Angela Rayner Praises 17 Years of Tory Government

21 Nov

Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner took the bold decision this morning to praise seventeen years of Tory government – an odd move for the middle of an election. She claimed that in 1996 – after four consecutive Tory election victories – she had “an NHS that was there for me.” Straight from the mouth of […]

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Three hard questions (and an easy one) for Labour about their Brexit policy

20 Nov

In the current general election campaign, Brexit is a key issue. Labour’s Brexit policy appears to be as follows: Negotiate a new ‘sensible’ deal with the EU within three months of being elected; Hold a ‘final say’ (i.e. second) referendum within six months of being elected, with ‘Remain’ and the new deal on the ballot […]

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Chelsea to learn transfer ban appeal verdict by mid-December as Court of Arbitration for Sport hearing comes to close

20 Nov

Chelsea are expected to learn the verdict of their appeal against a two-window transfer ban by mid-December. The Premier League club’s lawyers presented their case at the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Wednesday – the hearing understood to have finished at 2:30pm UK time. The CAS panel is expected to announce its findings […]

Granit Xhaka future: Arsenal midfielder to leave on loan in January with AC Milan and Inter Milan fighting for his signature – reports

20 Nov

Granit Xhaka will reportedly leave Arsenal on loan in January. The midfielder has not featured since telling Arsenal fans to ‘f*** off’ in an angry outburst while being substituted against Crystal Palace last month. Xhaka was stripped of the captaincy for his outburst at the booing Arsenal supporters by manager Unai Emery. And he could […]