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Tuesday, January 30, 2018
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Warned . . . Mrs May
Senior
Tories
in blast
at May
EXCLUSIVE
by TOM NEWTON DUNN
THREE senior Tory MPs
today tell Theresa May
her inaction will let Jeremy Corbyn into No 10.
Former ministers Nick
Boles, Sir Nicholas Soames and Rob Halfon
unleash the broadside in
an article for The Sun.
They call on the PM
and her Cabinet ?to think
about Britain after Brexit
too?, amid fears ministers
have become swamped
by the EU negotiations.
And the trio insist
wobbling Mrs May must
refocus her Government?s
efforts on those voters
Continued on Page Six
EGYPT
BRIT TO
STAY
IN JAIL
FAMILY DESPAIR:
PAGE 9
TV Brook
backs darts
girls in row
over ?sexism?
Women?s
jobs ?under
threat? from
snowflakes
Banned . . darts girls
Charlotte Wood &
Daniella Allfree, left
KELLY?S
HEROES
By ROB PATTINSON
TV?S Kelly Brook has
blasted darts bosses for
caving in to snowflakes
and axing walk-on girls ?
saying they are denying
women a lucrative job.
Kelly, speaking as a
petition to reverse the
ban hit 30,000, rubbished
claims that the traditional
darts girls are sexist.
Full Story ? Pages 4 and 5
Kelly . . as F1 girl
2 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
2GM
BOMBSHELL BY MINISTER
FOR
FOX
SAKE
Lords in
battle on
Euro Bill
By HARRY COLE
OPPOSITION peers are
hoping for victory on a
dozen amendments to
Theresa May?s controversial EU Withdrawal
Bill that arrives in the
House of Lords today.
They are gearing up
for a marathon two days
of debate, with a record
195 peers demanding a
chance to speak ? a
quarter of all members.
After a testy ride
through the Commons,
the mammoth Bill that
aims to bring all EU law
on to British books
ahead of Brexit day
faces an equally rocky
spell in the Lords.
Furious
peers
are
determined to further
water down powers that
will allow ministers to
change EU laws with the
flick of a pen.
The amended Bill will
be sent back to the
Commons after Easter.
True colours . . .
Fox and Barnier.
Oh, and we added
facepaint for fun
WELSH Secretary Alun
Cairns has become the
fifth Cabinet minister to
back The Sun?s campaign for Brexit stamps.
He said: ?This ingenious idea gets my
stamp of approval.
?What better way to
mark our exit from the
EU ? undoubtedly a
historic moment for our
country that should be
suitably recognised.?
He joins Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Environment boss Michael
Gove, Trade chief Liam
Fox
and
Commons
Leader Andrea Leadsom.
GOVERNMENT
trade
chief Liam Fox will
today tell hardline Tory
Eurosceptics they must
?live with disappointment? ? and accept a
softer Brexit.
He urged them to
stop
attacks
on
Chancellor
Philip
Hammond and said
there should only be
?modest changes? to
our EU relationship.
But he dismissed
their fears of a
MP?S SEX CODE
MPS guilty of sexual harassment or bullying may lose
their seats under a ?behaviour
code? due out this week.
A
group
chaired
by
Commons Leader Andrea
Leadsom, right, will unveil
powers of suspension to
protect staff both in parliament and constituencies.
Investigators will carry
out probes, with an inde-
By LYNN DAVIDSON
pendent grievance procedure
and phone line for complaints.
By law, a ?recall? petition
can be made if an MP is
jailed, or suspended for
over 21 days. That could
result in loss of their seat.
Allegations against several Tory and Labour
MPs are being probed.
EXCLUSIVE by MATT DATHAN
?Brino? ? Brexit in Name
Only ? declaring we will be
out of the single market and
the customs union after the
transition period.
In an interview with The
Sun, Mr Fox called for his
warring colleagues to unite
behind the PM instead
of triggering a leadership contest.
He
said
briefing
against the Chancellor
?doesn?t help us as we
don?t have a working
majority?. He added: ?I
know
there
are
Silenced . . . Davis
Youthquake
is poll ?myth?
THE PM?s election disaster
wasn?t caused by a ?youthquake? of youngsters voting, a report claims.
The
British
Election
Study says their turnout
last June was similar to
2015 ? 40 to 50 per cent
? when more voted Labour.
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NEWCASTLE
LEEDS
LIVERPOOL
MANCHESTER
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NORWICH
BIRMINGHAM
DUBLIN
PLYMOUTH
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By MATT DATHAN
always disappointed individuals but they?re going to have
to live with disappointment.?
Mr Fox also said what fellow pro-Brexit Cabinet minister David Davis was blocked
by No10 from saying last
week ? delivering ?home
truths? to Tory hardliners and
telling them to ?suck it up?.
It came as a fresh row
broke out with Brussels after
the PM last night rejected a
key EU demand to dictate
any new law it likes on Britain in the transition period.
EU Brexit chief Michel Barnier said the transition must
end after 21 months on New
Year?s Eve 2020 ? shorter than
the ?around two years? the
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BRISTOL
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LONDON
SOUTHAMPTON
TODAY: Largely dry for England
and Wales, with spells of sun, but
light rain will move into the South
and South West. Rain in north-west
Scotland, some heavy, will spread
to other northern regions later.
TONIGHT: Largely cloudy with spots
of rain in southern and central
England and Wales. Elsewhere,
heavier rain then showers ? some
wintry, especially on higher ground.
OUTLOOK: Wednesday will be
bright at times but with showers,
some heavy and turning to hail or
snow. On Thursday, it will be
brighter and the showers will ease,
mostly only occurring in the far
North and West.
WED 6?
PM asked for. Tory Brexiteer
Jacob Rees-Mogg responded
by calling for the PM to ?get
tougher? with Brussels.
Mr Davis last night risked
another row with Brussels by
revealing the UK may not hit
the October deadline to agree
the ?substance? of a postBrexit trade agreement.
Meanwhile, a Government
assessment leaked to website
BuzzFeed claims Britain will
be worse off in almost every
sector after Brexit.
But it also said a trade deal
with the US was a definite
and would boost the economy,
as would deals with China,
India and Australia.
The Sun Says ? Page Ten
MRS SMIRKEL
ANGELA Merkel has mocked
Theresa May for not making
up her mind on a Brexit deal.
The German Chancellor said
she and the PM became
stuck on a ?loop? during
a chat, with both sides
refusing to back down.
ITV?s
Political
Editor
Robert Peston claims Mrs
Merkel had asked Mrs
May what she wanted
SUJIKO
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ABERDEEN
BELFAST
Top spy:
Cyber will
kill in UK
lBrexiteers ?must live with disappointment?
lEU brags it will dictate to UK in transition
Stamps
OK No 5
GLASGOW
Fears . . . Hannigan
To play Sujiko, enter the numbers
1 to 9 in the spaces so that the total
in each circle is equal to the sum of
the four surrounding squares.
By NATASHA CLARK
from a deal, and the PM said:
?Make me an offer?.
Mrs Merkel, left, said:
?But you?re leaving ? we
don?t have to make you
an offer.? The PM is said
to have kept repeating
?make me an offer? and
the pair became locked
in a stalemate.
PUZZLES: PAGE 43
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Passport
price rise
THE cost of a child?s
passport by post is to go
up from � to �.50, the
Home Office has said.
Adult passports by post
will go up from �.50 to
�. All passports bought
online will rise by �?
meaning children?s will
be � and adults? �.50.
March?s proposed rises
mean applying by post
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cost
more
than
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THU 7?
A FORMER spy chief
says it is only a matter of
time
before
a
cyber
attack kills someone in
the UK.
Robert Hannigan ? who
quit as GCHQ boss last
year ? backed Defence
Secretary Gavin Williamson, who claimed Russia
could kill ?thousands and
thousands? by targeting
our energy supplies.
Mr Hannigan told Parliament?s National Security Strategy Committee:
?The danger of miscalculation in cyber is much
greater than other areas.
?Some
countries
are
behaving quite recklessly
with those weapons. It is
almost inevitable that at
some stage somebody will
die as a result of cyber.?
Meanwhile former MI6
boss Sir John Sawers
blasted
Theresa
May?s
lack of statesmanship.
He told the committee
that funding for the diplomatic service had been
?driven too far down?.
email: exclusive@the-sun.co.uk
or our Manchester office on:
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Today?s
birthdays
SINGER PHIL COLLINS,
67, left, footballer PETER
CROUCH, 37, right,
actress VANESSA
REDGRAVE, 81, actors
CHRISTIAN BALE, 44,
and GENE HACKMAN,
88, chess legend BORIS
SPASSKY, 81, US golfer
CURTIS STRANGE, 63,
and Spain?s KING FELIPE
VI, 50.
1GM
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
IT?S THE GLAMMYS
3
GLITTERING
Rihanna performing and, left, Rita
SINGER Rita Ora is red and
bereted in siren red lipstick
and a Kangol hat at a
Grammys after-party.
The 27-year-old led the
Glammy charge, with superstars
Beyonce,
36,
and
Rihanna, 29, also pulling out
all the stops in glamorous outfits.
Brit
Ed
Sheeran, 26,
won
two
gongs
at
Sunday?s
awards
in New
York.
bi
XYXYXYXYXY
XX
SUPERSTAR
arre
GRAMMYS
SPECIAL
Beyonce in a show-stopper dress before awards
PAGES 20 & 21
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY...
ONL
LY
Hit . .Tristan in show
TV Corrie
saved me
CORRIE has saved the
life of a fan in Canada
thanks the soap?s testicular cancer drama.
Scott Wray, 27, of
Ontario, checked and
found a lump after seeing Robert Preston?s TV
battle. He had an op on
Saturday to remove it.
Wife Emily, originally
from
Durham,
said:
?We?re forever grateful.?
Actor Tristan Gemmill said: ?It?s terrific.?
PIE LOVE YOU
By TRACEY BOLES
STARTER
DESSERT
MAIN
PETITS FOURS & COFFEE
Canapes including
A brochette of miniature
seasoned pork & puff
doughnuts paired
pastry slider and steak & with a rich butterscotch
blue cheese en croute ?avoured dipping sauce
Greggs puff pastry
parcel with oven roasted
spiced potato slices
Belgian dark chocolate
brownie, raspberry and
almond bite and
caramel shortbread
TO DRINK
Italian prosecco, soft drinks,
still or sparkling mineral water
LOVERS can enjoy a fourcourse romantic dinner
for two on Valentine?s Day
? in Greggs.
The high street chain is
turning selected bakeries into
candlelit restaurants for ?one
night only?.
Traditional Greggs? favourites,
including cheese and onion puff
pastry parcels, will be brought to
the tables by staff.
The set menu costs � per couple with drinks, including Prosecco and coffee, thrown in.
Five shops in Manchester, Glas-
Greggs start romantic
Valentine?s Day meals
gow,
London,
Newcastle
and
Cardiff are taking part, with
bookings available through OpenTable from February 7.
A spokesperson for the high
street giant, said: ?For the first
time in our history, we wanted to
offer the public the opportunity to
enjoy their Valentine?s Day evening in the comfort of their local
Greggs.?
They added: ?Whether they are
on a first date or have been married for 30 years, we guarantee it
will be a night to remember.?
tracey.boles@the-sun.co.uk
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
BATTLE FOR GIRLS? JOBS
Display . . . how waiting room might look
Gay pride
flags plea
to doctors
FLAKE NEWS 2
By SHAUN WOOLLER
Can you
hit double
strop on
Snowflake
Darts?
SEE PAGES 30 & 31
MEET J N SN WFLAKE
DARTS GIRLS: It?s sickening
to see grown women being
allowed to choose modelling
as a way of life.
But far worse is the sight
of families enjoying competitive sports while eating nonvegetarian burgers. Surely
they?d all be happier watching French films at an arthouse cinema in Islington?
LGBT FLAGS: Can?t help
being disturbed by the LGBT
MEET our outraged resident
Leftie, JON SNOWFLAKE,
right. He?s furious that
fascist patriarchal society
ignores his delicate sensibilities. Can?t people see
it?s all about him? Here?s
his take on today?s news.
rainbow flag. It has pink, red
orange, yellow, green, turquoise, indigo and violet. But
SHOP A SNOWFLAKE
where?s the black? Racists!
CHURCHILL CAF� A cafe to
celebrate Churchill? That
war-monger!
Imperialist!
Cigar-smoker! How many did
he murder through passive
smoking? ?But he saved us
from the Nazis,? I hear the
brainwashed masses bleat.
Think about it. Churchill
was a Tory. Which means
he was actually a Nazi
himself in disguise.
See someone offended by something
inoffensive, let us know on 020 7782 4100
or at snowflake@the-sun.co.uk
DOCTORS have been told to hang
rainbow flags in their waiting rooms
to make them more welcoming to
gay and transgender patients.
In addition to displaying the symbol, NHS policy advisers also want
medics to be given lessons on how
to speak to sexual minorities so
they do not cause offence.
But Conservative MP Andrew
Bridgen blasted: ?You would have
thought doctors would have higher
priorities than pandering to the PC
brigade ? particularly when the
NHS is under so much pressure.?
Tory colleague Philip Davies said:
?If they spent as much time on
treating patients and less time flexing their politically correct muscles,
they might get somewhere.?
Fellow Tory MP Alec Shelbrooke
added: ?Patients can complain if
they feel discriminated against.
Hanging a flag is pointless.?
The guidance on the lesbian, gay,
bisexual and transgender community
is in a monthly journal sent to more
than 50,000 docs and researchers.
Prof Kamila Hawthorne, of the
Royal College of GPs, said: ?We
want all patients to feel welcome.
?If surgeries find that displaying a
rainbow symbol in their practice
encourages LGBT patients to seek
medical attention when they need it,
then that?s a good thing.?
FLAKE NEWS 3
JEREMY Corbyn is a customer at
the Winston Churchill-themed caf�
targeted by left-wing protesters
The Labour leader is idolised
by many of the student activists
who burst into the Blighty cafe on
Saturday claiming that Churchill
was ?a racist?.
But Corbyn has used the cafe
in Finsbury Park, North London,
which is in his constituency.
And he happily posed for pictures with owner Chris Evans.
Corbyn yesterday refused to condemn the protest. But Foreign Secretary
Boris
Johnson
tweeted:
?Disgraceful attack on our finest
wartime leader by hard-left mob.?
Customer . . . Jez with Chris
Targeted . . . the Blighty cafe
5
6 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
2GM
MP: TIME IS RUNNING
OUT TO SAVE THERESA
By TOM NEWTON DUNN
A TORY MP tipped to
and HARRY COLE
be leader has warned
Theresa May the ?win- danger of Jeremy Corbyn
No 10?.
dow is closing? to save taking
His broadside came as rebel
her Premiership.
MPs claimed they are just four
Former Army officer
Johnny
Mercer
also
said
Britain
was
increasingly
?in
Tension . . Mercer & PM
letters away from mounting a
formal challenge on the PM.
An informal tally by angry
Tories found 44 letters have
been submitted to 1922 Committee boss Sir Graham Brady for
a no confidence vote in her, fear angry hard Brexiteers,
The Sun has learned.
sacked ex-ministers and dieA total of 48 are needed
hard Remainers are comto call the likely fatal vote For more
bining to put the PM in
on this
on Mrs May?s leadership.
her greatest jeopardy yet.
story
Mr Mercer blasted her
But Culture Secretary
lack of ?vision? but
Matt
Hancock
said:
stopped short of calling
?Everyone
should
get
Listen
to
for her to quit at a Resbehind
her.?
Ex-Cabinet
Hartley-Brewer
olution Foundation event. Julia
minister
Justine
Greenfrom 10am on talkRADIO
on DAB or via the app
But the Plymouth Moor
ing also called on her
View MP urged the PM to
colleagues to stop ?sounding
do more, saying: ?You have
off? about Mrs May.
to deliver.? Government whips
t.newtondunn@the-sun.co.uk
GOWN
JULES
TROTS
ALERT
Continued from Page One
Margaret Thatcher once
called ?our people?.
They define them as
?the hard-working, patriotic Sun readers? who
gave the former Tory PM
three election victories.
It comes as the PM
faces a barrage of criticism for losing her way
and becoming too timid.
The three MPs write:
?We can?t afford to let
Corbyn and his Trots
sneak
into
Downing
Street. It?s up to Conservatives to stop him.
?By showing how we
will offer ?our people?,
working people and their
families, the readers of
The Sun, a better life and
a brighter future.?
Mr Boles, Sir Nicholas
and Mr Halfon urge Mrs
May to focus on three key
areas ? building more
houses, technical education reforms and the NHS.
It also emerged around
12 out of 50 party donors
at a dinner called for Mrs
May to quit last week.
Sources told The Times of
?utter despair? among
middle-ranking donors.
ACTION PLAN
TO SAVE PM
See Page 10
Run app
troop fear
A RUNNING routes app
map
has
accidentally
revealed top secret military bases ? exposing
British troops.
GPS
tracking
firm
Strava mapped the movements of 27 million users
of its fitness service.
RAF Mount Pleasant,
on the Falkland Islands,
was lit up by the ?heat
map? and it is feared it
may help terrorists target
its 1,000 British troops.
Outlines of sensitive US
bases in the Middle East
also show up.
The
Ministry
of
Defence said it could not
comment on specific security arrangements.
Net crime
tops 60k
Rag trade . . .
Julia undresses
TELLY host Julia Bradbury casts
off her dress, to urge us to
donate cast-offs to charity.
Julia, Dame Helen Mirren
and other stars are taking
old outfits to TK Maxx
stores, to be re-sold to
raise funds at Cancer
Research UK shops.
Stripped off . . Helen
AROUND 170 internetfuelled crimes are registered by police daily, official figures show.
Forces in England and
Wales logged at least
some online element in
62,694 offences in the
year to September.
Harassment and stalking made up the largest
chunk, at 38,084.
There were also 9,102
obscene
publications
offences, 6,733 child sexual crimes and 2,078
instances of blackmail.
Fraud and computer
misuse are not included
in the ?experimental? statistics,
as
those
are
recorded centrally.
TOY STORY
Lego swept off a ship
17 years ago has washed
up in pristine condition
at St Bees, Cumbria, say
marine campaigners.
1GM
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
�M HAULOF?NIGHTWATCHER?
HAUL OF ?NIGHT WATCHER?
Battered . . .
robber broke
Susan?s jaw
7
WHERE HE?S STRUCK
Maidenhead Berks
Virginia Water
Surrey
M25
3
7
LONDON
M25 1 2
Kingswood
Surrey
Maidstone
Kent
5
6
Sevenoaks
Kent
4
Chichester
West Sussex
By ANDY CRICK and
MIKE SULLIVAN
FAMILY HEIRLOOMS
A BRUTAL armed robber
who has netted around
�illion in a string of
meticulously-planned raids
on expensive homes is
believed to be a soldier.
Robber?s haul includes many treasured keepsakes
Police say he stakes out the
homes for days and sometimes
breaks in before the robbery
to check out the layout and
discover where safes are.
HIGH-VALUE GOODS
Thug targets luxury watches and items of jewellery
BLACK OPS
BURGLAR
Armed raider ?is soldier?
SAFE AS A BANKSY
A PROTECTIVE layer will be put
over a new Banksy artwork
which was vandalised soon after
it appeared on a bridge in Hull.
The picture of a young boy
along with the slogan ?Draw The
Raised Bridge? was stencilled on
the disused Scott Street Bridge
over the River Hull last week.
But it was daubed with white
paint over the weekend ? later
cleaned off by local window
cleaner Jason Fanthorpe.
Hull City Council yesterday
said it will protect the work after
Banksy confirmed it was his.
Deyn fails to
thrill-er fans
PAGE 35
When
the
sawn-off
shotgunarmed raider finally strikes he uses
appalling violence. But his brutality
is controlled ? designed to persuade
his victims to comply immediately
with his demands.
The planning, ruthless efficiency
and the fact he uses cable ties on
his victims all point to a military
background, detectives believe.
The
well-spoken
raider
has
targeted
seven
homes
since
November 2014. He struck in Kingswood and Virginia Water, Surrey;
Maidenhead, Berks; Sevenoaks and
Maidstone, Kent; and at Lord March?s
Goodwood estate in West Sussex.
Lord March, 63, was smashed
over the head with a blunt weapon
after the robber climbed in an
upstairs window. He and Lady
March, 56, were tied up.
The raider, nicknamed the Night
Watcher for the way he stakes out
his prey, broke into Susan Morris?s
home while her husband was out.
He broke her jaw and dragged
her through the house by her hair.
Her husband returned to find
61-year-old Susan tied up in the
bedroom of their Kingswood home.
She said: ?I was really frightened.
?He grabbed hold of me and I
took him to the jewellery. He said
?Get on the floor.? I actually thought
he was going to rape me.
?I gave him some more jewellery
and he then wanted more. This is
when he started to hit me.
?He hit me very hard on my face.
I think he?s been trained how hard
to hit someone to not knock
them unconscious but to
frighten them.?
Millionaire Robert Stiff and
family were also raided in
Kingswood.
The
attacker
kicked his pregnant daughter
in the stomach before fleeing
with jewellery.
Detective Inspector Dee
Fielding said the robber,
who was caught on CCTV,
took items worth more than
�illion from each raid ?
often family heirlooms.
She said: ?We do not
believe this to be the work
of
an
opportunist
but
someone who has specialist
knowledge and skills ?
possibly ex-Forces or from
a similar background.?
andy.crick@the-sun.co.uk
Ruthless . . robber on CCTV
VW MONKEY VOW
CAR firm Volkswagen?s boss has
said diesel exhaust tests involving monkeys were ?incomprehensible? and vowed to investigate.
Chairman Hans Dieter P鰐sch?s
comments came after the New
York Times claimed a research
group funded by car makers
exposed monkeys to diesel fumes
from Volkswagens and Fords.
A German newspaper claimed
the now-closed group had also
experimented on humans.
The tests were carried out in
2014 before VW was caught using
emissions-cheating software.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
HOLHELLBRIT?SNEWAGONY
HOL HELL BRIT?S NEW AGONY
GONY
Claim . . . McGowan
Weinstein
?attack? in
book by
star Rose
By JAMES BEAL
SLAP IN
ACTRESS Rose McGowan
has revealed details of
the alleged sex abuse she
suffered at the hands of
Harvey Weinstein.
The Scream star, 44,
claims the movie producer ripped her clothes
off during a meeting in
his hotel suite at the 1997
Sundance Film Festival.
McGowan said he then
made her sit on the edge
of a Jacuzzi and performed sex acts. Writing
in new memoir Brave,
she said: ?I freeze, like a
statue. He moans loudly.?
Weinstein,
65,
who
denies sexually assaulting
McGowan, later settled
with her for �,000.
When her Phantoms
co-star
Ben
Affleck
learned of the incident,
he allegedly said: ?Goddamn it. I told him to
stop doing that.? Up to
100 women have accused
Weinstein of sex abuse.
UVF killer
?will walk?
KILLER Gary Haggarty
will walk free as part of
a supergrass deal, claims
the son of one his Ulster
Volunteer Force victims.
Haggarty, 46, was given
a minimum six-and-ahalf-year
sentence
in
Belfast after admitting
more than 200 offences
including five murders.
But he has already
served more than three
years in jail on remand.
Kieran
Fox,
whose
father Eamon was shot in
1994, claimed Haggarty
was a UVF ?serial killer?
allowed by police to murder at will. He added:
?How can a man convicted
of
that
many
crimes be set free??
AIR AND SEA B&B
A Bahamas trip on the
BBC?s Blue Planet II ship
Alucia including a submersible dive is a competition prize on Airbnb.
JAILED Brit Laura Plummer?s family said they
have
been
?doublecrossed? after Egypt?s
ruler yesterday cruelly
withdrew her pardon.
Laura, 33, caged for carrying banned painkillers, was
told she would be freed
after her name appeared on
a presidential pardon list.
But the British Embassy in
Cairo yesterday informed her
mum Roberta, 63, there had
been a ?mistake?.
Laura, who compared herself
to Bridget Jones at the weekend, faces a further six months
before an appeal can be heard.
She has not yet been told the
news. Last night Roberta told
The Sun: ?How can they do this
to her? It?s so cruel. We?ve been
double-crossed.?
The Sun accompanied Roberta and Laura?s sister, Jayne
Synclair, 40, into the notorious
Al Qanater prison in Cairo for
a 90-minute visit on Sunday.
Laura handed us an open letter which read: ?I can?t thank
The Sun enough for all it?s done.
I just want this to be over. I
haven?t done anything wrong.?
She told how she watched
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason just before her fateful flight
to Egypt ? with chilling echoes
of what was in store for her.
Prescott
son blow
JOHN Prescott?s son has
failed in a bid to be an
MP two months after
being
suspended
over
sexual harassment claims.
David Prescott was not
shortlisted as Labour?s
candidate for Mansfield,
sources claimed.
He works in leader
Jeremy
Corbyn?s
office
and had the full backing
of union Unite.
But the GMB union
switched support to one
of the other candidates
because of the harassment claims against the
former deputy PM?s son.
He was cleared of these
after just two weeks and
returned to work at the
end of November.
Fellow lag . . Bridget in prison
EXCLUSIVE by PAUL SIMS in Cairo
?Hours later I was in
the same situation?
THE FEZ
No release from Egypt jail
DOUBLE-CROSSED
Laura?s mum Roberta and sister Jayne
REAK LETTERar
HEARTB
Right, with husband Om
Laura?s note.
Bridget, played by Renee Zellweger, is sent to a Thai prison
in the 2004 film after a stash of
cocaine is found in her luggage.
Laura, of Hull, said: ?I didn?t
like the bit when Bridget gets
arrested because it was so
unbelievable. But hours later I
was in exactly the same situation. I couldn?t believe it.
?I kept thinking about the
film and was telling myself,
?Remember Bridget Jones?.
?I remembered how she got
on so well with the other
inmates that she taught them to
sing Madonna?s Like a Virgin.
But it was nothing like that for
me. It?s my worst nightmare.?
She said she was taken to
church and told to repent her
sins. But she fumed: ?I refused
because I haven?t done anything
wrong. I?m innocent.
?Instead of asking God for
forgiveness he should be asking
me for forgiveness.?
Her lawyer Mohamed Osman
said he was told Laura?s name
was on the presidential pardon
list. He went on: ?I told them to
double check. They said again,
?Laura?s name is on the list?.?
He said an appeal may
take six months to be
heard.
Laura
was
jailed for three years
after
bringing
290
tramadol pills into
Egypt in October.
She
told
cops
they were for her
Egyptian
husband,
Omar Saad, 33, who
has a bad back after
a car crash.
The Foreign Office
said: ?Our embassy
remains in regular
contact with the
Egyptian authorities.?
paul.sims@
the-sun.
co.uk
9
10 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Sun
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TORY MPs IN WARNING TO MAY
THE
SAYS
The Brexit prize
THE Sun will not join in the eurosceptics?
rage over the Brexit transition.
It is a short, limited period, buying our
firms more time to prepare. To avoid
greater economic fallout from leaving
next March, it seems logical if not ideal.
But Theresa May MUST resist at all
costs any new EU laws being imposed
over which we have no say. They could
wreck our competitiveness post-Brexit.
We worry too about her apparently
preparing to tie us into EU trading rules
long after the transition. The Cabinet
may believe that?s all they can get past a
Commons vote. But it will be far from
the independence 17.4million voted for.
We would be out of the single market
and customs union, but still attached to
Brussels ? hampering our deals with
other great global trading powers.
Plus, this century is likely to be
dominated by new industries barely yet
invented. We need total freedom to regulate and develop those independently.
This is the major prize from Brexit. We
cannot let it slip through our fingers.
Trump chumps
WHAT ?message? will it send if one million
mass to protest Donald Trump?s UK visit?
None. He really couldn?t care less.
Even if six million Brits choke London?s
streets, 60 million won?t. It will be a giant,
futile waste of time and police resources.
Just a day out for self-promoting bores
still endlessly horrified by every Trump
tweet, long after everyone else learned
to roll their eyes or ignore them.
The same people who smugly dismiss all
his voters as ?thick racists?, never
considering the REAL reasons he replaced
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton did not.
MoD waste
THE ability of MoD civil servants to strike
a bad deal for taxpayers is legendary.
Even so, the vast loss from flogging
troops? homes takes some beating.
In 1996 they decided house prices
would barely rise and sold 55,000 for
�6billion, to rent back. Prices rocketed.
As the Government ponders cutting
more troops to balance the books,
remember that it could be �illion better
off but for that single miscalculation.
And still politicians trust civil service
?wisdom? on Brexit.
Snow joke
WE are fed up with millennial miseries
who police everyone?s behaviour for the
slightest inkling of political incorrectness.
Who judge anyone who has ever lived
by the ?diverse?, ?inclusive? obsessions of
2018. Who denounce Winston Churchill
as ?racist? and need ?safe spaces? lest
Shakespeare makes them cry.
Today, on Pages 4 and 5, we launch a
fightback against these puerile puritans.
Help The Sun melt the snowflakes.
3 AREAS PM MUST SORT
TO GET UK ON TRACK...
THERESA MAY?S Government is
under attack ? from political
rivals AND members of her
own party.
Many argue the PM has lost
their respect and is struggling
to articulate a strategy for
Brexit and the country as a
whole.
They point to a lack of
vision in key areas, notably
the NHS, housing and higher
education, that is leaving
ordinary, hard-working
families in the lurch.
Here, three prominent
Conservatives put forward a
powerful action plan they
believe will get the party
back on track.
By
NICK BOLES, SIR NICHOLAS
SOAMES & ROBERT HALFON
MARGARET
THATCHER
used to talk of ?our
people?, the hard-working,
patriotic Sun readers who
gave her three election
victories.
As Conservative MPs today,
when we think of ?our people? we think of their modern
equivalents: A young family
living in Harlow, Grantham or
Haywards Heath, the three
towns we represent.
Both parents are working,
one full-time, one part-time.
They juggle childcare and
keeping an eye out for their
elderly parents.
They worry about the bills
and thank the good Lord (and
Robert Halfon) that fuel duty
has been frozen, even if nothing else has. They talk about
Grandad?s advancing dementia
and what their son and
daughter will do after GCSEs.
These are the people a
modern Conservative Party
must stand for and fight for.
Those who Theresa May said
were ?just about managing?
and pledged to help in her
first speech as Prime Minister.
Here are three big ideas to
make their lives better.
Tackle the snobbery
With the NHS going through
the worst winter in ages and
a shortage of beds in care
homes, the time has come for
all the political parties to
agree a long-term plan to
fund the NHS and social care.
The National Insurance we
all pay should become National Health Insurance, and
be paid into a separate pot
that can only be spent on the
NHS and social care.
It should be charged on the
income that rich people get
from investments. People who
continue to earn money after
state pension age should pay
it too.
We may have to pay a little
more as the population gets
older. But this way, whenever
we look at our payslip we
will see a line called National
Health Insurance and know
all of that money is going to
the NHS and social care.
We also need to tackle the
snobbery in our EDUCATION
system.
If
your
daughter
wants to become a doctor you
know she has to take the right
A levels and go to a good
university to study medicine.
But what if her brother
wants to learn a trade? Much
too little is done for people
such as him. All the attention
seems to go to the 50 per
cent who want to go to university. We must change that.
We have to give better career
H
H
H
advice in the run-up to
GCSEs, so kids know what
grades they will need to
follow their dreams.
We must develop better
courses for them at college:
T levels for technical courses
on a par with A levels.
We need more apprenticeships so youngsters can get
qualifications without taking
on big debts. We need to
introduce new technical diplomas,
two-year
courses
at
technical universities, developed and backed by bosses.
Youngsters should only have
to borrow �,000 to �,000 to
EALTH
OUSING
?The time
has come
for all the
parties
to agree a
long-term
plan to
fund NHS
and social
care?
?We need
a homes
revolution.
Borrow
�bn
to fund
500,000
genuinely
affordable
homes?
IGHER ED
?We must
tackle the
snobbery.
All the
attention
goes to
50% of
kids who
want to
go to uni?
do a technical diploma, compared to �,000 for a degree.
Mrs Thatcher gave millions
of Sun readers the right to
buy their council house. She
wanted everyone in Britain to
have a stake in the future and
a home of their own. But
house prices have outstripped
wages. The dream of buying
your own place is slipping out
of ordinary people?s reach.
We need a HOUSING revolution. We need to get tough on
big house builders who sit on
sites with planning permission
and build out slowly to keep
prices up. We need to limit
THREE-PRONGED
ATTACK . . . MPs,
from left, Halfon,
Boles and Soames
with The Sun
the amount paid for development land so councils can
afford to put in the roads,
schools and doctors? surgeries
people need.
And we need the Government
to
borrow
up
to
�billion to fund a five-year
programme of housebuilding.
That should bring us 50,000
to 100,000 genuinely affordable homes every year. Homes
to rent but with a right to
buy. Homes young people can
afford to start a family in.
Government ministers are
busy negotiating Brexit. But
they need to think about Britain after Brexit too. We can?t
let Corbyn and his Trots
sneak into No10. He would
drive the country into a ditch,
increasing taxes for millions
and bankrupting the country.
It?s up to Conservatives to
stop him. By showing how we
will offer ?our people?, working people and their families,
the readers of The Sun, a better life and a brighter future.
lSir Nicholas Soames is MP for
Mid Sussex. Robert Halfon is MP
for Harlow and chairman of the
Education Select Committee.
Nick Boles is MP for Grantham
and Stamford and author of
Square Deal, squaredeal.org.uk.
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11
HEIR BRUSH TO THRONE
Biter . . . McCormick
Gnasher
next door
nibbled
my nuts
By ROBIN PERRIE
A
DISPUTE
between
next-door
neighbours
ended with one biting the
other in the crotch.
John McCormick, 66,
and wife Deborah, 52, had
rowed for years with
James Wilson, 39, and his
partner Clare Crichton, 31.
The McCormicks had
called the police and
council several times as
their dispute escalated.
In August 2016, McCormick threw a hockey stick
at Clare, leading to a row
between the men, Newcastle crown court heard.
James was bitten on
the crotch and nose. He
needed surgery to his
nose but suffered no serious injury to his crotch.
McCormick, of Birtley,
Tyne and Wear, admitted
wounding and got 18
months? jail suspended.
His
wife
admitted
affray and got 100 hours?
unpaid work.
� cost
for intern
AN
unpaid
six-month
internship in fashion or
the media in London
costs graduates at least
�000, pricing out the
poorest, a study found.
It would cost �019 a
month
minimum
for
accommodation and bills,
and �7 in Manchester.
The
music
business,
arts and politics are also
sought-after sectors.
Education charity the
Sutton Trust wants roles
to be paid and advertised, saying word of
mouth ?locks out people
without connections?.
It found 20 per cent of
graduate interns and 40
per cent of young interns
overall were not paid.
?No time
for kids?
HALF of working parents
spend less than an hour
of quality time a day
with their children, a
survey claims.
They will only read
with them for a total of
32 minutes in an average
working week, and play
for 43 minutes.
Just 36 minutes are
spent sitting at the dining table together, while
meaningful conversations
are crammed into 32
minutes a week.
Thomas Cook polled
1,500 working parents of
children up to six.
Two-thirds blamed long
working hours, and 55
per cent said they get
side-tracked by chores.
TIM?S CITY SPACE
Astronaut Tim Peake,
45, will next month be
awarded the freedom of
his home city of Chichester, West Sussex.
Tools . . . Amanda
THE Duchess of Cambridge?s hairdresser has revealed the secrets of
how she keeps Kate?s curls in
perfect condition ? by posting a
picture of all her equipment.
Amanda
Cook
Tucker
is
travelling to Norway and Sweden
with Kate this week along with
By CHLOE MAYER
at least 13 hairbrushes, seven
combs, two hairdryers and three
curling tongs.
She put a picture of her kit on
image-sharing site Instagram.
The Duchess, who is six months
pregnant, may possess a personal
hairdresser and have at hand a
whole salon?s worth of products to
keep her hair in tip-top condition.
But she is staying down to earth
with items found on the High
Street, including a �60 can of
L?Oreal Elnett hairspray.
Tresses . . . Kate
POTTER? NARNIA? PASS!
DAFTERMIND
By ANDY HALLS, TV Editor
MASTERMIND is banning
specialist subjects that
are too easy ? or have
been picked too many
times in the past.
Bosses say Harry Potter,
Fawlty Towers, Roald Dahl
and the Narnia books are
so popular there are no
questions left to ask.
Hopefuls on the quiz hosted
by John Humphrys, 74, are
Host . . . John Humphrys
Quiz show puts ban on
easy specialist subjects
also
not
allowed
TV
comedies Blackadder or
Father Ted because they
have been requested so
many times.
The BBC2 show also
vetos subjects deemed
too
easy.
Producer
Mark Helsby says there now must
be at least ?two good quality
books? on a chosen subject.
Irish
TV
presenter
Vogue
Williams, 32, recently picked Kim
Kardashian
as
her
specialist
subject on Celebrity Mastermind.
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SICK NOTE
FOR THIS
YAWNING
AT one end of the rope,
dangling from the O2
ceiling? All 38 tons of
Piers Morgan.
At the other?
Albert Pierrepoint, in
an ideal world, but we
had to make do with host
Dermot O?Leary, whose
spinal column really
should?ve won the night?s
Impact award for keeping
that balding colossus
suspended.
Things, though, rarely
turn out as I?d like at The
National Television
Awards, where Doctor
Foster beat Game Of
Thrones in the drama
section, the third-best
series of Broadchurch
was considered better
than a brilliant Line Of
Duty and Thandie
Newton, Adrian Dunbar
and Martin Compston
were all missing from the
Best Actor section.
Bewilderingly,
someone also looked at
all the event?s many
structural faults and
decided that what it had
really been missing was a
section Ant & Dec might
Boss
lTHE VOICE, H Lisk):
(real name Harold cerbe
to
?My dream is
greattified the world?s How
est performer.? d?
tifie
cer
t
jus
ut
abo
actually be capable of
winning. So they now
also have Brucie?s
Entertainment Award to
go with their 17 Best
Presenter gongs.
Single most annoying
thing about the NTAs,
though? It?s not the
endless repetition, stupid
decisions, skewed voting
rules, ITV productplacement, ever-changing
categories or even the
failure to execute the
opening Piers Morgan
joke properly.
It?s Phillip and Holly?s
ritualised hangover,
which builds from the
moment they win the
previous award. It?s then
mentioned each time
they beg for votes and
referenced by pretty much
everyone on the night.
Then finally, once
they?ve won the bloody
thing again and surfaced,
to great fanfare, next
morning ? ?Oh God, my
head?, etc ? it goes into
overdrive, with Schofield
uttering the immortal
words: ?I think I?m going
to barf.?
Way ahead of you, pal.
Pass the bin liner.
All together now:
Creators of this
show are muppets
TWO contestants in to
BBC1?s new singalong pox,
Spice Girl Geri Horner was
trying to explain the show?s
format to a fellow juror.
?Did you used to watch The
Muppet Show??
?No.?
?Well, it?s a bit like this.?
Yeah, except that everyone
loved The Muppet Show, it was a
massive hit and wasn?t given a
mercy killing after the first
series.
Other than that, however, the
Muppet analogy works pretty well
for All Together Now, a primetime enterprise which screamed
?FAILURE? as soon as I saw those
?mass breakout at the local secure
unit? trailers, where everyone was
yelling: ?I Got The Music In Me.?
You might also have guessed
from
these
promos
that
All
Together Now is another karaoke
show, with the in-built twist/flaw
that contestants are judged on their
song choice, rather than singing ability.
If that?s not back-to-front enough, it
quickly became apparent the real USP
here wasn?t the contestants at all, it was
a jury called The 100, who are: ?A mix of
great singers from across the UK.?
And Geri.
You know the type. Showboaters, boxtickers, camera-chasers, drag queens, a
bloke who looks disconcertingly like Rolf
Harris, people you half recognise from
other shows, like This Morning?s ?Singing
Dentist?, whose description fits him quite
well, and ?Mr Fabulous?, whose description
really doesn?t.
The stated aim of the show is ?to get
The 100 on their feet dancing?, which is a
bit tough on the bloke in the wheelchair
but that?s just the contrary nature of
political correctness. The show really
stands or falls on whether you actually
like The 100 or not.
And I must declare, at this point, I
don?t. I really, really don?t.
In fact, merely wanting to be one of
The 100 should be enough evidence to
have someone barred from television for
life, I reckon.
The
remarkable
thing
about
All
Together Now, though, is that they?ve
l
QUIZ show donuts of the week. Tipping Point,
Ben Shephard: ?What is the common, twoword term that?s used to describe the temperature
at which liquid turns to vapour??
Laura: ?Gas.?
The Chase: Celebrity Special, Bradley Walsh:
?A town with limited resources is said to have how
many horses??
Helen Lederer: ?None.?
The Chase, Bradley Walsh: ?What is the only
current Scottish city with a five-letter name??
Oliver: ?Fife.?
Ben Shephard: ?Greek/American actor John
Aniston is the father of which Friends actress??
Emma: ?Courteney Cox.?
llll
TV mysteries: Why is everyone always so
dementedly pleased to see Biggins? What exactly
does the BBC expect us all to find so adorable
about Miriam Margolyes?
Who the hell is the statuesque cartoon beauty in
the Tamara?s World credits meant to be? And
would The Mash Report?s Nish Kumar break down
sobbing if you forced him to watch a boxset of
John Oliver on Last Week Tonight? If not, why not?
GRITTED TEETH . . . Rob and Geri
actually got someone presenting it, Rob
Beckett, who dislikes them more than me
and certainly doesn?t sound like he?s
joking when he demands ?hand sanitiser?
after high-fiving an entire row.
Rob may struggle to hide his true
feelings for more than about five minutes
at a time, but the real lost soul here is
Geri, who spent half her life trying to
cross the talent moat and now finds
herself back at square one, with 99 other
shrieking try-hards, at the very bottom of
the showbiz ladder.
You run a mile
if they ever call
If she resented it during filming, Geri
must have hated it even more once she
saw the final edit, especially the segment
after the refreshment break when Rob
asked: ?Who blocked the toilet?? and the
cameras instantly switched to Geri, who
was being quizzed by a fellow juror.
?What did you have for dinner??
?Not much, hummus.? It conjures up
some lovely images, doesn?t it, yet I find
lookalikes
THIS week?s � winner is Jayne Torvill
and Aughra, from The Dark Crystal.
Sent in, via email, by Wayne Hayes,
who really has embraced the ?no
flattering entries? rule.
Picture research, Amy Reading.
it hard to have much sympathy
for Geri or anyone else involved
here.
A quick glance last year at
Pitch Battle or Let It Shine
should have been enough to tell
them
BBC1
can?t
do
light
entertainment and you run a
mile if they ever call.
Right in the middle of this
latest Beeb disaster, however, I
was stopped in my tracks.
An email arrived from a
reader and fellow All Together
Now viewer Gareth R, which
reminded
me
television,
no
matter how flawed, can still be
the most beautiful, unifying and
positive experience on Earth.
It read simply: ?Rob Beckett
has teeth like a row of urinals
and it makes me want to p***
in his mouth.?
Thanks Gareth. (Pats chest.)
You got me right there, man.
l l l l
TV Gold: Olivia Wayne interviewing Zigi
Shipper (Prisoner 84303) for the History
Channel?s Surviving Auschwitz.
The dark, deadpan brilliance of Steve
Pemberton on Inside No.9.
The net closing in on Sheffield?s Deputy
Mayor Magid Mah, who really shouldn?t
be p***ing about on Hunted.
And the final ten recruits performing
the backwards dive into water on SAS:
Who Dares Wins. A segment which really
must be one of the most brilliant,
beautiful and heart-stopping television
moments of the year. So please start
giving this show the awards it deserves.
l l l l
CELEBRITY Big Brother, day one, Emma
Willis: ?It?s a very positive series and it?s
not going to be aggressive.?
Celebrity Big Brother, day 23, man-child
Andrew Brady on being nominated for
lewd behaviour by Ann Widdecombe:
?Where I come from if you throw around
comments like that you wake up in a
f***ing ambulance. She?s a c*** . . . Sorry,
she?s a c*** who?s an old lady. She can
stick it up her a**e. She?s a stuck-up
bitch and I?m done pleasing the bitch.?
All going to plan then, Emma . . .
l
RANDOM TV irritations: Bradley Walsh,
Michael McIntyre, Game Of Thrones
and Line Of Duty all being overlooked by
the National TV Awards. Any show that thinks
it isn?t complete without a tedious, over-bearing
drag queen.
Last Leg egomaniac Adam Hills wondering out
loud how: ?A burning log got its own Netflix special
before me?? (The burning log?s much funnier).
BBC1 channelling all its hatred for Donald Trump
via the unpleasant medium of Miriam Margolyes?
Big American Adventure.
And the host of said turkey shoot reducing one
sweetly hospitable Christian woman to tears by
describing her faith as ?completely bananas?.
Expect Miriam and the BBC to give
fundamentalist Islam similar treatment about the
same time Abu Hamza tops the Billboard 100 with
a You Need Hands cover.
llll
FILTH Corner. World Indoor Bowls, David Corkill:
?David Gourlay?s pushed it too much, if you look at
where our rings are red.?
Will take your word for it, ta.
IT?S DON
MAN AND
HIS DOG
PIERS? little tit-�-tit with
Donald Trump was an
unsettling, nauseating,
compelling piece of TV
which would have a team
of psychiatrists throwing
in the towel, let alone a
TV critic.
Two overgrown
schoolboys, above, who
describe each other as
?friends? ? well, Piers
does ? but actually have
a dog/lamp post
relationship which
serves both them and
ITV well.
The far more fragile
ego clearly belongs to
Piers, who cannot
disguise the fact he
fancies the pants off
Trump?s adviser, Hope
Hicks, let alone keep
a lid on his Arsenal
obsession or jealousy of
French President
Emmanuel Macron:
?Who?s been all over you
trying to be your new
friend.? (Imagine!)
No such uncertainties
exist for Trump, who
sincerely believes he?s
reversed the polar ice
cap melt, yet is almost
incapable of forming
proper or complete
sentences.
?I?m in Aberdeen, with a
tremendous . . .?
Football team? Ceilidh
band? Grouse-beating
dominatrix from
Inverbervie?
Don?t leave me hanging
on that one, Donald.
These are the issues
that matter, not tweeting
in bed or Piers? thunderclap revelation that the
President isn?t
a feminist.
Although, there was
one Trump confession
which genuinely had
me spitting coffee on
Sunday night.
?I eat . . . some of the
finest chefs in the world.?
On which bombshell,
has anyone seen Ainsley
Harriott recently?
llll
GREAT Sporting Insights.
Frank Lampard: ?At the
start of the season,
Palace lost seven wins
in a row.?
Paul Merson: ?The
signing of Sanchez
shoehorns United in
for a shoo-in for the
top four.?
Zlatan: ?I want to be the
same player I was before
and even better.?
Charlie Nicholas:
?Claude Puel might have
been a negative in a
positive way.?
(Compiled by
Graham Wray)
14 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
WOMEN FANCY A
MARRIED FELLA
WOMEN find a man more attractive once they learn he has a wife
or girlfriend, a study suggests.
They think he is more likely to be
kind and faithful and therefore, a
good dad, psychologists believe.
Having a partner gives blokes an
?attractiveness boost?, they say. But
this social influence is not limited to
choice of men ? women
are just as likely to up
their rating of artworks
which others like.
The findings come from
an experiment on ?matechoice copying?, seen in
female birds and fish.
It can offer an evolu-
Good catch . . . attached man
By SHAUN WOOLLER
tionary advantage by boosting their
chances of finding a good partner.
Researchers asked 49 female volunteers to rate men?s faces, men?s hands
and pieces of art. But when they were
shown others? ratings, they moved 13
per cent closer to the average facial
score and 14 per cent closer
to the average art rating.
Dr Kate Cross, from the
University of St Andrews,
said:
?Using
information
from others can be useful if
we?re looking for a safe
place to stay, or good foods
to eat. We?re more likely to
use information from others
when a decision is difficult.?
2GM
Uni lad?s
fatal dip
A DRUNK student drowned
after jumping in a river as
he celebrated finishing his
second year at university,
an inquest heard.
Ethan Philbrick, 21, had
been bowling with pals in
Exeter when he got out of
a taxi and jumped in the
River Exe last May.
Student Stanley Richards tried to rescue him.
He said: ?I could not
believe how quickly he
went
under.?
Verdict:
Accidental death.
A MASH HIT
Milton?s Pie and Mash
home deliveries including
jellied eels have proved a
hit in Chelmsford, Essex.
TURBULENT LOVE
EXCLUSIVE by
SIMON BOYLE
Associate Bizarre Editor
RELAXING at a luxury Los
Angeles hotel at the weekend, his glamorous young
lover on his arm, Nick
Knowles looked every bit
the TV heartthrob.
The popular DIY SOS TV star,
55, had been enjoying a break
from filming with his new partner Rebecca Kearns, a marketing
executive 30 years his junior.
Little did father-of-four Nick know
that, 6,000 miles away, his estranged
wife Jessica Moor was poised to
plunge him into chaos.
On Friday, Jessica, 28, accused Nick
of
subjecting
her
to
years
of
?emotional
cruelty,
abuse
and
eventually isolation?, claiming to have
damning images to prove it.
Nick has furiously denied the
allegations ? which yesterday mysteriously
disappeared
from
Jessica?s
social media feed.
Since his split from Jessica in
December 2016 the once wholesome
presenter has been linked with at
least five new romances.
Many of them quickly turned sour,
with ex-lovers labelling him ?cruel?
and accusing him of going through a
midlife crisis.
But by Nick?s own admission, he
has never been one for commitment.
Admitting he?s ?no choirboy?, he
said in 2008: ?My relationships have
pretty much followed a pattern. They
last six months and start off with me
explaining that I work a lot, so will
have commitment issues.
?The women involved agree that
that is fine, then after a month I get
a phone call saying, ?This isn?t on?.
After three months we split up, then
get back together. After five, there?s
another tussle. At six it?s all off.?
A decade later, little appears to
have changed.
But friends hope his new romance
could finally see him settle after he
was introduced to Rebecca through
mutual pals.
?She?s unleashed all
of this stuff online?
The pair enjoyed a night out at
trendy members? club Soho House in
Hollywood
this
weekend,
before
Rebecca jetted back to the UK alone
on Sunday.
A friend of the telly presenter
revealed: ?Nick and Rebecca have
been dating for about three months
and it?s getting serious.?
The pal said Rebecca had met
three-year-old Eddie ? Nick?s son
with Jessica ?because they all agreed
it was important to keep things
civilised for his sake?.
?But Nick needs a fresh start.
Jessica seemed to be OK with it all
but obviously something has changed
and now she?s unleashed all of this
stuff online. Nick is devastated by the
things she has accused him of.
?He doesn?t want Rebecca to have
to endure anything so has kept their
relationship low key, but all this has
blown everything out of the water.?
Nick has become a major crush for
thousands of fans of BBC1 series DIY
SOS and quiz show Who Dares Wins.
In more recent years he penned
2016 comedy film Golden Years, about
a group of pensioners who pull off a
bank robbery, and even tried his
hand at singing.
He once shamelessly admitted he
went into TV ?because I thought I?d
make loads of money and meet
attractive women?.
So his reputation as a lothario
comes as little surprise ? even if it is
unwelcome.
Nick claims he has been assumed
to be in a relationship with people
who are friends, saying: ?I just
happen to have a lot of intelligent,
go-getting female friends.
?And if I go out for dinner I?d
much rather have a table for two
than a table for one. Just because I?m
seen out with certain people doesn?t
mean I?m dating them.?
He has, however, been correctly
linked to many women.
Shortly after agreeing to take a
l Bitter
row with
estranged
wife over
cruelty
claims
l Former
lovers
blasting
his midlife
crisis
l New
affair with
a woman
30 years
his junior
l Failed
bid to
become
pop star
at 55
?break? from his marriage to Jessica,
the �9,000-a-year TV presenter was
snapped in an embrace with Emmerdale actress Gemma Oaten after a
night out at the annual TV Choice
awards in September 2016.
But the candid shots proved to be
the end of their fling, leaving the
33-year-old actress heartbroken after
she understood a serious romance
was on the cards.
Gemma later explained: ?One Sunday morning we were lying in bed
and all these texts came through
about us being photographed together.
?In
an
instant
he
completely
changed. It was all about him and
how it was going to affect his family.
It was really cruel as he said it didn?t
matter for me. I felt sick.
?I said, ?Do you want to throw
away what we have? We have done
2GM
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
LIFE OF TV?S HEARTTHROB PRESENTER
LADIES? MAN . . .
Nick with Gemma
in 2016, above,
Suzi in 2002, left,
and Pascal last
year, below
NICK
Why does DIY
Nick keep
screwing up?
nothing
wrong?.
But
he
just
dropped me like a ton of bricks.
?I thought it was a real relationship and he wasn?t afraid to let
others know.?
Nick briefly reconciled with Jessica but in December 2016 called
time on his struggling marriage.
?I look back and think,
did I get it right??
Then last summer he was seen
out on dates with Towie?s Pascal
Craymer, 30.
Pascal confirmed they were dating, adding: ?He?s so lovely. We?re
seeing how it goes. He gets portrayed badly but he?s a nice guy.?
But Nick denied the pair had
been a couple, and after they split
up Pascal accused him of having a
midlife crisis. Since then Nick has
been
seen
with
several
other
women ? including Lark Rise To
Candleford actress Olivia Hallinan, 33,
and fantasy author Julia Suzuki, 42.
He now faces the prospect of an
increasingly bitter divorce battle
with Jessica, who has demanded
�000-a-month in private school
fees on top of her current �000-amonth allowance.
He refuses to engage in a ?public
slanging match?, but those close to
him insist he will fork out for
Eddie?s education ? though will pay
the school directly.
Nick first wed in the 1990s and
had two children with his first wife
Gillian ? daughter Tuesday, 25, and
son Charlie, 24.
He went on to have son Tyrian-J,
21, during a two-year relationship
with beauty therapist Paula BeckettVass before begining a three-year
romance with sports presenter Suzi
Perry in 2000.
After moving away from the
family home in Manchester, he
later admitted his guilt at
missing large chunks of his
kids? childhoods
but explained:
?I missed a
lot of them
growing up.
Even now I
look
back
and
think,
?Did I get it
right??
I
don?t know.
?But
the
fact is that
even
when
I
was living there, I was away a lot.
And if I hadn?t worked so hard,
would I be in a position to keep
them secure now??
Away from his turbulent love
life Nick last year released his
debut album of cover songs,
Every Kind of People, to mixed
reviews.
He says: ?I?m the kind of
person who gets home from
work and picks up the guitar
and strums a lot.?
His
yearning
for
the
spotlight has not all been
plain sailing, with him
admitting
that
during
what he called one of his
?black dog? days he
once called his
POP FLOP
. . . Nick
BBC bosses and threatened to quit
showbiz altogether after the death
of a close friend.
He revealed: ?I just upped and
went. I phoned everyone I was
working with at the BBC and left
messages all over the shop saying,
?I?m resigning?.
?I?ve got a favourite little beach
in Cornwall. I headed there and sat
on the cliffs for 24 hours while I
sorted my head out.
?Eventually I took a call from my
brother, who has always been there
to pick me up when I?ve crumbled.
?He said, ?look at all you?ve
achieved?. By nature I?m not one for
looking back, none of that matters.
It?s where I?m going next that
terrifies me.?
lAdditional reporting: GIULIA
CROUCH
15
............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
MoD rap
on sell-off
A BUNGLED housing deal
by Ministry of Defence
bean counters has cost
taxpayers ?billions?, a
report reveals.
Under a 1996 contract
? based on mistaken
house price predictions ?
the MoD lost huge sums
by flogging 55,000 homes
on the cheap.
They then committed to
pay nearly �0million a
year to rent them back on
200-year leases.
Statistics by Whitehall?s
National Audit Office estimate the MoD has missed
out on up to �2billion
over the deal.
The Sun Says ? Page Ten
2GM
UP SHIP CREEK 2
Navy?s �n carrier hit by sprinkler flood
AIRCRAFT carrier HMS
Queen Elizabeth was hit
by another flood when a
sprinkler system misfired.
Huge water jets were triggered by accident in one of
the ship?s main hangars.
Water surprise . . . sprinklers
A wall of water gushed down as
bewildered sailors looked on,
video obtained by The Sun shows.
The system was shut down
EXCLUSIVE by
DAVID WILLETTS, Defence Editor
within minutes and the water was
drained without causing any damage, officials confirmed.
The mishap came after The Sun
revealed last month that the new
�1billion carrier was leaking 200
litres an hour from a defective
propeller seal.
The new clanger happened on
Sunday while the ship was in her
home port of Portsmouth for a
training exercise. A source said:
?The alarm for flood went around
but it was only mi0nor.
?No one knows why the sprinkler went off. It certainly is
effective ? that?s good to know.?
Insiders dismissed claims several areas were affected, insisting
it was dealt with in minutes.
A Royal Navy spokesman said:
?She remains on track with her
trials programme.?
david.willetts@the-sun.co.uk Leaky . . . Sun story
Held . . . Alcharbati
IS posts
suspect
arrested
after 9/11
By ROBIN PERRIE
A TERROR suspect who
allegedly used Facebook
to spread Islamic State
propaganda was arrested
in America after 9/11, a
court heard yesterday.
Abdulrahman
Alcharbati, 31, his brother and
dad had been due to
fly the day al-Qaeda
attacked New York?s Twin
Towers
in
2001
but
changed
their
travel
plans, a jury was told.
Alcharbati admitted the
arrest when held last
May over Facebook posts,
with 70 about IS in
just a month, Newcastle
crown court heard.
He
allegedly
urged
jihadists to attack westerners and ?whack them
with a rock, cut their
throat with a knife, crush
them with a car?. A
bombmaking manual was
on his phone, it was said.
Alcharbati,
a
Syrian
engineer living in Sunderland, denies the propaganda
and
terrorist
material charges.
The trial continues.
Killed by
scanner
A MAN has died after
being sucked into an
hospital?s MRI scanner.
Cops said Rajesh Maru,
32, was pulled towards
the machine by its magnetic force as he carried
an oxygen cylinder,
He had been visiting a
relative and was allegedly
asked by staff to carry
the cylinder into the
room in Mumbai, India.
A doctor and a junior
staff
member
were
arrested
for
causing
death due to negligence.
DRUNK FLOORED
A drunk man had to
be rescued from a first
floor hotel balcony in
Bristol after climbing up
and falling asleep.
Kardash
?n? flash
By BEN LAZARUS
TV reality star Kim Kardashian gives her millions of followers a peek at one of her 36DD
boobs as she posts a topless photo yesterday.
The selfie queen, 37, was dressed in just a
white thong and a fur coat
for the Instagram shot.
Two weeks ago Kim
became a parent for the
third time after daughter
Chicago was born via a
surrogate.
She also has a
daughter North,
four, and son
Saint,
with
rapper hubby
Kanye
West,
40, left.
Daughter
�k con
A ?GREEDY and devious? daughter stole nearly
�,000 from her dementia-suffering parents, a
court was told.
Between January 2012
and June 2015, Christine
Beeston,
49,
pocketed
�,308.91 ? leaving just
�0 of their life savings.
Beeston was their carer
and took control of their
bank cards, pass books
and five bank accounts.
Her crimes came to
light when her brother
became suspicious.
Beeston, of Hull, admitted fraud and was jailed
for two-and-a-half years
at the city?s crown court.
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?Lion? in
jail let-off
A MAN dubbed the Lion
of London Bridge after
tackling
knife-wielding
Islamic terrorists has been
spared jail over a racist
rant against Muslims.
Roy Larner, 48, yelled
?All Muslims are the
same ? scum? while at
his MP?s Brixton office.
He also spat at a black
photographer during a
political street demo.
He admitted racism and
harassment. He was fined
� and got a suspended
jail term from Inner London crown court.
Larner
was
knifed
defending pub goers in
the London Bridge attack.
17
SHAVED HEADS AND ORANGE
JAIL SUITS FOR ??DANCE?
DANCE? BRITS
EXCLUSIVE from NICK
PARKER in Siem Reap
FIVE Brits locked up
for
?pornographic
dancing? have had
their heads shaved
and are being forced
to wear Guantanamo
Bay-style prison garb.
Disturbing
images
show the group in terror
suspect-style
orange
uniforms awaiting trial
in
Cambodia?s
Siem
Reap Prison.
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GET US
OUT OF
HERE!
They have had their hair
and beards shaved to stop
lice spreading.
Pictures
of
the
group
emerged 24 hours after they
posed smiling outside court.
The Brits are Dan Jones,
30, Paul Harris, 32, Vince
Hook, 35, Thomas Jeffries,
22, and Billy Stevens, 21.
Five other tourists from
Holland, Norway, New Zealand, Canada and the US
were also held after pictures
of their alleged Twister-style
cavorting shocked locals.
Dan, from Harlow, Essex,
is accused of being a ringleader. He said last night:
?We have to get out of here.
?I?m
not
guilty
of
anything. All I did was
organise a party.
?I?m sure it was far tamer
than what goes on in Ibiza.
?But we daren?t defend
ourselves ? that could make
things worse.?
The ten now face up to
five months in jail awaiting
trial ? with a further year
inside if found guilty of
indecency charges.
But they also face routine
drugs tests ? with draconian
sentences of up to
ten years if anything is found.
All ten claim
they are not in
the photos ? some
of which are said
to be years old.
UK
Embassy
officials are due
to visit the Brits
in prison today.
nick.parker@
the-sun.co.uk
LINED UP AFTER THE ARREST
Grim . . group in
jail after ?Twister?
party, inset
18 ............... T
d
J
30 2018
1GM
IN THE DOCK
Motorist accused of killing
three teens appears in court
Victims Harry Louis Rice, 17,
Josh
McGuinness,
16,
and
George Wilkinson, 16, were
killed as they made their way
to a birthday party.
Chudasama is accused of
driving his brother?s Audi A5
which smashed into them near
a bus stop in Hayes, West
London, on Friday evening.
The defendant, who works in
the car hire industry, appeared
at Uxbridge magistrates court
yesterday and listened from
A FATHER has been
banned from taking his
six-year-old daughter out
of Britain in case he has
her circumcised.
The man, who is in his
30s, was feared to be
planning to take the girl
to his native Guinea,
where
female
genital
mutilation is widespread.
But a High Court judge
imposed
a
protection
order, which will stay in
place until she is 17.
The man came to Britain from West Africa at
least a decade ago. He
married the girl?s white
Christian mother in 2007.
But they are now separated and the mother,
who is in her 40s, raised
concerns over FGM.
Mangled
hand hell
By DAN SALES
A MOTORIST appeared
in
court
yesterday
accused of killing three
teenage pedestrians.
Jaynesh Chudasama, 28,
was remanded in custody
charged with three counts
of causing death by dangerous driving.
Ban over
FGM fear
Grief . . tributes at scene and friends and family leaving court
the dock wearing a white hospital gown.
Grieving relatives looked on
as prosecutor Gaspard DaviesJones gave details of the
8.50pm crash.
A 34-year-old passenger who
was also in the Audi has
handed himself in.
Chudasama?s solicitor Leila
Gaskin successfully urged the
court to prevent her client?s
full address being published.
She said: ?His mother lives at
home and is very unwell.?
He did not enter a plea and
was
remanded
in
custody
ahead of an Old Bailey hearing next month. Judge Douglas
Stoddart
said:
?Your
next
hearing will be at the criminal
court on February 26. You will
be in custody until then.?
dan.sales@the-sun.co.uk
Accused . . . artist?s
sketch of Jaynesh
Chudasama in court
A
POSTMAN
whose
hand was crushed as he
unloaded parcels has won
�,000 in damages.
Michael Tatterton, 57,
was blamed by Parcelforce for his handling of
a conveyor belt and given
a misconduct warning.
But the Health and
Safety Executive said the
business ?failed to ensure
his safety? at a depot in
Poppleton, North Yorks.
Mr Tatterton, of Huntington, was awarded an
out-of-court settlement. A
union official said: ?He
has been through hell.?
Parcelforce said: ?We
have improved our training to ensure correct
procedures are followed.?
2GM
TEN HOL YEARS
Brits? diet
the worst
BRITS have the unhealthiest diet in Europe, a
study claims.
Ultra-processed
junk
food, such as low-quality,
ready-made products, now
make up just over half of
the meals eaten in the
average household.
Brazilian
researchers
found Brits ate five times
more
ultra-processed
food than the Portuguese,
and nearly four times
more than the French,
Greeks and Italians.
Professor Carlos Monteiro of Sao Paulo University,
which
led
the
study, warned Britain?s
poor diet posed a ?serious problem? for the
nation ? with obesity a
particular concern.
Bitcoins
raid fails
2008
DANCING on Ice host
Holly Willoughby put two
snaps online ? with a
decade between them.
The mum of three,
36, wore similar white
gowns for the pics she
shared on Instagram.
When told by a follower they were taken
exactly ten years and a
day apart, she said:
?Bizarre coincidence.?
2018
THE masked thugs in
what is believed to be the
UK?s first Bitcoin robbery
fled
empty-handed
it
emerged last night.
Trader Danny Aston
and his partner Amy Jay
were terrorised by four
balaclava-clad men.
The intruders battered
Mr Aston, 30, over the
head and ordered him to
electronically transfer a
large volume of Bitcoins.
He pretended to do so
and they then fled the
house in Moulsford, Oxon.
Police confirmed no currency was transferred.
Mr Aston was treated
for head injuries.
Cops are appealing for
witnesses to the incident
at 9.40am on January 22.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
HOLS BLOW
19
IT?S ALL
GONE UP
IN HERR
GERMANS are refusing to
throw in the towel in the
war of the hotel sunbeds.
They readied for battle as
it emerged they were being
armed with the chance to
book their loungers by email.
It is the same service which
The Sun revealed yesterday was
being offered to British holidaymakers by Thomas Cook.
Tanit Koch, editor of Germany?s
biggest
newspaper
Bild,
declared a start
to hostilities on
Twitter.
Her
battle-cry message had emoticons of a gun
and a sunshade.
German Tobias
War . . . Sun, Bild & Tanit
By ALEX DIAZ
Doring had a dig by tweeting:
?Britons throw in the towel ? and
pay for the sunbed by the pool!?
The system is being tested in
two hotels from the end of February and will be in 30 Thomas
Cook hotels by the summer.
Customers can reserve their
lounger from a pool plan showing
when they will be in the sun and
when they will be in shade.
It will cost from � a lounger
for Brits and 25
euros for Germans.
But only a fifth of
sunbeds
will
be
bookable and Twitter user Jo-Anne
Burrow
joked
it
would still mean
?towels at dawn?.
alex.diaz@the-sun.co.uk
20 ...............
son shines
HE has teamed up
with RIHANNA and
JUSTIN BIEBER in
the past year, but
DJ KHALED
revealed he has his
own superstar
joining him on upcoming tunes ?
his one-year-old son, Asahd. He
said: ?Me and Asahd have been in
the studio cooking on a lot of
great things.?
dream date
JOHN LEGEND has
won ten Grammys
in his career but he
had another reason
to celebrate on
Sunday night. His
wife CHRISSY
TEIGEN, pictured, shared a red
carpet photo of her baby bump
on Instagram, revealing they are
expecting a son with the caption:
?Mama and her baby boy.?
BREAKOUT R&B
singer KHALID
didn?t win any of the
five awards he was
up for but was just
pleased to be there.
He explained: ?It?s
crazy, because four years ago I
tweeted, ?I wanna go to the
Grammys one day?, and four
years later, I?m here.? That?s the
right attitude.
no jonas bonus
john boy
grammy
bi meter:
red carpet
THE JONAS
BROTHERS ignited
hopes they would
be reforming earlier
this month when
they reactivated the
group?s Instagram
account. But NICK JONAS,
pictured, has scuppered hopes
of a comeback. He said: ?I can tell
you right now, there?s no reunion
planned.? Gutted.
IAL
GRAMMYS SPEC
KESHA TRIBUTE TEARS
KESHA provided one of the
most moving performances
in Grammy history in what
was a huge moment for the
#MeToo movement.
She fought back tears while
being joined on stage, above,
by fellow singers CAMILA
CABELLO, CYNDI LAUPER,
BEBE REXHA, ANDRA DAY,
JULIA MICHAELS and the
RESISTANCE REVIVAL
CHORUS for a powerful
rendition of her hit ballad
Praying.
The performance was the
culmination of a four-yearlong comeback for Kesha,
during which she was
involved in a legal battle with
producer DR LUKE. This
included allegations of
sexual abuse which she
subsequently dropped.
After the moving set, she
wrote: ?After everything you?ve
done I can thank you for how
strong I?ve become. Thank
you to the @RecordingAcad,
the women on stage with me
tonight and everyone who
has supported me through
this whole journey.?
Host JAMES CORDEN
was visibly moved by the
song, as were millions
of TV viewers. It was
an incredible display.
grammini
PINK stripped
down for an em things
performance ofotional
her
ballad Wild Heart
Be Broken and s Can?t
sai
d
it
will be her next
She has joined single.
up
wit
h
children?s charity
for the video, whUnicef
due out this week. ich is
l
JAY Z and BEYONCE might
seem like the coolest parents ?
but in the eyes of daughter BLUE IVY
they?re still mega embarrassing.
She put up her hand, top,
gesturing her parents to stop
clapping as CAMILA CABELLO gave
a moving speech on immigration at
the ceremony.
Jay Z and Queen B, also
parents to twins RUMI and
SIR, looked puzzled as the
six-year-old shook her head
disapprovingly. A clip of
the moment has become a
viral sensation online.
Now we know who is
really the boss in the Carter
household.
grammini
GAGA: I
WAS WORN
THIS WAY
I think
20 womenve
should ha won
s
Julia Michaelllo
be
Ca
ila
m
Ca
Beyonce
Taylor Swift
Paloma Faithn
Shania Twai
Lorde
Kelly Clarkson
Rita Ora
Jessie Ware
Lana Del Rey
Demi Lovato
Little Mix
Pink
Selena Gomez
Miley Cyrus
Shakira
Kesha
Charli XCX
Katy Perry
IT was the hottest ticket in town but anyone hoping
to sneak into the Grammys could have hidden
under LADY GAGA?s dress.
The singer took to the red carpet in this billowing
black Armani number complete with a huge train.
She then hit the stage to perform the title track
from her 2016 album Joanne, as well as an
incredible version of Million Reasons, with MARK
RONSON on guitar.
HEIDI KLUM also wore all black, BEBE REXHA
sported a plunging, nude-coloured gown and
CAMILA CABELLO turned heads in red.
And never one to do awards ceremonies by
halves, MILEY CYRUS took her Grammy
performance to a whole new level by teaming up
with SIR ELTON JOHN.
The unlikely duo performed an amazing version
of his iconic 1971 track Tiny Dancer.
That?s one way to get a guaranteed ticket to his
retirement tour.
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OVER AT THE
I?LL SHOW WHO
ALL #STEPPEDUP
THE Grammys celebrated their 60th
anniversary in New York on Sunday
night but there are many music fans
who feel the awards are out-of-touch.
It seemed the committee who dish
out nominations and gongs are living in
the dark ages after just one female
artist, Canadian ALESSIA CARA, won
in the major categories ? taking the
Best New Artist title.
In his bid to try to explain the
omissions, Recording Academy
President Neil Portnow, right,
managed to make things worse ?
urging female artists around the
world to ?step up?.
Given the sensitive climate of the
entertainment world with the
#MeToo and #TimesUp
movements, it wasn?t the
best timing, either. He
said: ?Women who
have the creativity in
their hearts and souls,
who want to be
musicians, who want to be engineers,
producers and want to be part of the
industry on the executive level . . .
[They need] to step up, because I think
they would be welcome.?
CHARLI XCX hit out at the
comments last night, tweeting: ?Ugh
about to step on to your
face . . . women are making
amazing music right now. Wtf
is this dude talking about??
If he genuinely believes
there were no female stars
other than Alessia worthy of
recognition, he should have
a look at my list, left, of 20
women who have more than
?stepped up? over
the past year.
It wasn?t a
struggle
to
compile it.
Grammys,
take note for
next time.
l
BRUNO MARS, below, is going to need
a bigger trophy cabinet.
He swept the board at the ceremony,
winning all six of the awards he was up for,
including three of the Big Four ? Album of
the Year for 24K Magic, Record of the Year
for the tune of the same name, and Song of
the Year for That?s What I Like.
Just behind him was KENDRICK LAMAR,
who dominated the rap categories and
picked up five gongs.
JAY Z was the front-runner going
into the ceremony with eight
nominations, yet walked away
empty-handed.
I was pleased there was good
news for ED SHEERAN, after he
was brutally snubbed in most of
the categories.
He won Best Pop Solo
Performance for Shape
Of You and Best Pop
Vocal Album for Divide
? the only prizes he
was nominated for.
Ed, who swerved
the
ceremony,
posted on Insta?
gram
yesterday:
?Woke up to the news I
won two Grammys last
night. Thank you!?
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the
least
he
deserved.
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AGAIN AFTER 15YRS
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE is
returning to the scene of
one of his cheekiest pop
moments ? when he felt
KYLIE?s backside on stage.
Richie to tour UK this summer Arctic Monkeys on
make female-led Crocodile Dundee reboot by creator
I can reveal the singer is
headlining
the
Brit
Awards next month,
15 years after his
duet with the Aussie.
The ceremony, on
February 21, will be
one of his two highprofile gigs this year,
along with the Super
Bowl half-time performance in the US this
Sunday, ahead of the release
of his album Man Of The
Woods.
A source said: ?Justin went
down in Brits folklore after
his duet with Kylie in 2003 so
he?ll always be synonymous
with the Brits.
?He?ll be performing alone
this time.?
The former *NSYNC singer,
above, was building his career
as a solo artist when he and
Kylie covered BLONDIE hit
Rapture.
His
antics
with
Kylie?s famous bottom were
the talk of the ceremony.
Twelve months later he
stole headlines again at the
Super Bowl after he
ripped a panel off
JANET
JACKSON?s
top, revealing her
breast adorned with
a nipple shield. He
went on to marry
actress
JESSICA
BIEL and they have
a two-year-old son,
Silas.
Justin
also
performed his comeback
Mirrors at the Brits in 2013.
This year he will be joined
on the bill by US compatriots
FOO
FIGHTERS,
alongside
huge Brit stars including ED
SHEERAN, SAM SMITH, DUA
LIPA, RAG?N?BONE MAN and
STORMZY.
There?s still time for Kylie
to make it Round 2 with
Justin.
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Rev bans
teddies
A VICAR has taken legal
action to stop bereaved
families putting toys or
silk flowers on graves.
Rev Brian Senior?s ban
was upheld by a Church
of England court which
ordered they be removed.
Judge John Gallagher,
of Rochester Diocese, said
non-approved items are
an ?abuse? of St Peter?s
cemetery in Bredhurst,
Kent. Critics branded the
decision ?bigoted?.
Nicola Conroy, 38, must
remove a stone bear and
gravel from the grave of
her mum Carol who died
in 1995 and loved teddies.
She said: ?It?s not tacky.
This is not Poundland.?
The diocese insists it is
?preserving dignity?.
Acid ma
death rap
A TEEN denied murder
yesterday after allegedly
hurling acid at a nurse
sitting on a park bench.
Mum-of-three
Joanne
Rand, 47, was in a park
when a fight broke out
nearby in June last year.
It is thought she was
sprayed with the substance during the brawl
at Frogmoor, High Wycombe, Bucks.
The ?caring, fun-loving?
mum, who grew up in
the town, died at Stoke
Mandeville
hospital
11
days later.
Xeneral Webster, 19, of
Hammersmith, West London, will go on trial for
murder at Reading crown
court on April 9. He was
remanded in custody.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
CATS DITCHED OVER SELFIES
IS IT BECAUSE
I IS BLACK?
40
Black cats need
new homes at
The Moggery,
Bristol
70%
of abandoned
cats taken in
by RSPCA are
black
Paw-trait . . .
Christine takes
black cat selfie
By ALEX WEST
BLACK
cats
are
being abandoned as
they don?t look good
in owners? selfies.
One
rescue
centre
revealed
all
its
40
moggies are black.
They used to be hard to
rehome because of their
association with witchcraft.
But Christine Bayka, 67,
founder of The Moggery in
Bristol, says these days it is
because they don?t look
good in social media posts.
Christine said: ?It?s worse
now because black cats
don?t show up in selfies.
?It?s an increasing problem.
It?s
definitely
got
harder because of selfies.?
Amy Buckle, of the Last
Chance
Animal
Rescue
Centre in New Romney,
Kent,
said:
?We
have
difficulty rehoming black
cats.
People
do
seem
caught up in taking photos
and putting them on Facebook and Instagram.
?They want a model animal they can put on social
media. It does leave the
black cats ignored.
?It seems people find
them boring.?
The RSPCA confirmed: ?More black
and black and white
cats come into care
than
any
other
colour.?
The charity?s Dr
Jane Tyson added:
?Fur colour makes
no difference to
how much love
they have to give.?
alex.west@
the-sun.co.uk
23
24 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
BRIT SKIER
SAW PALS
DEATH
FALL
Alps double tragedy quiz
A BRITISH skier watched in
horror as two pals fell several
hundred feet to their deaths
in the French Alps.
The three friends were skiing
together off-piste at ChamonixMont-Blanc on Sunday.
But one tumbled off a cliff after
taking on 45-degree slope le Couloir du
Chapeau, a steep section of the Grands
Montets area.
His pal raced to his aid but a third
friend, arriving seconds behind them,
was unable to stop and also tumbled
over the edge to his death.
The Brits had ventured
off-piste
despite
experts
warning against skiing out
of bounds because of the
dangerous conditions.
Police said the dead men,
both in their mid-20s and
from
Cambridge,
would
have died instantly.
Their bodies were later
recovered by rescue helico- Cliff fall . . .
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KIDS ROCK
A RELIGIOUS teacher
had a large kitchen knife
in his car when arrested
for plotting terror attacks
on London, the Old Bailey heard yesterday.
Umar Haque, 25, had
allegedly targeted landmarks including Westfield shopping centre in
2016 and 2017.
He
is
accused
of
grooming youngsters at a
mosque in Barking, East
London, to join him.
When he was arrested
last May officers found
the knife hidden in the
passenger footwell of his
Ford Focus.
Haque, of Forest Gate,
and three others deny
terror charges.
The trial continues.
Train surf
teens rap
By MATT WILKINSON
pter. Their surviving friend, also in his
20s, was yesterday speaking to police.
Stuart Macdonald, a British mountain
guide based in the resort, said: ?This is
an extremely serious couloir to ski at
any time.
?There is a cliff at the bottom that
you need to exit beforehand and it is a
45-degree slope. This is extreme skiing
in any conditions.
?It is west-facing and relatively low
in altitude and the past week we have
had plenty of sun and no fresh snow.
All these factors mean I would not
have skied that couloir on
Sunday.
?To descend this couloir,
the snow would have to be
either grippy or powder but
not poor quality with irregularities like on Sunday.?
A police spokesman said:
?The
snow
was
very
compacted and icy.?
matt.wilkinson
@the-sun.co.uk
Chamonix
?Terror Sir
had knife?
COME on, stop kidding around! These
young goats are on rocky ground
here, trying to be top, er, dog.
The four baby mountain goats
jostled for position on Mount Evans
in the Rockies in Colorado.
The
remarkable
scenes
were
captured by local photographer Hilary
Bralove, 56. She said: ?The goats
seem to play ?King of the Mountain?
or, in this case, ?King of the Rock?.?
TWO teens have admitted
?surfing? on top of a passenger train and posting
their antics online.
Harris Ahmed, 18, and
a 16-year-old boy who
cannot be named, rode
on top of a DLR train
between Limehouse and
Canning Town stations in
East London last March.
Ahmed also admitted
two further offences of
riding on top of trains on
October 14 and October
20 last year.
Ahmed, of Manor Park,
Newham, was sentenced
to 15 hours at an attendance centre by Highbury
Corner magistrates? court
in North London.
The youth will be sentenced next Monday.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
LOCKIN?
GOOD NIC
25
CANCER AND HEART
RISK FROM VAPING
By SHAUN WOOLLER
VAPERS have a higher risk of cancer and heart disease
compared to non-smokers, tests on mice found.
Battery-powered e-cigs have been widely promoted as a safer
alternative to cigarettes because they do not burn tobacco ? but
scientists now warn the nicotine in them is far from harmless.
In laboratory tests, mice exposed to e-cig vapour had higher levels of DNA
damage in the heart, lungs and bladder than those just breathing clean air.
DNA repair systems which protect against cancer were also impaired in the
cells of the animals, the US researchers discovered.
While tobacco smoke contains a host of deadly chemicals, e-cig liquid consists
only of nicotine and relatively harmless solvents.
Recent
studies
have
shown that e-cig users
have 97 per cent less of
a lung cancer-causing
component
known
as
NNAL in their bodies
than tobacco smokers.
That is similar to the
level in those on nicotine-replacement therapy.
But NNAL levels for
vapers are still significantly higher than for
non-smokers, the team
found.
The researchers wrote:
?We propose e-cigarette
smoke
is
carcinogenic
and that e-cig smokers
have a higher risk than
non-smokers to develop
lung and bladder cancer
and heart diseases.?
Similar results were
seen in cultured human
lung and bladder cells
exposed to nicotine.
The New York University School of Medicine
team, led by Dr Moonshong Tang, pointed out
that e-cigs were rapidly
gaining popularity, especially among young people who regard them as
harmless.
It adds: ?It is important to note many who
have taken up the e-cig
smoking habit are not
necessarily doing it for
the purpose of quitting
tobacco smoking, rather,
it is because they are
assuming
that
e-cig
smoking is safe.?
shaun.wooller@thesun.co.uk
Sun
GREAT-gran
Violet
Scahill whose passion
for
football
helped
keep her young at
heart has died just
before
her
107th
birthday in Grangemouth, Stirlingshire.
SPOT
Tracks of
my ears
NICOLE Kidman has found the key to
staying fit as she jogs in a colourful top
featuring a lock design.
The Aussie, 50, exercised in Beverly
Hills on a day off from filming crime
thriller Destroyer. Nicole, who won a
Golden Globe for Big Little Lies, says
she owes her success to her strong
mum. She?s a chip off the old lock, then.
THE London Underground
is noisier than a helicopter taking off and could
damage passengers? hearing, a study found.
The noise tops 85 decibels, so ear defenders
would have to be worn by
law if the Tube was
classed as a workplace.
The Victoria Line is
noisiest on average, University
College
London
boffins found. But the
volume peaks at 109 decibels on the Central Line
between Liverpool Street
and Bethnal Green.
Passenger Roberta Lenart said: ?It is deafening.?
STEAK AND RAIL
Birmingham to London
trains were halted yesterday by cows walking on
tracks near Rugby.
Warning . . Dr Tang and vaper
28 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
Heart op
on brain
beats Alz
PACEMAKER JOY
A PACEMAKER in the brain has successfully slowed down the decline of
Alzheimer?s, say scientists.
Symptoms improved in all patients after the
device was implanted in their skulls.
Three patients had electrical wires implanted in the
frontal lobes, the area of the brain responsible for
problem solving, planning and decision-making. The
pacemaker has already
By SHAUN WOOLLER
been used to reverse cognitive decline in 135,000
said her Alzheimer?s has
people with Parkinson?s.
but
more
The US study found progressed
the implant reduced the slowly than he expected.
Dr
Douglas
Scharre,
of
drop in performance in
people
with
mild
or The Ohio State University,
said
the
pilot
helped
early-stage
Alzheimer?s,
keep mental function for
Britain?s biggest killer.
LaVonne Moore, 85, of longer, improving quality
of life.
Ohio can now cook a
The
Alzheimer?s
meal,
organise
an
Society said: ?It will
outing, choose her
need more in-depth
clothes and is even
research before we
playing her favourite
can draw any firm
hymns on the piano.
conclusions.?
Hubby Tom, 89,
shaun.wooller
@the-sun.co.uk
Carer . . . Tom
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Ex-Beeb
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600,000
perv pics
By LAUREN PROBERT
A FORMER BBC newsreader kept a secret stash
of more than half a million indecent images of
children on his computer.
David Allison, 48, had
worked as an assistant
producer
in
London
reporting on camera, as
well as being a regional
newsreader.
He
had
turned
to
teaching and was the
official photographer at
his prestigious Catholic
school.
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his
home in an ?intelligenceled? raid last November.
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635,902
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and
possessing
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and voyeurism at Guildford crown court. He was
jailed for three years.
Det Insp Martin Goodwin said later: ?This man
blatantly
abused
his
position of trust.?
A
TRAIN
passenger
was
ordered to pay � for a
new ticket after he made his
journey shorter.
Jonathan Worsley, 45, was told
by jobsworth inspectors he had
broken the ?terms and conditions?.
The businessman paid � in advance
for the trip from Nottingham to London St Pancras. But it was raining
heavily so he drove to East Midlands
By ANDREW PARKER
Parkway station, the stop after Nottingham, and boarded there ? making his
journey shorter by around ten minutes.
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he had to buy a new ticket ? at more
than three-and-half times his original.
Jonathan, who owns a design firm,
said: ?I?m pretty calm so didn?t get
angry, but two other passengers picked
up the fight for me because they were
disgusted at what they were hearing. A
Have fun
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PEOPLE who go to the
gym to cheer themselves
up tend to stick longer
with an exercise regime.
They go for an average
seven weeks and six days
before missing a session.
But those trying to lose
weight or keep slim last
for five weeks before
throwing in the towel.
Two in three people
admit they need to do
more exercise, said the
survey of 2,000 adults for
supplements firm Vitabiotics.
A
spokesman
added: ?Some motives are
more likely to be successful than others.?
Chip and
pinched
A SHOP owner used her
business?s
credit
card
machine to fiddle thousands of pounds.
Katie Lowcock, 31, paid
nearly �,000 of refunds
through the chip and pin
device to her credit card.
She kept �200 instead
of repaying the firm who
supplied the machine to
her children?s clothes shop
in Macclesfield, Cheshire.
Lowcock said she did not
know it was illegal.
But she admitted fraud
and got a suspended jail
term from Stockport JPs.
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Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
PAMMI
4 RAMI
By ROD McPHEE
BAYWATCH star Pamela Anderson was
behind the lens for a change when she
photographed footballer lover Adil Rami as
he played a match in France.
The ex-Playboy model, 50,
applauded when the 32-year-old
Marseille centre-back scored
against Monaco at his team?s
stadium on Sunday. The game
ended with a 2-2 draw.
The couple met last year and
are now living together.
Pamela seems to have
gone from Baywatch
to beau watch.
third member of staff came and
showed me the terms and conditions
on a phone. I thought it was bonkers.?
Jonathan, from Nottingham, complained to East Midlands Trains and
has been offered a refund. A
spokesman said: ?The ticket he
had already purchased was valid
to board at East Midlands Parkway and he should not have been
charged a new ticket.?
andrew.parker@the-sun.co.uk
Hounded . . . Jonathan
JONATHAN?S TICKET TO MISERY
1 Paid � for reserved seat on
2
Nottingham to London train
Got on one stop closer at
East Midlands Parkway
3 Made to pay � penalty
to use same seat
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++PLUS++ Bizarre TV ? Page 35 l Letters and
Mystic Meg ? Page 41 l Puzzles ? Page 43
A BUS driver stopped to
save a woman who was
about to jump off a bridge.
Ian Lloyd, 33, pulled
over on his morning route
and talked her down from
the
40ft
drop
in
Cwmbran, Gwent.
His heroics only came
to light when a passenger
rang bosses to praise him.
Ian said: ?It was surreal.
My instincts kicked in.?
Boss Chris Anslow, of
Phil
Anslow
&
Sons
Coaches, said: ?We are
immensely proud.?
CHAN-DEAR-LIER
A 1949 chandelier by
Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti has been valued at
�illion before its London auction next month.
MOANY MILLENNIAA
One hundrr
and flakeyy
SUPER-SENSITIVE snowflakes have been
taking aim at everything we love, from
James Bond to Are You Being Served?.
And moaning millennials have scored a
bullseye after darts chiefs opted to ditch
walk-on girls in case they offend women.
To give you a chance to get your own
back on their whinging, we?ve created a
fun game ? snowflake darts. On each
section of the dartboard we?ve put a
different outrage for you to aim arrows at.
To play, just cut out our board on the
right and pin it to your dartboard.
Plus, below, a writer tells why political
correctess has gone off the rails.
By
BRENDAN O?NEILL
THE killjoys are coming. Coming to
squeeze the fun and life out of Britain.
Coming to wag a bony finger in our faces and
tell us: ?You can?t say that. You can?t do that.?
Nothing is safe from this army of the easily
offended. These snowflakes think everything that
offends them is fair game for their fury.
They want to crush any idea, image or pastime
that doesn?t slavishly conform to their world
view.
It?s time we told them to do one.
Barely a day passes without reports of someone
or something being ?called out? by these
jumped-up Joe Stalins.
In recent days they have turned their authoritarian attention to the beautiful women who
walk on at the darts. Under pressure from
broadcasters desperate to be PC, the Professional
Darts Corporation says it will no longer employ
these gorgeous women. Apparently, getting
women to do such things is ?inappropriate? in
the 21st century.
This is such a sad story. Darts is a wonderful
sport, but God knows it needs glamour and it is
made much more attractive by these women.
But they?re gone now, erased from public life
by people who have decreed that glammed-up
women are ?offensive?.
This means the young working-class women
who made an easy buck at the darts will no
longer be able to do so. It is a weird feminism
that chortles as women lose their jobs.
Offence-taking frenzy
The PC brigade wants to correct schools too.
Last week a school in Hants packed up its little
pig farm after a vegan parent ? one parent! ?
complained. Of course, it didn?t take long for the
meat-fearing moaner to marshal an army of
offence-takers. So before long 40,000 had signed
a petition to ?save the pigs?.
Then there is Blighty UK Cafe, the Churchillloving eatery invaded by a gang of the easily
offended on Saturday. The protesters hollered
that Churchill was a ?racist? and anyone scoffing
a fry-up in the North London cafe a low-life.
Recently we?ve also seen a stage version of Are
You Being Served? being pulled in Hull on the
basis that it is ?demeaning to women?.
Last year the Royal Court theatre in London was
going to axe Rita, Sue And Bob Too, the play by
the late, working-class playwright Andrea Dunbar,
for fear it makes light of ?sexual misconduct?.
A parent in Newcastle complained about the
teaching of Sleeping Beauty, because it fails to
teach young boys about sexual consent.
And on it goes, every day, the condemnation of
anything that might offend someone.
Political correctness started with a noble
impulse ? to make society more inclusive. But it
has gone off the rails.
It has morphed into an intolerant regime of
thought control and the erasure of risqu� images
and ideas. Far from making society more
inclusive, it has made it more divisive.
We should call it a day on this offence-taking
frenzy. Just because something upsets you, that
doesn?t mean it should not exist.
lBrendan O?Neill is the editor of Spiked Online.
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A RUINING YOUR FUN? TRY OUR GAME
red
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Docs told to call
expectant mums
?pregnant people?,
so as not to upset
the transgender
population
Stage version of Are
You Being Served?
banned as it is
?demeaning to
women?
ARE YOU
BEING
SERVED?
Army spend �6m
on recruitment drive
which focused on
emotional issues
DENNIS THE
MENACE
ARMY
Beano comic
hero
renamed
as just
plain
Dennis
DARTS GIRLS
PREGNANT
MUMS
Darts Girls
axed - but
23,000
signed
petition to
reinstate
them
Uni put
?trigger
warning?
on Titus
Andronicus
in case it
offends
WINSTON L
CHURCHIL
?SNOWFLAKES?
Mum said
non-consensual kissing in
Sleeping Beauty is
assault
PING
SLEEAUTY
BE
STRESS
Eddie Ledsham quit
teaching as it
?damaged his
emotional and
psychological
wellbeing?
Vegan
parent
protested
at school
project to
raise and kill
four piglets
PIG RE
ARING
DANCING
Students at
Princeton
University, in the
US, have been told
to get consent
before dancing
NDS
Viewers
moaned gags
about Monica's weight
are ?fat-shaming?
SOMBREROS
Millennials object to the
term ?Snow?akes? because
it is damaging to their
mental wellbeing.
GIRLS
LIDL
FRIE
Protesters
stormed PM-inspired
cafe saying he was ?racist?
Teacher sacked for
saying ?well done,
girls? to a group of
pupils which
included a
transgender child
Lidl removed a cross
from pic of a Greek
church on food
packaging so it could
be ?religiously neutral?
SHAKES
PEARE
Mum called for
panto Dick Whittington to
be axed over willy
jokes
RORKE?S
D
RIFT
Millennials
say 007 is
sexist and
racist
S
NKIE
KRA
Tube
worker
told
tribute to
Rorke?s
Drift on
notice
board
?celebrated
colonialism?
University of East
Anglia branded a
Mexican restaurant
'racist' for giving
sombreros to students
SAFE
SPACES
ND
JAMES BO
King?s College,
London, employed
?safe space marshals?
to protect sensitive
pupils
JAMAICAN
STEW
Student demanded
Jamaican stew be
taken off the menu as
it was a ?cultural
misrepresentation?
Graphic: TOM BUSWELL
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tvguide Tuesday
6am Breakfast (S,HD)
9.15 Food: Truth Or Scare (S,HD)
10.00 Homes Under The Hammer
Property auctions. (S,HD)
11.00 Wanted Down Under A fireman
and his wife consider moving to
Melbourne, Australia. (S,HD)
11.45 A1: Britain?s Longest Road
A lorry breakdown causes rush
hour chaos. (R,S,HD)
12.15 Bargain Hunt From Oswestry,
Shropshire. (R,S,HD)
1.00 BBC News At One (S,HD)
1.30 Regional News (S)
1.45 Doctors Jimmi gets a shock
when Will brings home his new
love interest. (S,HD)
2.15 Father Brown The sleuth
investigates the murder of a
Colonial Postal Service officer.
Mark Williams stars. (R,S,HD)
3.00 Escape To The Country
From Somerset. (S,HD)
3.45 The Farmers? Country
Showdown Farming families and
the events where they showcase
their hard work. (R,S,HD)
4.30 Antiques Road Trip (R,S,HD)
5.15 Pointless Quiz show. (S,HD)
6.00 BBC News At Six (S,HD)
6.30 Regional News (S)
6am Flog It! Trade Secrets (R,S,HD)
6.30 The Farmers? Country
Showdown (R,S,HD)
7.15 Food: Truth Or Scare (R,S,HD)
8.00 Sign Zone: Celebrity Antiques
Road Trip (R,S,SL)
9.00 Victoria Derbyshire (S,HD)
11.00 BBC Newsroom Live (S,HD)
12.00 Daily Politics (S,HD)
1.00 Monty Halls? Great Escape
Documentary. (R,S)
2.00 Sahara With Michael Palin
The former Monty Python star
visits Senegal. (R,S)
3.00 A Place To Call Home George
prepares to make an important
announcement. (R,S,HD)
3.45 This Wild Life Saba DouglasHamilton is called away to rescue
an injured crocodile. (R,S,HD)
4.15 The Hunt How predators living in
the Arctic have to adapt their
hunting strategies. (R,S,HD)
5.15 Flog It! A collection of interesting
and previously unseen finds from
around the country. (R,S,HD)
6.00 Eggheads Quiz show hosted by
Jeremy Vine. (S,HD)
6.30 Great American Railroad
Journeys Michael Portillo
explores Montreal. (S,HD)
6am Good Morning Britain Gerard
Butler talks about his new film,
Den Of Thieves. (S,HD)
8.30 Lorraine Hollywood star Gerard
Butler talks about his new film,
Den Of Thieves. (S,HD)
9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show Guests
air their differences. (S,HD)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat and
lifestyle features. (S,HD)
12.30 Loose Women Ruby Wax joins
the team to discuss issues that
have everyone talking. (S,HD)
1.30 ITV Lunchtime News (S)
1.55 Regional News (S)
2.00 Judge Rinder Real-life cases in
a studio courtroom. (S,HD)
3.00 Dickinson?s Real Deal David
Dickinson is joined in Southport,
Merseyside, by Alys Dobbie,
Stewart Hofgartner and Tony
Geering, where items include
including arts and crafts lamps,
and a 9.5-carat diamond ring.
(S,HD) Then Local Weather
4.00 Tipping Point Game show
hosted by Ben Shephard. (S,HD)
5.00 The Chase Quiz show hosted by
Bradley Walsh. (S,HD)
6.00 Regional News (S)
6.30 ITV Evening News (S)
6am Countdown (R,S,HD)
6.45 3rd Rock From The Sun (R,S)
7.35 Everybody Loves Raymond
Two episodes. (R,S)
8.30 Frasier (R,S)
10.05 Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares
USA From Philadelphia. (R,S)
11.00 Undercover Boss USA (R,S,HD)
12.00 C4 News Summary (S,HD)
12.05 Couples Come Dine With Me
From Cardiff. (R,S,HD)
1.05 Posh Pawn (R,S,HD)
2.10 Countdown (S,HD)
3.00 Village Of The Year With
Penelope Keith Featuring
contenders in Lincolnshire,
Herefordshire, Ulster and
Staffordshire. (S,HD)
4.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter
Sun Scarlette Douglas helps with
a home search in Murcia,
southern Spain. (S,HD)
5.00 Four In A Bed (S,HD)
5.30 Extreme Cake Makers
A scuba-diving dog cake. (S,HD)
6.00 The Simpsons
Bart discovers a passion for
American history. (R,S,HD)
6.30 Hollyoaks Cindy is shocked to
discover that Glenn and Grace
are together. (S,HD)
6am Milkshake! (HD)
9.15 The Wright Stuff Matthew
Wright and guests talk about the
issues of the day. (HD)
11.15 GPs: Behind Closed Doors A
cancer patient is determined to
remain positive. (R,S,HD)
Followed by 5 News Lunchtime
12.15 Cowboy Builders The team
helps the Smith family. (R,S,HD)
1.05 Access Showbiz news. (S,HD)
1.15 Home And Away (S,HD)
1.45 Neighbours (S,HD)
2.15 NCIS: Deadly Assassins
A Navy lieutenant dies of
overhydration. (R,S,HD)
3.15 PREMIERE The Wrong Nanny
Stella hires a nanny to take care
of her twin boys, only to find out
the woman she hired is her
daughter that she gave up for
adoption. Thriller with Madison
Adams. (2017) ??? (S,HD)
5.00 5 News At 5 (S,HD)
5.30 Neighbours Aaron is shaken by
Rory?s kiss, but lets him stay
after Mick returns. (R,S,HD)
6.00 Home And Away An examination
reveals the identity of the father
of Kat?s baby. (R,S,HD)
6.30 5 News Tonight (S,HD)
HAPPY DAYSSSSSSSSSSS
8pm Nicky?s determination to prove herself
tests Sacha?s patience in Holby City
10pm Noel Clarke and Zo� Wanamaker
decide the winner of an award in Inside No 9
7.30pm Julia Bradbury and Ore Oduba
countdown Britain?s Favourite Walks
10pm Lotje Sodderland meets neuroscience
pioneers for Can You Rebuild My Brain?
10.35pm One Night With My Ex features
former sweethearts Phil and Shannon
7.00 The One Show
Presented by Matt Baker and
Angela Scanlon. (S,HD)
7.30 EastEnders
Vincent is unnerved by a break-in
at the Albert, while Mel warns
Phil he has until the end of the
day to find the cash or she will
tell Aidan about Ben. (S,HD)
Followed by BBC News
8.00 Holby City
(5/52) The clinical trial is heating
up and it is time for Gaskell to live
up to his reputation. Meanwhile,
Nicky tests Sacha?s patience in a
bid to prove her abilities, and
Frieda has to play tough in order
to win Jac?s trust. (S,HD)
9.00 Silent Witness
(8/10) Part two of two.
Determined to find out the truth
about Kingscote Bows Care
Home, Clarissa rents a room
there without the knowledge of
the Lyell team. She is shocked to
see the body of resident Dorothy
Williams being removed when she
had seemed fine the day before.
When the coast is clear, Clarissa
sneaks into Dorothy?s old room to
investigate ? unknowingly putting
herself in danger. (S,HD)
10.00 BBC News At Ten (S,HD)
10.30 Regional News (S)
10.45 Love And Hate Crime
(3/3) Examining the actions and
videos of coast guard officer
Adrian Loya, who broke into the
apartment of Lisa and Anna
Trubnikova and opened fire. (S,HD)
11.45 Cocaine Capital Of The World:
Stacey Dooley Investigates
(1/3) The presenter heads to
remote and hostile regions to
meet producers and traffickers
involved in the global drugs trade,
beginning in Peru. (R,S,HD)
Followed by Weather For The
Week Ahead
12.50 -6am BBC News (S,HD)
7.00 Big Dreams Small Spaces
(2/6) Monty Don helps a young
couple to create a Victorianinspired plant collector?s paradise
in Clapham, and a daughter and
mother to renovate a cottage
garden in Hereford. (R,S,HD)
8.00 Winterwatch 2018
(2/4) Gillian Burke brings the
latest news from Islay, explaining
why this island?s geography
makes it good for wildlife in the
winter, especially the huge flocks
of wintering geese. (S,HD)
9.00 Murdered For Love?
Samia Shahid
On July 14, 2016, Bradford
woman Samia Shahid flew to
Pakistan to visit her family. Six
days later, the 28-year-old was
found dead. This documentary
tells the story of Samia?s life, how
her arranged marriage to her
cousin broke down, and the
arrest of her first husband and
her father in connection with
her murder. (S,HD)
10.00 Inside No 9
(5/6) At the headquarters of the
Royal Academy Of Motion Picture
Arts, a jury deliberates over the
best actress ahead of an awards
ceremony. Noel Clarke and Zo�
Wanamaker guest star. (S,HD)
10.30 Newsnight
Presented by Evan Davis. (S,HD)
Followed by Weather
11.15 Chris Packham:
In Search Of The Lost Girl
The presenter goes in search of a
member of a nomadic tribe in
Sumatra whom he photographed
20 years previously, and discovers
the impact of deforestation on
the country. (R,S,HD)
12.15 Sign Zone: The Coronation
Documentary about the Queen?s
coronation in 1953. (R,S,SL)
1.15-2.15am Miriam?s Big
American Adventure (R,S,SL)
7.00 FIA World Rally
7.00 C4 News (S,HD)
7.00 Emmerdale
Championship Highlights
8.00 The Secret Life Of The Zoo
Faith suggests to Moira that she
(1/13) The Rallye Monte Carlo.
(5/6) Four Sumatran orang-utans
needs to redecorate Holly?s room
Action from the opening round of
escape from their quarters, and
to help her move on, but she
tempting them back inside proves
the season, which took place on
struggles to cope with the
mixed road surfaces in the region
easier said than done, while the
prospect of forgetting her
of Hautes-Alpes. (S,HD) Followed
dominant female meerkat faces
daughter. Meanwhile, Vanessa
by 5 News Update
trouble from her daughter, who is
tries to make Paddy realise that
8.00 Inside The Old Bailey
launching physical attacks upon
Rhona is still in love with him ?
her mother. (R,S,HD)
(6/6) Documentary examining the
but he does not know what to
most famous and feared criminal
9.00 24 Hours In A&E
think when he sees her with Pete,
court in the land, and some of
A 20-year-old man is brought in
and Tracy discovers the truth
the cases that have been tried
by ambulance after being involved
about David and Leyla. (S,HD)
there, including Doctor Crippen
in a high-speed motorcycle
7.30 Britain?s Favourite Walks:
Top 100
and John Christie. (S,HD)
accident, a 70 year old arrives at
Julia Bradbury and Ore Oduba
Followed by 5 News Update
A&E with a high heart rate, and a
present a countdown of the UK?s
9.00 Celebrity Big Brother:
10-year-old girl is brought in by
Live Eviction
best loved walks, voted for by more
her mum after falling over and
(33/37) Emma Willis presents the
than 8,000 enthusiasts. Featuring
hurting her knee. (S,HD)
last eviction show before Friday?s
locations from the West Highland 10.00 Can You Rebuild My Brain?
final, announcing the least popular
Way to the Ridgeway, and almost
Lotje Sodderland, who was 34
housemate ? or housemates in
everywhere in between. Famous
when her brain was permanently
the event of a double ? and
faces including Catherine
damaged by a stroke that almost
chatting to them about their time
Tyldesley, Adrian Edmondson,
killed her, meets neuroscience
in the house and how they got on
Katherine Kelly, Larry Lamb, Janet
pioneers. These scientists are
with their fellow contestants.
Street Porter and Robert Bathurst
using the latest knowledge to
There is also the usual round-up
hit the trails to reveal their own
repair ?broken? brains and
of yesterday?s action. (S)
favourite walks, which feature in
developing ground-breaking
10.35 One Night With My Ex
the poll. They are joined by
treatments for everything from
(5/6) Former sweethearts Phil and
experts, nature aficionados and
Parkinson?s and Alzheimer?s to
Shannon meet again, jilted groom
members of the public who
autism. (S,HD)
James catches up with ex-fianc閑
provide an insight into the
11.00 Before We Die
hikes, the history and the hidden
Lara, and Beth wants to know if
(3/10) Hanna, Bjorn and their
stories behind the trails. (S,HD)
her ex, Mitch, cheated. (S,HD)
boss Tina create a clandestine
10.00 ITV News At Ten (S)
11.35 Celebrity Big Brother?s
group to investigate and reduce
Bit On The Side
10.30 Regional News (S)
the risk of their infiltrator ?Inez?
(20/23) Rylan Clark-Neal presents
10.45 Girlfriends
being harmed. In Swedish. (S,HD)
the CBB companion show,
(4/6) Gail reaches breaking point 12.15 Britain?s Weirdest Council
including celebrity guests?
and sets out to find her grandson
Houses Tenants who have
thoughts on tonight?s eviction and
and bring him home. (R,S,HD)
redesigned their local authority
a chat with Emma Willis. (S,HD)
11.45 Transformation Street
homes in unique ways. (R,S,HD)
12.35 Celebrity Big Brother: Live
(3/3) A patient at the beginning
1.10 Ramsay?s Kitchen
From The House (S,HD) 1.00
of her transition from male to
Nightmares USA (R,S) 2.00
SuperCasino (HD) 3.10 GPs:
female prepares to explain to her
Obsessive Compulsive Cleaners
Behind Closed Doors (R,S,HD)
small son that his father is
(R,S,HD) 2.55 The Secrets Of
now a woman. (R,S,HD)
4.00 Britain?s Greatest Bridges
Sleep (R,S,HD) 3.50 Craft It
12.35 Jackpot247 Interactive gaming.
(R,S,SL,HD) 4.45 House Doctor
Yourself (R,S,HD) 4.45 Location,
3.00 Loose Women (R,HD) 3.50
(R,S,SL) 5.10 Great Artists
Location, Location (R,S,HD) 5.40Nightscreen (HD) 5.05-6am The
(R,S,SL) 5.35-6am House
6am Kirstie?s Handmade
Jeremy Kyle Show (R,S,SL,HD)
Busters (R,S,SL)
Treasures (R,S,HD)
FILMS ????? Brilliant ???? Very Good ??? Good ?? Not Bad ? Poor (R) Repeat (S) Subtitles (SL) Sign Language (HD) High De?nition
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
SKY SPORTS MAIN EVENT
6am The Dog Whisperer (R,S,HD)
7.00 Monkey Life (R,S)
8.00 Meerkat Manor (R,S,HD)
9.00 Road Wars (R,S)
10.00 Stargate Atlantis The crew is
allowed to send video messages
to Earth. (R,S,HD)
11.00 MacGyver Angus and the team
are blamed for a terrorist
bombing. (R,S,HD)
12.00 NCIS: Los Angeles The team
hunts for the killers of a former
army sergeant. (R,S,HD)
1.00 Hawaii Five-0 Double bill.
A high-school reunion ends in
murder. Then, McGarrett and
Danny are trapped under rubble
after getting caught up in an
explosion. (R,S,HD)
3.00 NCIS: Los Angeles Callen and
the team are called in to look for
a missing body. (R,S,HD)
4.00 Stargate SG-1 A test flight of
goes wrong. (R,S)
5.00 The Simpsons Homer becomes
a boxer. (R,S,HD)
5.30 Futurama Double bill. Fry
becomes the ruler of an alien
world. Then, a huge ball of
rubbish from the year 2000
moves toward the city. (R,S)
6am Transfer Centre. Football transfer developments.
7.30 LIVE EFL Sheffield United v Aston Villa. Kick-off at
7.45. Action from Bramall Lane.
10.00 Transfer Centre The latest transfer developments.
10.30 PL Highlights Double bill.
11.30 LIVE ICC Under-19s World Cup Cricket
Coverage of the fifth-place play-off.
5.15 Ashes Greats 5.30-6am Cricket?s Greatest
SKY SPORTS PREMIER LEAGUE
6am Transfer Centre 8.00 The Debate 9.00 Transfer Centre
11.00 The Debate 12.00 Transfer Centre 4.00 Premier
League Preview 4.30 Transfer Centre 6.00 Premier League
Preview 6.30 Transfer Centre
7.30 Gillette Soccer Special News and results.
10.00 Transfer Centre The latest transfer developments.
10.30 PL Highlights Double bill.
11.30 PL Legends A profile of Gary Neville.
12.00 PL Highlights 1.00 PL Legends. A look back at the
career of striker Robbie Fowler. 1.30 PL Highlights 2.30 PL
Legends 3.00 PL Highlights 4.00-6am Transfer Centre
SKY SPORTS FOOTBALL
6am EFL Greatest Games 6.30 SPFL Greatest Games 7.00
Football Years 7.30 Football Countdowns 8.00 Football?s
Greatest Players 8.30 Football?s Greatest Teams 9.00
Revista De La Liga 9.30 Eredivisie Round-Up 10.30 Soccer
AM: The Best Bits 11.00 One2Eleven: Djibril Cisse 11.15
One2Eleven: Jesus Navas 11.30 SPFL Greatest Games
12.00 SPFL Round-Up 12.15 SPFL Greatest Games 12.30
Soccer AM: The Best Bits 1.00 La Liga Icons 2.00 SPFL
Round-Up 2.15 SPFL Greatest Games 2.30 Soccer AM:
The Best Bits 3.00 Football?s Greatest Players 3.30
Football?s Greatest Teams 4.00 Scottish Cup Greatest
Games 4.30 La Liga Greatest Games 5.00 Football Years
5.30 Football Countdowns 6.00 SPFL Round-Up 6.15
SPFL Greatest Games 6.30 Soccer AM: The Best Bits
7.00 EFL Greatest Games
7.30 LIVE EFL Sheffield United v Aston Villa. Kick-off at
7.45. All the action from the Championship clash.
9.45 La Liga Icons Sergio Aguero.
10.00 Revista De La Liga Highlights of the latest matches.
10.30 La Liga World A round-up of recent action.
11.00 Eredivisie Round-Up The latest news and action.
12.00 Revista De La Liga 12.30 La Liga World 1.00
One2Eleven: Steven N?Zonzi 1.15 One2Eleven: Jamie
Carragher 1.30 SPFL Greatest Games 2.00 Revista De La
Liga 2.30 La Liga World 3.00 Football Years 3.30 Football
Countdowns 4.00 EFL Greatest Games 4.30 SPFL Greatest
Games 5.00 Football?s Greatest Players 5.30-6am
Football?s Greatest Teams
TONIGHT?S PICKS
Britain?s Favourite Walks:
Top 100, ITV, 7.30pm
Inside The Old Bailey
C5, 8pm
HOSTED by Ore Oduba
and Julia Bradbury,
this countdown show
celebrates the natural
beauty that can be
found across the
British Isles.
Inside No 9
BBC2, 10pm
THIS documentary
charts some of the
gripping cases heard in
Britain?s most famous
criminal court, such as
the trials of John Christie
and Doctor Crippen.
Can You Rebuild My
Brain? C4, 10pm
ZOE WANAMAKER and
Noel Clarke join Reece
Shearsmith and Steve
Pemberton in a story
about TV awards. A
depressing tale with a
clever twist, as always.
LOTJE SODDERLAND
had a stroke at just 34 ?
and became fascinated
with neuroscience. She
talks here to medics
treating illnesses such
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10pm Gavin is shocked to receive a surprise
visit from his mum in the comedy Trollied
6.30 The Simpsons
(11, 12 & 13/22) Triple bill.
Homer is hypnotised into thinking
he is a 10-year-old boy. Next, a
billionaire inventor comes to
town. Then, Bart and Lisa try to
find a new town anthem for
Springfield. (R,S,HD)
8.00 Football?s Funniest Moments
Memorable incidents from the
world of football, from Gary
Neville?s stint at Valencia to Alan
Pardew?s dance moves. (R,S,HD)
9.00 The Blacklist
(5/22) The task force clashes with
a rival unit as a bombing sets
both teams on the trail of an
international terrorist, while Tom
goes undercover at Nik and
McGee?s clinic. (S,HD)
10.00 Trollied
(5/8) Gavin is in for a shock when
his mum pays a surprise visit,
while Katie takes on the staff
appraisals ? and she does not
hold back when it comes to
Colin?s turn. (S,HD)
10.30 A League Of Their Own
(11/13) The first of two
compilations of out-takes from
series nine of the sports-based
comedy quiz hosted by James
Corden with regulars Jamie
Redknapp, Andrew Flintoff and
Jack Whitehall. (R,S,HD)
11.00 The Force: Manchester
(2/10) Documentary. (R,S,HD)
12.00 Ross Kemp: Extreme World
(R,S,HD) 1.00 Hawaii Five-0
(R,S,HD) 3.00 The Blacklist
(R,S,HD) 4.00 Stop, Search,
Seize (R,S,HD) 5.00-6am
The Dog Whisperer (R,HD)
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6am NFL: A Football Life 7.00 NFL: America?s Game 8.00
NFL Highlights 9.30 NFL: Greatest Games 11.00 NFL: A
Football Life 12.00 NFL Highlights 1.30 NFL: A Football
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10.00 NFL: A Football Life
11.00 NFL: Greatest Games
11.30 NFL: America?s Game
12.30 NFL Highlights. Action from the 2018 Pro Bowl. 1.30
NFL: Greatest Games 3.00 NFL: A Football Life 4.00 NFL
Highlights 5.00-6am NFL: A Football Life
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6am Sporting Records 7.00 WWE Smackdown Hlts 8.00
Sporting Records 9.00 My Icon: Moeen Ali 9.15 My Icon:
Natasha Jonas 9.30 My Icon: Chris Hughton 9.45 My Icon:
Henni Goya 10.00 Racing News 10.30 Sporting Records
12.00 Great Sporting Moments 1.00 Ping Pong 5.00 WWE
Smackdown 7.00 Sporting Records 8.00 Chasing The
Dream 9.00 WWE Late Night Raw 12.00 Chasing The
Dream 1.00 LIVE WWE Late Night Smackdown.
Spectacular wrestling action. 3.00 Chasing The Dream 4.00
Sporting Greats 5.00-6am Sporting Records
BT SPORT 1
6am Game Of The Week 6.30 Bundesliga 2 8.00 Premier
League Preview 8.30 Premier League Match Pack 9.00
Ladbrokes SPFL Hi hli hts 9.30 The Emirates FA Cup
Highlights 10.00 LIVE WTA Tennis. The WTA St
Petersburg Ladies? Trophy. 7.15 LIVE Premier League.
Huddersfield Town v Liverpool. Kick-off at 8.00. 10.30 BT
Sport Films 12.00 LIVE NBA. Washington Wizards v
Oklahoma City Thunder. Tip-off at 12.00. 2.30 30 For 30
3.30 UFC Greatest Fights 4.00-6am ESPN Classic Boxing
BT SPORT 2
2pm Premier League Preview 2.30 Cricket Classics 5.30
Fishing 6.30 Formula E: Street Racers 7.00 BT Sport Goals
Reload 7.15 NBA Inside Stuff 7.45 30 For 30 Shorts 8.00
30 For 30 9.00 WTA Tennis 11.00 UFC Unleashed 12.00
UFC Reloaded 2.30 UFC Ultimate Knockouts 3.00 Fishing
4am-12pm LIVE WTA Tennis. The Taiwan Open in Taipei.
BT SPORT 3
6am Hyundai A-League Highlights 7.00 Serie A 12.30
Anglo-Welsh Cup 1.00 Hyundai A-League 2.00 Anglo-Welsh
Cup 3.30 Game Of The Week 4.00 Ligue 1 Highlights 5.00
Bundesliga Highlights Show 6.00 Premier League Preview
6.30 UEFA Champions League: Classics 7.30 Serie A
Show 8.00 LIVE French League Cup. Rennes v Paris
Saint-Germain. Kick-off at 8.00. 10.00 Ligue 1 Highlights
11.00 Bundesliga Highlights Show 12.00 LIVE College
Basketball. Clemson Tigers v North Carolina Tar Heels. 2.00
LIVE College Basketball. Kentucky Wildcats v Vanderbilt
Commodores. Tip-off at 2.00. 4.00 Serie A Show 4.30
Hyundai A-League Highlights 5.30-6am Game Of The Week
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34 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
1GM
tvguide Tuesday
FREEVIEW
Street 9.25 The Ellen DeGeneres Show 10.10 Who?s
Doing The Dishes? 11.10 Dress To Impress 12.10
Emmerdale 12.45 Coronation Street 1.45 The Ellen
DeGeneres Show 2.35 The Jeremy Kyle Show 6.00
Take Me Out 7.00 You?ve Been Framed! Gold 8.00
Two And A Half Men 8.30 Superstore 9.00 FILM
American Pie 2 (2001) 11.05 Family Guy 12.10
American Dad! 1.05 Two And A Half Men 1.35
Release The Hounds 2.30-6am Teleshopping
Big Bang Theory 2.00 Melissa & Joey 3.00 Baby
Daddy 4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine 5.00 The Goldbergs
6.00 The Big Bang Theory 7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30
Coach Trip: Road To Tenerife 8.00 The Big Bang
Theory 9.00 Tattoo Fixers 10.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats
10.50 The Big Bang Theory 11.50 Gogglebox
12.55 Tattoo Fixers 2.00 8 Out Of 10 Cats 2.45
Body Fixers 3.35 Celebs Go Dating 4.30 Rude(ish)
Tube 4.50-6am How I Met Your Mother
6am Classic Coronation Street 6.50 Heartbeat 7.55
The Royal 8.55 Judge Judy 10.15 The Darling Buds
Of May 12.35 The Royal 1.35 Heartbeat 2.40
Classic Coronation Street 3.50 On The Buses 4.55
Rising Damp 5.20 George And Mildred 5.55
Heartbeat 7.00 Murder, She Wrote 8.00 Midsomer
Murders 10.05 Foyle?s War 12.10 Inspector Morse
2.05 Nightscreen 2.30-6am Teleshopping
8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.35 A Place In The Sun:
Summer Sun 10.30 Four In A Bed 1.05 A Place In
The Sun: Summer Sun 3.15 Come Dine With Me
5.55 The Secret Life Of The Zoo 6.55 The Supervet
7.55 Grand Designs 9.00 FILM East Is East. Comedy
drama. (1999) 11.00 Ramsay?s Kitchen Nightmares
USA 11.55 Ramsay?s Hotel Hell 12.50 8 Out Of 10
Cats Does Countdown 1.55 Grand Designs
3.00-3.45am 8 Out Of 10 Cats Uncut
ITV3 freeview 10
ZOO,
PICK, 9pm
As Jamie tries to expose the truth about
Reiden?s involvement in the global animal
problem, Mitch and Abraham come face-toface with a terrifying army of birds.
BBC FOUR freeview 9
7pm Beyond 100 Days; Weather 7.30 Egyptian
Journeys With Dan Cruickshank 8.00 Andrew Marr?s
The Making Of Modern Britain 9.00 Art, Passion &
Power: The Story Of The Royal Collection 10.00 The
Stuarts 11.00 The Lost Portrait Of Bonnie Prince
Charlie: A Culture Show Special 12.00 Stories From
The Dark Earth: Meet The Ancestors Revisited
1.00 Top Of The Pops: 1981 2.20-3.25am Andrew
Marr?s The Making Of Modern Britain
ITV2 freeview 6
6am Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 6.55
Dress To Impress 7.45 Emmerdale 8.20 Coronation
Satellite & Digital
ITV4 freeview 24
6am The Chase 6.50 Pawn Stars 7.30 Ironside
8.30 Quincy ME 9.35 Minder 10.45 The Sweeney
11.50 The Professionals 12.50 Ironside 1.55 Quincy
ME 2.55 Minder 4.00 The Sweeney 5.05 The
Professionals 6.05 The Car Chasers 7.05 Pawn Stars
8.00 The Chase Celebrity Special 9.00 Heathrow:
Britain?s Busiest Airport 10.05 FILM Harry Brown
(2009) 12.10 FILM Green Street (2005) 2.20 River
Monsters 2.45 Nightscreen 3.00-6am Teleshopping
E4 freeview 28
6am Hollyoaks 7.00 Coach Trip: Road To Tenerife
7.30 All Star Driving School 8.00 Baby Daddy 9.00
Melissa & Joey 10.00 How I Met Your Mother 11.00
Brooklyn Nine-Nine 12.00 The Goldbergs 1.00 The
MORE4 freeview 14
5USA freeview 21
6am Teleshopping 9.00 CSI: NY 9.45 Law & Order
10.40 Person Of Interest 11.35 FILM Columbo:
Blueprint For Murder. Crime drama. (1972) 1.15
NCIS: New Orleans 2.05 CSI: NY 3.05 Person Of
Interest 4.00 Rookie Blue 5.00 Law & Order 7.00
NCIS: New Orleans 9.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit 11.55 NCIS: New Orleans 12.50 CSI:
Crime Scene Investigation 1.50 Chicago PD 3.50
Access 4.00-6am Teleshopping
5STAR freeview 30
6am Teleshopping 8.00 Access 8.05 According
To Jim 8.25 Gilmore Girls 9.15 Milkshake!
10.55 Access 11.05 According To Jim 12.00
Funniest Fails, Falls & Flops 1.00 Celebrity Big
Brother 2.00 Police Interceptors 3.00 Neighbours
3.30 Home And Away 4.00 Last Man Standing 5.00
Will & Grace 6.00 Neighbours 6.30 Home And Away
7.00 Last Man Standing 8.00 Shannon Matthews:
The Mother?s Story 9.00 8 Years Old And Smuggling
Drugs 10.00 FILM Red Dawn. Action adventure
remake starring Chris Hemsworth. (2012) 11.55 Not
So Sweet Sixteen 12.55 Wentworth Prison 1.55
Celebrities In Therapy: Nikki Grahame 3.00 When
Kids Kill 3.50 Access 4.00-6am Teleshopping
PICK freeview 11
6am Nothing To Declare 7.00 Border Patrol 8.00
Border Security: America?s Front Line 9.00 Without A
Trace 10.00 Babylon 5 11.00 Stargate SG-1 12.00
Haven 1.00 A Town Called Eureka 2.00 Without A
Trace 3.00 Border Security: Canada?s Front Line
4.00 Nothing To Declare 5.00 Monkey Life 6.00
Warehouse 13 7.00 Stargate SG-1. O?Neill and
Maybourne are marooned. 8.00 Babylon 5 9.00 A
Haunting 11.00 Brit Cops: Law & Disorder 12.00
The Force: Essex 1.00 Police 10/7 2.00 Road Wars
3.00 Brit Cops: Law & Disorder 4.00 Nothing To
Declare 5.00-6am Motorway Patrol
DAVE freeview 12
6am Teleshopping 7.10 Scrapheap Challenge 8.10
American Pickers 9.00 Storage Hunters 10.00
American Pickers 1.00 Top Gear 3.00 Deadly 60
4.00 Motorway Cops 5.00 Top Gear 7.00 Motorway
Cops 8.00 Dave Gorman: Modern Life Is Goodish
9.00 Live At The Apollo 10.00 Taskmaster 11.00 QI
12.20 Mock The Week 1.00 QI 2.20
Mock The Week 3.00 Hoff The Record 3.30
8 Out Of 10 Cats 4.00-6am Teleshopping
REALLY freeview 17
6.10am Diced To Death: Countdown To Murder
7.00 Teleshopping 8.00 Antiques Road Trip 9.00
A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 10.00 DIY SOS
11.00 Ghost Adventures 12.00 The Dead Files 1.00
Escape To The Country 2.00 Wanted Down Under
3.00 A Place In The Sun: Winter Sun 4.00 The Dead
Files 5.00 Ghost Adventures 6.00 Antiques Road
Trip 7.00 Escape To The Country 8.00 DIY SOS
9.00 Wanted In Paradise 10.00 Born To Kill? Class
Of Evil 11.00 Murder Made Me Famous 12.00 Crime
Stories 1.00 I Survived Evil 2.00 Teleshopping 4.00
Murder Made Me Famous 4.50-6am Crime Stories
YESTERDAY freeview 19
6am Coast 7.10 Pointless 8.00 Time Team 9.00
Coast 10.00 Abandoned Engineering 11.00
Forbidden History 12.00 Time Team 1.00 Great
Barrier Reef With David Attenborough 2.00 Wild
Canada 3.00 Coast 4.00 Forbidden History 5.00
Annihilation 6.00 WW2 Air Crash Detectives
7.00 Abandoned Engineering 8.00 Impossible
Railways 9.00 Porridge 11.00 Open All Hours
1.00 Battleplan 3.00-6am Teleshopping
SONY MOVIE CHANNEL freeview 32
6am Teleshopping 9.00 FILM Voices (2008) 10.50
FILM Presumed Dead (2006) 12.45 FILM Jackie
Chan?s The Medallion (2003) 2.40 FILM See No Evil,
Hear No Evil (1989) 4.45 FILM The Freshman (1990)
6.55 FILM Matilda (1996) 9.00 FILM Code Of
Honor. Action thriller starring Steven Seagal. (2016)
11.20 FILM The Belly Of The Beast (2003) 1.20
FILM Last Action Hero (1993) 4.00 FILM Fatal Trust
(2006) 5.50-6am Sony Movie News Extra
ENTERTAINMENT
SKY ATLANTIC
6am Richard E Grant?s Hotel Secrets 7.00 Fish Town
8.00 The Guest Wing 9.00 The West Wing 11.00
House 1.00 Without A Trace 2.00 Blue Bloods 3.00
The West Wing 5.00 House 7.00 CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation 8.00 Blue Bloods. Pilot episode of the
police drama starring Tom Selleck and Donnie
Wahlberg. 9.00 The Newspaperman: The Life And
Times Of Ben Bradlee. A profile of the former
executive editor of the Washington Post. 10.45
Nixon By Nixon: In His Own Words. Declassified
audiotapes offer an insight into the former president?s
personality. 12.15 Dexter 2.35 Gomorrah 3.35
Girls 4.10-6am The West Wing
SKY LIVING
6am 60 Minute Makeover 7.00 Obese: A Year To
Save My Life USA 8.00 House Hunters International
9.00 Criminal Minds 10.00 Cold Case 11.00 The
Biggest Loser: Australia 12.00 UK Border Force
1.00 Road Wars 2.00 Nothing To Declare 4.00 The
Chef?s Line 5.00 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
6.00 Criminal Minds 7.00 The Real A&E 7.30 The
Real A&E 8.00 Elementary. Holmes discovers his
father is harbouring a deadly secret. 9.00 Chicago
Fire. Dawson deals with the aftermath of the clinic fire.
10.00 How To Get Away With Murder. Annalise gets
fired up working on her big case. 11.00 Criminal
Minds. Five students are murdered. 12.00 CSI: Crime
Scene Investigation 1.00 Cold Case 2.00 Criminal
Minds 3.00 Scandal 4.00 The Biggest Loser:
Australia 5.00-6am Nothing To Declare
FOX
8am Monk 9.00 The Closer 11.00 Bones 1.00
NCIS 3.00 The Closer 5.00 Bones 7.00 NCIS
9.00 The Orville 10.00 American Dad! 11.00 Family
Guy 12.00 American Dad! 1.00 Family Guy. Double
bill. 2.00 American Dad! 3.00 Family Guy 4.00
American Dad! 5.00-8am Teleshopping
GOLD
7.30am Yes Minister 8.00 Ever Decreasing Circles
8.40 Goodnight Sweetheart 9.20 Last Of The
Summer Wine 11.20 My Family 12.00 The Green
Green Grass 12.40 Ever Decreasing Circles 1.20
Keeping Up Appearances 2.00 Still Open All Hours
3.20 The Green Green Grass 4.00 Last Of The
Summer Wine 6.00 Keeping Up Appearances 6.40
The Good Life 8.00 Still Open All Hours 9.20 Mrs
Brown?s Boys 10.00 Live At The Apollo. Stand-up
comedy. 11.00 Gimme Gimme Gimme 11.40 Peep
Show 12.15 Yes Minister 12.55 Live At The Apollo
1.55 Gimme Gimme Gimme 2.30 Harry Hill?s TV
Burp 4.00-6am Teleshopping
COMEDY CENTRAL
8am The Middle 10.00 Friends 1.00 Impractical
Jokers: Inside Jokes 2.00 Friends 3.55 Scrubs 4.50
Friends 9.00 Michael McIntyre: Hello Wembley! A
2009 performance. 10.00 The Cleveland Show.
Double bill. 11.00 Roast Battle. Joe Lycett v Nick
Helm, and Desiree Burch v Daniel Sloss. 11.30 8 Out
Of 10 Cats 12.00 Impractical Jokers: Inside Jokes
1.00 The Daily Show 1.30 South Park 2.30 The
Cleveland Show 3.25 South Park 4.15 Two And A
Half Men 5.00-6am Teleshopping
UNIVERSAL
6am CSI: Miami 7.00 Teleshopping 8.00 Law &
Order 2.00 NCIS 9.00 Law & Order: Special Victims
Unit 2.00 Law & Order 4.00-6am Numb3rs
DISCOVERY
W
6am Railroad Alaska 7.00 Alaska: The Last Frontier
8.00 Gold Rush 9.00 Wheeler Dealers 11.00 Fast N?
Loud Revved Up 1.00 Railroad Alaska 2.00 Alaska:
The Last Frontier 3.00 Yukon Men 4.00 Gold Rush
5.00 Tony Robinson?s Wild West 6.00 Wheeler
Dealers. Double bill. Edd China tries to modify a
Mazda coupe. Then, a 56-year-old Citroen 2CV. 8.00
Gold Rush. Two episodes. Six men from Oregon
head to Alaska to dig for gold. 10.00 Gold Rush:
White Water. Fred and Dustin Hurt seek their fortune
in gold in the Chilkat Mountains. 11.00 Wheeler
Dealers 12.00 Gold Rush 1.00 How It?s Made 3.00
Gold Rush 3.50 Gold Rush: White Water 4.40
Tanked 5.30-6am How It?s Made
7.40 Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen
(PG, 2004) ?? 9.15 The Emperor?s New
Groove (U, 2001) Animation. ????
10.40 The Little Mermaid (U, 1989) ?????
12.10 Atlantis: The Lost Empire (U, 2001)
Animated adventure. ????
1.50 Atlantis 2: Milo?s Return (U, 2003) ??
3.20 The Emperor?s New Groove (U, 2001)
Animation with the voice of David Spade. ????
4.45 The Little Mermaid (U, 1989) ?????
6.15 The Pacifier (PG, 2005) Comedy. ??
8.00 Remember The Titans (PG, 2000) ???
10.00 The Great Muppet Caper (U, 1981) Comedy
featuring the voice of Jim Henson. ????
11.45 Muppet Treasure Island (U, 1996) Comedy.
???? 1.35 The Muppet Christmas Carol (U,
1992) ???? 3.10 Prom (U, 2011) ?? 5.056.25am Mickey?s Magical Christmas: Snowed
In At The House Of Mouse (U, 2001) ???
3.15 Life (15, 2017) Fantasy. ????
5.15 Within (15, 2016) Horror. ???
7.00 The Sixth Sense (15, 1999) ?????
9.00 Doctor Strange (12, 2016) Fantasy. ????
11.00 Life (15, 2017) Fantasy. ????
1.00 Within (15, 2016) ??? 2.45 Pet (18, 2016)
??? 4.30-6.45am 20,000 Leagues Under
The Sea (U, 1954) Fantasy. ????
6.10am MasterChef USA 8.00 Flip Or Flop 10.00
The Bill 11.00 Tipping Point 1.00 Inside The
Ambulance 2.00 The Great British Bake Off 3.00
Flip Or Flop 5.00 Tipping Point 7.00 The Great
British Bake Off 8.00 Inside The Ambulance 9.00
Educating Essex. Personal conflicts disrupt the
concentration of the students. 10.00 John Bishop:
In Conversation With Meera Syal. An interview with
the actress, screenwriter and comedian. 11.00
EastEnders 11.40 Cherry Healey: How To Get
A Life 1.00 Wanted Down Under 2.40 Judge Faith
3.00-6.10am Teleshopping
MOVIES
SKY CINEMA PREMIERE
6am Pitch Perfect 3 Special
6.30 Cardboard Boxer (15, 2016) ????
8.15 Viceroy?s House (12, 2017) ????
10.20 Nina (15, 2016) Drama. ???
12.05 The Top Ten Show
12.20 Ghost In The Shell (12, 2017) ????
2.25 Fear Inc (15, 2016) Horror. ???
4.05 Viceroy?s House (12, 2017) ????
6.00 Wakefield (15, 2016) Mystery. ????
8.00 Ghost In The Shell (12, 2017) ????
10.00 Fear Inc (15, 2016) Horror. ???
11.40 Cardboard Boxer (15, 2016) ????
1.25 Kicks (15, 2016) Drama. ????
3.10 Let Me Go (15, 2017) Drama. ????
5.10 The Top Ten Show
5.30-6am The Greatest Showman: Special
SKY CINEMA COMEDY
6.05am Planes, Trains And Automobiles (15,
1987) Comedy starring Steve Martin. ????
7.45 Scottish Mussel (15, 2015) Comedy. ???
9.30 The Money Pit (15, 1986) Comedy. ???
11.10 Borat: Cultural Learnings Of America For
Make Benefit Glorious Nation Of Kazakhstan
(15, 2006) Comedy. ????
12.40 The Boss (15, 2016) Comedy. ???
2.25 Zoolander 2 (12, 2016) Comedy. ??
4.15 Nine To Five (15, 1980) Comedy. ???
6.15 Brewster?s Millions (PG, 1985) ???
8.00 The Boss (15, 2016) Comedy. ???
9.45 Nine To Five (15, 1980) Comedy. ???
11.40 Little Man (12, 2006) Comedy. ?
1.25 The Heartbreak Kid (15, 2007) ???
3.25 Kicking Off (15, 2015) Comedy. ???
4.55-6.45am Music And Lyrics (PG, 2007) ??
SKY CINEMA HEROES
6am xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage (12, 2017)
??? 8.00 Batman V Superman: Dawn Of
Justice (12, 2016) Action adventure. ??
10.45 Captain America: Civil War (12, 2016)
Superhero adventure starring Chris Evans. ????
RADIO
RADIO 1 97.6-99.8FM bbc.co.uk/radio1
1.15 Troy (15, 2004) Adventure. ???
4.00 300 (15, 2006) Adventure. ????
6.00 Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice
(12, 2016) Action adventure. ??
8.35 xXx: The Return Of Xander Cage (12, 2017)
Action thriller starring Vin Diesel. ???
10.35 Captain America: Civil War (12, 2016)
Superhero adventure starring Chris Evans. ????
1.05 X-Men Origins: Wolverine (12, 2009) ??
2.55 Ultraviolet (15, 2006) Sci-fi thriller. ??
4.25-6.15am Batman (U, 1966) Comedy. ????
SKY CINEMA FAMILY
6.30am Lemony Snicket?s A Series Of
Unfortunate Events (PG, 2004) Comedy. ???
8.25 Ozzy: The Great Furscape (U, 2016) ???
10.00 The Lego Batman Movie (U, 2017)
Animated comedy. ????
11.50 Smurfs: The Lost Village (U, 2017) ???
1.25 Curious George (U, 2006) Animation. ???
3.00 Ozzy: The Great Furscape (U, 2016) ???
4.35 Smurfs: The Lost Village (U, 2017) ???
6.10 The Lego Batman Movie (U, 2017) ????
8.00 Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
(12, 2016) Fantasy with Eddie Redmayne. ???
10.15 Footloose (PG, 2011) Musical. ???
12.10 Arthur & Merlin (12, 2015) Fantasy. ???
2.00 The Land Before Time (U, 1988) ????
3.15 Footloose (PG, 2011) Musical. ???
5.10-6.40am Curious George (U, 2006) ???
SKY CINEMA DRAMA
6.05am The Greatest Showman: Special
6.35 A Passage To India (PG, 1984) ?????
9.25 I Saw The Light (15, 2015) Drama. ??
11.35 The Book Of Henry (12, 2017) ????
1.30 Collateral Beauty (12, 2016) Fantasy. ???
3.15 The Truth About Cats And Dogs (15, 1995)
Comedy starring Janeane Garofalo. ????
5.00 Meet Joe Black (12, 1998) Fantasy. ??
8.00 The Book Of Henry (12, 2017) ????
10.00 Collateral Beauty (12, 2016) ???
11.45 Life On The Line (15, 2015) ???
RADIO 3 90.2-92.4FM bbc.co.uk/radio3
6.30am Nick Grimshaw 10.00 Clara Amfo 12.45
Newsbeat 1.00 Scott Mills 4.00 Greg James 5.45
Newsbeat 6.00 Greg James 7.00 Annie Mac 9.00 Charlie
Sloth 11.00 Huw Stephens 1.00 Annie Nightingale
3.00 1Xtra Mixes 4.00-6.33am Adele Roberts
6.30am Breakfast 9.00 Essential Classics 12.00
Composer Of The Week: Handel 1.00 News 1.02
Lunchtime Concert 2.00 Afternoon Concert 5.00 In Tune
7.00 In Tune Mixtape 7.30 Radio 3 In Concert 10.00
Free Thinking (R) 10.45 The Essay: Looking Good 11.00
Late Junction 12.30-6.30am Through The Night
6.30am Chris Evans 9.30 Ken Bruce 12.00 Jeremy Vine
2.00 Steve Wright 5.00 Simon Mayo 7.00 Celtic
Connections 8.00 Jo Whiley 10.00 Bill Kenwright?s Golden
Years 11.00 Nigel Ogden 11.30 Listen To The Band
12.00 Sounds Of The 80s (R) 2.00 Folk Playlist 3.00 90s
Hits 4.00 Wednesday Workout 5.00-6.30am Vanessa Feltz
6am Today 8.30 LW: Yesterday In Parliament 9.00 The
Life Scientific 9.30 One To One 9.45 FM: Book Of The
Week ? No Place To Lay One?s Head 9.45 LW: Daily
Service 10.00 Woman?s Hour 11.00 In Their Element
11.30 Moving Pictures 12.00 News; LW: Shipping
RADIO 2 88-91FM bbc.co.uk/radio2
RADIO 4 92.4-94.6FM bbc.co.uk/radio4
1.30 American Fable (PG, 2016) Thriller. ???
3.15 Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri:
Special 3.35 Roman Holiday (U, 1953)
????? 5.40-6am The Top Ten Show
SKY CINEMA HITS
6am Snoopy And Charlie Brown: The Peanuts
Movie (U, 2015) ???? 7.40 Rocky II (PG,
1979) ???? 9.45 Sully (12, 2016) ????
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7.15 Sully (12, 2016) Fact-based drama. ????
9.00 Assassin?s Creed (12, 2016) Fantasy. ??
11.10 Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (15, 2016)
??? 12.55 The Escorts (15, 2016) ???
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????? 11.15 Pirates Of The Caribbean:
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1.35 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (U, 1968) ????
4.00 Star Trek: First Contact (12, 1996) ????
6.00 The Terminator (15, 1984) ?????
8.00 Pirates Of The Caribbean: Salazar?s
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10.20 Universal Soldier (18, 1992) ???
12.10 Rocky IV (PG, 1985) Drama. ??
1.50 Omen III: The Final Conflict (18, 1981) ??
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SKY CINEMA DISNEY
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Word Of Mouth 4.30 A Good Read 5.00 PM; LW:
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The Truth About Hawaii (R) 8.00 File On 4 8.40 In Touch
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Comedy starring Jack Lemmon. ??
6.55 Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes (12, 2011)
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11.05 Chef (15, 2014) Comedy. ???
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Larry Crowne (12, 2011) ??? 9.00 Escape
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Holmes: A Game Of Shadows (12, 2011) ???
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IS BAKE
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CANDICE BROWN may have
claimed to have quit showbiz
since she was the first to be
booted off this year?s Dancing
On Ice, but she can?t stay away
from the set.
According to athlete
PERRI SHAKES-DRAYTON,
who was eliminated on
Sunday, the 2016 Bake Off
winner has been back several
times . . . bearing some
trademark gifts.
Perri said: ?Candice kept
coming back and giving us
cakes. She?s still part of the
family. I think she missed us.?
Perri, who lost out in the
skate-off against LEMAR, was
relieved to make it out of the
ITV show without injury.
She said: ?I was gutted to
go, but I?m happy I?m still in
one piece.?
A shame the same can?t be
said for KEM CETINAY, who
only just avoiding slicing into
his privates during rehearsals.
His ex, fellow Love Island
winner AMBER DAVIES, must
be working hard on his voodoo
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BEEB?S HARD SUN IS RATINGS FLOP
AGYNESS DEYN?s character
is on a mission to save the
world in Hard Sun but it is
the show?s ratings which
could do with rescuing
right now.
The big-budget BBC1 thriller
starring Agyness as DI Elaine
Renko, right, and JIM STURGESS
as DCI Charlie Hicks has tanked
with audiences, scraping just a
measly 1.8million viewers at the
end of Saturday night?s show.
Despite kicking off last month with
3.5million viewers, it has managed to
lose almost 2million after four episodes of its six-part run.
And the poor ratings have left telly
bigwigs scratching their heads over
the show?s future. A BBC source said:
?There was a lot of hype around the
production when Agyness?s involvement was announced.
?Bosses were hoping it would be a
big enough draw. But it has steadily
lost audiences since it started
and this has meant that its
future is now in question.
?It wasn?t helped by the fact
viewers complained on social
media that the show was
too violent because of the
number of stabbings,
shootings and punch
ups. It?s quite a tough
watch for a Saturday
night.?
Programme creator Neil
Cross is not used to failure ?
he is also the man behind hit sleuth
series Luther.
In an interview earlier this month
he spoke about an ambitious ?fiveyear plan? for Hard Sun.
He said: ?I didn?t want to give
myself a way out. We end (series
one) on a moment of revelation.?
It?s a pity there won?t be many
viewers left to enjoy it.
bit
OM OFF TO
GET A PINT
AFTER a long day on set,
Corrie stars used to turn to one
of Betty?s hotpots or a pint in the
Rovers and a game of darts.
But these days, things are very
different.
Older castmates have been
left baffled as the Corrie
youth have been sneaking
off on their breaks for a spot
of meditation. The hip
pack, led by
CATHERINE
TYLDESLEY, have
raised eyebrows
among colleagues
such as BILL
ROACHE, who
we?ve mocked up as
?Zen? Barlow, left,
by taking up the
spiritual practice
between scenes.
Catherine, who plays
feisty barmaid Eva Price,
runs a relaxation class
for the cast at the
Manchester studios.
She said: ?I think it?s so
important to meditate for
five minutes at lunchtime.
?There?s a bunch of us
who go and find a quiet
spot every day on set.
?It makes you feel good. It
clears your mind.
?It?s good to have a bit of
time in your own head space.
They should teach meditation
in schools.?
There will be yoga classes in
the Kabin next.
Buckingham
Palace
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IN EMMERDALE Faith wants
to help Moira to move on so
she suggests that they
redecorate Holly?s room. But
the thought of forgetting her
daughter is heartbreaking.
Elsewhere, Vanessa tries to
convince Paddy that Rhona is
still besotted with him, but he
is confused when he spies her
with Pete. Tracy also
discovers the truth about
David and Leyla.
In EASTENDERS, the gang
members are still pointing the
finger at each other as they
ponder the missing money.
Vincent is unnerved by a
break-in at the Albert, while
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end of the day to find the cash
or she will tell Aidan about Ben.
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her to find out if she and
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GREAT FOODS THAT WILL IMPROVE YOUR SEX LIFE
Meat
CHICKEN and beef contain
amino acids carnitine and
arginine, which improve blood
flow. In both men and women,
this is key for sexual response.
It not only helps to get the
blood flowing to
the right
places, it
also helps
to maintain
desire for
longer.
Salmon
BEST known for its essential
fatty acids, omega-3s.
These wonder fats help to
maintain a healthy heart and to
prevent plaque build-up in our
arteries, meaning blood can
flow smoothly. This in turn
keeps your sex drive thriving.
Omega-3s can also raise
dopamine levels in the brain
which trigger arousal.
Nuts
ALMONDS and cashews are rich
in zinc, which can boost blood
flow to sexual organs, helping
us feel aroused and experience
greater sexual pleasure.
Walnuts, peanuts and
sunflower seeds also contain
arginine, used to treat erectile
dysfunction. It can relax muscles
around blood
vessels in
the penis,
allowing
increased
blood
flow.
Red wine
YOU cannot go
drinking bottles of
the stuff every
night, but research
published in the
Journal of Sexual
Medicine found
one or two glasses
increased sexual
desire in women.
Red wine contains
quercetin, an antioxidant
that can boost physical
performance by
improving the health
of blood vessels.
Dark chocolate
NOT only does it taste great,
chocolate with a high cocoa
content ? typically above 70 per
cent ? contains a lot of
phenylethylamine, which can
release similar endorphins to
those sparked by sex.
Research found this can
increase sexual
attraction, while
other studies
found chocs
create ?happy?
brain activity
similar to
kissing.
IF you want to give
your sex-life a boost,
just alter your diet.
We all know what we
eat plays a huge role in
how our body works.
But it can also give
our libido a muchneeded lift.
d
A
recent
study
e
claimed that 42 per cent
of daily meat-eaters had
sex once a week or m
more,
compared with only 16 per
cent of vegetarians.
Harley
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Chilli
IF you want things
to heat up in
the bedroom,
add some
chilli to your
meals. The
firey pod
contains
capsaicin,
which
produces
heat and
boosts endorphins ? the
feelgood hormone which
raises testosterone levels.
Garlic
Apples
Eggs
IT may not be the first thing you
reach for when you want to
have sex.
But garlic contains a natural
anticoagulant ? meaning it
thins the blood, allowing it to
reach sexual organs more easily
and helping arousal and orgasm.
JUST like red
wine, some
fruits, such as
apples, are
richly
packed
with the
antioxidant
quercetin.
This can
help to ease
symptoms of
interstitial
cystitis, which can
cause lowered
sexual desire in women.
EGGS for breakfast, however
you have them, can up your
chances of a sexier day ahead.
They pack essential nutrients
and are rich in vitamins B5 and
B6. Research has found this can
balance hormone levels and
lessen stress ?
two things
which are
believed to
play a big
role in
keeping up
a healthy
libido.
Seafood
PROBABLY the best-known
aphrodisiac. Oysters, clams and
scallops contain compounds
which raise testosterone and
oestrogen
levels, so
boosting
sexual
desire.
Famed
lover
Casanova
ate 50
oysters a
day for
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20ml lime juice.
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LAST year Hannah Powell told
The Sun how dodgy booze had
ravaged her kidneys and blinded
her on a holiday to Greece.
By BEN GRIFFITHS and DAVID PAUL
from Zante as she faced life on dialysis and
robbed of her sight.
Hannah, who is in a long-term relationship
The medical receptionist has been kept
alive with dialysis treatment since the night with Royal Engineers soldier Carl Matthews,
21,
says: ?I?ve lost 90 per cent of my vision.
in Zante 18 months ago when she unwittingly
?From the corner of one eye I can see the
drank bootleg vodka laced with methanol.
odd
black shadow against a grey background
But now the courageous 22-year-old has
been given a lifeline after her mum Christine if someone walks toward me.
?I
can?t put into words how dreadful it is
went under the knife to donate a kidney.
When Hannah and Christine, 52, first not seeing things like my family?s faces.
?Before
the kidney transplant I was only 30
embraced after their risky operations last
per cent fit, and tired all the time too. It was
November, they broke down in tears of joy.
very
tough.?
Now, recovering at home together, they
Her dad Derek, 57, had been set to donate
share their brave story.
Ecstatic Hannah from North Ormesby, one of his kidneys last February but on a
final
scan, doctors found he had a kidney
Teesside, says: ?Since that holiday my life has
stone and the operation was called off.
been unimaginably tough.
Hannah,
who lives with her mum, dad and
?Not only have I been left blind but I?ve
sister Emily, 16, says: ?Dad was
been reliant on machines to
devastated.
keep my kidneys going.
?The hospital checks showed
?We have always been close
my mum was the second best
but I would never have
match
for me and thankfully she
imagined that one day mum
agreed to do it.?
REMEMBER four Ps.
would save my life.
a
Christine
says: ?Since Hannah?s
from
Buy
PLACE:
?Now we have the ultimate
blindness I?ve watched her strugbond. My mum is my hero.?
reputable shop, off
gle
to
live
without eyes. That?s
bar.
School cook Christine says:
licence or
been heartbreaking.
?It was a decision made in an
PRICE: If it is really
?The
one
gift
I could give her
.
fake
be
ld
instant when I discovered I
cheap, it cou
was one of my kidneys.?
,
was a match.
PACKAGING: Shoddy
Last November mother and
ls,
?I just wish I could give her
labe
misspelled
daughter walked into the Freemy eyes, too.?
unsealed caps.
man Hospital, Newcastle, holdThe operation means Hannah
PRODUCT: Avoid if
ing hands and were only parted
can return to full-time work at
there is sediment or a
when they were ushered into
the GPs? surgery and no longer
arly
icul
smell ? part
bad
separate operating theatres.
relies on dialysis treatment,
Doctors warned that the fourof nail varnish.
which kept her tied to the
hour procedure had only a 30
house.
per cent chance of success.
Hannah says: ?I was breathIt was two days before tearful
less, my skin turned yellow.
Christine had the strength to
Being on dialysis three days a
get to her daughter?s bedside.
week was mental torture, espeHannah recalls: ?It was a
cially when you can?t see.
wonderful moment. I remember
?I had to live with a tube
IT can be several
I heard her voice, it was a little
sticking out of my chest so I
hours before major
shaky. She just gave me a hug
wasn?t even allowed a bath in
symptoms of methaand kiss.?
case water got in it.?
Three months on, and still a
nol poisoning appear.
Hannah was on holiday in
little
sore,
Hannah
says:
They include:
Zante in July 2016 when she
?Already, I?m 95 per cent fit and
l Nausea
drank
vodka
and
orange
feel fantastic. I?m buzzing about
l
Vom
iting
cocktails laced with methanol.
going back to work. I use
l Dizziness
a chemical used to make antiOrCam, a gadget that hooks on
l Vertigo
freeze for cars.
to
your glasses and can read
l
Fee
ling breathless
She says: ?I started to feel
anything I point my finger at
l Blurred vision
really awful about lunchtime
and
translates it into a speaker
l
Headaches
the day after our night out.
in my ear.
l Blindness
?I felt sick then desperately
?I use it every day at work and
tired and fell asleep for 24
they have also installed a comhours.
puter screen with extra-large
?I didn?t know it but my
print so I can still book patients
kidneys were closing down and when I in for appointments.?
finally woke up I was blind.
Hannah is determined not to let the tragic
?My two friends both felt a bit groggy, but events of the holiday stop her from leading
they suffered nothing like me.
as normal a life as possible.
?Some people just get affected more if they
She says: ?With help from my family and
drink methanol. That?s pot luck. But we were friends I still do most of the stuff I used to,
all drinking the same vodka and orange just a bit slower.
cocktails in the same bars.
?Carl has been wonderful. He?s looked after
?The Greek doctors that treated me said me every step of the way. I still go out with
that methanol is heavier than vodka and my pals and go to pubs, but because of all
sinks to the bottom of the bottle, so my drink the drugs I?ve had to take since going blind I
may have been the last dregs.?
can?t drink alcohol.
?The one fabulous thing that has come out
The chemical is deliberately added to
strengthen or stretch illegal alcoholic drinks of this is that we have grown even closer as
and mafia crime gangs, possibly based in a family. We won?t let what that monster in
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?And I?m excited about starting volunteertrade of toxic vodka sold in bars across the
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Mediterranean.
Christine says: ?I hope whoever put metha- Blind too.
?Whatever I do in life it will be lovely to
nol in my daughter?s drink to make a few
quid realises the dreadful consequences. I know that a little bit of my mum is inside
hope one day they are brought to justice.? me making me feel well again. It?s a bond
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AFTER HORROR NIGHT ON ZANTE HOLIDAY
LIFE-SAVER . . .
Hannah with
mum Christine
VITAL TO BE
PREPARED
By KRIS HALLENGA
Bootleg booze
blinded me but
mum has saved
my life by giving
me her kidney
I REMEMBER the first time I had a
smear test . . . i am assuming most
women remember their first time.
It was uncomfortable and awkward,
and while I lay there, legs akimbo, my
mind was running through the
thousands of things I?d rather have
been doing in that moment.
I can?t stand people who paint a fun
and pretty picture of getting a smear,
there is just no point in lying about
how un-fun it is. However, for those
bloody awkward five minutes, that
thankfully you don?t have to go
through often, you may ensure you
catch a life-threatening disease early.
As someone who really truly gets
what early diagnosis means, I can tell
you how stupid it is to not go and
have a smear test. Even with breast
cancer I have to have them regularly,
but every time I go I think how
bloomin? unlucky I would be to get
cervical cancer too.
But don?t ever think ?that won?t
happen to me?. Trust me, I have been
there. I am not promoting a ?think the
worst? attitude, I just believe in being
prepared for whatever life throws at
you because it does present all kinds
of ups and all kinds of downs.
Being prepared for crap can only be
a good thing ? something I have
learnt more and more over my nine
years with breast cancer. Burying
your head in the sand isn?t an option.
Coping strategies are vital and I am
recognising more and more that it?s
possible to deal with bad things if we
face up to the possibility of what
?could be?. I have a wonderful friend
named Sophie Sabbage, a.k.a. The
Cancer Whisperer.
She is an author, psychologist and
wonder woman, who also happens to
have stage-four lung cancer.
I attended a Patient Power
workshop with her at the weekend
which was one of the most powerful
ways I have ever spent a Saturday.
With my long history with the
disease I have had to be very present
with, and very on top of, my ?getting
better? plan. In other words, I had to
learn very quickly that people won?t
do stuff for you.
But I needed a boost from Sophie
to remember that I still hold all the
power, that no matter what people
may tell me, I can choose how to deal
with it, and how to move forward with
it. I needed this reminder more than
ever and now I pass it on to you.
Be present in your own heath and
wellbeing, and that includes getting a
smear test. Whatever the result, you
have the power to deal with whatever
is ahead. I promise you that.
Just coppafeel and look
out for the following...
LOOK for changes
in skin texture
such as puckering
LOOK for swelling
in your arm pit or
around collar bone
FEEL for lumps
and thickening
LOOK for constant
pain in your
breast or armpit
LOOK for change
in discharge
LOOK for a
change in size
and shape
LOOK for nipple
inversion and
changes in
direction
LOOK for a rash
or crusting of the
nipple or
surrounding area
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@ the-sun.co.uk
The page where you tell Britain what you think
IT was lovely to read Lorraine
Kelly?s article about how presenter
Trisha Goddard is getting on with
life after breast cancer, and has
found someone who understands
the impact it has had on her.
People often think that, once the
surgery is over and the cancer is
removed, life goes back to normal.
It does not and the physical and
emotional
impact
can
be
devastating.
I wish everyone who has or
is going through a cancer
journey the very best.
House of Lords to give Dame
Tessa Jowell, pictured, a standing
ovation for her battle against
cancer and moving speech.
But that ovation doesn?t cost
money, whereas treatment for
cancer does. More money for the
NHS, please.
ANDY STEADMAN
Wareham, Dorset
IF, as reported in The
Sun, you can now
book
sunloungers
before you go away,
there is still going to
be trouble ahead for
holidaymakers.
If you pre-pay
FIONA SMITH
Telford, Shrops
IT?S
OK
for
the
and get to the pool only to find
that someone is on your sunbed,
who then gets forced to move, it
will cause trouble if they are
bitter about it.
CARL BATTISON
Walsall, West Mids
THE Sun on Sunday had a story
about
Cristiano
Ronaldo
messaging
model
Rhian
Sugden, pictured, who is
engaged to be married.
Though I don?t condone
it, you can?t blame the
guy.
She?s
a
special
woman.
RICHARD SIDDAWAY
Billingham, Teesside
Brexit fiasco
is no surprise
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I TEND to believe
in the cock-up
theory of history
rather than the
conspiracy one.
But suppose that after his
Brexit humiliation, David Cameron
quits, Theresa May wheeler-deals
her way into Number 10 and
appoints
a
Remainer,
Philip
Hammond, as her Chancellor,
who then does nothing to prepare
for a possible ?difficult? Brexit.
May then dillies and dallies for
a year instead of preparing
British business for the postBrexit world.
Eventually
she
starts
to
negotiate, talks tough, yet caves
in
to
every
significant
EU
demand.
She contrives to snatch electoral
disaster from the certainty of
victory by issuing a manifesto
designed to kick traditional Tory
voters in the belly.
Result? She struggles to get
her Brexit legislation through
Parliament. Who benefits? The
Remainers.
Whom
did
May
support during the Referendum?
The Remainers.
THOM ROBINSON
Ealing, West London
TRANSITION or implementation?
They are both the same when it
comes to Brexit, as they mean
standing at a closed door and
posting
money
through
the
letterbox.
It is time to stop talking and
start walking.
DAVID JACKSON
Chard, Somerset
WHEN I voted for Brexit, I
envisaged my country being free
from European Union rule. That
we
would
control
our
own
borders, make our own laws and
be free to trade worldwide. At 76,
I fear I will not see that happen.
TONY HUBBERT
Caerphilly
THE more I hear about what the
expected, watered-down Brexit
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future earnings. Is the
previously touted � million
settlement not enough for this
woman?
are Conservative party members
and MPs going to put up with
May as leader?
KEN SHUTTLEWORTH
St Albans, Herts
BORIS
Johnson
has
the
determination to push Brexit
forward and Theresa May has the
determination to get it right.
But if they don?t come to a
compromise,
they
give
the
Opposition an opening.
Then we would see Brexit so
watered down there would be no
point in ever having had the
referendum.
People must write to their MPs
to demand they do as they have
been told.
MALCOLM BALMFORTH
Keighley, West Yorks
ALAN, Cambridge
I SUPPOSE Laura Plummer, who
is being freed after being jailed
for taking prohibited painkiller
drugs into Egypt, will now be a
celebrity and get on Big Brother
and all the other reality TV
shows.
JOY, Northampton
deal looks like, the more I?m
convinced our Government will
put it to the people.
They will hope the Remainers
will vote for it and try to sway
enough Brexiteers to accept it. It
will be another referendum, by a
different name.
The people are being conned
into a soft Brexit.
KEITH THOMPSON
Cardiff
FOR some time, people who want
the UK to leave the EU have
been concerned that Theresa May
does not seem to be fully
committed to getting a good
Brexit deal.
She seems far too willing to
give the EU whatever they ask
for. She appears to have too
many Remainers close to her in
Number 10, whose advice she
prefers to take. How much longer
OUR
generals,
admirals
and
politicians want more money for
defence because of the ?threat?
from Russia.
How
many
Russians
have
beheaded our citizens or run over
them with vans, as terrorists have
done?
The real threat to our people is
from terrorism, as well as the
terrible state of our hospitals,
prisons and other public services.
Money should be spent on
tackling these problems, not to
equip ourselves to fight wars that
will never happen.
SAMUEL DAVIDSON
Peacehaven, East Sussex
REVELATIONS about prosecutions
failing
due
to
police
not
?disclosing? evidence continue to
be highlighted ? but this has
been going on for years.
I was the accused in a case
where the victim did not support
a prosecution, yet pages were
missing
from
the
statement
disclosed.
The police and the CPS have a
duty to disclose all evidence. How
many lives have been ruined by
police disclosing only the parts
that
are
helpful
to
their
prosecution?
NORMAN BAREHAM
Southampton
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one for a lasting relationship. A work ambition you kept to
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training you need. A forgotten album of stamps is lucky.
You are ready to hit your success stride as you set ambitious
targets at work ? and exceed them. Love-wise, gossip links
several interesting names to yours but the real identity of your
destiny partner is even more rewarding. Property plans for
two generations to buy together would test tolerance levels.
As Mars changes how you deal with relationships, you are
ready to gamble and be the first to admit you are falling in
love. A job or charity project that teams you with Sagittarius
?R? is more of a success than anyone expects. Single? The
book store is the hottest place to meet a new love.
Life will feel more rewarding now the sun activates the part of
your chart that brings changes ? in your personal style, the
assignments you are given at work and the kind of house
you?d like to own. When it comes to new romance, once you
were neighbours. Now you meet again and it feels like love.
Having Mars in your love chart makes your passion profile
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time, so does the partner you choose. With a home project,
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contribute what they can in terms of cash and their time.
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The extra time and effort you put into a project will soon be
recognised, so keep going. Prize luck grows too but you will
get more satisfaction from an award you worked hard for. In a
love match, sharing more of the decisions makes you a strong
couple. Single? A friend?s optimistic match-making works.
Clever Mercury turns you into an efficient spotter of talent.
Helping others to believe in themselves could lead yourself to
a new way of working. With the moon in the most passionate
part of your chart, only go out with friends if you also want to
fall madly in love.
Your relationship chart is switched on and someone special
will walk into your world. Their initials are the same as yours.
Job ideas that seem to come out of the blue to surprise you
can be game-changers. A relative?s good news may cause
some envy at home but has a lucky spin-off for everyone.
With Venus influencing the deepest, most secretive part of
your chart, you start to really understand your own feelings
and those of someone you would like to be closer to. Stay
sharp for a work opportunity that is too good to miss. Luck
links you with a face seen in two different dreams.
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18 Lane 19 Nebraska 22 Top-c-oat
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Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
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THE FTSE 100
ROSE 5.99
TO 7671.53
Victim . . . youngster fraud risk
UNDER-25
CASH CON
DANGERS
THE under-25s are six
times more likely to trust
an investment offer they
received via social media
compared with over 55s.
The data, from the
Financial Conduct Authority
(FCA), is a sharp reversal
of past trends where older
people were the most at
risk from investment fraud.
This is due to online
overtaking phone as most
common contact method
for fraudsters, the City?s
watchdog said yesterday.
Urging the public to be
vigilant of online fraud, the
FCA said last year
investors lost �,410 per
day to binary options
scams alone. These are
financial options in which
the payoff is either some
fixed monetary amount ?
or nothing at all.
Fraudsters can also offer
investments contracts for
difference (CFDs), forex
and cryptocurrencies such
as Bitcoin. They tend to
promise high returns and
distort prices, tie people in
with big pay-out clauses
and even close customer
accounts, refusing to pay
back their cash.
Tom McPhail, Hargreaves
Lansdown head of policy,
added: ?If it looks too
good to be true, it
probably is.?
CITY
Sun
MY EASY PAY CUT
THE co-founder of
fashion
retailer
SUPERDRY
has
bagged �.8million
after flogging a
million shares.
Director Julian
Dunkerton?s sale
totalled 1.23 per
cent of the group.
It follows 12 months
of share price gains.
Mr
Dunkerton
founded Superdry in
1985. He still holds
25.36 per cent of
the firm and is its
largest shareholder.
THE London-listed owner
of the South African
Cullinan
mine,
which
produced gems for the
British
crown
jewels,
issued a profits warning
yesterday.
PETRA DIAMONDS said
it expected its 2018 fiscal
year earnings to be ten
to 15 per cent below consensus due to a stronger
Called to
account
CARILLION NET WIDENS
�N
Reporting Council (FRC)
R
h
said
yesterday
that,
following inquiries made
since Carillion?s profit
warning
in
July,
it
will
open
an
investigation into the
conduct of the firm?s
professional accountants.
The probe will cover the
years ended 2014, 2015 and
2016, and additional audit
work carried out during
2017 for the collapsed
construction giant.
The FRC will consider
NEW HOPE
FOR GKN
South African rand, which
rose its US dollar costs.
The miner cut its forecast for diamond production and said it would
focus on extracting larger,
more valuable stones.
Shares in Petra, who
are talking with lenders
after
warning
on
its
banking covenants in 2017,
fell by 18 per cent.
KPMG PROBED OVER AUDIT
AC C O U N TA N CY
giant KPMG is to
be
probed
by
Amount of
s Carillion debt
watchdogs on its
audits of Carillion.. when it was
liquidated
The
Financial
a
SOFT drinks giant Dr
Pepper Snapple is to be
taken over by coffee group
KEURIG GREEN MOUNTAIN
in a �.2billion deal.
Dr Pepper owns 7Up,
Snapple and Sunkist while
Keurig, which was acquired
by JAB Holding less than
two years ago, is known
for its single-serve brewing
machines and coffee pods.
The combined firm,
which will be called Keurig
Dr Pepper, will have
revenues of �8billion.
Keurig chief exec Bob
Gamgort said the deal was
an ?opportunity to combine
hot and cold beverages and
create a platform to
increase exposure to
high-growth formats?.
GKN issued a new salvo
against MELROSE?S hostile
bid yesterday with an appeal
to the pension trustees.
The engineering firm,
which makes components
for JAGUAR LAND ROVER
and AIRBUS, warned the
level of debt its unwanted
suitor was proposing was
?materially higher? than
GKN?s own measure.
Revealing a pension
deficit of up to �2billion,
it said: ?This may have
implications for the
covenant strength of the
firm.? The trustees are
crucial to Melrose and
their �illion offer, as
they can demand additional
funding for the group?s
pension schemes.
Tel:
020 7782 4050
e-mail:
tracey.boles@thesun.co.uk
TAKING SHINE OFF
earned by Ms McCall.
The move came as the
airline
revealed
its
average male salary was
52 per cent higher than
the average female wage
because the vast majority
of its pilots are men.
By 2020 easyJet wants
20 per cent of its new
pilots to be female.
BOSS?S
SUPER
PAYOUT
PEPPER IS
PERKED UP
45
�BUYS ?1.14, US$1.40.
BRENT CRUDE $69.36
Edited by TRACEY BOLES
JOHAN Lundgren, CEO
of EASYJET, has cut his
salary to match that of
his female predecessor
Carolyn McCall.
He took the helm on
December 1 with a starting salary of �0,000.
Yesterday, it announced
that would be voluntarily
reduced to the �6,000
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
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Inquiries into
practices at
construction
giant
whether
KPMG
has
breached
any
relevant
requirements, in particular
the ?ethical and technical
standards? for auditors.
It pledged to conduct
the probe ?as quickly and
thoroughly as possible?.
If the case goes to
tribunal and the panel
decides against KPMG, it
can levy a range of
sanctions. The main ones
are unlimited fines, orders
for costs and reprimands
against the firm. In the
case of individuals, they
can be struck off for a
period of time and face
fines and reprimands.
KPMG said it had
conducted its role as
Carillion?s auditor ?appropriately and responsibly?
but would co-operate fully
with the probe.
The investigation marks
the
third
inquiry
into
accounting and management practices at Carillion,
which was liquidated this
month holding just �million cash and more than
�illion of debt.
It
comes
after
MPs
accused Carillion of trying
to ?wriggle out? of its
obligations to pensioners
while giving ?handsome
pay packets? to bosses.
�BN FOR SHAREHOLDERS
UK dividends hit a record in
2017, buoyed by resurgent
mining companies, exchange
rate gains ? and one-offs.
Shareholder payouts rose
10.5 per cent to �.4billion,
say Link Asset Services, beating 2014?s previous high. One-
CHINA VISA PLEA
AVIATION
boss
Willie
Walsh
is
urging
the
Prime Minister to fulfil a
government promise to
introduce a new ten-year
visa for Chinese visitors.
Theresa May is visiting
China on Wednesday but
the chief executive of IAG
? which owns British
Airways
?
says
no
progress has been made
on the visa trial which
was announced during
the Chinese state visit to
the UK in October 2015.
He warns this puts trade
at risk. In a letter to
Home Secretary Amber
Rudd, Walsh said: ?Making
it
easier
for
Chinese
businesses and tourists to
come to the UK is critical
to boosting our economy.?
UP THE AMAZON
CLOSING PRICES
A SELECTION of last
night?s
FTSE
closing
prices:
BARCLAYS down 2.35 at
207.65
BP down 0.7 at 515.6
CENTRICA down 1.35 at
133.3
HSBC down 0.1 at 770.5
LLOYDS up 0.29 at 71.55
M&S down 2.3 at 310.2
MORRISONS down 1.9 at
225
RBS down 1.4 at 300.2
ROYAL MAIL down 2.3 at
464.8
SAINSBURY?S down 1 at
260.1
TESCO down 0.7 at 210.8
Full share prices
Saturday?s paper.
off
dividends
alone
hit
�7billion, including NATIONAL GRID?S �2billion payout from its UK gas disposal.
Firms such as CARILLION
have been criticised for paying hefty dividends instead of
topping up pension deficits.
in
AMAZON has unveiled a
new warehouse that will
create 400 jobs as it
ramps up efforts to meet
growing demand.
The
warehouse
in
Rugby will be the fourth
Amazon fulfilment centre
in the Midlands, along
with Coalville, Daventry
and Rugeley.
Director Stefano Perego
said: ?We are delighted to
expand our operations in
the Midlands where we
already have a dedicated
workforce of more than
2,500.?
Amazon, which employs
24,000 in the UK, said it
was
hiring
managers,
engineers and HR and IT
specialists
followed
by
factory floor staff.
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TODAY?S RUNNERS, RIDERS, FORM AND TIP-TOP TIPS
M
NEWCASTLE OVER THE STICKS
1.20
READ NOEL FEHILY AT 188BET NOVICES? HURDLE
(Class 4); winner �094; 2m 6f.
(8 runners)
1
219-142 DONNA?S DELIGHT 39 A M Thomson 7-11-12 ....................... B Hughes 83
2
00-9964 BEAU SANCY 18 (T) K Johnson 6-11-5 ................................ A Clarke (7) 71
3
3UF-532 BOB MAHLER 39 W Greatrex 6-11-5................................... R Johnson l99
4
/315-74 CADEYRN 24 M Scudamore 6-11-5 ................................... T Scudamore 87
5
P43-156 CALL ME 16 L Normile 7-11-5........................................... G Cockburn (3) ?
6
4PU2/4- CARLINGFORD PRINCE 629 T Reed 9-11-5 .......................... H Reed (7) ?
7
25-590 SULTANS PRIDE 16 G Boanas 6-11-5 ............................. R Chapman (5) ?
8
644/3-P TRUST ME I?M A DR 52 V Thompson 9-11-5 ............. Mr D Delahunt (7) ?
BETTING: 4-5 Bob Mahler, 5-2 Donna?s Delight, 3 Cadeyrn, 33 Beau Sancy
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race.
FORM
puted, headed 4 out, driven next,
DONNA?S DELIGHT (11-6) 6-4 rear,
every chance, held, btn 1/2l by Chef
headway 3 out, ridden last, upsides
Des Obeaux (11-2) (6 ran) (Uttoxeter
winner run-in, stayed on, btn 3/4l by
21/2m mdn hdle (5) �469 soft).
Uncle Alastair (11-6) (6 ran) (Ayr
1
CADEYRN (11-0) 13-2 chased leaders,
2 /2m nov hdle (4) �899 heavy).
outpaced 3 out, rallied before last,
BEAU SANCY (10-11) 28-1 4th of 8 (well
stayed on, 4th of 16 (btn 6 1 / 2l) to
btn) to Quick Pick (11-9) (Sedgefield
Diablo De Rouhet (11-0) (Chepstow
21/2m nov hdle (4) �094 soft).
2m 3f mdn hdle (4) �159 heavy).
BOB MAHLER (10-11) 9-4 led or dis-
1.55
PREMIER LEAGUE BETTING AT 188BET MARES?
NOVICES? HURDLE (4); �094; 2m 5f. (7 runners)
1
1123-31 PETTICOAT TAILS 35 W Greatrex 6-11-5 ........................... R Johnson l99
2
60-22 BIRCH VALE 35 D McCain 6-10-12............................................ B Hughes ?
3
2- CHICAGO LADY 625 D McCain 7-10-12............................. L Murtagh (5) ?
4
37-574U HERMANUS 21 J Ewart 6-10-12.................................................. H Brooke ?
5
P-34324 KATY ROYAL 42 C Fairhurst 6-10-12 ........................................ J Colliver 90
6
211-3 MY OLD GOLD 39 N Richards 8-10-12....................................... C Nichol 94
7
RYLESTONE W Coltherd 7-10-12........................................ S Coltherd (5) ?
BETTING: 5-4 Petticoat Tails, 4 My Old Gold, 5 Birch Vale, 6 Katy Royal
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race.
FORM
PETTICOAT TAILS (10-12) 13-8 fav CHICAGO LADY (11-10) 7-1 kept on,
btn 5l by Timetobenefit (11-0) (16
led 3 out, blundered next, switched
ran) (3m point-to-point good).
last, driven and stayed on strongly,
bt Schiaparannie (11-5) 11/2l HER- KATY ROYAL (10-13) 9-1 held up, ridden 2 out, 4th of 11 (btn 19l) to
MANUS (10-12) 18-1 led until 3 out,
Buckle Street (11-5) (Catterick 3m 1f
faded, 4th (btn 12l) (9 ran) (Wethhcap hdle (4) �249 good to soft).
erby 21/2m nov hdle (4) �574 soft).
BIRCH VALE (10-12) 11-4 led until 1f MY OLD GOLD (10-7) 11-2 pushed
3
along 2 out, kept on, 3rd of 10 (btn
out, kept on, btn 2 /4l by Eternally
11l) to Mcgowan?s Pass (11-0) (Ayr
Yours (10-9) (12 ran) (Sedgefield 2m
2m mdn hdle (5) �599 heavy).
1f NHF (6) �560 soft).
2.30
IN PLAY BETTING AT 188BET HANDICAP CHASE (3);
value to the winner �343; 2m 7f.
(6 runners)
1
319-735 DE VOUS A MOI 10 (C) S Smith 10-11-12.................................... D Cook 75
2
P-5531P KIMBERLITE CANDY 13 (BF) T Lacey 6-11-11.......................... A Johns 97
3
1831F-P NEWTOWN LAD 59 (B,T;BF) L Russell 8-11-6 .............. T Scudamore l99
4
5/4-PP3 CENTRAL FLAME 38 J Walton 10-11-5 ..................... Miss C Walton (3) 96
5
1FP-5PP ALTO DES MOTTES 19 (BH;CD) H Hogarth 8-11-2......... J Hamilton (3) ?
6
P233346 PRESENTED 28 (C) L Harrison 11-10-0.......................... R Chapman (5) 96
BETTING: 9-4 Kimberlite Candy, 7-2 Newtown Lad, 4 De Vous A Moi, 7 Central
Flame, 8 Alto Des Mottes, 16 Presented
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd RR
2017: Alto Des Mottes 7-11-0 T Kelly 11-1 (H Hogarth), 6 ran.
FORM
(11-1) 19l (5 ran) (Ayr 3m nov hcap
DE VOUS A MOI (11-2) 9-1 led until 5
ch (4) �874 heavy).
out, pushed along next, ridden and
weakened 3 out, 5th of 8 (btn 42l) to CENTRAL FLAME (11-4) 28-1 stayed
on to chase leaders 2 out, never a
Donna?s Diamond (10-12) (Haydock
threat, 3rd of 7 (btn 14l) to Very First
2m 7f hcap hdle (3) �122 heavy).
Time (11-6) (Newcastle 2m 7f nov
KIMBERLITE CANDY pulled up latest,
hcap ch (3) �330 soft).
earlier (11-6) 13-2 led or disputed
lead throughout, ridden 3 out, soon ALTO DES MOTTES pulled up latest,
earlier (11-4) 9-1 led, pushed along 2
hard pressed, clear advantage next,
out, headed last, 5th of 7 (btn 91/2l)
stayed on gamely under pressure
to The Tailgater (11-12) (Southwell
flat, just held on, bt General Mahler
21/2m hcap hdle (4) �899 good).
(10-7) nk (10 ran) (Market Rasen 2m
PRESENTED (10-5) 9-1 led, headed 5
5f nov hcap ch (3) �798 soft).
out, weakened before 3 out, 6th of
NEWTOWN LAD pulled up latest, ear10 (btn 31l) to Lochnell (11-3) (Ayr
lier (11-6) 5-2 fav led 6 out, clear
3m hcap ch (4) �614 heavy).
from 4 out, bt Sevenballs Of Fire
3.05
SIX NATIONS RUGBY AT 188BET HANDICAP HURDLE
(4); value to the winner �094; 3m.
(8 runners)
1
3-63143 SKIPTHESCALES 28 (BH;D) P Kirby 6-11-12.............................. A Nicol 98
2
3-80412 TAILOR TOM 19 (PH) D McCain 6-11-11 ............................. W Kennedy 95
3
537-275 CHICORIA 28 T Davidson 9-11-10 ....................................... H Reed (7) l99
4 43U352P MOORLANDS MIST 35 (D) S Ender 11-11-9................... N Moscrop (5) 96
5
2P2-223 AMERICAN LIFE 26 (T,V;BF,D) O Greenall 11-11-5........... R Turner (7) 97
6
262/2-2 TICKANRUN 34 M Hammond 8-10-11 ...................................... J Colliver 96
7
3-376 MILLROSE BELL 53 V Thompson 6-10-8................. Mr A Chadwick (7) 85
8
539-978 LASTIN? MEMORIES 28 (P) S Forster 6-10-6................... J Hamilton (3) 93
BETTING: 5-2 Tailor Tom, 3 American Life, 4 Tickanrun, 11-2 Skipthescales, 10
Moorlands Mist, 20 Chicoria, 25 Millrose Bell, 40 Lastin? Memories
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED and 2017: No corresponding race.
FORM
SKIPTHESCALES (11-4) 4-1 mid-divi- TAILOR TOM (11-4) 8-1 led early,
chased leaders, not clear run and
sion, pushed along 6th, ridden 2
lost place 3 out, stayed on last, finout, plugged on, 3rd of 11 (btn 21l)
ished well to lead close home, bt
to Too Many Chiefs (11-1) CHICOArden Denis (11-9) nk AMERICAN
RIA (11-0) 20-1 faded, 5th (btn 30l)
LIFE (10-13) 2-1 fav held up rear,
LASTIN? MEMORIES (10-2) 33-1
headway 3 out, stayed on, 3rd (btn
weakened 3 out, 8th (well btn) (Ayr
1 3 / 4l) (9 ran) (Bangor 2m 7f hcap
3m hcap hdle (4) �484 heavy).
TAILOR TOM (11-10) 9-4 tracked leadhdle (4) �094 heavy).
ers, kept on well, btn 2l by Chu Chu TICKANRUN (11-1) 6-1 led 3 out, chalPercy (11-7) (5 ran) (Catterick 3m 1f
lenged when mistake 2 out, headed
nov hcap hdle (4) �808 soft).
after last, kept on well, btn 13/4l by
MOORLANDS MIST pulled up latest,
Final Fling (11-6) (16 ran) (Wetherby
earlier (10-3) 7-2 led 13th, headed
3m hcap hdle (5) �249 soft).
21st, pushed along and not fluent 3 MILLROSE BELL (10-0) 80-1 outpaced
out, soon held, no chance, btn 6l by
4 out, tailed off, last of 6 (well btn) to
Lowanbehold (9-12) (6 ran) (Hexham
Contented (10-12) (Sedgefield 21/2m
4m hcap ch (4) �874 heavy).
cond nov hdle (4) �249 soft).
TEMPLEGATE
TOM PEPPER
1.20 ............................Bob Mahler 1.20 ..................................Cadeyrn
1.55.......................Petticoat Tails 1.55...............................Birch Vale
2.30 .........Kimberlite Candy (nb) 2.30 .........Kimberlite Candy (nb)
3.05..............................Tailor Tom 3.05..............................Tailor Tom
3.35.....................Casual Cavalier 3.35 ...........................Jaunty Thor
4.05 ...........................Lord County 4.05 ..............................Bill D?aron
TEMPLEGATE?S TRIO: Tara Bridge (Lingfield) and Kimberlite Candy
(double, Newcastle) with Kommander Kirkup (Southwell). TOM
PEPPER?S DOUBLE: Kings Cross (Lingfield) and Kimberlite Candy
Newcastle). SUNRATINGS? NAP: CASUAL CAVALIER (3.35 Newcastle).
SIRIUS, Sun On Sunday, nap: BOB MAHLER (1.20 Newcastle).
nTIC-TAC: L-H track of 1m 6f, with 11 fences and a steady climb to the line. nLEADING
TRAINERS (2013-2018): Mrs S Smith 17-124, L Russell 15-146, D McCain 14-93, N
Richards 12-66. THIS SEASON: Mrs S Smith 2. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): B
Hughes 37-182, D Cook 11-61, C Nichol 10-92. THIS SEASON: B Hughes 4. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Bob Mahler (1.20) & Petticoat Tails (1.55) trained at Lambourn.
Round trip of 568 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nLIVE ON ATR
GOING: SOFT (HEAVY IN PLACES)
3.35
DOWNLOAD THE APP AT 188BET HANDICAP CHASE
(4); value to the winner �614; 2m.
(6 runners)
1
11-3221 WHITSUNDAYS 5 (T;D) D McCain 9-12-4(7ex)................. L Murtagh (5) 98
2
1123-32 CASUAL CAVALIER 15 (P;CD) G Bewley 10-11-12 ............ B Hughes l99
3
273-45P SHARNEY SIKE 55 (VH;C) W Coltherd 12-11-4 .............. S Coltherd (5) 97
4
21-2P25 CHARLIE SNOW ANGEL 28 (T) Miss S Forster 9-10-11. J Hamilton (3) 95
5
8547-36 JAUNTY THOR 214 (T) Oliver Greenall 8-10-10..................... R T Dunne 88
6
76-7675 DUHALLOWCOUNTRY 35 (B;D) V Thompson 12-10-0 Mr A Chadwick (7) 85
BETTING: 11-8 Whitsundays, 2 Casual Cavalier, 6 Charlie Snow Angel, 10 Sharney
Sike, 12 Jaunty Thor, 50 Duhallowcountry
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd PU
2017: Uno Valoroso 9-11-4 J Hamilton 7-1 (M Walford), 9 ran.
FORM
hcap ch (4) �899 good to soft).
WHITSUNDAYS (11-1) 11-8 fav pushed along 7th, outpaced, headway 2 CHARLIE SNOW ANGEL (11-5) 4-1
ridden 3 out, one pace, 5th of 7 (well
out, led run-in, ran on, bt Vengeur
btn) to Sky Full Of Stars (11-5) (Ayr
De Guye (11-12) 16l (5 ran) (Kelso
2m hcap ch (5) �924 heavy).
2m 1f hcap ch (4) �614 heavy).
CASUAL CAVALIER (12-0) 9-2 rear, JAUNTY THOR (11-12) 8-1 outpaced 3
out, tailed off, 6th of 9 (well btn) to
headway 3 out, kept on one pace,
Brother Scott (11-0) (Cartmel 2m 5f
btn 16l by Rosquero (9-9) (7 ran)
hcap ch (5) �249 good to soft).
(Ayr 2m hcap ch (4) �614 heavy).
SHARNEY SIKE pulled up latest, earli- DUHALLOWCOUNTRY (9-8) 20-1 in
touch, ridden 3 out, 5th of 8 (btn
er (11-10) 8-1 led and disputed until
23l) to Roxyfet (10-13) (Sedgefield
4 out, 5th of 16 (btn 35l) to Golden
2m hcap ch (5) �599 soft).
Investment (12-0) (Wetherby 3m
4.05
PLAY SLOTS AT 188BET CASINO HANDICAP HURDLE
(4); value to the winner �094; 2m.
(8 runners)
1
6111-80 MODULUS 35 (V;CD) P Winks 9-11-12 ................................. R Winks (5) 86
2
541-133 HEARTASIA 27 (H,T;BF,D) S Corbett 5-11-7 ..................... J Corbett (5) 85
3
517-43P SUPRISE VENDOR 15 (D) W Coltherd 12-11-4 ............... S Coltherd (5) 92
4
66P7330 BINGO D?OLIVATE 10 (H;D) G Anderson 7-10-13 ......................... D Fox 98
5
F-55631 LORD COUNTY 4 (P) O Greenall 4-10-12(7ex)................. R Turner (7) l99
6
7P/3- BILL D?ARON 635 (H) J Ewart 7-10-10 .................................... C O?Farrell ?
7
80P586F RAPID FRITZ 73 (T) V Thompson 9-10-5 ................. Mr A Chadwick (7) 97
8
-58U000 INSTINGTIVE 39 L Harrison 7-10-0 ................................. R Chapman (5) 96
BETTING: 6-5 Lord County, 3 Heartasia, 7 Modulus, 8 Suprise Vendor, 9 Bingo
D?Olivate, 14 Bill D?Aron, 20 Rapid Fritz, 33 Instingtive
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd 1-2
2017: Lady Buttons 7-11-8 A Nicol 9-4 JtFav (P Kirby), 11 ran.
MODULUS (10-4) 14-1 held up, headway to press leaders 7th, ridden and
faded 2 out, last of 10 (well btn) to
Only Orsenfoolsies (10-7) (Wetherby
2m 5f hcap hdle (3) �523 soft).
HEARTASIA (10-7) 11-4 fav keen in
rear, headway 3 out, went 3rd next,
kept on, 3rd of 11 (btn 11l) to The
Road Home (11-5) (Musselburgh 2m
mdn hdle (5) �509 good to soft).
SUPRISE VENDOR pulled up latest,
earlier (10-10) 25-1 every chance,
outpaced, plugged on, 3rd of 10 (btn
32l) to Clan Legend (11-7) (Hexham
2m hcap hdle (4) �029 heavy).
BINGO D?OLIVATE (10-10) 16-1 tailed
off from 4 out, 11th of 12 (btn 32l) to
Joke Dancer (11-12) (Haydock 2m
hcap hdle (4) �498 heavy).
FORM
LORD COUNTY (11-1) 12-1 tracked
leader, challenged 3 out, led last,
ran on well, bt Peppay Le Pugh (113) 3 1 / 4l (12 ran) (Doncaster 2m 1f
nov hcap hdle (5) �119 soft).
BILL D?ARON (10-7) 50-1 chased leaders, close up 4 out, outpaced 2 out,
kept on, 3rd of 8 (btn 15l) to Officer
Hoolihan (10-9) (Carlisle 2m 3f nov
hdle (4) �249 good).
BINGO D?OLIVATE (11-11) 20-1 rear,
headway 3f out, stayed on, 3rd of 16
(btn 61/2l) to Lucarno Dancer (10-0)
RAPID FRITZ (10-12) 28-1 led until
5th, 6th (btn 11l) (16 ran) (Hexham
2m hcap hdle (5) �574 soft).
INSTINGTIVE (9-11) 33-1 last of 12
(btn 46l) to Trongate (10-13) (Ayr 2m
3f hcap hdle (4) �899 heavy).
TEMPLEGATE?S TOP TIPS
H
TARA BRIDGE (nap) is the way to go in Lingfield?s
3.45. He had some promising form over fences last
season. His sole victory came in a race that fell apart but
his placed efforts give him a great chance in a
race like this. He ran a cracker over hurdles on
his return to action. Canny trainer Chris Gordon
is in good form and under-rated Tom Cannon
(left) is in the plate.
KIMBERLITE CANDY (2.30 Newcastle, nb)
was pulled up after he was almost brought
down at the second fence last time. A repeat of his
previous Market Rasen win should be good enough.
KOMMANDER KIRKUP (2.15 Southwell, treble) has
been in great form since switching to today?s track.
He was successful on his first two tries on this surface
and he?s only gone down narrowly twice since.
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Benatar, 4 Terrefort, 7
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PAUL NICHOLLS is looking forward to a Game Spirit Chase
clash between Politologue and Altior at Newbury.
Nicholls? star chaser has already won the Tingle Creek and
Desert Orchid Chase and is now set to take on mighty Altior
who is likely to return in the two-mile thriller on Saturday week.
Nicholls said: ?Politologue had a break after Kempton. He?s
very well and ready to go. He will be fit but he will improve
from Newbury. We?re using it as a prep for Cheltenham.?
H
RACING RESULTS
nLAST year?s impressive
Triumph Hurdle hero Defi Du
Seuil is set to take on
Faugheen in Saturday?s BHP
Irish Champion Hurdle at
Leopardstown. Philip Hobbs?
JP McManus-owned fiveyear-old has not been seen
since flopping on his return
at Ascot in November.
PLUMPTON
1.55: 1 DISTINGO Joshua Moore (2-1
fav); 2 Paddy?s Poem (11-4); 3 Weebill
(9-4). 10 ran. 8l; 4 1 / 2l. G L Moore. T:
�90; �10, �10, �20. Ex: �70.
Trifecta: �. CF: �89.
2.25: 1 LE COEUR NET N Fehily (3-1
fav); 2 Money For Nothing (7-1); 3 Sir
Hubert (8-1). 10 ran. 5l; 9l. A Honeyball.
T: � �60, � �20. Ex: �.60. Tric:
�3.85. Trif: �6.90. CF: �.94.
2.55: 1 MY DANCE N Fehily (8-11 fav);
2 Puppet Warrior (7-4); 3 Flemenskill
(8-1). 4 ran. 9l; 6l. A Honeyball. T:
�40; Ex: �10. Trif �20. CF: �32.
3.25: 1 BALLYHEIGUE BAY H Reed
(9-1); 2 Sandhurst Lad (17-2); 3
Plantagenet (7-1). 8 ran (Jully Les
Buxy, Saucysioux 7-2 jt favs). 21/2l; 4l.
C Gordon. T: �.10; �20, �70,
�40. Ex: �6.70. Tricast: �7.71.
Trifecta: �1.20. CF: �.34.
3.55: 1 LEO LUNA Joshua Moore (9-4
fav); 2 Act Now (4-1); 3 Invicta Lake (91). 6 ran. nk; 19l. G L Moore. T: �60;
�30, �10. Ex: �. Trifecta: �.40.
CF: �.83.
4.25: 1 ARGYLE W Clarke (7-1); 2
Upham Running (33-1); 3 Sixties Idol
(16-1). 11 ran (Be Daring 11-4 fav). 21/4l;
3
/ 4l. G L Moore. T: � �50, �90,
�20. Ex: �8.50. Tricast: �51.22.
Trif: �27.10. CF: �6.56.
P/POT: �2. Q/POT: �9.20
HEREFORD
1.40: 1 FLEMINPORT A Coleman (9-2);
2 Tossapenny (evens fav); 3 Fawsley
Spirit (25-1). 12 ran. shd; 14l. J O?Neill.
T: �50; �90, �10, �30. Ex:
�.10. Trif: �0.10. CF: �23.
2.10: 1 REPORT TO BASE L Aspell (411 fav); 2 Shear Rock (7-2); 3 Muffins
For Tea (9-1). 6 ran. 10l; 29l. E
Williams. T: �20; �10, �50. Ex:
�30. Trifecta: �40. CF: �07. NR:
Over To Midnight.
2.40: 1 ALL IS GOOD C Poste (15-8);
2 Snapdragon Fire (7-4 fav); 3 Jaune
Et Bleue (20-1). 11 ran. 1 1 / 2l; 10l. R
Dickin. T: �70; �10, �10, �20.
Ex: �90. Tricast: �.59. Trifecta:
�.70. CF: �85. NR: Captain Jack.
3.10: 1 TOWN PARKS Jamie Moore
(11-4); 2 Silverhow (6-1); 3 Nansaroy
(4-1). 5 ran (Perfect Pirate 5-2 fav). 41/2l;
9l. K Lee. T: �50; �80, � Ex:
�.10. Trifecta: �.70. CF: �.91.
3.40: 1 ANOTHER VENTURE M
Hamill (15-8 fav); 2 Regal Flow (15-2);
3 Houblon Des Obeaux (7-1). 8 ran.
1 1 / 2l; 3 / 4l. K Bailey. T: �30; �10,
�10, � Ex: �. Tricast: �.66.
Trifecta: �.30. CF: �.81.
4.10: 1 ARTHUR MAC R Johnson (61); 2 West To The Bridge (6-5 fav); 3
Glentrool (25-1). 11 ran. 3 / 4l; 6l. P
Hobbs. T: �60; �90, �10, �50.
Ex: �.40. Trifecta: �3. CF: �.48.
4.40: 1 SHOTAVODKA Mr H Nugent
(10-1); 2 Full Trottle (4-1); 3 Sir Jack
Yeats (10-1). 12 ran (Opening Batsman
7-2 fav). 2 1 / 4l; 15l. H Brookshaw. T:
�90; �50, � �50. Ex: �.50.
Trif: �3.30. CF: �.79. NR: D Sting.
JACKPOT: �857.10
P/POT: �50. Q/POT: �80
WOLVERHAMPTON
4.50: 1 ZENOVIA Mr S Walker (13-8
fav); 2 Noneedtotellme (16-1); 3
Malaysian Boleh (10-1). 12 ran. 21/4l;
nk. A Watson. T: �40; �20, �70,
�30. Ex: �.70. Tricast: �6.16.
Trifecta: �2.20. CF: �.48.
5.25: 1 AMBITIOUS BOY B Hampson
(25-1); 2 Black Truffle (7-2); 3
Whispering Soul (40-1). 11 ran (El
Torito 11-4 fav). 3/4l; 23/4l. J G O?Shea.
T: �; �40, �50, �90. Ex:
�1.30. Tricast: �92.50. Trifecta:
�10.30. CF: �5.71.
6.00: 1 MONTAGUE D Costello (8-11
fav); 2 Kheleyf?s Girl (7-2); 3 Give Em
A Clump (5-1). 4 ran. 1 3 / 4 l; 5l. J
Osborne. T: �30; Ex: �90. Trifecta:
�10. CF: �61. NR: Gowing Gowing
Gone, Magic Mark.
6.30: 1 STELLAR SURPRISE P J
McDonald (7-1); 2 Carolinae (8-1); 3
Zest (3-1). 6 ran (D?guista 15-8 fav).
3
/4l; 3/4l. S Williams. T: �30; �40, �90.
Ex: �.50. Trifecta: �. CF: �.27.
7.00: 1 TECHNOLOGICAL O Murphy
(11-8 fav); 2 Reverberation (11-2); 3
Polly?s Gold (40-1). 6 ran. 6l; 11/4l. G
Margarson. T: �20; �20, �50. Ex:
�20. Trifecta: �4.10. CF: �70.
7.30: 1 ABE LINCOLN K Shoemark
(1-2 fav); 2 Maximinus Thrax (7-4); 3
Wediddodontwe (20-1). 5 ran. nk; 11/4l.
J Noseda. T: �30; �10, �10. Ex:
�60. Trifecta: �70. CF: �60.
8.00: 1 MURDANOVA P J McDonald
(15-8 fav); 2 Muhajjal (4-1); 3
Smugglers Creek (7-1). 10 ran. 11/4l;
13/4l. I Furtado. T: �60; �10, �10,
�80. Ex: �.10. Tricast: �.61.
Trifecta: �0.10. CF: �.05. NR:
Major Crispies, Smokethatthunders.
P/POT: �2.20. Q/POT: �.70
BOX CLEVER
nTRAINERTRACE: LINGFIELD 4.15 Hit The Headlines L Dace to N
Dunger, 4.15 Rocket Ronnie B Barr to B Pauling. NEWCASTLE 1.55
Chicago Lady D Doyle to D McCain. SOUTHWELL 2.15 Brockholes B
Smart to J Camacho, 2.15 One For Jodie M Appleby to S Gollings, 3.25
Essential G Scott to O Williams. nHOT TRAINERS: C Gordon 4 winners
from last 9 runners; O Murphy 7 from 22; N Henderson 8 from 30; W
Greatrex 7 from 25. nHOT JOCKEYS: F Gregory 5 winners from last 7 rides;
G Sheehan 7 from 18; B Curtis 5 from 18. nJOB JOCKEYS: SOUTHWELL R
Winston rides Street Poet (4.25) for M Herrington, 8 winners from 35 rides,
23%. LINGFIELD T Dowling rides The Game Is A Foot (2.05), Finnegan?s
Garden (3.45) for Z Davison, 4 winners from 8 rides, 50%. F Gregory rides
Foxtrot Juliet (1.30) for O Murphy, 10 from 32, 31%. NEWCASTLE B
Hughes rides Birch Vale (1.55) for D McCain, 15 winners from 47 rides,
32%. C O?Farrell rides Bill D?aron (4.05) for J Ewart, 3 from 10, 30%.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
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GOING: HEAVY
SOUTHWELL
LINGFIELD JUMPERS
TEMPLEGATE
1.00
EBF MARES? INTERMEDIATE OPEN NH FLAT RACE
(DIV 1) (Class 5); winner �924; 2m.
(9 runners)
1
15 MADAM ANNA 230 (HH) L Jewell 5-11-9 ...................... J Sherwood (3) 93
2
5-8 DUBAI DIRHAM 66 S Smith 5-11-2.......................................... G Sheehan ?
3
EL DEGUELLO A Carroll 5-11-2 ................................................ L Edwards ?
4
05 MISTY BLOOM 56 E Lavelle 5-11-2 ............................................. L Aspell 79
5
04 MUCH TOO MUCH 77 H Morrison 5-11-2 .............................. B Frost (5) 80
6
NO NO JULIET O Sherwood 5-11-2............................................... L Aspell ?
7
30 OBORNE LADY 35 J W Mullins 5-11-2 .................................. K Jones (5) 75
8
7 BEHRANELL 52 (BF) D Dennis 4-10-5..................................... A Coleman ?
9
33 FFORBIDDEN LOVE 17 N King 4-10-5 .................................. T Whelan l99
BETTING: 2 Fforbidden Love, 4 Madam Anna, 6 Much Too Much, Misty Bloom
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd abd 1
2017: Polly?s Pursuit 5-10-11 N Curtis 5-2 Fav (N Henderson), 14 ran.
1.30
EBF MARES? INTERMEDIATE OPEN NH FLAT RACE
(DIV 2) (5); winner �924; 2m.
(9 runners)
1
5-02 CEARA BE 63 A Hales 5-11-2 ..................................................... K Woods 90
2
FAR CRY H Morrison 5-11-2 ..................................................... T J O?Brien ?
3
FOXTROT JULIET O Murphy 5-11-2 .................................... F Gregory (7) ?
4
7 KENTFORD MALLARD 35 J W Mullins 5-11-2 ................. D Sansom (7) 71
5
ORIENTAL FLAME (HH) C Mann 5-11-2 ............................... H Bannister ?
6
2 SIMONIA 27 (BF) N Henderson 5-11-2.................................. N Curtis (5) 98
7
1 BUILDMEUPBUTTERCUP 69 M Channon 4-10-12 .................... G Lee l99
8
BE HAPPY TWO R Hodges 4-10-5............................................. H Cobden ?
9
SIXTY?S BELLE A King 4-10-5............................................. W Hutchinson ?
BETTING: 11-10 Simonia, 4 Buildmeupbuttercup, 6 Foxtrot Juliet, 8 Sixty?s Belle
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd abd 1
2017: Polly?s Pursuit 5-10-11 N Curtis 5-2 Fav (N Henderson), 14 ran.
2.05
SIX NATIONS RUGBY AT 188BET HANDICAP HURDLE
(4); value to the winner �484; 2m.
(5 runners)
1
/2-0417 CLAYTON 24 (CD) G L Moore 9-11-12............................. Joshua Moore 98
2
51/4267 AWAY FOR SLATES 14 (BH) D Skelton 8-11-12 ................. H Skelton l99
3
33-8644 VICENZO MIO 12 (P,T;D) C Gordon 8-11-9............................. T Cannon 85
4
07-4111 THE GAME IS A FOOT 56 (CD) Z Davison 11-11-5 .......... T Dowling (5) 97
5
R5-6555 NORTHANDSOUTH 8 (H;D) S Drinkwater 8-10-0 ..................B Frost (5) 86
BETTING: 7-4 The Game Is A Foot, 2 Clayton, 3 Vicenzo Mio, 8 Away For Slates
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd abd 5
2017: Annie Alainn 10-11-10 P Brennan 5-1 (F O?Brien), 7 ran.
2.40
DAILY RACING SPECIALS AT 188BET HANDICAP
CHASE (5); �509; 2m 7f 110yds.
(12 runners)
1
56-1114 IRISH OCTAVE 56 (P;D) R Gasson 8-11-12 ................................ B Poste 93
2
23-0232 FOR CARMEL 9 (T;BF) P Henderson 8-11-10........................ P Brennan 92
3
632-255 ITOLDYOU 22 (P) L Jewell 12-11-10................................... A Thornton l99
4
36UU-22 VERY LIVE 30 (V;C) P Webber 9-11-10 ............................... R McLernon 94
5
2P62452 KINGS CROSS 11 (P,T;C) A Carroll 8-11-9 ............................ L Edwards 98
6
-59384P GOWELL 9 (B,T) J W Mullins 7-11-3 ...................................... K Jones (5) 97
7
114-5PP GENERAL GIRLING 11 (B) R Hodges 11-11-1 ....................... H Cobden 86
8
60-05P ULVA FERRY 24 C Gordon 6-10-13 ..................................... D G Noonan 85
9
9512-P3 VEAUCE DE SIVOLA 27 (T;CD) B Barr 9-10-7 ................. M Bastyan (5) 94
10 13992/P RESIDENCE AND SPA 54 (T) H Rees 10-10-6..................... C Shoemark ?
11 16-65U7 BURGESS DREAM 40 A N-Smith 9-10-5 .................................. J McGrath ?
12 P60-442 CARQALIN 13 (P;BF) K Bailey 6-10-5 .................................. M Hamill (5) 93
BETTING: 4 Very Live, 9-2 For Carmel, 6 Carqalin, 7 Kings Cross, 8 Irish Octave,
10 Itoldyou, 12 Veauce De Sivola, 12 Burgess Dream
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: 2
2017: Matrow?s Lady 10-11-0 N Fehily 9-1 (N Mulholland), 9 ran.
IRISH OCTAVE (11-12) 7-2 rear but in
touch, kept on, 4th of 6 (btn 83/4l) to
Corner Creek (11-10) (Southwell 3m
hcap ch (5) �899 good).
FOR CARMEL (11-7) 9-2 fav led 14th
until 4 out, every chance, btn 7l by
Mount Oliver (10-4) GOWELL (10-9)
14-1 behind, pulled up 14th (Fontwell 31/4m hcap ch (5) �314 heavy).
ITOLDYOU (10-10) 13-2 last of 5 (btn
45l) to Greyed A (11-12) (Font-well
31/4m hcap ch (4) �614 soft).
VERY LIVE (11-2) 4-1 handy, led 11th,
headed last, btn 2 3 / 4 l by Native
Robin (11-12) (7 ran) (Warwick 21/2m
hcap ch (4) �198 heavy).
KINGS CROSS (11-7) 17-2 held up
rear, headway 5 out, plugged on,
btn 14l by Becauseshesaidso (11-9)
GENERAL GIRLING (10-9) 14-1
pulled up 4 out (13 ran) (Chepstow
2m 3f hcap ch (5) �314 heavy).
GOWELL pulled up latest, earlier (1011) 20-1 kept on, 4th of 9 (btn 22l) to
Crank Em Up (12-3) ULVA FERRY
(11-2) 20-1 pulled up (Wincanton 3m
1f nov hcap ch (4) �614 heavy).
CARQALIN (10-10) 6-1 every chance,
one pace, 4th of 12 (btn 32l) to
Goring One (11-6) GENERAL GIRL-
FORM
ING (11-3) 8-1 every chance 4 out,
faded, 5th (well btn) RESIDENCE
AND SPA (10-13) 33-1 well behind 4
out, pulled up (12 ran) (Wincanton
3m 3f hcap ch (5) �924 soft).
FOR CARMEL (11-4) 10-3 fav mistakes, led 4 out, headed next, weakened 2 out, 3rd of 9 (btn 25l) to Cap
Horner (11-13) ULVA FERRY (11-3)
16-1 under pressure 4 out, 5th (btn
41l) BURGESS DREAM (9-11) 7-2
unseated rider 6th (9 ran) (Lingfield
2m 7f nov hcap ch (4) �198 soft).
VEAUCE DE SIVOLA (10-0) 7-2 ridden
12th, stayed on, 3rd of 5 (btn 43/4l)
to Hedgeinator (12-0) (Ludlow 3m
cond hcap ch (4) �263 soft).
RESIDENCE AND SPA pulled up latest, earlier (9-9) 25-1 headway 3 out,
every chance last, switched run-in,
stayed on, held, btn 3/4l by Badger
Wood (11-5) (13 ran) (Taunton 2m 7f
nov hcap ch (4) �198 heavy).
BURGESS DREAM (11-0) 20-1 7th of
16 (btn 26l) to Triopas (11-4) (Towcester 3m hdle (5) �249 soft).
CARQALIN (10-9) 11-8 fav challenged
12th, kept on, btn 10l by The Last
Bridge (11-2) (4 ran) (Market Rasen
3m hcap ch (5) �899 heavy).
TEMPLEGATE
1.00 ....................Fforbidden Love
1.30 ..................................Simonia
2.05 ...........................Vicenzo Mio
2.40 ...........................Kings Cross
3.15.............................Lostnfound
3.45...............TARA BRIDGE (nap)
4.15 ...................................Filatore
TOM PEPPER
1.00 ..........................Misty Bloom
1.30 ....................................Far Cry
2.05 ..............The Game Is A Foot
2.40 ..............KINGS CROSS (nap)
3.15...................................Beleave
3.45...............................Mr Fitzroy
4.15 ............Richardofdoccombe
nTIC-TAC: L-H course, undulating, 1m 4f round, with nine easy fences to a circuit and a
200yd run-in. nTOP TRAINERS (2013-2018): G L Moore 11-96, J W Mullins 8-54, C
Gordon 7-42, N Henderson 6-20. THIS SEASON: G L Moore 2, Z Davison 2, J Snowden
2. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): L Aspell 12-55, G Sheehan 11-35, Joshua Moore 8-49.
THIS SEASON: L Aspell 3. nLONGEST TRAVELLER: Filatore (4.15) trained at Bargoed.
Round trip of 340 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND OP: None. nLIVE ON ATR
3.15
188BET CASINO MARES? NOVICES? HURDLE (4);
value to the winner �159; 2m.
(6 runners)
1
4-51 LOSTNFOUND 65 (D) J Snowden 5-11-5............................... G Sheehan 98
2
BELEAVE F328 (HH) L Dace 5-10-12 ........................................... L Aspell ?
3
/P33-62 IRONDALE EXPRESS 24 F Brennan 7-10-12 ...................... H Cobden l99
4
8/25F5 NEETSIDE 29 D Dennis 6-10-12................................... S Twiston-Davies 83
5
6 OSCARS LITTLE ROSE 30 S Thomas 5-10-12 .................. C Deutsch (3) ?
6
057 SHE?S GINA 18 J W Mullins 5-10-12 ......................................... J McGrath ?
BETTING: 4-5 Lostnfound, 3 Neetside, 7 Beleave, 10 Oscars Little Rose
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd abd 2
2017: Molly Carew 5-10-9 S Corby 33-1 (N Mulholland), 4 ran.
3.45
PLAY ROULETTE AT 188BET HANDICAP CHASE (4);
value to the winner �133; 2m.
(6 runners)
1
12P-04F MR FITZROY 10 (T) J Davis 8-11-12 ........................................ J M Davies ?
2
314P/47 RUBY RAMBLER 19 L Wadham 8-11-11 .................................... L Aspell 85
3
U73-613 WEYBURN 29 (T) M Keighley 7-11-9 ......................................... A Tinkler 98
4
363F1-2 TARA BRIDGE 23 C Gordon 10-11-7 ......................................... T Cannon ?
5
4253-25 MR MUDDLE 47 (P) G L Moore 11-11-6 ......................... Jamie Moore l99
6
31-521U FINNEGAN?S GARDEN 11 Z Davison 9-10-0 .................... T Dowling (5) 97
BETTING: 6-4 Tara Bridge, 4 Mr Muddle, Mr Fitzroy, 5 Weyburn, 10 Ruby Rambler
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd abd 1
2017: Doitforthevillage 8-11-11 P Brennan 3-1 Fav (P Henderson), 7 ran.
4.15
PREMIER LEAGUE BETTING AT 188BET HANDICAP
HURDLE (5); �509; 2m 3f 110yds.
(10 runners)
1
023277P BLACK ANTHEM 12 B Barr 6-11-12.................................. J Bowen (3) l99
2
80-007F STOLBERG 23 D L Williams 10-11-12 ....................................... D Crosse 95
3
-F50620 PROJECT MARS 23 (P) N Gifford 6-11-11 ....................... M Bastyan (5) 97
4
276063U BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY F27 (P;D) B Barr 9-11-9 ..... Mr L Williams (7) 88
5
4249556 ROCKET RONNIE 19 (T) B Pauling 8-11-7....................... N De Boinville 85
6
324-P24 LANDSCAPE 23 (D) D Steele 10-11-4.................................. M Batchelor 88
7
P22/55- HIT THE HEADLINES 414 (T) N Dunger 12-11-4......................... L Aspell ?
8
22-7384 FILATORE 19 (B;D) B J Llewellyn 9-10-13................... Mr J Williams (7) 98
9
6/9P-32 RICHARDOFDOCCOMBE 30 (T;BF,D) G Haywood 12-10-10 K Edgar (3) 90
10 5776P-3 SCARTARE 56 Mrs R Gasson 7-10-4........................................... B Poste 85
BETTING: 10-3 Richardofdoccombe, 9-2 Stolberg, 7 Landscape, Bohemian
Rhapsody, Scartare, 8 Project Mars, 10 Hit The Headlines, Black Anthem
WHERE FAVOURITES FINISHED: abd 1
2017: Good Man Hughie 8-11-9 Jamie Moore 7-2 Fav (G L Moore), 11 ran.
BLACK ANTHEM pulled up latest, earlier (11-0) 14-1 led until 3 out, soon
lost place, 7th of 9 (btn 19l) to The
Game Is A Foot (10-8) (Lingfield 2m
3f hcap hdle (4) �549 soft).
STOLBERG fell latest, earlier (10-1)
40-1 always rear, 7th of 9 (well btn)
to Lovenormoney (11-9) (Chepstow
3m hcap hdle (3) �848 heavy).
PROJECT MARS (11-7) 5-1 tailed off,
11th of 13 (well btn) to Jully Les
Buxy (11-8) STOLBERG (11-12) 14-1
close 3rd and every chance when
stumbled and fell last (Plumpton
21/2m hcap hdle (5) �119 heavy).
BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY unseated
rider latest, earlier (10-1) 16-1 held
up, led 4 out, headed 2 out, ridden,
3rd of 10 (btn 81/2l) to Dandy Duke
(11-9) (Southwell 3m amat hcap
hdle (4) �743 soft).
FILATORE (10-13) 22-1 one pace, 4th
FORM
of 8 (btn 26l) to Robin Of Locksley
(11-9) ROCKET RONNIE (10-13) 16-1
6th (well btn) (8 ran) (Leicester 21/2m
sell hdle (5) �834 heavy).
LANDSCAPE (10-10) 9-2 led until 2
out, weakened, 4th of 8 (btn 19l) to
Not Never (11-12) (Plumpton 2m
hcap hdle (4) �289 heavy).
HIT THE HEADLINES (11-7) 14-1 held
up, hit 2nd, reminders, ridden 7th,
no extra, 5th of 8 (btn 25l) to Miss
Oscarose (10-0) (Plumpton 2 1 / 2m
hcap ch (5) �249 good to soft).
RICHARDOFDOCCOMBE (10-5) 7-2
fav strong challenge when mistake 2
out, stayed on, held, btn 1 / 2 l by
Comber Mill (11-5) (9 ran) (Uttoxeter
2m hcap hdle (5) �469 heavy).
SCARTARE (10-11) 8-1 headway 4
out, kept on, 3rd of 11 (btn 13l) to
Rif Raftou (11-0) (Southwell 2 1 / 2m
hcap hdle (5) �899 good).
EACH-WAY THIEF
WINNING point-to-pointer FOR CARMEL (2.40 Lingfield)
has shown enough in two runs over fences to suggest he
can win a race like this. Have an each-way double with inform BEST TAMAYUZ (3.25 Southwell) who loves it here.
ABC RUNNERS CHECK: L-Lingfield, N-Newcastle, S-Southwell
Alfonso Manana 2.15S
Alto Des Mottes 2.30N
Amazing Grazing 2.15S
American Life 3.05N
Angel Palanas 2.15S
Away For Slates 2.05L
Be Happy Two 1.30L
Beau Sancy 1.20N
Beau Strata 3.25S
Behranell 1.00L
Beleave 3.15L
Berlios 2.15S
Best Tamayuz 3.25S
Big Amigo 3.25S
Bill D?aron 4.05N
Bingo D?olivate 4.05N
Bingo George 3.25S
Birch Vale 1.55N
Black Anthem 4.15L
Bob Mahler 1.20N
Bobby K 2.50S
Bohemian Rhapsody 4.15L
Breaking Free 3.25S
Brigadoon 1.40S
Bright Saffron 2.50S
Brockholes 2.15S
Buildmeupbuttercup 1.30L
Burgess Dream 2.40L
Cadeyrn 1.20N
Caledonian Gold 4.25S
Call Me 1.20N
Canford Thompson 4.25S
Carlingford Prince 1.20N
Carqalin 2.40L
Casual Cavalier 3.35N
Ceara Be 1.30L
Central Flame 2.30N
Charlie Snow Angel 3.35N
Chicago Lady 1.55N
Chicoria 3.05N
Clayton 2.05L
Count Montecristo 3.55S
Cousin Khee 1.40S
Crosse Fire 2.15S
Daisy Bere 3.55S
De Vous A Moi 2.30N
Declamation 2.15S
Dichato 2.50S
Donna?s Delight 1.20N
Dubai Dirham 1.00L
Duhallowcountry 3.35N
El Deguello 1.00L
Epicurious 1.40S
Essential 3.25S
Far Cry 1.30L
Fforbidden Love 1.00L
Filatore 4.15L
Finnegan?s Garden 3.45L
For Carmel 2.40L
Foxtrot Juliet 1.30L
French 3.25S
General Girling 2.40L
General Tufto 4.25S
Gowell 2.40L
Heartasia 4.05N
Hermanus 1.55N
Hit The Headlines 4.15L
Instingtive 4.05N
Irish Octave 2.40L
Irondale Express 3.15L
Itoldyou 2.40L
Jack Blane 3.25S
Jaunty Thor 3.35N
Justice Pleasing 3.25S
Katy Royal 1.55N
Kentford Mallard 1.30L
Kimberlite Candy 2.30N
Kings Cross 2.40L
Kommander Kirkup 2.15S
L?es Fremantle 3.55S
Landscape 4.15L
Lastin? Memories 3.05N
Lord County 4.05N
Lostnfound 3.15L
Love Rat 2.50S
Madam Anna 1.00L
Meandmyshadow 3.25S
Mehdi 2.15S
Millrose Bell 3.05N
Mister Freeze 2.15S
Misty Bloom 1.00L
Modulus 4.05N
Monte Cinq 2.15S
Moorlands Mist 3.05N
Mr Fitzroy 3.45L
Mr Muddle 3.45L
Much Too Much 1.00L
Mujassam 3.55S
Muqarred 3.55S
My Old Gold 1.55N
Neetside 3.15L
Newtown Lad 2.30N
Night Spark 2.50S
No No Juliet 1.00L
Noble Ballad 3.55S
Northandsouth 2.05L
Oborne Lady 1.00L
One For Jodie 2.15S
Oriental Flame 1.30L
Oscars Little Rose 3.15L
Pearl Nation 3.55S
Petticoat Tails 1.55N
Presented 2.30N
Pretty Moi 2.50S
Project Mars 4.15L
Rapid Fritz 4.05N
Residence And Spa 2.40L
Richardofdoccombe 4.15L
Rivers Of Asia 4.25S
Rocket Ronnie 4.15L
Royal Holiday 4.25S
Ruby Rambler 3.45L
Rylestone 1.55N
Samtu 1.40S
Scartare 4.15L
Seaview 3.25S
Senatus 1.40S
Sharney Sike 3.35N
She?s Gina 3.15L
Simonia 1.30L
Simply Clever 4.25S
Sixty?s Belle 1.30L
Skipthescales 3.05N
Sleep Easy 1.40S
Sooqaan 4.25S
Stolberg 4.15L
Street Poet 4.25S
Sultans Pride 1.20N
Suprise Vendor 4.05N
Tagur 3.25S
Tailor Tom 3.05N
Tara Bridge 3.45L
The Amber Fort 2.15S
The Game Is A Foot 2.05L
Tickanrun 3.05N
Trust Me I?m A Dr 1.20N
Ulva Ferry 2.40L
Veauce De Sivola 2.40L
Very Live 2.40L
Vicenzo Mio 2.05L
Weyburn 3.45L
Whitsundays 3.35N
Zarkavon 4.25S
1.40
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HANDICAP (Class 5); winner
�752; 1m 6f.
(6 runners)
1.40.........................................................Cousin Khee
2.15 ............................................Kommander Kirkup
2.50 ..........................................................Night Spark
3.25 ......................................................Breaking Free
3.55 .........................................................Pearl Nation
4.25 ................................................................Sooqaan
3-66 BRIGADOON 14 (CD) M Appleby 11-10-0... L Morris
32-5 SAMTU 29 (T;CD) M Fife 7-10-0 ............... B McHugh
767- SLEEP EASY 50 (P;C,D) N Mulholland 6-9-12 .... R Winston
4-21 SENATUS 7 (H;C) K McLintock 6-9-12(6ex) P McDonald
642- COUSIN KHEE 50 (CD) H Morrison 11-9-7 . C Bennett (3)
77-6 EPICURIOUS 10 (BH) B Meehan 4-8-9....... K O?Neill
Samtu l 99, Senatus 98, Brigadoon 97.
11-10 Senatus, 3 Cousin Khee, 13-2 Epicurious, 15-2
Samtu, 10 Brigadoon, 14 Sleep Easy
2.15
1 (12)
2 (8)
3 (10)
4 (13)
5 (7)
6 (1)
7 (11)
8 (3)
9 (9)
10 (4)
11 (2)
12 (6)
13 (5)
TOM PEPPER
1.40.................................................................Senatus
2.15...................................................................Berlios
2.50..................................................................Dichato
3.25 ...............................................................Essential
3.55 ............................................................Daisy Bere
4.25 ...........................................................Street Poet
HANDICAP (5); winner �752;
6f.
(13 runners)
9-86 MEHDI 15 (PH,T;D) P Morris 9-9-8 . C Rodriguez (3)
5-20 MONTE CINQ 17 (H) J Ward 4-9-8............... C Hardie
-331 AMAZING GRAZING 17 (E;D) R Guest 4-9-8 B Sanderson (7)
4-44 CROSSE FIRE 5 (V;CD) S Dixon 6-9-7 ........ K O?Neill
7-31 ANGEL PALANAS 21 (P;CD) K Burke 4-9-6 R Harris (7)
1-18 DECLAMATION 16 (CD) J Butler 8-9-5 .... R Winston
2-65 THE AMBER FORT 17 (BH;D) D O?Meara 4-9-5. S Gray
1-22 KOMMANDER KIRKUP 21 (P;CD) M Herrington 7-9-5 A Mullen
6/4- BROCKHOLES 369 J Camacho 5-9-4 ......... Doubtful
0-52 BERLIOS 17 (C) R Bastiman 5-9-2 ................ P Makin
27-0 MISTER FREEZE 14 (PH,T;CD) P Chamings 4-9-0 J Haynes
0-74 ALFONSO MANANA 12 (B;D) J Given 4-8-12 R Kingscote
430- ONE FOR JODIE 283 S Gollings 7-8-7 ... J P Sullivan
nTIC-TAC: Round L-H all-weather fibresand track with a 2f runin. Straight 5f course. nDRAW: Low best from 6f to 1m. nBEST
TRAINERS (2013-2018): M Appleby 128-732, S Dixon 51-549, K
Dalgleish 27-158, K Burke 25-110. THIS SEASON: M Appleby 4,
K Burke 3, S Dixon 2. nTOP JOCKEYS (2013-2018): A Mullen
73-477, L Morris 68-475, B Curtis 48-291, A Rawlinson 37-203.
THIS SEASON: A Mullen 4, B Curtis 4, K O?Neill 3. nLONGEST
TRAVELLER: Jack Blane (3.25) trained at Carluke. Round trip of
536 miles. nFIRST RUN SINCE WIND SURGERY: Beau Strata
(3.25). nJACKPOT: 1-6. nLIVE ON ATR
Alfonso Manana l 99, Angel Palanas 98, Mister Freeze 97.
4 Angel Palanas, 9-2 Kommander Kirkup, 6 Amazing
Grazing, 7 Berlios, 10 The Amber Fort, Crosse Fire
2.50
1
2
3
4
5
6
NOVICE STAKES (5); 3-y-o; winner
�752; 1m.
(6 runners)
(1)
9 BOBBY K 24 S Crisford 9-2 ........................... R Havlin
(6) 3-24 DICHATO 13 (T,V) S C Williams 9-2 ... P J McDonald
(5) 5-2 LOVE RAT 25 S Dixon 9-2 ............................ K O?Neill
(2) 07-3 NIGHT SPARK 16 (T) R Beckett 9-2...... R Kingscote
(3)
0 BRIGHT SAFFRON 10 G Scott 8-11............... F Berry
(4)
PRETTY MOI J O?Keeffe 8-11...................... J Garritty
Love Rat l 99, Night Spark 96, Dichato 87.
15-8 Love Rat, 9-4 Dichato, 4 Night Spark, 7 Bright Saffron
3.25
1 (9)
2 (7)
3 (11)
4 (6)
5 (4)
6 (8)
7 (10)
8 (3)
9 (12)
10 (2)
11 (5)
12 (1)
HANDICAP (6); winner �105;
7f.
(12 runners)
3-20 FRENCH 7 (V) A Brittain 5-9-10 .................... C Hardie
4-23 TAGUR 11 (V;D) K Ryan 4-9-10 ............... C Noble (5)
3-15 MEANDMYSHADOW 16 (B;CD) A Brown 10-9-10 R Winston
76-3 ESSENTIAL 27 O Williams 4-9-7......... P Vaughan (7)
7-66 JUSTICE PLEASING 11 (P;D) R Fell 5-9-6 B Sanderson (7)
3-25 BIG AMIGO 12 (E;C) D Loughnane 5-9-6 . B A Curtis
4-21 BEST TAMAYUZ 12 (P;CD) S Dixon 7-9-4.. K O?Neill
-403 JACK BLANE 7 (P;D) K Dalgleish 4-9-4........ P Makin
88-7 SEAVIEW 12 (P;CD) D Brown 4-9-2 ........ A Jones (3)
16-1 BREAKING FREE 27 (P;C,D) J J Quinn 4-9-0.. J Hart
896/ BEAU STRATA 521 (TH) C Mulhall 4-8-10.. J P Sullivan
5-60 BINGO GEORGE 20 (C) M Rimell 5-8-10 ... R Hornby
Jack Blane l 99, Big Amigo 98, Best Tamayuz 97.
4 Best Tamayuz, 5 Tagur, 6 Jack Blane, Breaking Free, 8
Meandmyshadow, Big Amigo, 10 French, 12 Essential
3.55
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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(4)
(1)
(6)
(3)
(7)
(5)
CLAIMER (6); winner �105;
1m.
(7 runners)
6-63 MUJASSAM 13 (B;C) D O?Meara 6-9-12. P Vaughan (7)
03-5 COUNT MONTECRISTO 5 (P;D) K Ryan 6-9-6 . C Noble (5)
-620 MUQARRED 5 (P;CD) R Fell 6-9-6........... T Hamilton
7-15 PEARL NATION 12 (CD) M Appleby 9-9-6 .. L Morris
7-79 NOBLE BALLAD 16 (B;C) R Beckett 4-9-2 E Wilkinson (7)
5-64 DAISY BERE 10 (BH;CD) K Burke 5-9-1 P O?Hanlon (7)
0/7- L?ES FREMANTLE J68 M Chapman 7-8-11 D Fentiman
Daisy Bere l 99, Mujassam 97, Muqarred 97.
2 Pearl Nation, 11-4 Mujassam, 9-2 Daisy Bere, Muqarred, 8
Count Montecristo, 12 Noble Ballad, 66 L?es Fremantle
4.25
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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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(7)
(4)
(2)
(6)
(8)
(9)
(1)
(5)
HANDICAP (6); winner �105;
1m.
(9 runners)
-711 SOOQAAN 7 (CD) A Brittain 7-9-12(6ex) ..... C Hardie
625- STREET POET 39 (PH) M Herrington 5-9-7 .. R Winston
40-4 RIVERS OF ASIA 18 (BH) M Smith 5-9-4......... R Kingscote
90-4 CANFORD THOMPSON 7 M Appleby 5-9-3.... A Rawlinson
680- ROYAL HOLIDAY 57 (P;CD) Mrs M Fife 11-9-0.. B McHugh
8-39 SIMPLY CLEVER 10 (D) D Brown 5-8-10 P J McDonald
9532 GENERAL TUFTO 7 (B;CD) C Smith 13-8-7.... J Haynes
4-36 CALEDONIAN GOLD 12 (B) P D?Arcy 5-8-7 A Mullen
87-9 ZARKAVON 12 (V) J Wainwright 4-8-7 ... J P Sullivan
Sooqaan l 99, General Tufto 98, Rivers Of Asia 97.
6-4 Sooqaan, 4 General Tufto, 6 Street Poet, Rivers Of Asia
GREYHOUND TIPS AND RETURNS
SELECTIONS
nNOTTINGHAM: 11.03 Proper Primrose
(nap) (1-2-6) 11.19 Penniment Daisy (2-65) 11.34 Long Grass (1-3-5) 11.48
Moneypenny (6-3-2) 12.04 Bigwood
Messer (4-3-5) 12.18 Sybarite (3-4-1)
12.32 Clondoty Lucy (6-2-3) 12.47
Ballyroyal Jules (3-2-1) 1.04 Salacres Hill
(3-2-1) 1.19 Huarache Pacha (1-3-2) 1.33
Theos Charm (1-2-3) 1.51 Wheres
Droopy (nb) (6-5-1)
nMONMORE: 2.06 Ardera Dazler (3-6-2)
2.22 Seifton Jo (nap) (4-1-6) 2.42
Ballymac Mairead (4-1-3) 3.02 Swift Idris
(4-3-2) 3.19 Fairhill Jamesie (5-3-1) 3.39
Rattling Hawk (nb) (3-1-2) 3.59 Relaxing
(3-5-2) 4.19 Outclough Jessie (5-6-4)
4.39 Watford Havana (5-2-6) 4.58 Poodir
Monkey (4-3-1) 5.18 Be Wide Boss (3-12) 5.37 Mongys Lady (4-6-1) 5.54 Darling
Boy (1-6-4) 6.09 Droopys Scholar (1-2-6)
nKINSLEY: 11.11 Vigorous Samara
(nap) (5-1-3) 11.28 Fuzzy Duck (3-6-1)
11.42 Trick Me (nb) (3-2-4) 11.57 Laugh
N Tickle (1-3-4) 12.12 Bumblebee Holly
(1-4-6) 12.27 Glosha Craft (4-2-1) 12.42
Raparee Sandy (2-1-3) 12.58 Bumblebee
Magic (1-2-5) 1.12 Frainey Lady (3-4-5)
1.27 Cape Dream (5-1-2) 1.44
Sombeachsomwere (1-5-4) 1.58 Velvet
Annie (4-3-1)
nSUNDERLAND: 2.08 Threejays Katie
(5-2-1) 2.27 Trapper Becky (1-6-3) 2.47
Suncroft Suzie (1-2-4) 3.07 Glenburn
Angel (nb) (4-5-2) 3.28 Swift Erne (nap)
(4-6-5) 3.48 Ballyshannon Joy (5-1-6)
4.08 Pioneer Poet (6-2-4) 4.27 Balmoral
Rio (4-5-3) 4.47 Freffans Campion (5-3-4)
5.07 Lisneal Buddy (4-2-6) 5.22 Miss
Lexie (3-5-1) 5.38 Silly Sophie (1-2-3)
5.56 Fairholme Sky (5-6-4) 6.11 Linton
Toptotti (1-3-5)
nHOVE: 2.12 Droopys Zip (5-1-2) 2.32
Law Society (nap) (4-1-6) 2.52 Our
Panerai (5-4-3) 3.11 Lewandogski (nb)
(5-6-1) 3.29 Droopys Goodness (5-3-2)
3.49 Racenight Elsa (2-6-5) 4.09 Droopys
Match (5-1-3) 4.29 Babyface Betty (1-2-3)
4.48 Pennys Tael (4-3-1) 5.08 Mountain
Isle (1-4-5) 5.28 Gemini Rising (6-3-5)
5.44 Likely Outcome (1-6-3) 6.02
Jumeirah Henry (1-4-6) 6.19 Front Step
(2-1-5)
nSHEFFIELD: 6.22 Swift Bruno (1-2-5)
6.38 Truly A Blade (1-5-6) 6.56 Swift
Marvelette (5-6-3) 7.11 Swift Hansel
(nap) (1-3-6) 7.26 Hannekes Man (1-6-5)
7.42 Rastaboombasta (3-6-4) 7.58
Sherlock (3-1-5) 8.13 Thurlesbeg Pluto
(2-4-3) 8.28 Geelo Rush (nb) (4-3-5) 8.43
Swift Aspen (5-3-1) 8.58 Fearsome Fever
(3-6-4) 9.14 Soberano Skye (3-2-1) 9.32
Deltic Sahara (2-1-6) 9.50 Go Mike Go (15-6)
nPOOLE: 6.28 Westhayes Lulu (1-2-3)
6.48 Piece Of Ruby (nap) (2-3-6) 7.06
Boozed Big Bird (nb) (4-5-1) 7.22
Tolpuddle Dawn (6-3-4) 7.37 Sarum Ellie
(2-6-5) 7.52 Hopping Ball (2-6-3) 8.07
Slippark Chewy (3-1-4) 8.22 Fairhill Dan
(1-4-5) 8.37 Coolronan Power (1-6-3)
8.51 Glenmare Lazy (1-2-4) 9.07 Weehen
(6-2-1) 9.22 Ide Herbie (6-1-4)
nCRAYFORD: 6.33 Rathcoole Ronnie (34-1) 6.49 Bullseye Lola (nap) (5-2-3) 7.07
Anilu Beauty (6-3-1) 7.23 Pesky One (6-45) 7.38 Zenas Treacle (nb) (1-4-6) 7.54
Organised Chaos (2-5-4) 8.11 Euphemus
(1-3-5) 8.26 Jaxx Burlesque (3-2-6) 8.42
Santro Wind (5-4-2) 8.58 Subzero (1-6-3)
9.16 Freetong Frankie (6-1-5) 9.30
Fawkham Ferrari (4-5-1) 9.45 Late Hyena
(3-5-4)
RESULTS
nPERRY BARR: 11.03 Slaneyside Cleo
5-1 (4-6-1 BAGS F �.76 TC �.09).
11.19 Peads Groover 4-1 (1-5-6 �.86
TC �.72). 11.34 Sawn Off Shotgun 21f (6-4-5 �.70 TC �.47). 11.48 Ooaar
Shes Nice 4-1 (4-5-1 �.74 TC �.14).
12.04 Kendlea Lola 8-1 (3-4-1 �.59 TC
�2.21). 12.18 Keeperhill Nicol 12-1 (16-3 �.43 TC �5.55). 12.32 Swift
Nessa 9-4f (4-6-3 �.31 TC �.83).
12.47 Cu Sith Arran 8-1 (5-3-2 �.02 TC
�2.72). 1.04 Sawpit Scorpion 3-1jt (21-4 �.64 TC �.45). 1.19 Mahogany
Blaze 6-1 (3-6-2 �.67 TC �8.54).
1.33 Ballymac Ernie 5-2jt (3-6-4 �.55
TC �.64). 1.51 Ballymac Malta 3-1 (54-6 �.02 TC �.28). Placer (1-6)
�2.00, (7-12) �8.00.
nSWINDON: 11.11 Esker Bellew 9-4f (14-5 BAGS F �.42 TC �.27). 11.28
Not Alice 5-2f (4-6-3 �.04 TC �.75).
11.42 Mohican Diva 3-1 (5-4-6 �.64 TC
�.02). 11.57 Barro Belle 4-1 (4-5-1
�.67 TC �5.48). 12.12 Moreton
Garnet 3-1 (6-2-4 �.68 TC �.32).
12.27 Crowvalley Elise 7-4f (5-1-3 �.39
TC �.22). 12.42 Saleen Mollie 5-2jt (12-3 �.70 TC �.28). 12.58 Suirview
Batty 7-2 (1-3-6 �.30 TC �.43). 1.12
Vics Champ 6-1 (2-5-6 �.14 TC
�0.91). 1.27 Droopys Effort 5-4f (2-5-4
�87 TC �.87). 1.44 Stover Gem 3-1
(6-3-1 �.33 TC �.53). 1.58 Wi Fi 4-1
(5-6-4 �.12 TC �.24). Placer (1-6)
�1.00, (7-12) �3.00.
nSHEFFIELD: 2.08 Stepaside Lucas 9-2
(3-1-5 BAGS F �.95 TC �.53). 2.27
Star Power 6-1 (5-4-6 �.56 TC �.70).
2.47 Friskyforwhiskey 5-2f (3-6-2 �.40
TC �.14). 3.07 Ref Watch 2-1 (6-2-5
�86 TC �00). 3.28 Logee Eliza 6-4f
(6-3-4 �31 TC �.76). 3.48 Kilcotton
Cab 6-4f (4-5-1 �98 TC �.52). 4.08
Ballycowen Tess 8-1 and Longrange
Sam 5-2 DH 1st (4-6-2 �.65 TC �.75,
6-4-2 �.50 TC �.30). 4.27 Black
Step 9-4f (6-3-2 �.49 TC �.36). 4.47
Logans Treasure 5-2 (5-6-1 �59 TC
�.40). 5.07 Droopys Greta 5-2 (2-6-5
�.67 TC �.62). 5.22 Metric Majestic
5-4f (2-4-3 �55 TC �00). 5.38
Battyford Merlin 9-4jt (4-3-2 �.17 TC
�.98). 5.56 Stunning Buster 9-4 (4-1-5
�.76 TC �.07). 6.11 Elusive Haircut
4-1 (3-5-4 �.14 TC �.63). Placer (16) �.20, (9-14) �.70.
nYARMOUTH: 6.22 Droopys Eager 7-2
(2-4-1 BAGS F �.99 TC �.42). 6.38
Merchant Navy 9-2 (6-4-5 �.76 TC
�.99). 6.56 Telex Honey 4-1 (5-3-6
�.89 TC �.46). 7.11 Ballarue Ian 94f (5-4-2 �.08 TC �.70). 7.26
Cooladerry Sky 9-4f (3-2-6 �.17 TC
�.29). 7.42 Rowleys Bell 9-4jt (4-5-6
�.56 TC �.43). 7.58 Willmount Daisy
11-8f (3-4-5 �79 TC �.45). 8.13
Tickle Tap 11-4 (1-3-2 �.76 TC
�.46). 8.28 Wasted Time 9-2 (2-3-5
�.91 TC �.89). 8.43 Pinehurst Lad
5-1 (1-2-5 �.54 TC �.92). 8.58
Blackrose Becky 5-2f (1-3-2 �.18 TC
�.09). 9.14 Gottabe Lizzie 5-1 (3-4-2
�.65 TC �.24). 9.32 Tullig Sanchez
2-1f (6-1-5 �.14 TC �.87).
nNOTTINGHAM: 6.28 Persevere 9-4f (35-6 BAGS F �.67 TC �.42). 6.48
Upward Mario 4-1 (2-4-1 �.90 TC
�.34). 7.06 Salacres Escobar 6-4f (6-45 �58 TC �.05). 7.22 Kilara Pharoah
14-1 (5-2-1 �3.10 TC �4.24). 7.37
Forest West 2-7f (3-5-6 �24 TC
�.18). 7.52 Holdem Zidane 7-4f (2-1-3
�18 TC �.24). 8.07 Da Boomerang 74f (1-2-4 �.65 TC �.86). 8.22
Haggswood River 16-1 (2-5-1 �1.61
TC �3.37). 8.37 Tyrur Hugo 9-2 (5-6-4
�.98 TC �.70). 8.51 Lowgate Malfoy
7-2 (5-2-3 �.67 TC �5.49). 9.07
Heroic Miss 7-4 (1-4-6 �48 TC �.37).
9.22 Shaneboy Freddie 3-1 (5-3-2 �02
TC �.21). 9.41 Coney Cactus 5-4f (3-26 �13).
50 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
CAN the Terriers
give
the
Reds
another hounding?
Huddersfield have
not won a league
game for six weeks.
But they face a
Liverpool side coming off back-to-back
defeats to Swansea
and West Brom.
There should be
goals at the John
Smith?s Stadium and
Sun Bets have both
teams to score at
EVENS. The hosts
are also 19/2 with
Sun Bets to win.
Arsenal?s Henrikh
Mkhitaryan
could
make his debut at
Swansea
and
is
20/1 with Sun Bets
to score first in a
2-0 Gunners win.
DIAMOND: Both Huddersfield
and Liverpool to score, EVENS
with Sun Bets.
NEXT BEST: Huddersfield to
win, 19/2 with Sun Bets.
LONG SHOT: Mkhitaryan to
score first in a 2-0 Arsenal win,
20/1 with Sun Bets.
18+ T&Cs apply.
Odds subject to change.
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GLEN BEVIS? POOLS PREDICTIONS
GAMES PLAYING SATURDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY
LAST FIVE HOMES
LAST FIVE AWAYS
Forecast
Last four seasons
PREMIER LEAGUE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1-3
1-1
1-5
1-0
2-2
1-0
1-1
1-2
1-1
0-0
1-0
0-4
0-0
1-0
2-1
0-3
0-0
1-0
1-4
1-2
3-3
3-3
1-0
0-3
2-3
2-2
5-0
2-2
2-1
0-0
2-2
2-1
2-2
1-2
0-0
3-0
2-1
0-0
1-2
1-1
4-1...
2-1...
0-4...
0-1...
1-0...
2-0...
4-3...
3-0...
2-2...
2-0...
Arsenal v Everton ................................
Bournemouth v Stoke ........................
Brighton v West Ham .........................
Burnley v Man City ..............................
Crystal Palace v Newcastle ..............
Leicester v Swansea...........................
Liverpool v Tottenham .......................
Man Utd v Huddersfield.....................
Watford v Chelsea...............................
West Brom v Southampton ..............
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-1
1-1
1-0
2-2
3-0
2-2
1-3
5-1
0-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
3-1
1-0
1-3
2-2
0-1
1-0
0-0
2-2
3-0
2-1
1-0
1-2
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-1
1-0
5-0
1-1
4-1
0-0
2-1
2-3
2-1
0-2
0-3
0-1
3-0
3-1...
0-0...
6-0...
3-4...
1-2...
1-1...
0-3...
0-1...
0-0...
1-0...
0-2...
Aston Villa v Burton Albion ...............
Derby v Brentford................................
Fulham v Nottm Forest ......................
Leeds v Cardiff.....................................
Norwich v Middlesbrough.................
Preston v Hull .......................................
QPR v Barnsley ....................................
Reading v Millwall................................
Sheff Wed v Birmingham ..................
Sunderland v Ipswich.........................
Wolves v Sheff Utd .............................
1-1
5-1
2-1
1-2
3-1
2-1
1-1
2-0
1-0
1-1
0-1
1-0
0-3
0-4
1-0
3-1
4-1
1-4
1-3
1-0
0-0
1-1
3-3
0-1
2-3
5-0
0-3
1-1
0-0
5-2
2-1
5-0
1-1
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-2
3-0
2-2
0-0
4-0
3-0
1-4
4-3
3-1
1-1
1-1
2-0
0-4
2-2
1
1
1
2
X
1
1
1
2
X
2-1 1-1 2-0 2-1 3-1
3-1 --- --- 1-3 2-2
2-0 --- --- --- --0-3 --- 1-0 --- 1-2
0-0 0-3 1-1 5-1 --2-0 --- 2-0 4-0 2-1
3-2 4-0 3-2 1-1 2-0
4-0 --- --- --- --1-2 --- --- 0-0 1-2
1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1
1-0
2-2
4-2
0-2
2-1
2-2
3-1
1-0
1-1
0-1
3-1
0-1
3-2
2-1
2-2
2-1
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
1-2
1-2
1-1
2-0
1-2
1-0
2-1
3-0
1-1
1-0
2-2
0-3
3-0
0-0
2-1
2-3
1-0
0-1
2-1
0-2
4-1
1-1
6-0
0-1
0-2
0-0
0-3
1-0
3-1
3-4
1-1
1-1
1-2
1
X
1
1
2
1
X
1
1
1
1
3-1 --- --- --- 2-1
1-1 --- 1-1 2-0 0-0
2-1 --- 3-2 1-3 3-2
2-0 --- 1-2 1-0 0-2
1-2 --- 0-1 --- --1-0 --- --- 1-0 --0-0 2-0 --- --- 2-1
3-1 1-1 3-2 --- --2-0 4-1 0-0 3-0 3-0
1-0 --- --- --- --3-1 2-0 --- --- ---
1-1
1-0
1-1
1-0
2-1
1-2
1-1
2-4
1-0
0-0
2-1
1-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
2-3
4-3
2-1
3-0
2-3
0-1
2-1
2-2
2-1
1-2
1-2
1-1
2-2
2-0
1-2
3-1
1-1
1-1
2-2
2-1
0-2
3-1
1-0
3-2
1-1
2-0
3-1
2-0
1-1
2-2
0-0
3-1
1-2
0-1
2-0
2-1
3-2
2-1
2-0
3-1
1-2
1-1
0-4
2-1
1-3
1
2
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
1
1
1
2-1 --- --- --- 2-0
0-1 --- --- 4-3 --1-0 --- --- --- 0-1
2-2 0-1 2-2 2-1 2-2
2-0 0-3 --- --- 2-3
1-1 1-1 2-1 1-2 1-2
4-1 --- --- 0-0 1-4
2-2 --- --- --- --1-1 --- --- --- 1-2
2-0 --- --- --- --1-0 0-3 1-1 --- 1-4
2-0 --- --- 3-2 ---
2-1
3-0
0-1
1-1
2-1
1-2
3-1
2-1
0-1
2-1
3-0
2-3
1-2
2-0
0-2
3-2
3-1
1-0
1-0
2-1
1-0
1-2
2-0
1-0
4-1
0-3
3-1
2-1
0-2
0-2
1-1
2-1
1-1
0-1
1-4
1-2
2-1
2-0
3-1
1-0
0-1
1-2
1-2
1-0
3-2
3-1
1-2
1-1
1-0
1-1
1
X
1
1
2
X
1
1
1
1
3-1 --- 2-2
2-2 --- 3-0
1-0 --- --1-0 --- --0-2 --- --3-3 --- --2-1 --- 2-3
3-0 --- --3-1 4-0 2-1
2-0 --- ---
0-0
------0-1
--4-1
1-1
-----
0-1
--0-0
--0-1
--1-1
0-1
1-1
---
0-2
2-1
1-0
1-1
5-1
0-1
1-1
3-2
1-2
2-2
3-0
4-1
3-1
2-1
0-1
4-0
2-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
1-3
0-2
1-0
0-1
1-3
2-0
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-0
1
1
1
2
1
X
3-0 --- 3-0 3-0
1-0 --- 1-1 5-2
2-0 0-2 --- 2-2
1-3 0-3 0-2 0-1
1-0 4-3 0-0 3-1
2-2 --- 0-2 4-2
2-1
1-1
2-2
0-1
2-0
---
SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
2-1
0-3
0-1
0-0
2-1
5-1
2-1
2-1
1-0
1-1
4-2
3-0
3-0
1-0
1-1
2-3
1-1
1-2
2-3
4-1
2-1
2-1
1-0
2-0
0-1
0-3
1-2
0-2
0-1
1-1
3-0
1-0
3-1
1-1
0-0
0-0
2-1
0-2
1-0
1-2
3-1
1-1
1-1
3-0
1-1
1-0
1-2
0-0
3-1...
0-1...
3-1...
1-2...
2-1...
1-2...
3-0...
1-3...
0-1...
2-0...
2-1...
0-0...
Bristol Rovers v Shrewsbury ............
Bury v Blackpool .................................
Charlton v Oxford Utd........................
Fleetwood v Scunthorpe...................
Northampton v Rochdale..................
Oldham v Bradford City.....................
Peterborough v Southend ................
Plymouth v Blackburn ........................
Portsmouth v Doncaster ...................
Rotherham v AFC Wimbledon .........
Walsall v MK Dons ..............................
Wigan v Gillingham.............................
SKY BET LEAGUE TWO
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
1-1
2-1
3-1
0-2
1-1
3-1
3-0
2-2
0-0
2-0
1-0
0-2
1-1
0-1
0-3
2-0
1-1
0-0
3-3
1-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-2
3-0
2-0
2-1
1-0
4-0
4-0
2-0
1-4
1-0
1-2
2-1
4-2
3-1
1-2
1-1
3-2...
0-1...
1-1...
5-2...
0-1...
2-2...
1-0...
3-2...
1-2...
2-2...
Accrington v Stevenage ....................
Chesterfield v Crawley.......................
Colchester v Newport County .........
Forest Green v Coventry ...................
Grimsby v Cheltenham ......................
Lincoln City v Swindon ......................
Luton v Exeter ......................................
Mansfield v Barnet ..............................
Notts County v Crewe........................
Port Vale v Morecambe .....................
44
45
46
47
48
49
1-2
2-1
1-0
0-3
0-1
3-0
4-1
0-1
2-0
1-3
1-1
2-1
1-0
3-0
4-0
5-1
1-1
1-3
0-0
0-2
0-0
1-0
1-3
2-0
3-1...
0-1...
1-1...
2-1...
2-0...
2-0...
Aberdeen v Hamilton .........................
Dundee v Ross County......................
Hearts v St Johnstone .......................
Kilmarnock v Celtic .............................
Motherwell v Partick ...........................
Rangers v Hibernian...........................
LADBROKES PREMIERSHIP
SIX NATIONS
HILL
WORLD CUP winner
Richard Hill will be
key
to
helping
England?s ruck rookies
get ready for their
Six Nations debuts.
After an injury curse
hit the defending champs,
boss Eddie Jones could
be forced to field his
most inexperienced backrow against Italy.
With Billy Vunipola and
Nathan Hughes out for the
whole tournament ? and
James Haskell banned for
Sunday?s Rome opener but
training with the squad this
week ? Jones is praying
Chris Robshaw and Maro
Itoje come through fitness
tests this week.
But if young guns Sam
Underhill and Sam Simmonds do start, they will be
sent on to the pitch after
plenty of pep talks from
hero Hill (above), who won
71 England caps and played
five Tests for the Lions.
Now team manager
under Jones, Hill is
an integral part of the
England squad and
mentor to Underhill
and Simmonds, who
both have just three
caps each.
Hill?s old team-mate
and another Red Rose
legend
Neil
Back
(right) said: ?Richard
was a great part of England?s
back-row and the Lions, too.
?And if I was a player in
the current England squad,
he is exactly the guy I
would want to talk to.
?Hilly was an exceptional
talent and one of the best
back-rows to play for his
country, so to have him
there for these youngsters to
pick his brains is a huge
boost.?
Back-up No 8 Zach Mercer
is one of a number of newboys set for an international
debut at the Stadio Olimpico.
Newcastle Falcons openside Gary Graham is also
uncapped and was the shock
call-up for this opening
game against Conor O?Shea?s
whipping boys.
But
despite
the
new
names and faces, Leicester
legend Back believes there
should be no fear against
the wooden-spoon specialists.
He said: ?It?s lucky that
Italy are first up. Had it
MARCO FU is a
doubt for snooker?s
P
World Championship in
April because he needs
laser eye surgery.
The Hong Kong potter, 40, has been diagnosed by doctors with
degeneration of the
retina in his left eye.
Fu is ranked No 9 in
the world, but the
sport?s
chiefs
have
provision in the rules
for freezing a seeding
position in the case of
prolonged
or
lifethreatening illness.
By JONNY
FORDHAM
been Ireland, then it would
have
presented
a
much
greater problem.
?Italy have lost their last
12 games in the Six Nations
following their victory over
Scotland in 2015, which
seems like a long time ago.
?It?s a good game to get
up and running and England
have got to establish a depth
in the squad, too.
?You need to get over the
fact that Billy Vunipola is
unavailable. In a Six Nations
or even the World Cup there
will be injuries ? and you
can?t let that disrupt the
focus of winning.
?Teams used to need two
deep in every position but
that is not enough now. You
need at least three.
?Now when a player comes
into the team you need to
have complete faith in the
back-up?s ability to perform.?
And while Underhill, 21, might have
only a few caps, he is
someone Jones has
had his eye on ever
since
taking
the
Twickenham
hotseat
late in 2015.
The Bath turnover
specialist started both
Tests against Argentina last summer but
a case of concussion against
Australia in the autumn has
led to him being sidelined
for two months.
Now he is fit, Back hopes
Underhill can take his game
forward in the Six Nations.
Back added: ?One of the
things you need to be a good
back-row player for England
is to be good defensively.
Sam is definitely that.
?But there are certain
areas he needs to develop.
?He needs to develop more
continuity
play
to
his
brilliant defensive game.
?It?s about carrying when
he needs to but also developing
his
ball-handling
skills and tucking people
into holes and offloading.
?It?s about working on that
distribution to put others
into
space
and
keeping
himself in the game.?
l JOIN World Cup hero Neil Back at the
award-winning Wolf Run obstacle challenge in
East Sussex on April 28. Get your pack
together at www.thewolfrun.com
Tweet @SunJonnyFordham
Lo ?n behold, Amir
is back in the ring
AMIR KHAN will return after almost two years out
of the ring against Canadian Phil Lo Greco at
Liverpool?s Echo Arena on April 21.
It is the start of Khan?s three-fight deal with
Matchroom Boxing and his first bout since the
savage KO by then WBC middleweight king Saul
?Canelo? Alvarez in May 2016.
Khan, 31, will step down in weight for a showdown just above the 149lb welterweight threshold.
Lo Greco, 33, has won 28 of his 31 fights but was
beaten by IBF champ Errol Spence Jr and Shawn
Porter. Khan said: ?I cannot wait. He?s an aggressive fighter, so it?ll be very exciting for the fans.?
1GM
ITALY v ENGLAND
AND
START
Legend?s help will get
kids to ruck ?n roll
SIMMONDS
UNDERHILL
CAPS
AGE
21 3
TRAIN GANG . . .
Launchbury, Underhill
and Simmonds in
England training
CAPS
AGE
23 3
51
Trev: World?s
in our hands
TREVOR BAYLISS has labelled England favourites
to lift cricket?s World Cup at home next year.
STATE OF
THE NATIONS
ENGLAND REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
They have lost just once in 23
games under Eddie Jones, are
defending Six Nations champions
and face Ireland at home last for
a possible title showdown.
REASONS TO BE FEARFUL
Another injury to Billy Vunipola
is a huge loss and has exposed a
lack of depth at No 8.
WALES REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
Warren Gatland has finally changed
his stale side and Scarlets stars
Rhys Patchell and Gareth Davies
can get fans off their seats.
REASONS TO BE FEARFUL
No Sam Warburton, Taulupe
Faletau, Rhys Webb, Jonathan
Davies or Dan Biggar (for now).
SCOTLAND REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
Stuart Hogg is fit and firing. Finn
Russell will pull the strings and
Tommy Seymour is also flying.
REASONS TO BE FEARFUL
Scots are battling a front-row
crisis after injuries to Ross Ford,
WP Nel, Fraser Brown, Zander
Fagerson and Darryl Marfo.
IRELAND REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
Leinster are storming Europe and
their stars, from Johnny Sexton
to rookie Jordan Larmour, will
look to tear up the Six Nations.
REASONS TO BE FEARFUL
Not many, really. They had a lowkey autumn compared to rivals.
FRANCE REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
If it all comes off there will
be fireworks and fly-half Matthieu
Jalibert, 19, is one to watch.
REASONS TO BE FEARFUL
The Top 14 is full of big-name
foreign imports hurting France?s
homegrown players. We are
starting to see a knock-on effect
in the Six Nations.
ITALY REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
Erm . . . Rome is beautiful at this
time of year? Conor O?Shea and
Mike Catt have a tough job!
REASONS TO BE FEARFUL
They are a one-man team with
Sergio Parisse.
THE GOAT IS FED
Australian tennis legend Laver,
79, remains the only man to win
all four Grand Slams in a single
year ? and he did it twice.
But after seeing Fed clinch his
20th Grand Slam with a five-set
win over Marin Cilic at the Aussie Open, Rocket Rod hailed him
the ?Greatest Of All Time?. Laver
5 DAYS
TO GO
PRIZE GUY
. . . Jones with
the trophy
CUP OF GLEE
. . . Federer
ROD LAVER has called it:
Roger Federer IS the GOAT.
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
From DAN KING in Melbourne
said: ?Roger Federer is the greatest player that has come along.
?He?s stood the test of time.
That?s the thing that puts you in
that category of the best ever.
?It?s unusual to see a wonderful
champion able to win at the age
of 36, after seven tough matches.?
Federer said: ?It?s very special.
I didn?t think 20 was possible.?
RUGBY
LEAGUE
chiefs
remain
P
confident of staging a
Test in the US, despite
Aussie sides hearing
nothing from the RFL.
It is hoped England
will face New Zealand
in Denver on June 23.
But NRL clubs hold
the power to decide
whether or not it goes
ahead as most of the
players are contracted
to them.
While
the
Kiwis
spoke to clubs Down
Under, they say nothing
has come from England.
Coach Bayliss watched Eoin Morgan?s one-day side
pull off a dramatic 12-run win in Perth at the
weekend to complete a 4-1 thrashing of Australia.
It was the first time England had won a bilateral
ODI series in Australia and only the second time
they had won four matches in a series away from
home against a top nation. Bayliss, 55, said: ?The way
we?ve been playing and
From JOHN STERN
the way we continue to
play, we should be one of out while he waited to
the favourites for a World hear if he would be
Cup at home.
charged for his part in
?If we go into all of the last September?s nightseries between now and club bust-up in Bristol.
that World Cup thinking
And Bayliss is excited
we?re favourites, that will by the prospect of Stokes
be good practice for us.
?Only time will tell returning in New Zealand
how we handle that and after his court appearwe?ll see how the players ance on February 13.
England
have
T20s
react ? it?s something we
against
Australia
and
want to embrace.?
New
Zealand
followed
by
England flopped at the
and
Tests
last World Cup Down one-dayers
against
the
Kiwis.
Under three years ago
Aussie Bayliss (left)
but the team has been
beamed: ?It is a good
transformed
since
problem to have and
then under attackhe might not fit
minded duo Bayback in straightliss and Morgan.
away. But everyone
They demolished
knows he will come
the hapless Aussies
back at some stage
without talismanic
and that keeps everyall-rounder Ben
one on their toes.?
Stokes, who sat
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hit Holmes
RYDER CUP hero JB Holmes has been savaged for
turning Tiger Woods? return event into a farce.
Long after Woods had finished a respectable 23rd
at the Farmers Insurance Open, Holmes was mainly
responsible for the last group taking six hours to
play the final round at Torrey Pines.
Holmes, a key member of America?s winning 2008
and 2016 Ryder Cup teams, dithered over his second
shot to the 18th for four minutes and ten seconds.
That?s more than SIX
By DAVID FACEY
times the 40 seconds
players should take.
In the end he laid up went on to smash a
short of the green when three-wood over the green
needing an eagle for a and parred the hole.
Noren and Jason Day
chance of a play-off.
His birdie earned him did not have time to
fourth place but he was finish a play-off after
branded a ?gutless won- halving five extra holes.
der? on Twitter.
And the event ended in
England?s former world anti-climax yesterday as
No 1 Luke Donald tweeted: Noren?s
second
shot
?Any time today JB?.
found the lake at a
While 1989 Open champ deserted 18th to hand
Mark Calcavecchia said Day the title.
the Kentucky snail should
When
asked
if
the
have received a fine and delay had cost him a
two-shot penalty, calling
first PGA Tour win,
the hold-up ?horrenNoren said: ?Well, not
dous sportsmanship?.
necessarily. It?s just
Playing
partner
probably made me
Alex Noren, needing
switch clubs.?
to birdie the last to
Holmes (left) said:
win, said he kept
?I was still trying to
changing his mind
win. I could have
over his club as
holed out with
Holmes dithmy third.?
ered.
He
2GM
............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
WEST HAM v PALACE
7.45pm
I?M STILL FIT . . .
Javier Hernandez
trains yesterday
McGUIRE . . . fresh start
El of a day
for Danny
By GARY CARTER
LEEDS
legend
Danny
McGuire reckons playing
at Elland Road will help
take the sting out of
facing his beloved Rhinos.
After 16 years at the
club, half-back McGuire
is now looking to down
them in the new Super
League season after a
move to Hull KR.
But the hotly-anticipated
February 8 clash will not
be at his old stomping
ground Headingley, which
is under reconstruction.
Instead, it will be played
at the home of Leeds
United ? with the crowd
set to break the Super
League record of 25,004.
McGuire, 35, said: ?I
really can?t wait for it.
?It would?ve been very
strange to go back to
Headingley and turn into
the away dressing room.
?Playing at Elland Road
will make things a lot
easier for me.?
SPORTS ROUND-UP:
RESULTS & FIXTURES
FOOTBALL
WILLIAM HILL CUP: 4th Rd - Albion 0
St Johnstone 4.
BOSTIK PREMIER - Kingstonian 1 Margate 3.
EVO-STIK NORTHERN PREMIER: Off Shaw Lane v Grantham (waterlogged pitch).
CRICKET
ICC U-19 WORLD CUP: Semi-final
(Christchurch) - Afghanistan 181 (Ali Khil 80;
Merlo 4-24) v Australia 182-4 (Edwards 72).
Australia bt Afghanistan by 6 wkts.
GOLF
FARMERS INSURANCE OPEN (California,
USA): Final (US unless stated) - 278 J Day
(Aus) 70 (won on 6th play-off hole), A Noren
(Swe) 73, R Palmer 72; 279 JB Holmes 72;
280 K Bradley 70; 281 T Finau 73, C Howell
III 69; 282 J Rose (GB) 74, R Garrigus 70,
M Leishman (Aus) 73, H English 71
TENNIS
WTA ST PETERSBURG LADIES TROPHY
(Russia): 1st Rd - A Cornet (Fra) bt M Barthel
(Ger) 6-3 7-5; K Siniakova (Cze) bt D Vekic (Cro)
6-3 2-6 6-4; A Potapova (Rus) bt T Maria (Ger)
6-2 6-4.
WTA TAIWAN OPEN (Taipei City): 1st
Rd - Y Putintseva (Kaz) bt J Namigata (Jpn) 6-2
6-4; Y-Y Duan (Chn) bt M Kato (Jpn) 6-2 4-6 7-5;
K Kozlova (Ukr) bt S Zhang (Chn) 6-2 6-4; Z Diyas
(Kaz) bt A Blinkova (Rus) 6-2 7-5; K-C Chang
(Tpe) bt Y-H Lee (Tpe) 7-5 6-2; M Niculescu
(Rom) bt O Jabeur (Tun) 6-1 4-0 ret.
TODAY?S SPORT
(7.45 unless stated)
PREMIER LEAGUE
Huddersfield v Liverpool........ 8.0
Swansea v Arsenal ........................
West Ham v Crystal Palace ...........
SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP
Birmingham v Sunderland............
Burton Albion v Reading...............
Hull v Leeds.....................................
Middlesbrough v Sheff Wed.........
Millwall v Derby .............................
Nottm Forest v Preston................
Sheff Utd v Aston Villa..................
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
Blackburn v Walsall .......................
SKY BET LEAGUE TWO
Coventry v Cambridge Utd...........
Lincoln City v Newport County ....
Luton v Wycombe..........................
Stevenage v Swindon ...................
Yeovil v Grimsby ............................
LADBROKES PREMIERSHIP - Celtic v
Hearts.
WILLIAM HILL CUP: 4th Rd - Formartine
Utd v Cove Rangers (8.0). 4th Rd Replay Inverness CT v Dundee.
LADBROKES LEAGUE TWO - Berwick v
Peterhead.
VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE Gateshead v Wrexham, FC Halifax v Leyton
Orient.
VANARAMA NATIONAL NORTH Gainsborough v Chorley.
VANARAMA NATIONAL SOUTH - Poole
Tn v Chippenham, Weston-S-Mare v Bath City.
EVO-STIK SOUTHERN PREMIER Chesham v St Ives Tn, King?s Lynn Tn v
Hereford FC, Royston Tn v Weymouth, Slough
v Kings Langley, Tiverton v Frome Tn.
BOSTIK PREMIER - Billericay v Worthing,
Dorking Wanderers v Tooting & Mitcham,
Harlow v Merstham, Hendon v Leatherhead,
Wingate & Finchley v Lowestoft Tn.
Iron
deficiency
CROCKS SPARK MOYES RETHINK
By DARREN WITCOOP
DAVID MOYES admitted
an injury crisis has
one
many names that
forced him to reassess have of
been mentioned.
his transfer targets.
?Ultimately we are short
The Hammers ? who are
missing THIRTEEN players
for
tonight?s
relegation
crunch with Crystal Palace
? are closing on a double
deal for Fedor Smolov and
Morgan Schneiderlin.
Everton?s French midfielder
Schneiderlin, 28, is in talks
over a loan deal with a
view to a �million summer switch.
He
is
needed
as
a
replacement
for
crock
Pedro Obiang, who is set to
miss the rest of the season
with medial ligament damage suffered in the FA Cup
humbling at Wigan.
Russia skipper Smolov, 27,
is aiming to seal a �m
move from Krasnodar.
The striker would make
up for the loss of Diafra
Sakho,
who
moved
to
Rennes yesterday for �.
Boss Moyes said: ?Injuries
do affect our dealings in
the window. It has changed
the dynamics of where we
want to go. Schneiderlin is
right now so we could do
with adding to our squad.
?The priority is to add
good players to your squad.
I?m not going to bring in
anyone that won?t help the
team, it?s a waste of money
and time.
?We want to bring people
in
who
can
contribute
between now and the end
of the season, if not longer.?
West Ham are four points
above the relegation zone
and can give themselves
some much-needed breathing space with a win at the
London Stadium tonight.
Palace are a point behind
the Hammers and looking
to get away from what
promises to be a huge relegation dogfight involving
up to 12 clubs.
Moyes
added:
?We
have
moved ourselves out
from
the
bottom three, got ourselves
up the table and the job is
to stay up there.
?It will be a tough game
for us, but a tough game
for them.?
The Hammers will be
without Arthur Masuaku
for the next six matches.
The wing-back yesterday copped a stiff FA
ban after being sent off
for spitting at Wigan?s
Nick Powell on Saturday.
Moyes said: ?I spoke
to him about it. He
was very remorseful.
But it was a terrible
thing he did.
?Everybody knows
in our culture it?s
not
acceptable
and he has
got what he
deserves.?
WINGER Gerard
P
Deulofeu
has
joined Watford on
an amazing feeling.?
The Aussie free
agent, 38, yesterday
agreed to rejoin the
club
where
he
started
his
pro
career in 1998.
Cahill, who quit
Melbourne City last
month, added: ?It?s
the perfect move.?
loan for the rest of
the season.
The
Barcelona
star, 23, spent three
years with Everton.
Watford?s
misfit
striker
Stefano
Okaka, 28, is in
talks with Championship side Fulham
over a loan move.
ULL SEE
REAL ME
By VIC HOLLY
LEONARDO
ULLOA
hopes it is third
time lucky for
him at Brighton
after
returning
on loan.
The Argentine
striker, 31, hit
27 goals in 57
games at the
Seagulls before
joining Leicester in July
2014 for �illion.
He won the title with
the Foxes ? but suffered
play-off heartbreak twice
on the South Coast.
And after returning for
the rest of the season, Ulloa
admitted: ?Those two seasons
were sad as we fought hard
but it wasn?t enough.
?So I hope this time we can
gain our objective ? to stay
in the Premier League.?
Ulloa, who is in the
squad for tomorrow?s trip
to Southampton, prays
fans will back him again.
He added: ?I have to
show them I?m still good
? but I hope we can keep
our special relationship.?
ULLOA . . .
Gulls return
Dyche Joe raid
AGONY . . . for
Obiang at Wigan
Roy gets a big Hug
ROY HODGSON has ended Crystal
Palace?s long-running search for a
striker by splashing out �illion on
Preston hitman Jordan Hugill.
The Eagles failed to land a string of
targets including Burnley?s Ashley
Barnes, West Ham?s Diafro Sakho ?
who joined Rennes instead ? and Eder
from Inter Milan.
But, last night, boss Hodgson persuaded Preston to part with 25-year-
TIM CAHILL is
P
back at Millwall
and admitted: ?It?s
EXCLUSIVE by GRAEME BRYCE
old Hugill (left) who has hit 10 goals in
the Championship this season.
Palace are trying to sign Lille
midfielder Ibrahim Amadou, 24, on a
� loan with a further �m to make
the deal permanent if they stay up.
The Eagles go to West Ham tonight
and will have Mamadou Sakho back
after seven weeks out with a calf injury.
BURNLEY have slapped in a stunning bid
which could reach �million for Nottingham
Forest centre-half Joe Worrall.
Boss Sean Dyche has been trailing the
ex-England Under-20 skipper, 21, but Forest
want the bulk of the fee paid up front while
the Clarets are willing to pay �7m plus
extras on appearances.
Dyche is also plotting one last push to get
Arsenal?s Rob Holding, 23, in on loan after
admitting he is still short of top-quality
centre-backs.
CHELSEA
ace
P
Charly Musonda
is joining Celtic on
STOKE
target
P
Badou
Ndiaye
has
demanded
a
an 18-month loan.
Brendan Rodgers
hailed the deal for
the attacker, 21.
The Hoops boss
said: ?I?ve known him
a few years. A big
thanks to Chelsea,
he?s a shining light
in their academy.?
�million move to
the
Potteries
?
after walking out on
Galatasaray.
The
Senegal
striker, 27, quit a
training
camp,
demanding: ?I want
to go to Stoke City.
Sell me!?
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Dele?s future
Ian Wright
OUR COLUMNISTS ARE THE TALK OF FOOTBALL
TOTTENHAM are facing back in the group with
and Arsenal
a run of fixtures which Liverpool
who are trying to get
will make or break into the top four.
their season.
Spurs need to keep the
A positive or negative
bunch of results could
have
an
even
wider
impact over the club?s
immediate future.
Spurs face Manchester
United tomorrow, which
will be a fascinating
game ? and so will
Sunday?s trip
to Liverpool.
I
expect
them to beat
Newport in their
FA Cup replay
despite making
life
hard
for
themselves
on
Saturday.
Mauricio
Pochettino?s
side
then
face rivals
Arsenal ?
followed
by
Juventus
in
the
Champions
League.
Spurs fans have
got to be excited by
these games ? but it
must
be
coupled
with nerves.
After these fixtures,
we will know what
Tottenham are really
about and the same
goes for their manager.
Right now, I don?t
think they are moving
forward.
They can have their
day and hammer a team
but those displays are
few and far between.
Pochettino,
who
is
apparently
on
Real
Madrid?s radar, must be
frustrated at the pace of
progress and the fact he
has not been able to
bring in as many players
as he would have liked.
I understand there is a
new stadium to finance.
But after challenging
for the title over the last
two years, they are now
manager and add to their
top players. They must
start paying the going
rate if they are to keep
their best players such as
Toby Alderweireld.
Harry Kane is happy at
Tottenham
?
for
now. But there is
only so long he
will sit around.
As
we
keep
saying,
Spurs
have to win a
trophy now.
How Pochettino
must regret not
putting out his
strongest team in
the Carabao Cup
against West Ham.
Plus
Davinson
Sanchez still has
to prove himself
in this league,
along with Serge
Aurier.
Son
HeungMin and Christian Eriksen are
terrific players ?
but
Tottenham
need
another
option or two.
I want to see far
more from Dele
Alli (left).
He burst on to
the
scene
and
then some people
expected him to
keep
up
that
unbelievable start.
But we will now
see
whether
he
becomes a worldclass player or if
he
plateaus.
Dele
has changed his agent,
yet he has to focus on
being a top footballer.
I want to see him get
to the World Cup and
playing his best football.
Dele has still scored
and created this season ?
but he can do more.
As Spurs look at this
nasty set of fixtures, they
need his best right now.
SPURS v MAN UTD
ZLAT?S
THAT
Tomorrow, 8pm, BT SPORT 1
Ibra set for MLS bow
By NEIL CUSTIS
STRUGGLING Zlatan
Ibrahimovic
could made his comeback in
be set for a final November ? but has looked
curtain
call
in a shadow of his old self.
And he was taken out
Hollywood.
SWEDE OFFER . . . Zlatan
could quit United and (below)
SunSport?s story in December
Manchester United
boss Jose Mourinho
has opened the door
for him to leave ?
with
LA
Galaxy
keen on the striker.
Mourinho says he
is unaware of any
approach
for
the
veteran ace, 36, who
is battling for form
after injury.
He said: ?Zlatan
is in the last year
of his contract but
has said nothing
to me.
?If, if, if that is
true
and
Zlatan
wants
a
future
in
another country, we are
here to help ? not to
make his life difficult.
?But the last thing Zlatan told me was he
wants to recover totally
and help the team.?
Ibra moved to United
last season as a free
agent and bagged 28
goals before suffering a
horror medial knee ligament injury in April.
But the Swede was
given a year?s contract
extension in August after
making it clear to Old
Trafford chiefs that he
still felt he could contribute at the club. Ibrahimovic
of the firing line to work
on getting his knee stronger
in the gym.
Mourinho added: ?He is
working hard to be fit.
?I don?t say he is injured
because he is not injured ?
but he?s trying to be ready
for the demands of Premier
League football.?
The MLS transfer window
opens on February 7 and
lasts until May 1.
David Beckham, whose
Miami outfit will start their
MLS life in 2020, would
love to see Ibra finish his
career in the USA.
Becks said: ?Zlatan is
such a world-class player.
?If talented players like
him come, it can only add
to the strength and success
this league can achieve.?
While the door is open
for Ibra to quit United,
Mourinho is trying to stop
Marouane Fellaini leaving.
The Belgian midfielder,
30, is in the last year of
his contract and has turned
down a new deal.
He is frustrated at a lack
of starts, as well as the
financial package on offer.
But
Mourinho
said:
?There is a desire from
myself,
the
board
and
player to stay together.?
Tweet @ncustisTheSun
SANCHEZ . . . quality
Dier: No
San fear
By KEN LAWRENCE
ERIC DIER is unfazed
at the prospect of
Alexis Sanchez turning
Manchester United into
a super team.
The �5,000-a-week
striker will make his
Premier League bow for
Jose Mourinho?s side at
Wembley tomorrow.
The Special One has
hailed the highest-paid
player in English football for bringing a new
maturity to his attack
having swapped Arsenal
for Old Trafford.
But Spurs star Dier
said: ?The game as a
whole won?t change
because of one player.
?That doesn?t make a
difference to me as a
player.
?I
have
played
against him many times
and we all know the
quality he has.
?He?s going to add to
a United squad that is
already full of quality.
?It?s going to be a
great game, a difficult
game, but I don?t think
that
one
player
changes a football
match.?
1GM
ACE KEN KICK
ON AT TOON
HOWAY THE
LAD. . . Kenedy
has switched to
St James? Park
HE is the boy from
Brazil who has made
more headlines with
his thumbs than
his feet.
But Kenedy, 21,
might find he is
well suited to the
madhouse that is
Newcastle where
he has come to
kick-start
his
colourful career.
The
on-loan
winger was sent
home
from
Chelsea?s
preseason tour of
China
after
uploading offensive
Instagram
posts
about
the
By DAVID COVERDALE
country.
Kenedy,
who
could make his Newcastle
debut at home to Burnley
tomorrow, said: ?It?s a
really important time in
my career and I hope I
can do my best.
?I?m here to learn and
to show all my potential.
?I cannot wait for the
reception of the fans and I
will do my best for them.
I noticed their passion
when I arrived and many
of them came to talk to
me. I?m happy with that.?
In joining Newcastle, he
follows in the footsteps of
Mirandinha, who was the
first Samba star to play in
this country.
WHO
IS MIRANDINHA?
l Striker signed for l Scored 24 goals in
Newcastle for �5,000
from Palmeiras in 1987.
67 games for the club
from 1987 to 1989.
HUD?FIELD v L?POOL
Clock up
8PM, BT SPORT 1
KLOPP IS TICKED OFF
By KEN LAWRENCE
JURGEN KLOPP has called a time-out
on VAR, claiming the new system minutes for the Salah one, so you are
denied his side precious minutes.
going from high tempo to nothing.
The Liverpool boss complained that SIX
more minutes of added time should have
been played in the first half of his side?s
3-2 FA Cup defeat by West Brom.
And he blames TV scheduling for Saturday night?s problems, indicating that ref
Craig Pawson was under pressure to blow
his whistle early for the break.
Three major incidents in the
first half required the intervention
of
technology
?
including the first time a
match referee has used a
pitchside television replay.
And Klopp (left) said: ?I
heard the extra time in the
first half should have been
ten minutes but was only
four minutes.
?You can?t cut match time
because you have other stuff
to broadcast.
?We needed to play ten
minutes longer in the first half.?
Baggies boss Pardew has declared
there is another downside to the system ?
which proved every revised decision was
correct at Anfield.
He reckons the decision on a penalty
being awarded after Mo Salah was fouled
took too long for his players? fitness.
Pards said: ?It was four minutes, five
?We had a hamstring injury just after, so
we are going to have to get our players to
do a warm-up or keep them ticking over.?
However, a study of VAR showed the
system takes less time out of a
game than free-kicks, substitutions and other stoppages.
The game?s rulemakers, the
International Football Association Board, looked at 800
matches and, on average, only
ONE MINUTE was added to a
game using the technology.
This compares with 8mins
51secs for free-kicks, 7mins
2secs for throw-ins and
5mins 45secs for goal-kicks.
Substitutions add 2mins
57secs, while corners take up
3mins 57secs.
Klopp, meanwhile has other
things to worry about as he
takes his side to Huddersfield
tonight after two straight defeats.
He said: ?It was only two
games ago we had an 18-game unbeaten
run. Now everything feels different.
?It?s very important we feel it. The
defeats felt really harsh, that?s good.
?We can?t afford any more bad games.
We need to get back on track against
Huddersfield.?
Terriers tail ready to Wag
DAVID WAGNER says Liverpool
are ?vulnerable? as he bids to
turn up the heat on best pal
Jurgen Klopp tonight.
After being shocked at Swansea then KO?d in the FA Cup by
West Brom, Klopp is desperate
to avoid a third straight defeat.
But Huddersfield manager
By GARY CARTER
Wagner (right), whose side
stunned Manchester United at
home in October, senses the
frailties in a Reds backline.
He said: ?We have seen
West Brom beat Liverpool in a
comfortable way to be honest.
Liverpool have lost their last
two games in a row and look
vulnerable at the minute.
?Does that mean we will be
successful? No. Does it mean
we have a chance? Absolutely.
?If there is a chance, we will
be there to take it. This is
always how we go into games.?
Tuesday, January 30, 2018 ...............
AGONY . . .
Sane injured
55
PORTE CALL
By MARTIN BLACKBURN
AYMERIC LAPORTE penned an emotional
farewell to Athletic Bilbao as he prepared to
officially join Manchester City today.
Rally for
Bennett
By TONY LITTLE
CARDIFF star Joe Ralls has
defended team-mate Joe
Bennett after his horror
tackle crocked Leroy Sane.
The Manchester City
winger, 22, is out for a
month with ankle ligament
damage he suffered in
Sunday?s 2-0 FA Cup win.
Bennett received only a
yellow card for wiping out
the German international.
The 27-year-old was later
sent off for another reckless lunge on Brahim Diaz.
But Bluebirds midfielder
Ralls said: ?Joe is absolutely gutted about it, but
he?s not that type of lad.
?He was just trying to
bring Sane down as he?s
probably going to score.?
Crocked Sane last night
tweeted: ?Thanks for all
your messages. I think it
isn?t as bad as it looked.?
The Premier League leaders yesterday triggered
the French defender?s �million release clause.
And the Etihad outfit?s new record signing, 23,
jetted into Manchester last night to work out the
finishing touches on his City switch.
Laporte (right) wrote to Bilbao:
?Thank you all for everything. I
arrived as a teenager and grew
here as a person and a player.
?I?m leaving a unique club that is
different and I?ll never forget.?
Laporte is unlikely to feature
against West Brom tomorrow but
should be in the Etihad stands to
watch his new team.
STURR RAID
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our fans can understand that we are fighting to
stay in the Premier League, not just on the pitch
but in the market place as well.?
Early reports yesterday made Newcastle the
favourites to land Liverpool outcast Sturridge.
But Pardew (below) and his negotiating team
nipped in ahead of their relegation rivals to agree
terms ? the Reds are understood to have set a
�illion loan fee on top of
Sturridge?s �0,000-a-week wages.
The Birmingham-born forward is
anxious to prove himself ? having
not played since December 6 ? as
he looks to rekindle his hopes of
making England?s plane to Russia.
Sturridge said: ?This felt like the
right fit for me. The manager
spoke well, the challenge with the
team and the style of play.?
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CLASS OF 92 ARE MOVING
CAMPBELL . . . claims
WIFE
From Back Page
wasn?t
related
to
domestic violence.
?It related to a
competition between
me and my wife on
a table tennis table
or at basketball.
?But the words
were terrible, so I
apologise.?
Neville claimed he
deleted his Twitter
account because he
did not think it
appropriate to be
on social media as
head of England
women.
The former Manchester United player, 41,
also urged his former club
to start a women?s team.
United
have
always
resisted pressure to enter
the WSL and have no
current plans to change.
Neville added: ?I will be
encouraging them.?
Baroness Sue Campbell,
head of women?s football
at the FA, admitted other
female coaches were overlooked as they are in relationships with players.
She said: ?One is an
issue of abuse, where
someone
is
abusing
their power and that is
totally unacceptable.
?There?s
another
where a player and
coach have a relationship and our view is
that?s not good conduct. It?s not being a
paedophile, it?s not
good conduct.?
2 WHO
STARTED IN
WOMEN?S
FOOTBALL
BOSSING the women?s
national side can lead
to taking charge of the
men?s team.
Englishman
John
Herdman (below) is
Canada?s new
head coach
after leading
the women?s
side to Olympic bronze in
both
2012
and 2016.
Before that
he
bossed
New Zealand
women from
2006-11.
Iceland?s
manager Heimir Hallgrimsson
(above)
coached Hottur and
IBV
women
before
landing the men?s role
at IBV in 2006.
PHIL?S FIRST 5
SHEBELIEVES CUP (INVITATIONAL
TOURNAMENT IN USA)
Thur Mar 1..............................France
Sun Mar 4...........................Germany
Thur Mar 8..................................USA
WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS
Fri Apr 6.............................Wales (h)
Tue Apr 10....Bosnia & Herzegovina (a)
BUSY IZZY . . . Izzy
Christiansen leads
the WSL scoring
charts with seven
SO, Phil, who is current
top scorer in the Women?s
Super League?
The answer
that
stock
response: Pass.
amounted to
Mastermind
It was designed to catch him
out ? and it did.
In an ideal world, a world where
everything is polite and pleasant
and perfect, Phil Neville would
have known his onions.
He is two minutes into a new
job
?
after
being
appointed
England women?s head coach.
Neville spent 20 years, man and
boy, in the dressing rooms of
Manchester United, Everton and
England.
He
played
alongside
Becks,
Keano, Scholesy, Giggsy and Butty
in the days when he was pulling
on the famous red shirt of United.
But from here on in it will be
all about Bronzey, Duggsy, Brighty,
Stokesy and Nobbsy.
Neville said: ?I will give Lucy
Bronze the same messages at
right-back as I gave to Rafael or
Antonio Valencia.
?The runs I want our centreforward Jodie Taylor to make are
the same messages I gave to Robin
van Persie.
?It?s football and anyone who
thinks
differently
is
being
disrespectful to the women?s game.
?When I went to Spain, I knew
three Valencia players. I didn?t
By NEIL
ASHTON
CHIEF FOOTBALL REPORTER
know the language and didn?t
know La Liga.
?But after three months, I knew
the language and every player and
everything about Spain.
?In terms of culture, it will not
be different to Manchester United,
Everton or what we tried to
develop at Valencia. I want trust,
honesty, hard work and humility.
?Those qualities are already in
this dressing room.?
Neville is now the head of it.
He will need to learn at warp
speed to gain knowledge of the
women?s game before his first
game ? France on March 1 in the
SheBelieves Cup at the Mapfre
Stadium in Colombus, Ohio.
Neville has apologised more than
enough
times
for
his
wholly
inappropriate tweets.
But the brief to keep mentioning
that they were published in 2011
and 2012 does not wash.
It was not any more acceptable
then than it is now.
Still, he has said sorry a
million times and must be allowed
to get on with the job in hand.
His enthusiasm alone is a good
starting place.
He scores highly on that front,
full of energy, vitality and a
natural passion for the game.
At one point he mentioned, in
passing, coaching Everton?s disabled
side and it seems a shame that
this has been overlooked in all the
hullabaloo around his appointment.
Nobody remembered that when
they were giving him a shoeing
last week.
He is so passionate about his
football, eager to pass on his
knowledge to a group of players
ranked third in the world.
Former left-back Neville, 41, has
been handed the task of taking
England to the very, very top.
They came up short at the Euros
in
the
summer,
given
the
runaround when hosts Holland
played them off the park in the
semi-final and won 3-0.
Neville,
who
met
his
new
charges for the first time last
week, added: ?I was announced as
the coach at 6pm last Tuesday and
at one minute past six I got a text
from another coach saying: ?Race
you to No 1?.
?That was my sister Tracey. She?s
third in the netball world and has
to get to No 1.
?England women are third in the
world and I have to get to No 1. It?s
a race in our family now. It is like
the last stage of Everest.
?I am the best qualified for the
job because we are talking about
elite players.
?The gap is closing between men
and women?s football because they
have the technique
and the tactics.
?I have played at
the elite level and
worked at elite level
with
United
and
Valencia under scrutiny and pressure.
?These players are
some of the best in
the world and I
have experience of
some of the best in
the world.
?I can?t be any
more qualified. I?ve
got the same qualifications as all the
Premier League, La
Liga and Bundesliga managers ?
I?ve got the top qualification.
?I?ve coached at the elite level, I
think it stands me in good stead.?
With that he was off for a
meeting with Gareth Southgate,
chewing the fat with the head
coach of England?s men?s team.
Soon enough Neville will be
selecting his first squad, sitting
down with new assistant Casey
Stoney ? an England legend with
130 caps ? to pick the players for
the trip to the US.
That will bring its own unique
pressure but at least he will be
across all the big names in the
women?s game by then.
PS Phil, don?t forget to take Izzy
Christiansen (she?s the WSL top
scorer, by the way).
Tweet @neilashton_
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IN WHOLE NEW DIRECTION
ON THE SPOT . . .
Phil Neville is given
a grilling yesterday
Jobs for the boys
PHIL NEVILLE already had his
own named car parking space at
St George?s Park for his first
day at work.
Let?s face it, the FA always get
their priorities right.
Forget due diligence or a transparent process to be manager of
the England team. These seem to
have been dismissed along the
road to Burton.
While Neville was charming at
his unveiling, his appointment
reinforced the sense that football is
still about jobs for the boys.
Over
140
coaches
worldwide
applied for the women?s manager?s
job, with six shortlisted. Neville, of
course, was not among them.
Instead, the former Manchester
United and England star did not
apply
for
the
job
but
was
approached by FA head of women?s
football Sue Campbell, having
admitted he had worked closely
with FA supremo Dan Ashworth
for years.
So you can see why two top
female applicants for the job ?
Vera Pauw and Carolina Morace,
highly-respected coaches in the
international game, might be a tad
disgruntled at not being shortlisted.
They claimed that the bar had
been lowered to accommodate
Neville, who has no managerial
experience, never mind experience
of working in the women?s game.
Since 2000, every major women?s
tournament bar one has been won
by teams coached by women but
as Neville said himself: ?I?m the
myView
I?LL WIN IT
WITH
KIDS
Miami nice for Beckham
DAVID BECKHAM wants to From STEVE BRENNER in Miami top players and of course
to bring some superstars
recreate the class of ?92 and
?There are so many
comes in. I understand
make his Miami MLS team the experience
academies save money ? I am would love to bring in.
envy of America.
?We want to reach for
talking like an owner now! ? and
Becks? four-year push to become
an owner was finally given the
green light here last night at a
glitzy press conference with the
likes of Usain Bolt, Neymar and
Hollywood star Will Smith all
sending
good-luck
messages via video.
Beckham
came
through the ranks at
Manchester
United
along with Ryan Giggs,
Paul Scholes, Nicky
Butt and the Neville
brothers.
And the United and
England legend said:
?My dream is to create
a state-of-the-art academy where we have a
hotbed of talent and
bring kids through just
like we did at United. That will
make us so proud.
?We were a unique group of
kids who saved United so much
money over the years.
?We all came in during 1992 and
were very successful.
?We
were
only
successful
because of the players we came in
with ? Roy Keane, Eric Cantona
etc, as well as a manager like
Alex Ferguson. That?s where my
are where you bring these talented
kids through.
?If you can do that, it would be
incredible.?
Beckham first announced his
plans to be a Stateside supremo
way back in 2014.
There
were
three
failed public attempts
to find a place for a
25,000-capacity home.
But his ownership
group Miami Beckham
United (MBU) has local
investors on board and
an area for a downtown arena has been
sorted.
The team still has
no name, badge or
staff and the stadium
has not been started yet.
But MLS boss Don Garber has
given the project the thumbs-up
and Beckham?s boys will start
playing in 2020.
As well as wanting to develop a
pool of young talent, Beckham is
planning to bring in a marquee
name or two.
He
said:
?I
have already
had so many
calls
from
you need
in.
names I
the stars.
Miami needs a star and that?s
what we plan on doing.
?Cristiano Ronaldo? You?d have
to ask him.?
Becks, 42, will be a hands-on
owner and does not want to follow
old playing pals Phil Neville,
Giggs, Keane and Zinedine Zidane
into management.
The former England skipper will
not be chasing a superstar coach
either ? or bringing his best pal
over to Miami.
He added: ?Is Gary Neville in
my mindset? No. He talks too
much. Phil has taken on a position, that?s great for him.
?They
are
both
all
about
statistics, know everything about
the game.
?Gary went to Valencia but he?s
back on TV now and probably
prefers that.
?The
ownership
group
have
made it clear, my role is to look
for the right manager.
?It doesn?t have to be a big
name, I am not saying it?s not
going to be, but I want to focus
on the philosophy of the club and
the team.
?That?s what I want to build
towards.?
Posh ?n bucks ? Page 8
BECKS APPEAL . . . David
Beckham enjoyed launch of
his MLS team yesterday
By VIKKI ORVICE
SunSport reporter
best MAN for the job.? As for his
Twitter banter, he was at pains
again to apologise. His joke about
domestic violence: ?Relax I?m back
chilled . . . just battered the wife.
Feel better now.?
He claims it was about beating
his wife at table tennis on holiday.
Still, if anything, it shows he has
not lost his competitive edge.
He added: ?In isolation the words
look terrible. The words in 2011/12
were wrong and in 2018 they were
wrong. I?m not sexist.?
When asked about his tweet from
that time on the women?s game:
?This
#Socceraid
game
makes
women?s football look like the Premier League.? his response was to
talk about the standards gap with
the men?s game now closing.
Neville?s parking place (left) is
next to Gareth Southgate?s and he
met up with the Three Lions boss
yesterday afternoon.
It used to be said that being the
England men?s manager was the
most difficult job in the country
after the Prime Minister.
Now the role of women?s boss
could be up there too.
For if the FA have achieved anything with their blunders regarding
predecessor Mark Sampson and
now Neville, it is raising the profile
of the job and the game, albeit for
the wrong reasons.
I CAN?T BELIEVE SANCHEZ JOINED UTD
DAVID BECKHAM last night
told Arsenal: I can?t believe
you let Alexis Sanchez join
Manchester United.
The former England skipper
and United legend, celebrating
becoming an MLS franchise
owner
in
Miami,
was
delighted to see the
(left)
Chilean
star
switch to his beloved
Old Trafford. But he
By STEVE BRENNER
was
shocked
the
move
happened at all.
Midfielder Becks, who made
394 appearances for United,
said: ?I still find it hard to
believe it?s actually happened.
It?s amazing.
?A player of his stature and
calibre has obviously come
from a big club like Arsenal
and then to move to a massive
club like Manchester United,
that for me makes me proud
to be a Manchester United
player because we want great
players and exciting players.
?It?s great to see him run in
a United shirt and I?m sure
he?s going to be successful.?
Sanchez made his Red Devils
debut in Friday?s 4-0 FA Cup
win at League Two Yeovil.
58 ............... Tuesday, January 30, 2018
GIROUD . . . at training
with Wenger yesterday
BAM
From Back Page
an option for Giroud,
although
boss
Arsene
Wenger would not be happy
about selling to a rival.
But the Blues? Italian
chief Antonio Conte is keen
on Giroud, particularly now
a move for Roma?s Edin
Dzeko has collapsed.
The west London club
walked away after Dzeko
wanted a deal until 2021
and �1million a year.
Chelsea will go for Tottenham striker Fernando
Llorente if they cannot
land Giroud.
But they did sign Roma
defender Emerson Palmieri last night for around
�m on a four-year deal.
It allows Blues defender
Baba Rahman to join
Schalke on loan.
Meanwhile, Aubameyang
was criticised yesterday for
failing to testify in a trial
over the bomb attack on
the team last year.
Dortmund?s team bus
was targeted in April on
the way to their home
Champions League quarterfinal tie against Monaco.
Aubameyang was due to
speak at the trial of the
alleged attacker Sergei
Wenergold but did not
show up, citing illness.
Prosecutor Carsten Dombert called the sick note
presented by the player?s
lawyer ?absolutely feeble?.
LATICS
From Back Page
out in the 2014 quarterfinals and tweeted, ?Why
always us?? after they
bagged
their
glamour
draw at the DW Stadium.
City?s rivals United will
face a trip to the winners
of the replay between
Huddersfield and Championship side Birmingham.
If
Millwall
overcome
Rochdale at the second
time of asking, the Lions
could face a fiery London
derby against Tottenham.
But only if Spurs beat
League Two Newport in
their Wembley replay.
Coventry will travel to
Brighton and Chelsea host
Hull, while there is also
an
all-Premier
League
clash between West Brom
and Southampton.
FA CUP
5TH
ROUND
DRAW
Sheff Wed v
Notts County or Swansea
West Brom v Southampton
Chelsea v Hull
Leicester v Sheff United
Hudders?eld or
Birmingham v Man United
Millwall or Rochdale v
Newport or Tottenham
Brighton v Coventry
Wigan v Man City
Ties to be played Feb 17-18
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SPOTLIGHT ON
N
AUBA
THE
TOP
FULL PACKAGE . . .
Aubameyang backs up
his pace and power with
an excellent goal record
Extravagant striker will
bring goals and baggage
ARSENE WENGER is desperate
to land an outstanding talent
in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Even though the Gabon striker
will be bringing plenty of baggage
from Dortmund.
The recently-departed Alexis Sanchez
could be petulant but Aubameyang, 28,
may well upstage him in the difficult
department.
Many of his Borussia Dortmund teammates ? particularly captain Marcel
Schmelzer ? will be popping champagne
corks if the deal is completed in the
next 48 hours.
But on the flip side, Arsenal are
hopeful that signing a player who fired
141
goals
in
213
appearances
for
Dortmund could prove an outstanding
addition at the Emirates.
Even yesterday, Aubameyang found
himself featured on German TV for the
wrong reasons.
He was due in court to give evidence
over last season?s bombing of the
Dortmund team bus, but failed to appear.
His no-show due to ?illness? was noted
by Judge Peter Windgatter, who did
qualify it by commenting the star ?had
played 90 minutes for Dortmund on
By CHARLIE
WYETT
Saturday?. From his home in the
suburbs of the German city, where he
parks his EIGHT luxury sports cars,
Aubameyang was sending out messages
that he genuinely felt unwell.
There should be no communication
problems at Arsenal?s London Colney
training ground as he speaks English,
French, Spanish, German and Italian.
The player?s mother is Spanish, he was
born in France and plays for Gabon for
whom his father, Pierre, won 80 caps
and captained the country.
In 2007, Aubameyang was drafted into
the AC Milan academy ? the year the
Italian giants won their seventh European Cup ? but he failed to make a
first-team appearance.
Instead, he was sent out on loan to
French clubs Dijon, Lille, Monaco and
Saint-Etienne, where he remained after
sealing a �5million move.
At Saint-Etienne he was on a �,000a-week contract but turned down a �m
package to move to
Qatar
because
his
family felt it would be
a bad move.
Despite
an
approach
from Newcastle, Aubameyang
moved to Dortmund for �.3m
in 2013 to play for Jurgen Klopp.
On the international front, he was
invited to appear for Italy Under-19s
when at Dijon, but played for France
U19s v Tunisia in 2009.
He was also eligible for Spain, but his
dad persuaded him to turn out for
Gabon ? and he scored for his country
at the 2012 Olympics in a 1-1 draw with
Switzerland at Newcastle?s St James?
Park.
At club level, he has proved
to be a fearsome player with
his incredible speed a major
plus. But best of all, he can
carry the ball while moving at
pace.
Although his flashy pictures
on Instagram suggest otherwise,
Aubameyang is actually quite shy
and was always popular with
Dortmund?s players until he
first started causing problems.
Aubameyang?s
girlfriend,
Alysha Behague, appears to
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59
MKHITARYAN . . . debut
We?ll Mk
him a hit
Swansea
v Arsenal
7.45pm
By MARK IRWIN
HE?S BOX OFFICE
OUR graphic shows Aubameyang to
be the ultimate poacher. Here is
where he scored his 98 Bundesliga
goals from ? with a whopping 97
coming from inside the 18-yard box.
HIS GOALS IN THE BUNDESLIGA
DREAM MACHINE . . .
?Aub? loves his sports
cars and has eight in the
garages at his luxury home
HOW HE
SCORED THEM
Right foot 64
(inc 10 pens)
Left foot
20
Header
13
Other
1
TOTAL
98
HIS COMPLETE
DORTMUND RECORD
(ALL COMPETITIONS)
Games
Starts
Mins played
Goals
Mins per goal
Assists
Mins per goal or assist
213
182
16,491
141
117
31
96
HONOURS
German Cup (2016-17)
BEST MINS PER GOAL IN
BUNDESLIGA SINCE HIS DEBUT
(AUGUST 2013)
Robert Lewandowski
PIERRE-EMERICK AUBAMEYANG
Bas Dost
Nils Petersen
Javier Hernandez
Anthony Modeste
Claudio Pizarro
Arjen Robben
107
116
127
128
142
149
151
153
like attention and regularly posts on Instagram. The pair plan to marry this year and
have two sons.
The striker is obsessed with
comic book characters and has
celebrated goals with Batman
and Spiderman masks. Last
season, he wore one designed
by
Nike
which
infuriated
Dortmund?s sponsors Puma.
Aub ? as he is called in Germany ? calls his Lamborghini the
Batmobile, while he also likes
expensive clothes and regularly
makes a 100-mile round trip to hit
Dusseldorf?s designer stores.
The cracks first started to appear
at Dortmund in November 2016
when he was suspended for a week.
Dortmund?s players were given a
day off with an instruction not to go
anywhere, but Aub hired a private
jet and flew to Milan to see his
family. Thomas Tuchel, boss at the
time, was livid.
Equally, club skipper Schmelzer
grew tired of Aubameyang?s attitude
and the fact he ignored messages on
WhatsApp groups and was continually late
for training.
The pair had regular bust-ups.
Two months ago, Aub was suspended
FLIGHT OF FANCY . . .
Gabon star was once in
trouble with Borussia
Dortmund for jetting
off to see his family
again when he annoyed the club by starring
in an unauthorised video with Sean Garnier,
a Red Bull football freestyler.
He also turned up 20 minutes late for the
final preparations ahead of a game with
Stuttgart. And this month, while eyeing the
move to Arsenal, Aubameyang found
himself in the spotlight again.
Talking
on
the
German
magazine Kicker?s TV channel, chief writer Karlheinz
Wild
used
the
term
?Affenzirkus?
to
describe
what has been going on
with the player.
Wild questioned whether
he would have acted in this
way at a bigger club. In
AND RUMOURS SEE
response, Aubameyang posted on social
media a screengrab of a Google search for
the word, which translates as ?monkey
circus?, and generated among its results an
image of an ape wearing a swastika
armband and giving a Nazi salute.
Even though the term is a commonly-used
one in Germany, Wild apologised.
It emerged Aubameyang missed a team
meeting the previous evening. He was suspended again.
Now, finally, having promised him a
move last summer, Dortmund look set to
say goodbye.
As for Arsenal, it looks as though
they are landing a real handful ?
on and off the pitch.
Tweet @CharlieWyett
WHO?S A CELE BOY . . . his bizarre
celebration after goal v Schalke in April
ON PAGE 52
ARSENE WENGER is sure
he can bring the best out
of
Manchester
United
reject Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
The Armenian playmaker
is in line for his Arsenal
debut at Swansea tonight
following last week?s swap
deal with Alexis Sanchez.
Mkhitaryan, 29, failed
to impress United boss
Jose Mourinho during 18
months at Old Trafford.
But
Gunners
chief
Wenger said: ?We can see
straight away that Henrikh
is a great player.
?We already knew that
before we signed him but
now we know even more
after some good days of
preparation for this match.
?We will soon know the
best position for him and
how to integrate him with
the way we want to play.
?The intention is to play
him in the same team as
Mesut Ozil but I think
Mkhitaryan can play in all
the midfield positions.
?He has played in a
wide role and he?s not a
holding player but all the
other positions are not
out of reach.
?He can absorb the
winger/playmaker role and
I don?t rule it out for
him to become a
box-to-box player.?
Glass is
Carv full
By CARL LONG
CARLOS
CARVALHAL
reckons Swansea do
not need new players to
stay up.
With just two days until
the transfer window shuts,
the Swans have failed to
strengthen their squad.
Carvalhal is in talks with
Liverpool over a deal for
winger Lazar Markovic,
while Atletico Madrid star
Nicolas Gaitan has already
turned him down.
Yet ahead of tonight?s
game against Arsenal, the
Swansea boss said: ?I
want players but if we
don?t get players, I still
believe we can stay in the
Premier League.
?We have not brought in
any players but we have
lost just once in seven
games and we have played
against good teams.?
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Nev: I did
batter the
Sport
wife... but
UNMISSABLE!
it was at
ping pong
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By PHIL CADDEN
WIGAN?S
reward
for
reaching the FA Cup fifth
round is a repeat of their
famous final triumph
over Manchester City.
The
Latics
stunned West
Ham thanks
to
a
Will
Grigg
double
on Saturday.
Wigan
star
Gary
Roberts
tweeted: ?Can?t
beat a nice
easy
home
draw.?
The League
One side, then
in the Prem, beat City 1-0
at Wembley in 2013 to
claim one of the biggest
Cup upsets of all-time.
Wigan also knocked City
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By NEIL ASHTON
PHIL NEVILLE says he
?battered?
his
wife
playing table tennis or
basketball ? but has
admitted the use of
language in his tweets
was inappropriate.
England women?s new
head coach tried to
explain his controversial
social media post by
insisting it was written
after beating his wife in
a fun game on holiday.
Neville said: ?That
particular word disappointed me most of all.
Domestic violence is a
serious topic. In isolation it looks bad. It
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SHAKE ON IT . . . Phil
Neville meets men?s
boss Gareth Southgate
SQUEAKY
BAM
TIME
By CHARLIE WYETT
ARSENAL are sweating on
Borussia Dortmund finding
a replacement for PierreEmerick Aubameyang.
The Gabon international, 28,
is ready to fly to London to
complete his �million move
but the Germans are still
looking to land another striker.
Dortmund have looked at
Chelsea?s Michy Batshuayi ? on
loan
?
and
Frenchman
Anthony Modeste, who is playing at Chinese side Tianjin
Quanjian on loan from Cologne.
Arsenal have agreed a deal
for Aubameyang and were
happy to allow Olivier Giroud
to move the other way.
But Giroud is understood to be keen on
staying in England
for family reasons.
Chelsea remain
STURRIDGE . . . new kit
Baggies?
Dan raid
By GRAEME BRYCE
WEST BROM have sealed
a stunning swoop for
Liverpool?s
World
Cup
hopeful Daniel Sturridge.
The England striker, 28,
last night completed a
Hawthorns loan deal until
the end of the season.
It is a big boost for boss
Alan Pardew as his Baggies
battle against relegation.
And it could reignite the
chances
of
Sturridge
going to Russia with the
Three Lions this summer.
Pards said: ?This is a
big coup for us. I hope
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Gunners sweat
on Pierre deal
AU NO . . .
Aubameyang?s
Arsenal move
hangs in balance
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GLEN BEVIS? POOLS PREDICTIONS
GAMES PLAYING SATURDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY
LAST FIVE HOMES
LAST FIVE AWAYS
Forecast
Last four seasons
PREMIER LEAGUE
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1-3
1-1
1-5
1-0
2-2
1-0
1-1
1-2
1-1
0-0
1-0
0-4
0-0
1-0
2-1
0-3
0-0
1-0
1-4
1-2
3-3
3-3
1-0
0-3
2-3
2-2
5-0
2-2
2-1
0-0
2-2
2-1
2-2
1-2
0-0
3-0
2-1
0-0
1-2
1-1
4-1...
2-1...
0-4...
0-1...
1-0...
2-0...
4-3...
3-0...
2-2...
2-0...
Arsenal v Everton ................................
Bournemouth v Stoke ........................
Brighton v West Ham .........................
Burnley v Man City ..............................
Crystal Palace v Newcastle ..............
Leicester v Swansea...........................
Liverpool v Tottenham .......................
Man Utd v Huddersfield.....................
Watford v Chelsea...............................
West Brom v Southampton ..............
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
2-0
1-0
1-0
1-1
1-1
1-0
2-2
3-0
2-2
1-3
5-1
0-0
2-0
1-0
1-0
3-1
1-0
1-3
2-2
0-1
1-0
0-0
2-2
3-0
2-1
1-0
1-2
1-1
1-1
1-2
1-2
1-1
1-0
5-0
1-1
4-1
0-0
2-1
2-3
2-1
0-2
0-3
0-1
3-0
3-1...
0-0...
6-0...
3-4...
1-2...
1-1...
0-3...
0-1...
0-0...
1-0...
0-2...
Aston Villa v Burton Albion ...............
Derby v Brentford................................
Fulham v Nottm Forest ......................
Leeds v Cardiff.....................................
Norwich v Middlesbrough.................
Preston v Hull .......................................
QPR v Barnsley ....................................
Reading v Millwall................................
Sheff Wed v Birmingham ..................
Sunderland v Ipswich.........................
Wolves v Sheff Utd .............................
1-1
5-1
2-1
1-2
3-1
2-1
1-1
2-0
1-0
1-1
0-1
1-0
0-3
0-4
1-0
3-1
4-1
1-4
1-3
1-0
0-0
1-1
3-3
0-1
2-3
5-0
0-3
1-1
0-0
5-2
2-1
5-0
1-1
0-0
0-1
1-2
0-2
3-0
2-2
0-0
4-0
3-0
1-4
4-3
3-1
1-1
1-1
2-0
0-4
2-2
1
1
1
2
X
1
1
1
2
X
2-1 1-1 2-0 2-1 3-1
3-1 --- --- 1-3 2-2
2-0 --- --- --- --0-3 --- 1-0 --- 1-2
0-0 0-3 1-1 5-1 --2-0 --- 2-0 4-0 2-1
3-2 4-0 3-2 1-1 2-0
4-0 --- --- --- --1-2 --- --- 0-0 1-2
1-1 0-1 1-0 0-0 0-1
1-0
2-2
4-2
0-2
2-1
2-2
3-1
1-0
1-1
0-1
3-1
0-1
3-2
2-1
2-2
2-1
1-0
0-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
1-0
1-2
1-2
1-1
2-0
1-2
1-0
2-1
3-0
1-1
1-0
2-2
0-3
3-0
0-0
2-1
2-3
1-0
0-1
2-1
0-2
4-1
1-1
6-0
0-1
0-2
0-0
0-3
1-0
3-1
3-4
1-1
1-1
1-2
1
X
1
1
2
1
X
1
1
1
1
3-1 --- --- --- 2-1
1-1 --- 1-1 2-0 0-0
2-1 --- 3-2 1-3 3-2
2-0 --- 1-2 1-0 0-2
1-2 --- 0-1 --- --1-0 --- --- 1-0 --0-0 2-0 --- --- 2-1
3-1 1-1 3-2 --- --2-0 4-1 0-0 3-0 3-0
1-0 --- --- --- --3-1 2-0 --- --- ---
1-1
1-0
1-1
1-0
2-1
1-2
1-1
2-4
1-0
0-0
2-1
1-1
0-0
1-1
0-0
2-3
4-3
2-1
3-0
2-3
0-1
2-1
2-2
2-1
1-2
1-2
1-1
2-2
2-0
1-2
3-1
1-1
1-1
2-2
2-1
0-2
3-1
1-0
3-2
1-1
2-0
3-1
2-0
1-1
2-2
0-0
3-1
1-2
0-1
2-0
2-1
3-2
2-1
2-0
3-1
1-2
1-1
0-4
2-1
1-3
1
2
1
X
1
X
1
X
X
1
1
1
2-1 --- --- --- 2-0
0-1 --- --- 4-3 --1-0 --- --- --- 0-1
2-2 0-1 2-2 2-1 2-2
2-0 0-3 --- --- 2-3
1-1 1-1 2-1 1-2 1-2
4-1 --- --- 0-0 1-4
2-2 --- --- --- --1-1 --- --- --- 1-2
2-0 --- --- --- --1-0 0-3 1-1 --- 1-4
2-0 --- --- 3-2 ---
2-1
3-0
0-1
1-1
2-1
1-2
3-1
2-1
0-1
2-1
3-0
2-3
1-2
2-0
0-2
3-2
3-1
1-0
1-0
2-1
1-0
1-2
2-0
1-0
4-1
0-3
3-1
2-1
0-2
0-2
1-1
2-1
1-1
0-1
1-4
1-2
2-1
2-0
3-1
1-0
0-1
1-2
1-2
1-0
3-2
3-1
1-2
1-1
1-0
1-1
1
X
1
1
2
X
1
1
1
1
3-1 --- 2-2
2-2 --- 3-0
1-0 --- --1-0 --- --0-2 --- --3-3 --- --2-1 --- 2-3
3-0 --- --3-1 4-0 2-1
2-0 --- ---
0-0
------0-1
--4-1
1-1
-----
0-1
--0-0
--0-1
--1-1
0-1
1-1
---
0-2
2-1
1-0
1-1
5-1
0-1
1-1
3-2
1-2
2-2
3-0
4-1
3-1
2-1
0-1
4-0
2-0
0-0
1-0
2-0
1-3
0-2
1-0
0-1
1-3
2-0
1-1
1-2
1-3
1-0
1
1
1
2
1
X
3-0 --- 3-0 3-0
1-0 --- 1-1 5-2
2-0 0-2 --- 2-2
1-3 0-3 0-2 0-1
1-0 4-3 0-0 3-1
2-2 --- 0-2 4-2
2-1
1-1
2-2
0-1
2-0
---
SKY BET CHAMPIONSHIP
SKY BET LEAGUE ONE
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
2-1
0-3
0-1
0-0
2-1
5-1
2-1
2-1
1-0
1-1
4-2
3-0
3-0
1-0
1-1
2-3
1-1
1-2
2-3
4-1
2-1
2-1
1-0
2-0
0-1
0-3
1-2
0-2
0-1
1-1
3-0
1-0
3-1
1-1
0-0
0-0
2-1
0-2
1-0
1-2
3-1
1-1
1-1
3-0
1-1
1-0
1-2
0-0
3-1...
0-1...
3-1...
1-2...
2-1...
1-2...
3-0...
1-3...
0-1...
2-0...
2-1...
0-0...
Bristol Rovers v Shrewsbury ............
Bury v Blackpool .................................
Charlton v Oxford Utd........................
Fleetwood v Scunthorpe...................
Northampton v Rochdale..................
Oldham v Bradford City.....................
Peterborough v Southend ................
Plymouth v Blackburn ........................
Portsmouth v Doncaster ...................
Rotherham v AFC Wimbledon .........
Walsall v MK Dons ..............................
Wigan v Gillingham.............................
SKY BET LEAGUE TWO
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
1-1
2-1
3-1
0-2
1-1
3-1
3-0
2-2
0-0
2-0
1-0
0-2
1-1
0-1
0-3
2-0
1-1
0-0
3-3
1-0
2-3
0-0
0-0
1-2
0-2
3-0
2-0
2-1
1-0
4-0
4-0
2-0
1-4
1-0
1-2
2-1
4-2
3-1
1-2
1-1
3-2...
0-1...
1-1...
5-2...
0-1...
2-2...
1-0...
3-2...
1-2...
2-2...
Accrington v Stevenage ....................
Chesterfield v Crawley.......................
Colchester v Newport County .........
Forest Green v Coventry ...................
Grimsby v Cheltenham ......................
Lincoln City v Swindon ......................
Luton v Exeter ......................................
Mansfield v Barnet ..............................
Notts County v Crewe........................
Port Vale v Morecambe .....................
44
45
46
47
48
49
1-2
2-1
1-0
0-3
0-1
3-0
4-1
0-1
2-0
1-3
1-1
2-1
1-0
3-0
4-0
5-1
1-1
1-3
0-0
0-2
0-0
1-0
1-3
2-0
3-1...
0-1...
1-1...
2-1...
2-0...
2-0...
Aberdeen v Hamilton .........................
Dundee v Ross County......................
Hearts v St Johnstone .......................
Kilmarnock v Celtic .............................
Motherwell v Partick ...........................
Rangers v Hibernian...........................
LADBROKES PREMIERSHIP
SIX NATIONS
HILL
WORLD CUP winner
Richard Hill will be
key
to
helping
England?s ruck rookies
get ready for their
Six Nations debuts.
After an injury curse
hit the defending champs,
boss Eddie Jones could
be forced to field his
most inexperienced backrow against Italy.
With Billy Vunipola and
Nathan Hughes out for the
whole tournament ? and
James Haskell banned for
Sunday?s Rome opener but
training with the squad this
week ? Jones is praying
Chris Robshaw and Maro
Itoje come through fitness
tests this week.
But if young guns Sam
Underhill and Sam Simmonds do start, they will be
sent on to the pitch after
plenty of pep talks from
hero Hill (above), who won
71 England caps and played
five Tests for the Lions.
Now team manager
under Jones, Hill is
an integral part of the
England squad and
mentor to Underhill
and Simmonds, who
both have just three
caps each.
Hill?s old team-mate
and another Red Rose
legend
Neil
Back
(right) said: ?Richard
was a great part of England?s
back-row and the Lions, too.
?And if I was a player in
the current England squad,
he is exactly the guy I
would want to talk to.
?Hilly was an exceptional
talent and one of the best
back-rows to play for his
country, so to have him
there for these youngsters to
pick his brains is a huge
boost.?
Back-up No 8 Zach Mercer
is one of a number of newboys set for an international
debut at the Stadio Olimpico.
Newcastle Falcons openside Gary Graham is also
uncapped and was the shock
call-up for this opening
game against Conor O?Shea?s
whipping boys.
But
despite
the
new
names and faces, Leicester
legend Back believes there
should be no fear against
the wooden-spoon specialists.
He said: ?It?s lucky that
Italy are first up. Had it
MARCO FU is a
doubt for snooker?s
P
World Championship in
April because he needs
laser eye surgery.
The Hong Kong potter, 40, has been diagnosed by doctors with
degeneration of the
retina in his left eye.
Fu is ranked No 9 in
the world, but the
sport?s
chiefs
have
provision in the rules
for freezing a seeding
position in the case of
prolonged
or
lifethreatening illness.
By JONNY
FORDHAM
been Ireland, then it would
have
presented
a
much
greater problem.
?Italy have lost their last
12 games in the Six Nations
following their victory over
Scotland in 2015, which
seems like a long time ago.
?It?s a good game to get
up and running and England
have got to establish a depth
in the squad, too.
?You need to get over the
fact that Billy Vunipola is
unavailable. In a Six Nations
or even the World Cup there
will be injuries ? and you
can?t let that disrupt the
focus of winning.
?Teams used to need two
deep in every position but
that is not enough now. You
need at least three.
?Now when a player comes
into the team you need to
have complete faith in the
back-up?s ability to perform.?
And while Underhill, 21, might have
only a few caps, he is
someone Jones has
had his eye on ever
since
taking
the
Twickenham
hotseat
late in 2015.
The Bath turnover
specialist started both
Tests against Argentina last summer but
a case of concussion against
Australia in the autumn has
led to him being sidelined
for two months.
Now he is fit, Back hopes
Underhill can take his game
forward in the Six Nations.
Back added: ?One of the
things you need to be a good
back-row player for England
is to be good defensively.
Sam is definitely that.
?But there are certain
areas he needs to develop.
?He needs to develop more
continuity
play
to
his
brilliant defensive game.
?It?s about carrying when
he needs to but also developing
his
ball-handling
skills and tucking people
into holes and offloading.
?It?s about working on that
distribution to put others
into
space
and
keeping
himself in the game.?
l JOIN World Cup hero Neil Back at the
award-winning Wolf Run obstacle challenge in
East Sussex on April 28. Get your pack
together at www.thewolfrun.com
Tweet @SunJonnyFordham
Lo ?n behold, Amir
is back in the ring
AMIR KHAN will return after almost two years out
of the ring against Canadian Phil Lo Greco at
Liverpool?s Echo Arena on April 21.
It is the start of Khan?s three-fight deal with
Matchroom Boxing and his first bout since the
savage KO by then WBC middleweight king Saul
?Canelo? Alvarez in May 2016.
Khan, 31, will step down in weight for a showdown just above the 149lb welterweight threshold.
Lo Greco, 33, has won 28 of his 31 fights but was
beaten by IBF champ Errol Spence Jr and Shawn
Porter. Khan said: ?I cannot wait. He?s an aggressive fighter, so it?ll be very exciting for the fans.?
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ITALY v ENGLAND
AND
START
Legend?s help will get
kids to ruck ?n roll
SIMMONDS
UNDERHILL
CAPS
AGE
21 3
TRAIN GANG . . .
Launchbury, Underhill
and Simmonds in
England training
CAPS
AGE
23 3
51
Trev: World?s
in our hands
TREVOR BAYLISS has labelled England favourites
to lift cricket?s World Cup at home next year.
STATE OF
THE NATIONS
ENGLAND REASONS
TO BE CHEERFUL
They have lost just once in 23
games under Eddie Jones, are
defen
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