WELSH football head Jonathan Ford will face a disciplinary commission for saying the country’s next national team coach should “definitely” not be English.
The Football Association of Wales (FAW) is searching for a successor to Chris Coleman, who left last month to...
Thursday 14th Dec 2017
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After Liverpool denied BBC Radio the right to broadcast a Champions League game last week, KADEEM SIMMONDS fears that they may have started a worrying trend
Wednesday 13th Dec 2017
ITALY declared a state of emergency yesterday after an explosion ripped through a gas plant in Austria, cutting off southern Europe’s main gas supply.
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Felicity Collier reports
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Working people can do the maths, minister – and we know privatisation was a rip-off
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LABOUR is urging Tory rebels today to back its demand for Parliament to have a meaningful vote on the final Brexit deal. The party hopes to persuade dissident Conservatives to vote for its amendment to the European Union Withdrawal Bill that would guarantee Parliament a say on...
THE Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) formally gave its blessing yesterday for the country’s athletes to compete under a neutral flag at the upcoming Pyeongchang Games.
Venezuelans went to the polls again at the weekend, but much media coverage here in Britain was again misrepresentative, writes FRANCISCO DOMINGUEZ
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A MAN died at a metal smelting factory in Birmingham yesterday following reports of an explosion.