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Daily Express – May 07, 2018

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In a horrifying string of
violent incidents, police
confirmed a teenage boy
was shot dead in London,
a man was stabbed to
death in Liverpool and
three people were badly
injured in an acid attack.
Officers also revealed
that another man, known
gangland fixer John Kinsella, was shot dead near
St Helens, Merseyside, by
a gunman on a bicycle.
In
another
incident,
Scotland Yard said two
boys, aged 13 and 15, were
shot near Harrow, in northwest London.
Officers were called to
the scene on the High
Street in Wealdstone yesterday afternoon where
the boys were found suffering from gunshot wounds.
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night they were waiting for
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CAMPAIGNERS last night
slammed proposals to force
people working beyond the
state pension age to start
paying national insurance.
Nearly 1.3 million so-called
“silver strivers” could be in
line for the crippling tax hike
being considered by Health
Secretary Jeremy Hunt to
raise extra funds for the
crisis-hit social care system,
it emerged yesterday.
Around £2billion a year
could be raised by imposing
the 12 per cent “care tax”
levy on earnings under the
plan drawn up as part of a
package of measures drafted
to provide more support for
the frail elderly and other
vulnerable adults.
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But Tory peer Baroness
Altmann, a former pensions
minister, said: “Trying to
fund social care by raising
national insurance on pensioners who are working
would be utterly unfair.
“It is not right to single
out one group of people,
many of whom are not even
that well off, and force them
to pay for the social care of
everybody else.
“Many of these people are
only working because their
pensions are so low they
cannot make ends meet.”
Sh said Tory support was
dented in last year’s general
election after the party’s
manifesto proposal to raise
care costs. She added:
“Social care is a national
issue that needs to be tackled with a national solution
through the tax system.”
She also believed the plan
would be a disincentive for
people over retirement age
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PENSIONER and businesswoman Jill Martin, seen
above with her husband Geoffrey, said she had no
objection to paying National Insurance if it means a
cash injection into the NHS.
The 67-year-old grandmother, who set up her
catering company The Town Kitchen, in Deal, Kent,
three years after retiring, said “If I earn enough
money I do not mind paying towards the NHS to
keep it going. We’re lucky as we own our own home.
Geoffrey works part-time, restoring stained glass.”
She said she had been “reluctant” to end her
working life. She said: “I will never stop – this is now
the most exciting time in my life.”
to carry on working, which
had been shown to have
many health benefits. Last
night Tory sources distanced
Mrs May from the plan.
But Neil Duncan-Jordan,
of the National Pensioners’
Convention, said: “If you’re
going out to work and earning above the threshold,
How NI rules stand now
MOST workers now stop
paying National Insurance
at state pension age.
But Class 4 National
Insurance contributions
continue after the state
pension age for selfemployed people who
earn profits of more than
£8,424-a-year.
Workers can also make
extra NI contributions
if they have missed
payments during part of
their careers, in order to
ensure they are entitled to
a full state pension.
But workers are
normally only able
to make up missed
contributions run up in
the previous six years.
The state retirement
age for men is 65 and is
rising from 60 to 65 for
women. It is due to be 66
for both men and women
in October 2020.
then you should pay national
insurance whether you’re 18
or 88. But this won’t raise
anywhere near enough to fix
the problems in social care.”
Mr Hunt is understood to
have made his proposal in a
“green paper” discussion
document. The plan is set to
be backed in a report tomorrow by the Intergenerational
Commission, an independent inquiry into fairness
between age groups.
Its chairman Lord Willetts, a Tory ex-minister,
said: “If you have a 67-yearold working alongside a
57-year-old doing the same
job for the same pay, do we
really say the 67-year-old
should take home more and
have lower deductions?”
The Department of Health
and Social Care said: “We
will shortly outline the Government’s plans to reform
social care to ensure it is
sustainable for the future.”
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number are
shunning
retirement
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PENSIONERS are scorning
retirement and choosing
to stay in work in record
numbers, a survey
suggests – but employers,
advertisers and society
have not caught up.
More than half those
polled have begun a
business and 75 per cent
say they make a profit.
Two-thirds regard work
beyond state pension age
as an excellent way of
keeping an active mind.
Just over three-quarters
want to work part-time
before retiring completely
and nine out of 10 have
changed their working
patterns, with two out of
three saying the change of
pace has boosted their
wellbeing and given them
a better work/life balance.
Last night Andrew Tully,
of pension specialists
Retirement Advantage,
said: “Lots of over-50s
enjoy their jobs. It’s
important that businesses
recognise the value of
older employees’ expertise
and experience and
support them to stay on.”
One in three people
takes the plunge as a
volunteer to give back
something for the benefit
of his or her community.
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Lisa Harris, of Saga,
which polled almost
10,000 over-50s, said: “For
many people retirement is
a concept they do not want
to entertain at all.
“Even if they do
eventually choose to give
up work, they want to
continue to contribute and
keep doing the things they
enjoy. They do not want to
put their feet up!”
The Office for National
Statistics says now, for the
first time, there are more
than 10 million people
aged over 50 in
employment – the
equivalent of the
population of Sweden.
Middle-aged and older
workers now make up
nearly a third (31 per cent)
of the British workforce –
a total of 10,050,000 and
up from 21 per cent in the
early 1990s.
Dr Anna Dixon, of the
Centre for Ageing Better,
said: “Enabling more older
workers to remain is
critical to economic
growth. Despite this,
around a million older
people are workless
involuntarily.”
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Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
Grans may
get rights
on children
GRANDPARENTS could be given
a legal right to see their
grandchildren after their parents
divorce, it was reported last night.
Justice minister Lucy Frazer
QC said she was thinking about
backing a change in the law to
establish a “presumption” that
grandparents could see their
grandchildren after parents split.
The proposed changes would
need judges to back bids by
grandparents, uncles and aunts,
to get access to grandchildren,
nephews and nieces.
MPs from all parties are
backing an amendment to the
Children’s Act 1989 to place into
law the child’s right to have a
relationship with their
grandparents and other close
members of the extended family.
Experts say those most likely
to lose out in divorce case are
fathers’ parents. Research from
the Ministry of Justice show
almost 2,000 applications for
child arrangements orders, which
give family members the right to
see a child, were made by
grandparents in 2016.
The number has soared from
1,617 in 2014. More than 1,000
applications were made between
January and June last year.
Maeve Thompson, of charity
Grandparents Plus, said
grandparents were left
“devastated” when they could not
see their grandchildren due to
divorce. She said: “Research has
shown grandparents have a
positive impact when families are
going through difficult times.”
Fugitive
won’t fight
extradition
A FORMER suspect in the murder
of Stephen Lawrence will not be
challenging his extradition after
his arrest in Spain.
Jamie Acourt, 41, wanted in
connection with a £4million drugs
plot, has accepted he will be
returned, according to the
National Crime Agency.
One of the UK’s most wanted
fugitives, the south Londoner
tried to convince police he was an
Italian tourist when they arrested
him at a gym in Barcelona on
Friday.
He had been wanted by the
Metropolitan Police since 2016.
The force was aided by the
National Crime Agency and
Spanish National Police.
Acourt, who has always denied
involvement in the killing of
Stephen, was last seen in the UK
on February 1, 2016, in south
London.
He was one of five suspects
investigated over the racist
murder of 18-year-old Stephen in
Eltham, south-east London, in
1993. Gary Dobson and David
Norris were jailed in 2012.
Acourt was among 10 fugitives
who Crimestoppers said were
wanted in Britain for a variety of
crimes, including murder,
drug-running, fraud and
paedophile offences.
It was thought Acourt, who is
related to Elliott Wright of TV’s
The Only Way Is Essex, was living
the high life in Marbella.
Sir Alex
and his
wife Cathy
at the
Palace to
receive his
knighthood
in 1999
Son Darren, manager at Doncaster Rovers
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THE football world united in support of legendary manager Sir Alex
Ferguson last night as he fought the
biggest battle of his life following a
brain haemorrhage.
The former Manchester United
boss – widely regarded as Britain’s
most successful football manager –
remains in intensive care with his
family by his bedside.
Doctors performed an emergency
operation on Saturday and his
former club revealed the procedure
had gone “very well”.
But a United spokesman added:
“He needs a period of intensive care
to optimise his recovery. His family
request privacy.”
Chris Chandler, consultant neurosurgeon at King’s College, London,
said: “The surgery going well means
the surgeons have achieved what
they set out to achieve.
“We don’t know exactly what kind
of brain haemorrhage he had. There
are many different kinds, all of which
have vastly different outcomes for
the patient.
“We have to now wait for more
information before anybody can say
what the outcome is likely to be.”
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It is understood an ambulance
was called to the football icon’s
Cheshire home at around 9am on
Saturday. He was taken to Macclesfield District Hospital before being
transferred to the Salford Royal.
Current and former players, the
Football
Association,
Premier
League, Fifa, Uefa and clubs from
Britain and around the world all
sent their best wishes to the legendary boss.
David Beckham offered his support to his former manager and wife
Cathy. He posted a picture of himself as a young player alongside Sir
Alex on Instagram, adding: “Keep
fighting boss. Sending prayers and
love to Cathy and the whole family.”
Former goalkeeper Edwin van der
Sar, whose wife Annemarie suffered
a brain haemorrhage in 2009 but
later recovered, said he was “devastated” to hear the news “knowing all
too well about the situation ourselves”.
Manchester City joined other
clubs, some using the Twitter hashtag “football family”, to wish Sir
Alex well. It said everyone there
wishes him “a full and speedy recovery after his surgery”. And fans took
to the pitch at the Etihad Stadium
yesterday to show their concern.
Liverpool added: “A great rival
but also a great friend who supported this club during its most difficult time, it is hoped that Sir Alex
will make a full recovery.” The Glaswegian coach won 38 trophies with
Be strong boss!
Football unites
for Fergie after
brain surgery
APPRENTICE star Karren Brady’s
health scare gives hope to
millions of football fans praying
for Sir Alex’s recovery. She
survived a brain aneurysm she
says “changed my life forever”.
The businesswoman and West
Ham United vice-chairman was
told she had a 30 per cent
chance of dying when
doctors discovered the
illness during a routine
health check.
Brady, who has two
children, said surviving
made her realise that
“life is short” and
spurred her into joining
Lord Sugar on the hit
TV show, The
Apprentice.
She said : “I
United, including 13 Premier League
titles and two Champions League
titles. He retired as United manager
in May 2013 but regularly attended
matches at Old Trafford.
Last Sunday he presented Arsene
Wenger, the outgoing Arsenal boss,
with a commemorative trophy to
mark his departure after 22 years.
Former Rangers player Sir Alex
began his managerial career at East
It changed
me forever...
would never have done it had
I not gone through the
experience. It made me
realise that you should
try new things.”
At the time in 2006,
doctors said it was a
miracle she had
survived giving birth
to her two children.
Within a week of
TV star Karren
could have died
Stirlingshire before taking charge of
St Mirren, winning the First Division title. He then moved to Aberdeen, winning three Scottish League
championships, four Scottish Cups
and the Uefa Cup Winners’ Cup in
1983.
Born into a family of shipyard
workers in the Govan area of Glasgow, Sir Alex is a well-known Labour
supporter and donor. Pep Guardiola
being diagnosed, the
businesswoman had been
operated on.
Ms Brady wrote : “They called
to say the radiologist had
discovered a brain aneurysm that
could rupture at any time. I
needed urgent treatment .”
She said : “The main risks were
rupture during the procedure,
bleeding or a stroke during surgery,
which could leave me disabled or
dead. I still have a five per cent
risk of stroke which doesn’t
sound a lot, but when you’re
faced with it, it’s bloody awful.”
Her husband Paul said that the
illness had changed his wife.
He said: “She’s less likely
to get so fraught about the
unimportant things that used
to wind her up.”
has sent his best wishes. Sir Alex
took Guardiola out to dinner
recently to congratulate him on
winning this season’s Premier
League title with Manchester City,
and the Spaniard hopes his friend
makes a swift recovery.
Speaking before City’s match
against Huddersfield yesterday he
said: “So a big hug and our thoughts
are with his wife Cathy and the Man***
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Pictures: ROBBIE JAY BARRATT, HARRY GOODWIN / GETTY, IAN JONES, MARTIN RICKETT, ANDY HAMPSON / PA
Sir Alex proudly
holds the 1996
Premier League
Trophy – one of
the many he
won during
his reign
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Manchester City fans hold a ‘Get well Fergie’ sign at Etihad Stadium yesterday
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A BRAIN haemorrhage is
bleeding in or around the brain.
It results from the rupture of a
cerebral aneurysm – a ballooning
in an artery wall, causing it to
thin and become weak.
There are usually no warning
signs, but it can sometimes
happen during physical effort.
Symptoms include a sudden
severe headache, being sick,
seizures and loss of
consciousness. It accounts for
five per cent of all strokes in the
UK. The pooled blood forms a
mass known as a haematoma,
increasing the pressure on the
chester United family. I was glad to
have dinner with him two weeks
ago, and hopefully he can recover
as quickly as possible.”
Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, who was signed by Sir Alex as
an 18-year-old, said: “My thoughts
and prayers are with you, my dear
friend. Be strong, boss.” Willie
Miller, who served as Aberdeen
captain under Sir Alex, said: “Hop-
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brain and reducing blood flow.
People who experience the
condition will sometimes
develop symptoms similar to a
stroke, with weakness on one
side or numbness. Sometimes
patients will experience difficulty
speaking or seeing.
Luke Griggs, from the brain
injury charity Headway, said
patients can suffer a
haemorrhage spontaneously as
a result of a ruptured aneurysm.
“A haemorrhage can also
result from a blow to the head,”
ing the great man does what he
does best and wins this challenge.”
Current United players expressed
their shock on Twitter. Chris Smalling said: “Gutted to hear the news
about Sir Alex. Stay strong boss.”
Former Manchester United midfielder Bryan Robson, who played
for the Old Trafford club between
1981 and 1994, said: “It did come as
a big surprise but from what I’ve
he added, “often of a significant
severity, but it can sometimes
occur after a seemingly minor
head injury.”
Other causes can include high
blood pressure, leading to
weakening arterial walls or
weakened blood vessels.
In some cases of brain
haemorrhage, an operation is
needed to relieve the pressure
on the brain. Draining the
haematoma will reduce the size
of the pooled blood, while
surgeons can also repair
damaged blood vessels.
There are several ways a
heard the operation went well, so
hopefully the boss will have a full
recovery and I think that’s what
everybody would really wish for.
“Everybody respects him highly
about what he did in the game.”
Referring to his outspoken management style, he added that everyone thinks it was all this ‘hairdryer’ treatment “but the boss
enjoys a good time, really enjoys his
surgeon can drain the pooled
blood, including removing a
portion of the skull.
A bleed on the brain can also
be treated through medication.
Mr Griggs said: “Every brain
injury is unique, as is every
individual’s recovery.”
Many patients will survive, but
recovery can take many months.
Extensive rehabilitation is
needed to regain function,
including speech therapy.
Some people can be left with
persistent weakness or residual
seizures, headaches or memory
problems.
racing and is good company when
you’re around him.”
In 2003 Sir Alex underwent cardioversion electric shock treatment
for a heart irregularity.
He married Cathy in 1966 and
they have three sons – Mark, and
twins Jason and Darren, who is
Doncaster Rovers manager.
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says Paddy
MANCHESTER United legend
Paddy Crerand played in a team
that included George Best and
Bobby Charlton when the club
won the European Cup in 1968.
He and Sir Alex Ferguson
frequently clashed in Scottish
fixtures but became firm friends
at Old Trafford.
Crerand, 79, said: “I was
devastated to learn my dear friend
Alex was so ill.
“I am just
praying for
him and Cathy
his wife.
“He’s a
fighter
through and
through. And
he’s fit too.
He’s never out
of the gym.”
Crerand is old
friend of Alex
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A CABINET minister has been
accused of restarting the Project Fear
anti-Brexit campaign as the Tory row
over customs links with the EU
erupted into open clashes.
Pro-Brussels Business Secretary
Greg Clark enraged Eurosceptic colleagues by insisting a partnership
was still a “live option”.
He warned that thousands of jobs
could be lost if it was dropped.
Mr Clark’s assertion angered proBrexit ministers who thought the
blueprint, which would leave Britain
closely tied to Brussels, had been
abandoned by Theresa May following
a crunch meeting last week.
One, referring to the Remain campaign’s failed propaganda blitz before
the 2016 EU referendum, said: “It’s
Project Fear all over again.”
Another Cabinet source said: “Greg
appears to be re-fighting the referendum, this is Project Fear 3.0.
“Instead of listening to vested interests he should pay more attention to
the 17.4 million who voted to take
back control of our trade policy.”
Downing Street officials were
forced to distance the Prime Minister
from Mr Clark’s outburst. A Number
10 spokeswoman said claims that Mrs
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May told the Business Secretary to
defend the customs partnership plan
were “nonsense”.
Mr Clark used the BBC One Andrew
Marr Show yesterday to signal that
the pro-Brussels faction in Cabinet
still backed a customs partnership,
despite being outnumbered at
the
Brexit
sub-committee
last
Thursday.
He confirmed the plan was “still on
the table, still a live option”, adding:
“You can compare models but actually you need to have in mind the
future jobs but also the very important jobs for people today.”
Firms needed certainty that a new
customs system “that has the minimum of frictions” would be set up
after Brexit he said.
Warning that a wrong decision on
the issue could hit jobs, Mr Clark
added: “I was talking this week to the
global president of Toyota Motors.
“They’re making a big decision as
to where the next motor plant should
be in Europe. We’ve got a very successful one in Deeside at the moment,
in north Wales.
“But there are choices as to whether
that should be located on the Continent. Between that plant and the
plant in Burnaston, Derbyshire, there
are 3,500 people employed.”
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in custom union row
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May,
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yesterday,
insists
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plan has
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BRITAIN’S annual payment to the EU
would soar to more than £22billion if
Brexit was cancelled, anti-Brussels
campaigners said yesterday.
New figures based on European
Commission estimates for the next
six-year EU budget published last week
suggested an eye-watering hike in the
country’s membership fee.
Change Britain, a pressure group
campaigning for a full break, calculated
that the £1.1trillion spending plan lined
up by the commission for 2021 to 2027
would land the UK with an annual bill of
£22.4billion – that’s equivalent to
£431.7million per week.
That figure compares with our
contribution of £13.9billion in 2016.
Both amounts were based on gross
contributions, excluding the UK’s annual
budget rebate and cash allocated for
spending in Britain on EU-set priorities.
EU chiefs have also promised to
“eliminate” national rebates.
If it went through it would mean the
commission would keep a higher
proportion of the UK contribution if the
country stayed in the bloc.
Change Britain chairman, former
Labour MP Gisela Stuart, said: “These
figures lay bare the eye-watering sums of
money UK taxpayers would have had to
hand over to Brussels had we voted to
stay in the EU.
“Plans to increase the EU budget and
slash rebates show Brussels bureaucrats
are only too happy to squeeze more cash
out of member states.
“Outside of the EU’s single market we
can stop sending billions of pounds to
the EU every year, and instead spend it
on the priorities of UK citizens.”
missed Mr Clark’s comments. He told
ITV’s Peston On Sunday: “This
Project Fear has been so thoroughly
discredited that you would have
thought it would have come to an end
by now.
“The customs partnership is in a
sense misnamed because it means
single market as well as customs
union and therefore we would not in
effect be leaving the European Union
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because the single market and the
customs union are the twin pillars of
the European Union,” he said.
The Tory row erupted despite the
Prime Minister repeating her pledge
to lead the UK out of the single market and customs union yesterday.
She told of her “absolute determination to make a success of Brexit by
leaving the customs union and building a new relationship with the EU
that takes back control of our borders, our laws and our money.”
At the end of last week’s fractious
Brexit sub-committee meeting, the
Prime Minister ordered more work on
two rival customs plans.
Eurosceptic ministers want a looser
model
with
digital
technology
deployed at the border between
Northern Ireland and the Irish
Republic to enforce customs rules.
Blunkett warns Labour over Corbyn
Corbyn ‘heading to election doom’
JEREMY Corbyn is leading Labour
towards electoral disaster, former
Cabinet minister Lord Blunkett
warned yesterday.
The former home secretary is the
most senior Labour figure to call for
a change of party leadership after
last week’s local election flop.
Other party insiders warned Mr
Corbyn’s ambivalent stance over
Brexit risked alienating millions in
the party’s northern heartlands. The
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angry criticism intensified as Labour
MPs pondered the party’s failure to
take or retain control of a string of
local authorities.
David Blunkett hit out at the hardLeft leader, saying the party
“catastrophically failed” to take key
councils in Thursday’s polls. “Corbyn
is leading the party away from
victory,” the peer wrote. “The Labour
Party should be leading the national
debate about our future.” But all
Corbyn and shadow chancellor John
McDonnell offer are ideas “rejected
in the 1970s and 80s”.
He asked: “What is the point of
Labour as a party of principle if it
doesn’t make a stand for the people
it is elected to represent rather than
peddle outmoded political dogma?”
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MPs’ plot
to force
Bercow
to resign
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TORY MPs are planning to
swamp Commons Speaker
John Bercow with Parliamentary
Questions to try to force him to
quit, it emerged yesterday.
Backbenchers want to
intensify the pressure on him
in an attempt to hold him to his
pledge of serving no more than
nine years in the post.
The Speaker, pictured below,
is facing a string of bullying
allegations and is due to reach
the nine-year milestone on
June 22.
One MP said: “June 22 is a
pressure point. If he is still
there on June 23, he is going
to be there for a while and we
would need to get him out with
a crowbar. I think there will be
a point in the next week where
we start throwing the kitchen
sink at him.”
Another MP said: “He is up
against the ropes. There are
people working out how we get
to the end game.”
News of the plot follows a
letter of complaint being sent
to Parliament’s standards
watchdog calling for an
investigation of the bullying
complaints – which Mr Bercow,
above, has denied.
Tory MP Andrew Bridgen
wrote to Parliamentary
Standards Kathryn Stone to
ask her to investigate whether
the Speaker had breached
the Commons code of
conduct.
He wrote: “It appears wholly
inappropriate to allow
allegations against the
Speaker, who has himself
called for a zero-tolerance
approach to the issue, to go
unaddressed.”
The Speaker’s Office said:
“This is a matter for the
Parliamentary Standards
Commissioner and Mr
Speaker has no comment to
make.”
Angus Sinclair, the
Speaker’s former private
secretary, has claimed that he
was bullied by Mr Bercow.
Lieutenant-General David
Leakey, who held the post of
Black Rod, has accused the
Speaker of “bullying and
unreasonable” behaviour.
Mr Bercow has denied both
their claims.
Meanwhile, Commons
Leader Andrea Leadsom
yesterday said: “Bullying and
harassment has got no place
whatsoever in the workplace.”
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details about their condition. No
arrests have been made and no firearms were recovered, police added.
The 13-year-old suffered a shotgun pellet to the head from a gunman believed to be in a car. A nearby
shopkeeper said the boy was “lucky
to be alive” after the pellet apparently grazed the back of his head.
Not far away the 15-year-old was
also shot at about the same time,
1pm. Neither suffered life threatening injuries. Police do not know if
the shootings are linked.
The latest spike in violence has
alarmed communities, but police
called for calm as they appealed for
witnesses to come forward.
The attacks over the weekend
included 17-year-old boy Rhyhiem
Ainsworth Barton, who was shot
dead in London on Saturday.
Eyewitnesses reported panic on
the streets at about 6pm as a gunman in a BMW car sprayed bullets
into people’s gardens during a chase
allegedly involving the boy. One of
the bullets narrowly missed a woman
and went through a window.
Armed officers found Rhyhiem
lying in a pool of blood on Warham
Street in Southwark, south London.
Last night, the teenager’s heartbroken mother Pretana Morgan said
her son had been a “good boy”.
“I couldn’t have asked for a better
son,” she said. “My son was a very
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Kinsella, inset, was killed by a
gunman on a road in St Helens
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handsome boy. He’d got so much
potential.”
Ms Morgan, who is originally from
Jamaica, said Rhyhiem wanted to
be an architect and was “trying to
make a difference” by working with
children. He was previously stabbed
by a local gang who had also threatened to kill him last year.
His mother was so worried she
sent him to live with relatives in
Jamaica for his own safety. He only
returned to London in February.
She claimed he was targeted by
thugs from the gang who she said
were terrorising the Brandon Estate
in a BMW with a shotgun on Friday
and Saturday night. Rhyhiem’s
death takes the number of people
killed in London this year to more
than 60. Police were also investigating yesterday a separate incident,
which left three victims in hospital
after a suspected acid attack.
Officers said a 17-year-old boy,
and two men, aged 22 and 27, were
sprayed with a “noxious substance”
in Dalston, east London, in the early
hours of yesterday morning.
Officers were called at 5.20am to
reports of a disturbance in Kingsland High Street. A Scotland Yard
spokeswoman said: “The victims
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London hospital. We await an update
on their condition. There have been
no arrests and inquiries continue.”
There were violent attacks in
other parts of the country. Last
night detectives were hunting the
killer of 53-year-old John Kinsella,
an influential figure in Liverpool’s
underworld.
Kinsella, from Everton, was once
revealed in a court case to have
stopped a thug nicknamed the Psy-
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morning stabbing in Liverpool
Rhyhiem, right, was killed in London.
Above, his mother Pretana yesterday
cho from threatening to “maim” the
ex-Liverpool footballer Steven Gerrard. Police said the known hardman was shot dead at St Helens
Linkway, Rainhill Stoops, in Merseyside, by a gunman on a mountain
bike on Saturday at around 7am.
Detective Superintendent Lee
Turner said the suspect was reported
to be “around 6ft, slim and wearing
dark clothing and a hi-vis jacket...
and riding a mountain bike.”
Meanwhile, in Liverpool, the same
force was investigating the death of
a 20-year-old man who was found
stabbed to death in the city centre
yesterday morning.
Officers and paramedics were
called to Hanover Street at about
4am after receiving reports of an
injured man with stab wounds. The
as yet unnamed victim was taken to
hospital, but died from his injuries.
A Merseyside Police spokesman
warned yesterday: “Knife crime will
not be tolerated in Merseyside and
those caught carrying a weapon will
be brought to justice.
“These weapons can have severe
consequences and we will not stand
for this criminal behaviour.”
The Hanover Street area of Liverpool remained closed yesterday
while police investigated.
Merseyside Police have urged witnesses to the incident or anyone
with information to contact them.
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Violent attacks soar in the shires as
ruthless drug gangs wage turf war
A KNIFE crime epidemic is spreading from cities to rural areas in Britain as drug gangs target new custom, according to shock figures.
Experts say counties surrounding major cities have seen an explosion in violence as criminals increasingly cross county lines.
Home Office figures reveal knife
crime in Hertfordshire, Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire, Hampshire,
Essex and Norfolk doubled in three
years.
The alarming statistics suggest
people are now more likely to be a
victim of a knife attack in Bedfordshire than in Greater Manchester
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or Merseyside. It emerged last
month that London’s murder rate
had overtaken New York’s in February and March. Knife crime was up
20 per cent in the capital over three
years. But in the home counties the
rise since 2014 is far higher.
Knife crime incidents in Norfolk
are up 274 per cent. Hertfordshire is
also up 150 per cent from 229 incidents in 2014 to 573 in 2017. North
Wales is up 134 per cent, Hampshire
up 102 per cent, Cambridgeshire up
83 per cent, Warwickshire up 180
per cent, Bedfordshire up 86 per
cent, Essex up 86 per cent and
Thames Valley up 50 per cent.
Vince O’Brien, head of drugs
operations at the National Crime
Agency, said rises were fuelled by
gangs seeking new customers.
“There is an increasing level of
violence coming from city gangs
establishing themselves in new
drugs markets in rural areas,” he
said.
“Counties which surround London are being affected.”
A Home Office report links rising
violence to “county lines” drug dealing, where city gangs sell drugs
direct to users in the provinces,
forcing out local dealers usually by
violence. There are now 720 known
drug operations that export heroin
and cocaine from big cities to rural
areas, most from London, Merseyside and Manchester.
A crime agency report revealed
gangs often bring knives and acid
to defend themselves from rivals
and expand their turf.
Andy Higgins, research director
for the Police Foundation think
tank, said: “Although the highest
volume of knife crime is in London,
some of the largest increases in
recent years have been in the
county forces.”
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Dad loses his leg after being
bitten by false widow spider
Andy’s leg was swollen and painful
A FATHER of two has spoken of his
horror after he was bitten by a false
widow spider and three years later
had to have his leg amputated.
Andy Perry, 46, is believed to be
the first to lose a leg from a spider
attack in Britain when he almost
died after the insect bit his ankle.
The landscaper fell ill with severe
back pain 48 hours after a fencing
job in Thorpe Astley, Leics, in 2015.
Andy was rushed to hospital with
sepsis and kidney failure and placed
on a drip. Over the next few weeks
the infection subsided but he was
left with lymphedema – a swelling
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of the leg, making his skin fall off.
The pain got so bad that he even
considered chopping off his own leg
with a chainsaw.
He eventually had an amputation
above the right knee and is now in a
wheelchair, unable to work or play
with his sons Thomas, eight, and
George, five.
Andy, of Huncote, Leics, who lives
with policewoman wife Christine,
39, said: “Within a couple of hours I
started feeling really poorly. Next I
got a massive ache in the small of
my back. I went to bed, and was
throwing up.” Two days later he was
rushed to hospital.
He said: “A doctor at the Royal
Leicester Infirmary said the ache in
my back was the kidney’s packing
up. I was put on an antibiotic drip
and almost died.”
A doctor saw two marks from the
bite on Andy’s ankle and said they
were probably caused by a false
widow, Britain’s most
venomous spider.
“The puncture
marks were just
above the sock
line because I
used to wear
socks
and
boots,”
said
Andy.
“Apparently
the bite feels like
a bee sting but I
didn’t feel a thing.
“The leg swelled to the
point where the skin split and fell
off. It was all just a mass of open,
weeping sores and blisters.
“The leg was all but useless but
there wasn’t a surgeon nearby who
wanted to touch it because it was a
live infection.”
The landscape gardener wanted
to get the leg cut off so
that he could get
back to work.
He added: “I
even had to
threaten
my
GP with cutting my own
leg off with a
c h a i n s a w
because I was
so desperate.”
Andy went to
visit a surgeon in
Coventry who, as soon as
he saw the leg, immediately said he
was willing to do the amputation.
The leg was cut off on March 13
this year and should have healed by
now but Andy got a secondary
infection and so was back in surgery
on April 27.
Andy added: “I’ve now got a vacuum dressing which pulls all the
gunge out of the leg and takes it
away. The plan is to rehabilitate the
leg, get a prosthetic and get back to
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work for this year or next.” The UK has
seen a rise in false widow spiders in the
past four years, believed to be caused
by a warmer climate, and a number of
people have been hospitalised by
them.
Its bite is not normally fatal, but its
Antipodean cousin the black widow
can kill within hours.
The black widow has black and red
markings across its body.
The false widow is native to Madeira
and the Canary Islands, and is believed
to have arrived in Britain on a cargo
transporter in the 19th century.
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SURANNE Jones has apologised to
fans after being forced to pull out of
West End play Frozen due to illness.
The Doctor Foster actress posted
a message on Instagram saying she
was “so gutted and so sorry” after
missing shows, explaining that she
had returned after being unwell and
found it may have been too soon.
Jones, below, also said the subject
matter of the production, which is
about a kidnapping, was “deeply
affecting” and likely contributed to
her feeling “under the
weather”.
She said although she
had hoped to return her
doctor advised that she
should not “put myself
through it and risk
getting ill again”.
Her post said: “Dear
all. I’m so sorry I couldn’t
make the last four shows.
I was taken off on
Thursday halfway
through the show as I felt
so dizzy and my wonderful understudy
Roisin Rae finished the show.
“I came back after an illness and it
was perhaps too soon. Anyone who
knows the show knows it is draining
and I just wasn’t able to end the run.
“I was so hoping to make it back
for you all tonight but my doctor
eventually said I shouldn’t put myself
through it and risk getting ill again.”
Jones, 39, went on: “We as
performers always think we can
carry on but sometimes we just can’t.
“Thank you for your
support and to our team
and to our brilliant cast
and to those who we
met through missing
people.uk. We send our
love to those who are
currently missing a
loved one and thank you
to our amazing stage
manager Emma Banwell.”
The show’s last
performance was on
Saturday.
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PRINCE Louis looks the spitting
image of Prince William in the
adorable new snaps released by
Kensington Palace.
The photo, taken by his mother and
keen photographer, the Duchess of
Cambridge, shows little Louis has very
similar features to his father when he
was a newborn baby.
Royal fans were quick to draw
comparisons between pictures of
Prince Louis and those of Prince
William, taken 35 years ago.
On Twitter someone called Kate
Middleton Fans wrote: “Prince Louis
looks JUST like Prince William, right
down to the wrinkly fingers.”
Prince Louis also appears to be
wearing the same white outfit his
three-year-old sister Charlotte was
pictured in weeks after her birth.
Designer Rachel Riley, whose
clothes have been worn by his older
brother Prince George and Charlotte,
said shortly after Louis’ birth on April
23 that it was likely he would be given
hand-me-downs.
“We often see the Duchess of
Cambridge wearing her favourite
pieces over again, and her children
have worn the same outfit for different
occasions too,” she said.
“In fact, we have seen Prince
George wearing the same outfit that
Prince William wore, and of course,
both children have been christened in
the same christening gown.”
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SPECIALLY-TRAINED police snipers
will be on guard for Prince Harry and
Meghan Markle’s wedding amid fears
their open carriage parade could turn
Windsor into “downtown Sarajevo”.
A senior policing source with knowledge of the preparations said the
procession had the potential to turn
the medieval market town into “downtown Sarajevo” – the capital of Bosnia,
where snipers targeted civilians during
the Balkan wars in the 1990s.
With just two weeks until the big day,
police are said to have growing security
fears over the couple’s wish for the
open-top carriage ride through the
streets of the town.
The 3,000 officers set to be on duty
will be more than triple the number
that protected the wedding of Prince
Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles at
Windsor Castle in 2005.
But security experts yesterday
revealed that there is nevertheless
growing concern over the proposed
two-mile open top parade.
Dai Davies, former head of royal protection at Scotland Yard, added: “From
a protection point of view, the use of
Windsor High Street is worrying.
“It presents an A-Z of security
problems and it would be very difficult
to evacuate if there was an attack.”
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Another source added: “There are so
many areas where gunmen could hide
and terrorists could drop things on to
the procession below.”
Harry and Meghan will leave St
George’s Chapel at 1pm in an Ascot
Landau carriage.
Their two-mile route is past hundreds
of flats, houses, shops and balconies
that will overlook the royal couple as
they are driven by.
Security sources say dozens of undercover police officers and several snipers
will be covering High Street, Sheet
Street, Kings Road and Albert Road to
combat the terror threat, which MI5
rates as “severe” – meaning an attack is
highly likely.
While organising one of the largest
police deployments in British history,
senior security sources are said to be
alarmed at the difficulties in safeguarding the newly-weds during a procession
down Windsor High Street and other
narrow roads.
British Special Forces have been
rehearsing in Hereford because of the
growing security concerns.
More than 40 SAS soldiers, police
officers from the anti-terror command
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don’ts for guests at the royal
can be worn, perhaps to avoid a
wedding.
repeat of football star David
Seven pages of “critical
Beckham’s faux pas at Prince
guidance” leave nothing to chance
William and Kate Middleton’s
and include orders to bring
wedding when he arrived at
passports but not medals and gifts.
Westminster Abbey wearing his
The day is planned with military
OBE medal on the wrong side.
precision and guests are even
Well-wishers are also asked not
warned to make the most of the
to bring any presents or hand
“very limited toilet facilities”
luggage except handbags and
between 9am and 11am before they
“rainwear”. The
are closed for the
guidance adds:
duration of the
“Gifts cannot be
service.
brought to St
Women should
George’s Chapel or
wear a “day dress
the reception at
with hat” while a
Windsor Castle.”
“morning coat or
Cameras and
lounge suit” is
mobiles are
recommended for
banned. Guests are
men.
also advised to
Members of the
avoid public
Armed Forces are
transport and any
permitted to wear
contact with the
military uniforms
public whose large
but the code
numbers could
specifies that no
“seriously inhibit
swords or medals
St George’s Chapel, Windsor
movement”.
and the royal protection squad
gathered for a run-through at the elite
regiment’s headquarters.
A section of Credenhill barracks was
transformed into a mock version of
Windsor High Street.
Police anti-terror operations have
been heightened in recent weeks in the
run-up to the wedding.
Last Thursday, officers arrested a
20-year-old man in Coventry on suspicion of plotting a terror attack, indicating the heightened state of readiness
ahead of the wedding. More than 3,000
officers from Scotland Yard, Thames
Valley Police and other forces will be on
duty on the wedding day, Saturday,
May 19 – 2.5 per cent of all officers in
England and Wales, or one in 40.
All leave for the local Thames Valley
force has been cancelled.
Prince William and Kate Middleton’s
wedding in London in 2011 was easier
to manage because the public sections
of the ceremony were in the Mall, a
wide stretch of road by Buckingham
Palace with no tall buildings looming
over the route.
Harry and Meghan’s wedding will see 3,000 police on duty
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A 1930s light aircraft makes an emergency landing on a beach at Sidmouth, Devon, while at packed Bournemouth beach, visitors enjoy one of the warmest May Bank Holiday weekends yesterday
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BRITAIN will swelter in the hottest
May Bank Holiday ever today with
82F (28C) forecast – warmer than
parts of the Caribbean.
It will be the hottest Bank Holiday
Monday in its 40-year history.
The South-east will see the most
warmth but all the UK should enjoy
hot weather, apart from west coasts
and north-west Scotland.
The May Bank Holiday was introduced in 1978 and the warmest so
far was 74.4F in 1999.
The Met Office’s Helen Roberts
said: “It is almost a cert that we will
break the Bank Holiday record of
23.6C but as for the weekend as a
whole we may just fall short.”
The hottest bank holiday weekend was in 1995 when temperatures
peaked on the Saturday at 83.4F.
Ms Roberts said Britain is hotter
than Bermuda where temperatures
are in the low to mid-20s.
Forecasters said the South-east
will remain warm and sunny tomorrow, although it will be cooler
further north and west where there
will be the risk of showers.
By Wednesday cooler conditions
are expected to have moved across
the UK from the west. The thicken-
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Rail passengers queue up at Gatwick yesterday
ing cloud from the west is likely to
bring a more widespread risk of rain
later in the day to northern Britain.
But with the mercury generally on
the rise, William Hill have cut the
price of temperatures hitting 100F
this year from 10/1 to 8/1.
It is now 6/4 from 2/1 that the hot
THOUSANDS of Bank Holiday
travellers were left stranded
across southern England
yesterday as railway
engineering work caused
travel misery.
Passengers trying to reach
the south coast described
scenes of “absolute chaos”
with packed carriages and rail
replacement buses.
Southern Rail even advised
people to avoid Brighton
trains due to overcrowding.
One Brighton resident
tweeted: “What do you
recommend, I sleep on the
streets in London?”
At one point people leaving
Gatwick Airport faced a
weather continues and we have the
hottest May in history.
The average daytime high for the
month of May is around 62.6F.
The record highest temperature
for May is 91F which was recorded in
1922 and 1944.
Meanwhile, a 1930s light aircraft
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two-hour wait to board rail
replacement buses put on by
Southern and Govia
Thameslink to bypass
engineering work.
And up to 4,000 people are
thought to have been
stranded at stations between
London Victoria and Gatwick
with some people missing
flights.
One, Aimee Atkinson, said,
“Trains were absolutely
rammed” and claimed people
were fighting as they tried to
get out of Gatwick and on to
buses replacing trains.
Both rail companies
was being dismantled on a beach in
Sidmouth, Devon, yesterday after
an emergency landing among sunbathers there on Saturday.
Pilot Zac Rockey, 47, landed safely
after the engine cut out. As the plane
began to lose height, his passenger
Trudi Spiller waved frantically out
apologised. Southern said:
“Demand has been incredibly
high and we have been
getting as many buses as
possible through.”
Govia Thameslink said that
between 11.30-12.30pm there
were around 1,500-2,000
waiting for replacement
buses. And the disruption is
set to continue today.
Anthony Smith, of
watchdog Transport Focus,
said: “These works and the
weather were no surprise – so
why has Southern failed to
provide enough buses?”
A Gatwick spokeswoman
said flights had not been
affected by the rail disruption.
the aircraft window to warn sunbathers below to move out the way.
No one was hurt during the tense
landing at around 5pm and the plane
was not damaged.
It was being flown to an event in
Cornwall to mark the end of the
First World War.
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HEY are known as “silver strivers”,
those over the age of 65 who carry
on working. Their numbers have
grown to 1.28 million since 2011
when the Government scrapped the
default retirement age.
At the moment the over-65s no longer
have to pay national insurance. In a
Green Paper on care and support for
older people, which is to be published
next month by Health Secretary Jeremy
Hunt, it is expected that there will be
a suggestion that these workers go on
paying NI. This would raise £2billion
a year and go some way to meeting the
shortfall in care funding.
It is of course true that older people
are the greatest users of the NHS and
social care. But they have already paid
NI throughout their working lives and
there is plenty of evidence to show that
the surge in older workers is beneficial
to the economy as it will ultimately
reduce the benefits bill.
Pensions expert Baroness Altmann
has said: “If on average older people
delay retirement by one year this adds
around £16 billion to our economy.” Why
therefore should these older workers be
penalised for contributing so much?
Older women have also had to put up
with seeing their pension age pushed
back due to a change in the law. If this
suggestion about NI is made reality
then they are being punished again.
What’s more, while some people over
65 work because they want to, many
others work because they have to. It is
not fair that they should see their
take-home pay cut in this way.
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NIFE crime seems like a scourge
of inner-cities but new evidence
shows that stabbings in
Hertfordshire, Warwickshire,
Cambridgeshire, Hampshire, Essex and
Norfolk have almost doubled in the last
three years. These crimes are
apparently fuelled by drug gangs.
Meanwhile in the cities the slaughter
continues with stabbings and shootings
– the sunny Bank Holiday bringing
young people out on to the streets with
all the associated problems.
In Liverpool a 20-year-old man has
been stabbed to death. In London a
17-year-old boy has been shot dead and
two children aged just 13 and 15 have
suffered gunshot wounds. More than 60
people have been murdered in the
capital this year and now the violence
seems to be spreading.
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STRANGE
hissing
sound has echoed
across the political
landscape this Bank
Holiday. It is the noise
from the deflating
balloon of Jeremy Corbyn’s
Labour leadership. Filled with
the hot air of Marxist rage the
Corbyn personality cult was
meant to soar to new heights of
popularity.
But the local elections have
served as a massive puncture
to such hopes. Last week’s
results were nothing like the
triumph that his followers had
predicted. In the run-up to the
municipal contests the party
forecast widespread gains, particularly in London. “There is
now no corner of London that
Labour cannot win,” declared
the capital’s Mayor Sadiq
Khan, adding that Conservatives were under threat “even
in their crown jewels” such as
the flagship boroughs of Wandsworth and Barnet. Journalist
and Corbynista cheerleader
Owen Jones cried: “The Tories
have the hedge-funders but we
have the people.”
After such displays of socialist fervour the outcome came
as a dismal anti-climax to
Labour. Corbyn’s party gained
just 77 council seats overall.
The Corbynistas might despise
Tony Blair but in the local elections of 1995, during his first
year of leadership, Labour
gained no fewer than 1,807
council seats.
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HOSE 1995 municipal
results showed that
Blair was on his way to
Downing Street. The conclusion to draw from last Thursday is that Corbyn remains
trapped in the wilderness. His
dreams of the premiership
seem nothing more than a
fantasy for his supporters.
The scale of his failure is all
the more remarkable given the
storm of troubles that has
engulfed the Conservatives,
most notably the Windrush
scandal which exposed profound ineptitude at the heart of
Government.
Four days before polling,
Home Secretary Amber Rudd
was forced to resign over the
fiasco, the latest in a string of
embarrassing Cabinet departures for the Prime Minister.
The Government has also been
grappling with severe internal
divisions over Brexit, further
crises in the NHS and a surge
in violent crime.
Yet Labour were utterly unable to capitalise on the Tories’
bullying, reflected in the shameful eagerness of shadow chancellor John McDonnell to glory
in calls for the lynching of Tory
Pensions Secretary Esther
McVey.
Labour is no longer a mainstream party and instead has
become a vehicle for class war
posturing and puerile agitation. Nor does Labour have any
realistic, constructive policies.
Tellingly, when shadow home
secretary Diane Abbott was
questioned about Labour’s
stance on illegal immigration in
the wake of Windrush, she
could not provide a coherent
answer.
The same is true of Labour’s
cynical approach to Brexit,
which smacks of desperate
opportunism. Yesterday moderate Labour MP Caroline Flint
urged that “the Brexit games
have to stop”, warning that if
her party “fails to stand by” the
referendum result “we risk
alienating many traditional
Labour voters”.
ANTI-CLIMAX: Jeremy Corbyn on polling day last week
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problem. That is because Corbyn and his circle are increasingly toxic as an electoral force.
At last year’s general election
he enjoyed success partly
because of his appeal as a politician of geniality and conviction. But the “Magic Grandpa”
routine is wearing thin. The
mask has slipped to reveal a
leader who presides over shrieking dogmatism and snarling
division. Under him Labour has
truly become the nasty party.
That trait is most graphically
highlighted by the blind eye
turned to vile anti-Semitism
within his party’s ranks. It is
incredible that a man who
poses as a champion of antiracism should have allowed
such bigotry to flourish. The
public’s revulsion at this trend
was shown in the London borough of Barnet, one of Labour’s
key targets in the capital, where
a large Jewish population
helped to ensure that support
for Corbyn’s party haemorrhaged, allowing the Tories to
regain control. One defeated
Labour councillor in Barnet
said: “Activists were being told
that this is a racist party, an
anti-Semitic party.”
But anti-Semitism is just
part of the pattern of vicious,
doctrinaire intolerance that
has gripped Labour under Corbyn. It is also reflected in both
the crackdown on free speech
and the rampant, misogynist
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HE’S right. Yet the
Tories cannot be complacent. It is true that
they won the expectations
game by avoiding a bloodbath.
But the results were hardly
inspiring for them.
They gained just 35 per cent
of the vote, saw a tiny swing in
their favour outside the capital
and lost a string of seats in
London, including 28 in Richmond upon Thames.
One analysis showed that if
last week’s outcome were replicated in a general election
Labour could emerge as the
largest party.
Given that they are up
against Corbyn, a man patently
unfitted for the premiership,
the Conservatives really should
be doing much better.
It is an indictment of their
enfeebled campaigning that
they have allowed this Leftwing, ideological menace to
gain such ground.
But then the Tories are also
in a sorry state as an electoral
force. Their membership is hollowed out, down to just 80,000
compared
with
Labour’s
552,000, while they are also
dragged down by splits over
the EU.
The best antidote to this
decline is to unite behind the
implementation of Brexit. AntiBritish and hopelessly extreme,
Corbyn’s Labour could never
deliver that, whereas independence could be the real instrument of democratic revival for
Theresa May’s party.
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S A journalist I should
have known the omens
weren’t good: buying a
cut-price Lithuanian-born
French Bulldog on the eve
of the Leveson Report’s
publication. I’d found her on the
internet for sale from a seller
living just a few streets away.
She was a cute, furry bundle of
fun (the dog, not the seller) who
would be a lovely pre-Christmas
gift for the family.
I saw a future where we’d all go
for long, idyllic walks in the park
like all those perfect famous
families do on Instagram and everything would be lovely. Right?
Hmmm.
The kids named the cute, furry,
bundle of fun Sasha and for the
first nine months or so everything
went to plan – bar the occasion I
took her to the park in her first
snowstorm, let her off the lead and
she sprinted half a mile home
across two main roads back to our
house with me swearing loudly in
red-faced, hot pursuit.
The snub-nosed looks and
usually
playful
nature
of
“Frenchies” have helped launch
them to a point where they’ll soon
overtake the labrador as Britain’s
favourite breed.
And it’s not hard to see why
judging by the reaction from people
in the street as I took her for walks.
Everyone who passed would stop
to comment on how adorable she
was, particularly when she started
to show the first of her behavioural
“quirks” which saw her lying
spread-eagled refusing to budge an
inch further once she decided she
was tired.
This wasn’t a huge problem to
start with given that she was just
about a foot and a half long but as
she grew bigger and heavier it
didn’t seem as funny as I puffed
and panted back home from walks
with her in my arms.
After nine months matters took
a darker turn. Of course I’d vaguely
listened to the scare stories about
buying the breed, particularly
those who had been born in Eastern
Europe.
There’s already a whole host of
“normal” problems associated with
them:
breathing
and
spinal
troubles, ear infections and chronic
diarrhoea to name but a few.
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four hours later when my
phone buzzed again. This
time it was the surgeon who’d
operated on her back. The
news was good: Sasha had
survived the op and the signs
were she’d make it through
the night.
We kept in touch before we
could go to see her but even
the experts were having
trouble. They explained how
the docile arrival in hospital
had turned post-op into a
demon trying to attack the
surgeon that had saved her!
When we arrived to pick her
up – now complete with an
eight-inch scar down her back
and a wobbly set of back legs –
they looked relieved to be
getting rid of her.
It was then up to us to help
her regain as much movement
as possible. Morning and
evening before and after long
days at work I’d be at one end
feeding her chicken while at the
other my wife would be massaging
Sasha’s legs, all the while praying
she wouldn’t suddenly go off the
chicken and go for one of our
throats.
After a few months she was
walking relatively normally but the
cranky
behaviour
gradually
worsened.
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UT those from abroad have
usually been born and
transported in horrific
circumstances, thus triggering
unpredictable
behaviour
and
downright mayhem similar to that
seen in some of the wilder
Tasmanian Devil cartoons.
Sadly that’s what happened with
Sasha. From nowhere she would
suddenly tense up and start to
shake before pouncing – usually to
take a bite at someone’s fingers. I,
my wife, two children and my dad
all fell victim to her sudden attacks
that usually managed to draw
blood.
Seconds later she would be
playful again but we were worried
and started to cut down on
allowing visitors into the house
and we stopped taking her on
family visits.
We found a dog training school
and kennels who said they’d be
willing to help us train the
unpredictable aggression out of
her. They also said they’d look
after her while we headed up
north for New Year’s celebrations
with our family.
Just hours after dropping her
off things took an even darker
turn. I was settled down watching
Goldfinger with my first New
Year’s Eve drink when disaster
struck… and I don’t mean the bit
where Goldfinger turns on the
laser heading for Sean Connery’s
groin.
My mobile buzzed into life with
a strange number on the screen. I
answered it whereupon I found
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HAPPIER DAYS: Michael with Sasha, a French Bulldog and, below, one of
her funnier quirks. Inset above, after a life-saving operation on her spine
myself talking to a vet who said
that Sasha had been found whimpering in her kennel that morning
unable to move her back legs. He
explained that some of the discs in
her spine had disintegrated.
As I stood ashen-faced 270 miles
away from our paralysed pet among
a house full of happy New Year revellers he said we could have her put
down or go ahead with £3,000 worth
of treatment that might or might
not help her walk again. Like Bond
I suddenly had a Licence To Kill
but we couldn’t face that. And
luckily we were insured.
Despite her violent “quirks” we
did love her and so decided on an
MRI scan followed by spinal surgery that evening at the Queen
Mother Hospital for Animals in
Potters Bar, Hertfordshire. It was
HINGS were so bad that
over the next two and a half
years we virtually banned
visitors unless Sasha was locked
away in the kitchen.
At the same time we spent a
huge amount of cash on training
courses to tame a dog that we’d
come to both love and loathe.
Things came to a head after
nearly four years of struggle and –
mainly for the safety of the kids –
we decided to have her re-homed
with the help of the kennels where
she had done most of her training.
It was heartbreaking and even
after everything that we’d been
through we almost didn’t have the
heart to give her up.
I’m lucky to have avoided too
much death so far in my life. But
seeing her look back at us with
those pleading eyes as we walked
away after dropping her off
triggered the sort of tearful grief
I’d associate with a family bereavement.
We drove a couple of miles away
to a coffee shop while Sasha met
her potential new owner – who was
very caring and experienced with
the breed and had a number of
dogs – at the kennels.
Amazingly we both decided that
we’d take her back like a shot but
we were told in a phone call that
they’d all got on famously. We made
the hour’s drive back home in total
silence and the house felt empty
for days.
Ultimately it was for the best and
we still get regular updates about
her new life, although she now has
another name as part of her fresh
start.
So if this Bank Holiday Monday
you suddenly get the itch to buy a
French Bulldog to complete your
family unit make sure you find out
as much as you can about it – for
your sake and the dog’s.
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change: you can’t love or show
KINDNESS should be like
kindness to others more than you
breathing. Something we do
love or show kindness to yourself.
naturally, automatically and
Hard one to swallow, isn’t it? Love is
without thinking. One small act of
an inside story.
kindness can change a life. It shows
Brene Brown, a research
the best of the human spirit and
professor, studied the concept of
spreads hope and happiness.
shame
for 10 years and in her book
Kindness feels good and does good.
The Gifts Of Imperfection she
Yet for many it’s something
reveals that our self-love and
withheld as though it would deplete
consideration are the heart of
the self to give it away. On other
healthy relationships and
occasions it can be thoughtlessness
wholehearted self-forgiveness the
or apathy that prevents us from
key to true happiness and joy.
lending a hand or showing
Showing kindness to yourself is
consideration. Is kindness someone
essential for your wellbeing. Giving
else’s problem or task to deal with?
yourself time out to rest and relax,
Given that kindness acts like
to not punish yourself with
a super-power to our savaged,
thoughts that you are not good
ravaged busy lives and hearts
enough, have not done enough, are
perhaps we should make it a
not complete enough.
conscious priority to wield it
We can live with
wherever and whenever we
MONDAY
unresolved guilt from
can actively seek to
bygone misdemeanours,
Moment – my
conduct acts of kindness
torture ourselves with “if
and acknowledge
thought for the
only” regrets and lie
consideration and
day – Patience
awake going through an
thoughtfulness in others.
isn’t just a virtue
excoriating roll call of
Yes, buying a coffee for
it’s a supergaffes, mistakes, missed
the guy behind in the
power.
opportunities
and words
queue anonymously and
we wished we’d never said.
sending thankyou cards,
Be kind to you.
flowers and texts can lift
Learn not to compare yourself
someone’s day. However there are
with others, to accept yourself in all
many simpler but powerful ways of
your imperfect glory, to make
delivering psychic salves that others
friends with your failings and
would find deeply helpful and life
fabulousness. To practise
enhancing and don’t cost a penny.
unconditional love and self
We can learn to master
undercover kindness and practise it. forgiveness is key to self acceptance.
From this place all love and
People won’t know but will feel it
kindness can flow to others.
and you would have done the world
A useful book is Kindness –
a good turn. Showing patience,
Change Your Life And Make The
listening to others, suspending
World A Kinder Place by Gill
judgment, demonstrating empathy,
Hasson (Capstone, £10.99) which
being tactful, giving compliments,
helps you recognise kindness
expressing appreciation, making
around you, helps you develop a
people feel welcome, showing
habit of self care and see the silver
support, keeping the lonely, sick or
linings in the darkest cloud.
sad company and simply forgiving
It is in itself an act of kindness.
and forgetting are subtle but
Buy it for yourself and then pass it
effective ways to show kindness.
on.
Let me share with you a real game
Treats in your dressing room
M
ICHAEL BUBLÉ likes
a hockey puck; singer
Shakira, pictured,
needs three mangoes; Maria
Carey insists on no “busy
patterns”; and Mary J Blige
requires a new toilet seat
every time. These are just
a few of the things that
stars insist on in their
dressing rooms when
on tour. How wonderful to be so
indulged. However there is
nothing wrong with knowing
what you need to feel
comfortable, confident and
on top of your game.
I know only too well the
power of a good blow-dry
and a glass of fizz to
work wonders. What
would yours be?
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A GREAT thought for the day on one of the London Underground
white boards: words of wisdom penned daily by the station staff.
“In the Bible it rained for 40 days and they called it a disaster. In
England we call it summer.” But maybe this Bank Holiday at least will
make them think again.
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F you are struggling with a worry
or have a problem person in your
life who causes anxiety then give
yourself a few moments to sit
quietly. Notice the irritation or hurt.
Notice how it feels and stay with
that sensation for a moment.
Now, with a feeling of genuine
kindness and love, say to yourself:
“May I find an end to my pain. May
I be happy.”
Try to genuinely wish this for
yourself. Repeat it several times
until it feels genuine.
If you have a hard time wishing
yourself happiness start with
someone whom you love
unconditionally – picture them in
your mind and send them a genuine
wish: “May they find an end to their
suffering. May they be happy.”
Remember how this genuine wish
feels and then send it to yourself in
the same way.
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Marr faces kidney cancer
fight after telling viewers:
‘I’ll be back soon as I can’
BROADCASTER Andrew Marr has
cancer and will go into hospital for
surgery this week.
The veteran presenter told viewers
of his shocking news live on air
yesterday.
Marr, 58, will undergo an operation
to remove a tumour on his kidney.
He will step down from hosting his
weekly political and current affairs
programme The Andrew Marr Show
on BBC One while recuperating.
Marr told viewers at the end of
yesterday’s programme: “I am going
to be away for a couple of weeks or
so.
“I’m having a small hospital
operation and I will be back as soon
as I possibly can, so be kind please
to whoever is sitting in this chair
next week.”
The cancer diagnosis was
confirmed yesterday by his agent
Mary Greenham who said the
operation was to remove a malignant
growth.
Ms Greenham said he is “expected
to make a full recovery and will be
returning to the airwaves soon. He
and his family have asked for privacy
at this difficult time”.
It is the latest health problem to
beset the presenter who suffered a
devastating stroke five years ago in
January 2013.
Father-of-three Marr told how he
“almost died twice” after suffering
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the major bleed on his brain but
made an astonishing recovery.
Marr, the BBC’s former political
editor, spent two months in hospital
and underwent extensive
physiotherapy to help him walk.
Every year, 12,500 Britons are
diagnosed with kidney cancer –
about 34 cases every day.
Kidney Cancer UK said there were
4,400 deaths each year from the
condition.
The most common form of kidney
cancer is renal cell carcinoma and
risk factors include an unhealthy
diet, smoking and high blood
pressure.
Surgery to remove all or part of
the affected kidney is usually the
first thing doctors consider and it
can be cured if the cancer is at an
early stage.
A BBC spokeswoman said
yesterday: “Andrew is taking a
period of time off for medical
reasons. We wish him well and look
forward to welcoming him back on
our screens soon.”
Broadcaster Piers Morgan wrote
on social media: “This is very sad
news. Few better or more
courageous broadcasters in Britain
than Andrew Marr.
“I wish him a successful op &
speedy recovery.”
Marr in
July 2013,
back at
the BBC
following
a stroke
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MORE than half a century after it
triumphed at Eurovision, Graham Norton
takes cheeky aim at Sandie Shaw’s famous
1967 ditty Puppet On A String.
The Irishman, pictured, who will be back
hosting the BBC’s Eurovision coverage
from Portugal this
weekend, remarks: “Is it
sacrilegious to say I’m not
sure that’s aged well?”
Norton adds: “We can’t
say anything bad about it,
because it brought home
the crown.”
Despite her victory
Shaw herself has been
unflattering about Puppet On A String
over the years, criticising its “sexist drivel
and cuckoo clock tune”. It prompted the
song’s co-writer Bill Martin to say of
Sandie: “I wouldn’t cross the road to say
hello to her.”
WITH French president Emmanuel Macron
having been teased for an amusing linguistic
blunder which saw him describe the
Australian PM’s wife as “delicious”, Britain’s
former ambassador to the US Sir Christopher
Meyer acknowledges things can get lost in
translation on the international stage.
Recalling using the British phrase, “We
shouldn’t be washing our dirty linen in
public,” during a tense meeting with officials
in Brussels, Meyer adds: “The Italian
representative put up his arm and said, ‘I will
not have the Italian constitution described as
a pair of underpants!’”
CURRENTLY the bookies’ favourite to be
his party’s next leader, Tory toff Jacob
Rees-Mogg dismisses the idea of ever
adopting a more casual look.
Long known for his trademark doublebreasted suit and tie the 48-year-old
politician is asked whether he would opt
for either “sweatpants or slacks” during his
latest interview on Sky News. An
unimpressed Rees-Mogg firmly replies:
“Neither. Proper trousers.”
GROUCHY comic John Cleese enjoys pointing
out that he once turned down the chance of a
seat in the House of Lords.
The Fawlty Towers star, 78, who received the
offer from former Liberal Democrat leader
Lord Ashdown, now grandly explains: “I’m
afraid I declined the peerage as it would have
meant being in the UK during the winter.”
Andrew Marr on his BBC1 show yesterday, telling viewers he needs surgery
Editors in Data Bill plea to MPs
to protect freedom of the Press
LOCAL newspaper editors have
rejected another Leveson-style
inquiry into the media.
They argue that proposed
amendments to the Data Protection Bill, due before Parliament
this week, threaten press freedom.
In a detailed survey, editors
said another costly inquiry would
hinder reporting stories of public
interest and is more about Parliament trying to muzzle the press.
None of the 68 editors
questioned by the News Media
Association (NMA) wanted it to
go ahead. The survey further
found that 92 per cent ruled it out
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completely while eight per cent
were not sure.
A spokesman for the NMA said:
“Local media is already trying to
grapple with some serious challenges to its business model and
the last thing the industry needs
is for time, resource and talent to
be diverted into dealing with a
far-reaching, costly and unnecessary inquiry.
“MPs must resoundingly reject
these amendments in order to
stand up for freedom of speech
and a strong and sustainable
local press sector.” The results of
the survey come just days before
MPs vote on a Data Protection
Bill amendment tabled by Labour
MP Tom Watson.
It could mean newspapers have
to pay all legal bills even if they
win any case brought against
them.
Jodie Ginsberg, of the Index on
Censorship, said it should be
dropped “to ensure a free and
troublesome press, one that holds
the powerful to account, thrives”.
On Wednesday, MPs will
initially vote on an amendment to
the bill tabled by Ed Miliband
which would establish a new statutory inquiry into all media
organisations, drawing in all
broadcast, print or online media
and journalists.
The Leveson inquiry into the
culture, practices and ethics of
the British press followed the
News International phone hacking scandal in 2011.
Then Prime Minister David
Cameron said he welcomed many
of the £5.4million inquiry’s
findings, but declined to enact
legislation.
Instead, the Independent Press
Standards Organisation (IPSO)
was founded as the independent
regulator for the newspaper and
magazine industry in the UK.
APPEARING in the new film Nothing Like
A Dame, Oscar-winning star Dame Judi
Dench, pictured, has not
always been convinced
about her suitability for
big roles.
Cast on stage opposite
Sir Anthony Hopkins in
Antony And Cleopatra
when aged 52, the actress
had serious misgivings
about playing the
Egyptian beauty. She
asked top director Sir Peter Hall at the
time: “You don’t really want a menopausal
dwarf running around the stage, do you?”
NOVELIST Jeffrey Archer insists hellraising
rocker Liam Gallagher is secretly more of a
culture vulture than he would have us believe.
Recalling encountering the singer in a
London art gallery, Archer says: “You have an
image of a human being... what was clear was
Mr Gallagher knew his art, I mean really knew
his art! He spoke with great authority.”
Liam, 45, once claimed that the only book
he had read was children’s favourite The Lion,
The Witch And The Wardrobe.
HE may have turned 82 last week but old
crooner Engelbert Humperdinck jokily
takes exception to birthday wishes,
responding: “What do you mean happy
birthday? I don’t have a birthday. I don’t
have any birthdays ever.”
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RAMBO RETURNS BUT WILL SLY BE THERE?
A FIFTH Rambo movie is set
to be made but the man who
made it an international
smash, Sylvester
Stallone, may not be involved
due to a possible feud.
The film – expected to start
shooting in September – will
see Rambo’s path cross with a
Mexican drugs cartel.
Sylvester, who first played the
Vietnam veteran in 1982, was
initially expected to direct as
well as star but that’s not now
believed to be the case.
The actor, 71, who is
currently working on another
franchise Creed II – the
follow-up to Rocky spin-off
Creed – and earlier this year
was filming Expendables 4,
has had creative
“disagreements’’ with
Expendables producer Avi
Lerner, who also produces
the Rambo franchise.
Lerner previously said:
“We’ve got disagreements
with Sly but we’ve had them
for over a year and a half. We
agreed on 95 per cent of things
but there are certain things in
production we don’t agree on.
I don’t think it’s over… In my
opinion it’s not dead.’’
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LILY ALLEN has declared there’s
no space for refugees at her luxury
Notting Hill flat despite previously
pledging to take some in.
Over the weekend the outspoken
singer, who a couple years ago came
under fire after apologising to Calais
migrants on Britain’s behalf and
vowing to take in a displaced child,
was asked how many refugees she’s
housed since.
Her reply: “None. To be honest I
don’t think social services would let
me take in any refugees with my
reputation. If I had a really big house
I would but all my bedrooms are
occupied with children.”
In 2016 the 33-year-old became
emotional while meeting with a
13-year-old boy from Afghanistan
who had risked his life trying to
board UK-bound lorries. The
teenager had been at the sincedemolished “Jungle” camp for two
months. In the BBC-aired clip, when
asked if she’d house an
unaccompanied child, she tearfully
replied: “100 per cent. Who
wouldn’t? These children are being
displaced – if there’s room for
people in my house I’m going to take
them in. I think anyone would.”
At the time critics accused her of
crying “crocodile tears” and trying
to boost her flagging career, with a
former British commander who
served in Afghanistan adding: “She
clearly does not have any
understanding of the situation.”
The following year the mum-of-two
– who has also been branded
a champagne socialist – was mocked
for going back on her refugee pledge
after moaning that she’d be
homeless at Christmas because her
tenants were refusing to leave her
multi-million pound flat at the end of
their contract.
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Spotted...
IN LONDON: KYLIE MINOGUE on
Wood Lane, White City… actress
ANGELA GRIFFIN in Finsbury Park...
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SHE recently
accused him
publicly of
“trying to kill her”
but UMA THURMAN
has revealed she is
up for working again
with film director
QUENTIN
TARANTINO, inset.
The 48-year-old
was involved in a car
crash which crushed
her knees and left
her with concussion
after Quentin, 55,
pushed her into
doing a dangerous
scene in the 2003
movie Kill Bill.
Uma now says: “I
understand Quentin
and if he wrote a
great part and we
were both in the
right place about it
that would be
something else.
We’ve had our fights
over the years.
“When you know
someone for as long
as I’ve known him,
25 years of creative
collaboration… yes,
did we have some
tragedies take
place? Sure. But you
can’t reduce that
type of history and
legacy. It would
have been reduced
to my car accident if
I died.”
Uma, who also
collaborated with
Quentin on cult
classic Pulp Fiction,
added: “My capacity
to forgive exists
and things happen…
I tried to explain
that it was the
environment around
it that wounded me
the most.”
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BEATLES’ MAGICAL MYSTERY TRIUMPH
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SIR Paul McCartney believes a
supernatural force formed The Beatles.
The rocker says it’s no coincidence
that he, John Lennon, George
Harrison and Ringo Starr formed
their legendary band. “I often think,
‘How did The Beatles get together?’”
admits the 75-year-old. “Four guys that
lived in a city in the north of England
but didn’t know each other at first. And
then gradually, bit by bit, they got to
know each other. And then they
happened to be good playing together.
“I have a very good friend at school
who knew John. So he introduced us.
But if I didn’t happen to know my best
friend I wouldn’t have known John.
I had a bus route that George also
shared. So if I hadn’t had gotten that
bus route… I think that there is some
kind of magic!”
Sir Paul also believes this was
behind his iconic song Yesterday.
“I dreamed the melody,” he revealed. “I
woke up one morning and remembered
this dream and this beautiful tune was
playing… it’s magic.”
WHICH British singer who is no
longer a hit-maker was paid for a
private “performance” but it was
really a one on one time with an oligarch in his country?
Secret...
ROBERT PLANT keeps out
of trouble these days because
he still has three prescription
pills he was given in the 1970s.
The Led Zeppelin frontman, who
was infamous for his hard partying at
the height of the band’s fame, says he
retains the unusual keepsake of
sedative Quaalude – banned in the
US for over three decades because of
its popularity for recreational use – to
remind him of the perils of excess.
“The label on the bottle says,
‘Robert Plant – for sleeplessness’. It
looks like an album cover!” reveals
the rocker, who now leads a relatively
quiet life.
“Three Rorer 714s, from Schwartz
pharmacy in LA, and I often think to
myself, ‘Wow, there they are...
poison.’”
The former wild man, who turns
70 in August, says he will ring in
the landmark birthday with a
tame celebration with friends and
family.
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66 per cent, Oxford on 67 per cent
and Clapham Junction, 69 per cent.
Also among the bottom 10 were
London’s Victoria and Barking.
The survey was held from last
September to November, just after a
£100million modernisation project
began at Glasgow Queen Street.
Cameron MacIntosh, 32, a sales
adviser from Stirling, said: “The station is an absolute bomb site at the
moment. It looks like a place from
the third world. I try and avoid it.”
Receptionist Margaret McGinley,
36, from Larbert, said: “I think it’ll
be amazing when it’s completed.”
The Abellio ScotRail-operated
station was used by 15 million
passengers in 2016/17, making it
Scotland’s third busiest station.
A Gatwick passenger complained
the West Sussex station was
“cramped”. Another called it an
“appalling welcome to the UK”.
Transport Focus chief executive
Anthony Smith said: “Investment in
stations can improve passengers'
satisfaction when targeted at
features which make a difference to
their experience.”
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Group, which represents the rail
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improve 178 small and mediumsized stations across the country.”
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TRAIN stations – all too often scenes
of long queues, delays and passenger
nightmares – have now been ranked
in a survey of the best and least
favourite places to travel through.
Among some of the best, like the
Victorian splendour of London’s St
Pancras International, they are
places where people go to enjoy the
bars, restaurants and shops.
Independent watchdog Transport
Focus surveyed more than 28,000
passengers to find their best and
least favourite stations.
Top priorities included the look
and feel of the station, waiting rooms
and arrival time information.
The top four out of the 56 stations
on the list have all undergone major
refurbishments in recent years.
London King’s Cross came first
with a 96 per cent satisfaction rate.
The station has had a £500million
restoration, which included a giant,
tubular roof and an open-air plaza.
London St Pancras, which was
saved from demolition by Sir John
Betjeman in the 1960s, came second
with 95 per cent followed by joint
third Birmingham New Street and
Reading and fourth Marylebone.
At the other end of the tracks was
Glasgow Queen Street, voted
Britain’s most unpopular railway
station. Only 58 per cent of passengers said they were satisfied with
the city centre terminal.
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S TOP chef Nicole Pisani
plated up the last portion of
food during the lunchtime
rush, all that was left to do
was wait for the reviews to
come in. It was her first shift
in a new kitchen and having worked
as a head chef in some of London’s
leading restaurants she knew just
how important a glowing review was.
Before long a queue had formed in
front of the bin and all that could be
heard was the scraping of forks on
plates as diner after diner scooped
their practically untouched five-herb
couscous into the rubbish.
Nicole wasn’t cooking for paying
guests but 500 hungry schoolchildren
who, judging by the pile of food in the
bin, were about to give her a review
that would make razor-tongued critic
Jay Rayner blush. “Some of the children hadn’t even tried the food, they
just saw the flecks of green and that
was enough to turn them off it,” says
Nicole. “I knew there and then that I
had my work cut out.”
It was 2015 and Nicole had just left
her job as head chef at restaurateur
and food writer Yotam Ottolenghi’s
Soho restaurant Nopi to become a
cook at Gayhurst community school
in Hackney, east London.
Nicole wanted to create change – to
revolutionise school lunches and to
help children develop a taste for a
wide variety of flavours and foods.
Over a period of three years she
introduced a whole host of items
on the menu including seaweed,
samphire and even octopus.
So successful was her cooking
curriculum that along with Henry
Dimbleby, the co-founder of healthy
eating chain Leon, Nicole has now
launched Chefs In Schools, a charity
which aims to train 100 professional
restaurant chefs to work in 100
schools by 2023.
The initiative, which is supported
by some of the UK’s leading foodies
including Prue Leith of Great British
Bake Off fame and Thomasina Miers,
co-founder of restaurant chain
Wahaca, aims to transform school
lunches and provide cookery lessons
for pupils to give them the skills to
create healthy food from scratch.
“There is so much choice out there
– fresh, seasonal fruits and vegetables
that can be transformed into tasty
dishes – but currently school dinners
don’t reflect that,” says Nicole. “We
really need to teach children from
all backgrounds that there is more
to food than beige breaded fish
and chicken.”
One of the charity’s main aims is to
combat the worrying junk foodrelated health statistics for children.
Today nearly a third of children aged
two to 15 are overweight or obese.
Twenty per cent of 10 and 11-yearolds and nine per cent of four and five
year-olds are obese while 34 per cent
of Year 6 pupils are overweight.
Last week celebrity chef Jamie
Oliver
joined
Hugh
FearnleyWhittingstall in front of of MPs to
discuss initiatives that will help fight
childhood obesity, which he described
as a “catastrophe” and a “national
security issue”. The duo called on the
Government to curb the relentless
advertising of high salt, fat and sugar
products to children.
“Childhood obesity has been dominating the headlines for years now,”
says Nicole. “But tackling this problem once and for all isn’t just about
swapping junk food for vegetables.
We need to give them food education
from a young age.”
Prue Leith agrees, saying: “We need
urgent action to ensure more children
eat better and food education is an
essential part of this in every school
curriculum. The Chefs In Schools’
model makes it easier for school
leaders by bringing experts into the
school community and bringing food
and cooking to life for children from
an early age.”
Nicole – originally from Malta – has
a CV which reads like a good food
guide with stints in The Corinthia
Hotel, Soho House and the Modern
Pantry. But it was at Nopi where
she made a name for herself
cooking Middle Eastern and Asianinspired dishes that packed a flavoursome punch, such as tea-soaked
lamb cutlets with jalapeño salsa.
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ISING from chef de partie to
sous chef and eventually to
head chef it was under Ottolenghi that she would learn the vital
skills needed to transform Gayhurst’s
kitchen. “I started to manage 14
people and learn about costs, the
importance of good, sustainable
suppliers and – most of all – the
importance of a great team,” says
Nicole, 37. While she loved working
for Ottolenghi, the 80-hour weeks
proved punishing.
“After two and a half years at Nopi
I was exhausted,” says Nicole, who
lives in Hampstead, north London.
“The 14-hour days really started
taking their toll and I knew that I
needed a break.”
After spotting a tweet by Leon’s
Henry Dimbleby, stating that his son’s
school was looking for a new chef,
Nicole applied for the position. “I was
drawn to the freedom that it would
provide – freedom at weekends and
school holidays but also freedom in
terms of what I wanted to cook – or so
I thought.
“The night before my first day I
definitely had that back-to-school
feeling – especially as I hadn’t actually cooked in more than a year.
“As a head chef I would call orders,
garnish food and check the presentation was perfect. All of a sudden I was
in a foreign kitchen having to cook for
500 schoolchildren between the ages
of four and 11.
“Producing good food for that
many children is a really tough
formula to crack – especially for
a restaurant chef used to cooking for
a few dozen tables per night. I also
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EATERS:
Catering for a
primary school
environment
has made chef
Nicole Pisani
re-evaluate her
credentials.
And now she is
delighted that
children
recognise food
can be fun and
healthy. Top left,
some of the
meals Nicole
has dished up
went from having a team of 14
highly trained chefs to a team of
just six people.”
The school matched the salary
that she had been earning at the
restaurant and the first few weeks
were trial by error. The first dish
Nicole served to her pupils was
definitely an error.
“I made a tasty couscous with
about five different herbs but I
quickly learned that the children
didn’t want any greens in their food.
They wanted burgers, pizzas and
frozen fish fingers, not fine dining.
“I also had to learn not to take
it personally. Seeing them tip
away meal after meal was hard for
me to swallow but I knew if I
stripped back the cooking and
introduced small changes over a
period of months I could eventually
re-train their tastebuds.”
She met the children halfway by
shallow-frying hake but with a
healthy spin by coating it in a coconut and pumpkin crumb.
“I have watched them go from
eating frozen fish fingers to homemade fish fingers to fish without
breadcrumbs and now we cook a
whole hake in tomato sauce so that
when they line up to collect their
food they see a whole 5kg fish,
which they love.”
Now the children’s tastebuds
have blossomed to enjoy samphire,
edible flowers, mussels, squid and
even octopus.
“But my big breakthrough came
in the form of one little boy with
Down’s syndrome who refused to
eat anything at first. I soon realised
that if I invited him into the kitchen
to play chef, stir his pasta and add a
bit of garlic to the sauce, he would
then happily eat the whole plate.
“Another little girl used to cry
whenever I presented her with any
vegetables whatsoever. Now her
favourite food is seaweed.”
Nicole also reduced costs in the
kitchen by introducing meat-free
days and cooking with fresh ingredients. She now works to a budget
of just 80p per child, proving that
healthy food doesn’t necessarily
mean expensive food.
But the biggest pay-off of all
is the children’s reaction to her
cooking curriculum. “We grow
mushrooms in the classroom, make
our own chutney from vegetables
grown on site and also make our
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own soda bread. I explain to them
that it’s a healthy option because it
only has four ingredients. We also
butcher whole chickens and cook
over fire pits in the playground.
“It definitely makes the kids
more aware about where their food
actually comes from and it has
spiked their interest in nutrition.
“Before, they were terrified of
anything that was not coated in
breadcrumbs so the fact they are
now eating a fillet of fish in a tomato
sauce is not only a big win for me
but a big win for their health.
“Almost four years down the line
the children are now taste-wise
where I thought they would be
when I first started at the school.
“Regardless of obesity, every
child deserves to be fed with food
from scratch and to be taught
about nutrition in a fun and
interactive way, instead of having
knowledge forced on them through
adverts or campaigns.
“Knowing you are making a difference every time you go to work is
a beautiful thing. Feeding children’s
imaginations through their tastebuds really does feed your soul.”
¬Visit chefsinschools.org.uk for
more information
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HUNDREDS of junior
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hospitals have had
the offers withdrawn
after a glitch in the
recruitment process.
The Royal College of
Physicians, which is to
rerun the process,
blamed human error for
the “dreadful situation”.
The British Medical
Association (BMA) said
it was “appalled”.
Junior medics
entering their third year
of specialist training had
made plans to start the
jobs in a few months.
The positions, in 24
fields, were offered
through ST3
Recruitment, a national
system for appointing
doctors.
But last week the
college found some
candidates had been
given wrong interview
marks when they were
transferred from one
computer program to
another, leading to a
“significant number” of
incorrect rankings.
The college has
written to all medics
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rerunning the
recruitment process.
BMA council
chairman Chaand
Nagpaul and BMA junior
doctors’ committee
chairman Jeeves
Wijesuriya
protested to college
president Professor Jane
Dacre.
They said trainees had
put down deposits on
homes and arranged
moves after receiving
the now-cancelled offers.
They said that the
emotional and financial
impact on the junior
doctors was
“unacceptable”.
The college pledged to
do its “utmost” to help
those who had accepted
offers and made
“unretractable
commitments” based on
those offers.
It added: “We will
learn from our mistake
and make any changes
necessary to fix it.”
The junior doctors’
offers process will begin
again on May 14.
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CRUISE passengers yesterday
told of the terrifying moment a
liner’s accommodation deck
filled with water – just like in
Oscar-winning film Titanic.
A
sprinkler
malfunction
aboard Carnival Dream led to
corridors and rooms flooding.
Crew members formed a
human chain and used buckets
to bail out the water, which had
gushed from walls and ceilings.
Passengers, who took to
social media, compared the
drama to scenes in 1997’s Titantic, starring Leonardo DiCaprio
and Kate Winslet.
One, Marla DeAnn Haase,
posted a picture taken in her
Deck 9 stateroom, and urged
people to: “Pray for us all.”
She added: “This is a rare
moment of internet connection
....we are flooding on a cruise,
we heard the violins and the silverware all came crashing down.
What in the world... say a prayer
for us all.”
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She was referring to violinists
valiantly continuing to play as
the Titanic sank on her maiden
voyage between Southampton
and New York City in 1912.
One of Ms Haase’s shocked
friends replied: “What in the
Titanic?” Another said: “I literally thought this was a scene
from Titanic.”
Carnival Dream was five days
into a Caribbean voyage when
disaster struck on Thursday.
Another passenger reported
that people whose staterooms
had flooded were forced to sleep
on yoga mats in the ship’s spa.
Carnival Cruises, based in
Miami, Florida, said passengers
affected would get full refunds,
plus a 50 per cent credit for a
future cruise. Any passenger
who wanted to could be flown
home before the cruise ended.
A company spokesman said:
“Our onboard teams began
clean-up immediately related
to this clean water from a fire
suppression system.
“We appreciate our guests’
understanding and sincerely
Say a prayer
for us, plead
passengers
apologise. We also thank our
crew members for their quick
action and hard work.”
The ship left New Orleans on
April 29 for a seven night
voyage.
With flood water still pouring
in, Ms Haase posted a second
message saying her brother-inlaw Mark’s CPAP machine (continuous positive airway pressure) used to help him breathe
in the night had caught fire
when it was doused with water.
“Mark Haase... laid down, put
c-pap machine on, started to
fall asleep and it caught on fire!
“The transformer was submerged in water too long so
medical folks on board checked
it out and said it was fine...
thankfully we were not asleep
when it went up in flames. No
alarms went off again.”
Ship’s crew bail out flooded corridor with buckets
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Water gushes from walls and ceilings on Deck 9
of the cruise ship Carnival Dream, inset right
Ban on begging by cashpoints
BEGGARS will be banned from
harassing shoppers for cash at
ATM machines under police plans
to introduce 30ft “exclusion
zones” near cashpoints.
The proposal has been put
forward to stop vagrants from
“aggressive begging” at the
machines in the Welsh city of
Newport.
Conservative councillor Charles
Ferris said: “Aggressive begging
has got out of control and it’s
putting people off going to the
city centre.”
Aggressive begging is already
banned in the area but to make it
easier for the council and police
to enforce, officers have proposed
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a ban on begging within 30ft of
cash machines.
Beggars who ignore the rules
could be arrested for causing
harassment, alarm or distress.
Kevin Ward, manager of Newport Now Business Improvement
District, said shoppers were often
“intimidated” when approached
at ATM machines.
He said: “We do not believe a
blanket ban on begging is the
right way forward but we support
specific bans within certain
distances of cashpoints and payment machines. These are places
where many people feel intimi-
dated into giving money.” A
public consultation found 70 per
cent of people in Newport wanted
a blanket ban on begging.
One shopkeeper, who asked
not to be named, said local firms
supported the ban. “It makes the
area look bad and there’s a lot of
problems associated with having
them here. Sometimes you’ve got
drunk or drugged-up guys having
fights. Others just sit there and
pester people for money,” he said.
“It means the area is less attractive to shoppers and so businesses lose money. We’re fed up.”
Newport City Council will consider the Public Space Protection
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NEW sofa is on its way to
Adrian Phillips and that’s
the best news he could
have wished for this bank
holiday. Delivery of his
£1,448 G Plan Sherrington
leather three-seater is set for next
week and Adrian will be making
doubly sure all goes smoothly on the
last leg of its journey from the lorry
to his sitting room.
“I’m a bit on tenterhooks,” he
admitted to Crusader after a hiccup
with a previous order had led to him
asking for our help in securing a
happy resolution.
Adrian’s dilemma then centred on
what to do when the first sofa (in
the same style) he’d bought earlier
this year had been damaged during
delivery.
“I’m sure it left the warehouse in
perfect condition,” he said. “I had
taken all the measurements of the
doorway and path before I ordered
so I knew there was room for the
team to manoeuvre it. Besides, I had
a bed delivered with no problem.
“But the deliverers appeared to
CONCERN about a
fraudulent use of his address
prompted Michael Reading
to ask for Crusader’s help in
stopping the stream of debt
demands to his home on the
South Coast.
They were for a Mr Turner,
someone unknown to
Michael, who appeared to be
defaulting on a loan.
While almost £1billion was
lost to financial fraud last
year, the good news for
Michael is that scammers
aren’t abusing his address.
Barclays Partner Finance,
which had instructed a debt
collector, delved deep
following our request and
found that errors in the
agency’s search had led to
an incorrect match between
the borrower’s name and
Michael’s place.
The right address has now
been established and his has
been cleared. But recognising
his efforts to set things right,
the bank has sent Michael
£50 as a goodwill gesture.
struggle and when they unwrapped
it there were tears in the leather and
scuff marks on the front.”
Having set his heart on this piece,
the pensioner’s first reaction was to
ask for it to be taken back.
“I wanted the one in my home to
be as perfect as the one I chose,” he
explained. “The delivery men were
helpful and took photos. But it was
pointed out that if I rejected it, I’d
have nothing to sit on. That made
me think twice so I decided to keep
it for the time being.”
But he had no doubts he wanted a
replacement although he realised
that would take several weeks.
After calls to ScS, the popular
home furnishing store chain where
he had bought it, a technician’s
assessment was arranged while we
also presented his case to the
retailer.
The combined effort worked well
because the next we heard was from
a jubilant Adrian saying: “A man
came and said he could fix it but
customer services said I was getting
a replacement, the perfect result.”
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co.uk.
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30 days you may not be able to
reject and may have to settle for
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time being” can alter your rights.
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Pricey... fish and chips take a battering
Picture: JONATHAN BUCKMASTER
Hannah
Lowther, 20
from
Basingstoke,
Hants, tucks
in during
yesterday’s
sunshine
BRITAIN’S “national dish” is
rocketing in price as it fights for
survival.
Bad weather, online deliveries,
American burger chains and the
battle against plastic are all
taking their toll on the humble
chippie.
Owners say holidaymakers this
summer can expect to be
charged more, not least because
farmers are up to four weeks
behind schedule.
Yesterday, Rob Clayton, of the
Agriculture and Horticulture
Development Board, said: “If we
were to get a couple of months of
warm and sunny weather the
problem would go away.
“If it’s dull and cool that would
retard the development. That is
when you would start to worry.
“If you’re going to Blackpool in
August, that’s when you might
be expecting a bit of a pinch
around chip shop prices.”
Other pressures were outlined
by president of the National
Federation of Fish Friers Andrew
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Crook, who said: “I’ve had to
hold price increases back so I’m
taking quite a hit.”
Cod and chips at his shop in
Lancashire costs £5.90 but the
price is going up.
He added: “I think summer’s a
good time to put prices up.
“People go on holiday, buy fish
and chips and see that some
areas are more expensive than
back home.”
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The fall in the value of the
pound together with cuts in
quotas means it is 15 to 20 per
cent more expensive to import
frozen fish.
Six months ago, a kilo of
haddock frozen at sea cost
around £4 and cod £5.20. Now,
haddock costs about £5.60 and
cod almost £5.80.
There is also pressure to
replace polystyrene cartons with
compostable alternatives,
made in China, that cost five
times as much.
Mr Crook said: “We have
been worried for the last 30
years because we’ve had
McDonald’s come in and
lots of ethnic cuisines.”
Online delivery firms like
Deliveroo and Just Eat are a
new threat because other
takeaways can make
multiple deliveries on one
round trip that would make
fish and chips deteriorate.
Mr Crook said: “You’ve
got to keep fish and chips
crisp.
“You can’t do five
deliveries and come back.
“You’ve got to do each
one individually and the
margins are not there for
that.”
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Prices at a typical Central
London fish and chip shop
Policewoman sues over trauma of
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A POLICEWOMAN is suing her force
for £200,000 for the “trauma” caused
by watching hours of child sex abuse
on up to 100 videos to crack a case.
In what is believed to be the first
case of its kind, Cara Creaby, 29, is
seeking damages from the Metropolitan Police for the “psychiatric injury”
she says she suffered by being
exposed to “harrowing” material
while investigating the rape of three
young girls.
The officer, who has been signed off
sick since May 2015, says the experience caused “intrusive flashbacks
and nightmares”, ruined her sex life
and left her with post-traumatic
stress disorder.
According to legal documents filed
in the High Court, Mrs Creaby, from
Hemel Hempstead, Herts, said she
asked for help but was told by senior
officers to “stick to the job in hand”.
Mrs Creaby joined the Met in 2009
and three years later was assigned to
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Michael
D’Costa,
who was
jailed
for 16
years
after
admiting
25 sexual
offences
against
children
the Sapphire Unit handling child sex
abuse cases. In December 2014 she
worked with the three victims of paedophile Michael D’Costa, 67. He was
jailed in 2015 for 16 years after admitting 25 sexual offences.
The court papers say that as chief
liaison officer with the girls, aged
between 11 and 13, Mrs Creaby
formed an “emotional bond” which
made it “especially harrowing” to
have to watch film of them being sex-
ually abused on videos found at
D’Costa’s home in Wembley, northwest London.
According to her solicitor, David
Mies at Slater and Gordon, her bosses
offered no risk assessment, help or
consideration of how to share the
workload.
By March 2015 despite “visibly
struggling” Mrs Creaby was allegedly
still offered no support.
In April she was given reduced
hours but still had to continue with
D’Costa’s case which was in its closing stages. A month later she was
signed off sick and was then diagnosed with PTSD.
Mrs Creaby remains off sick but
has since married and had a baby.
She is being supported by the
Police Federation.
Its spokesman said: “It is vital that
officers are provided with appropriate and ongoing workplace monitoring, supervision and assistance in
order to protect their own health and
wellbeing.”
Cara Creaby, who is still signed off sick, with husband Sean and baby
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Ninety-four per cent have no idea
summer sandals should be at least half
a size bigger than winter shoes because
feet swell in the heat, it was claimed
last night.
Buying bigger can not only help hot,
puffy feet but also prevent blisters.
Foot specialists said that with higher
temperatures today, women face a
Bank Holiday “blister bonanza”.
It is because their feet have been in
socks and comfy boots for longer than
usual due to cold weather.
Consultant podiatrist Emma Supple said: “When the weather warms up,
our feet swell and we have to squeeze
our feet in to our summer shoes, making skin more prone to blisters.
“This is why we always recommended
people buy their summer shoes half a
size bigger than their winter ones.”
A survey of 1,000 women, for Compeed blister plasters, revealed the unusually cold weather in March and April
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of the day I had blisters
on the soles of both
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sure I buy the right size
in the future.”
socks when the temperature is above
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charity.
Jessica Parker, 58, pocketed the
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in Norfolk.
Her homeless son Chris Parker, 33,
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He later admitted stealing a teenager’s mobile phone and a purse
from Pauline Healey as her 14-yearold granddaughter lay dying.
He was jailed for four years and
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Norwich magistrates heard how
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lifeboat charity between March 7
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Parker admitted 10 counts of fraud
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lifeboat. She was found out by the
new treasurer who went through the
accounts in July 2016.
“He noticed payments made
directly to the defendant,” Mr Nickerson said.
“He asks her about this and
describes her as ‘flying off the handle’ about the questions asked.”
Mr Nickerson said a committee
meeting was held and the secretary
was confronted with the claims, but
she denied any wrongdoing.
Parker, of Norwich, was suspended
from her role and made a full denial
to police when interviewed, the
court heard.
Mr Nickerson said: “She said the
money was used for legitimate purposes.” But he added that Parker
could not explain the irregularities
in her bank statements.
The charity's chairman said the
thefts meant it had to postpone buying new equipment until more
money could be raised.
Parker had been estranged from
her son for several years at the time,
but was reunited with him in Manchester after the bombing.
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A
S SHE drove along
listening to the radio,
Katherine May couldn’t
believe her ears. At 37,
after a lifetime
suspecting she saw the
world differently to everyone else,
she finally realised why.
“There was an autistic woman
being interviewed on the radio and
suddenly everything made sense,”
says Katherine, now 40, a writer
who lives in Whitstable, Kent.
“She explained that she got
really overwhelmed by physical
sensations, like touch and smell.
“She also mentioned that as a
child she felt very isolated and had
periods of depression as a teen
where she couldn’t cope and that
was definitely true of me.
“I recognised myself in what she
was saying and I realised I might
be autistic too.”
After speaking to her GP and a
private psychologist, Katherine’s
suspicions were confirmed. But
although Katherine was in her late
30s by the time she discovered she
was autistic it’s not uncommon for
women to wait years or even
decades for a diagnosis.
Only one in three diagnosed as
autistic is female and while men
tend to be diagnosed in childhood,
women are often well into
adulthood before their symptoms
are recognised.
And what’s more, a survey from
the National Autistic Society
(NAS) found women and girls were
more likely to be misdiagnosed
than men and boys.
“While everyone is different, girls
are often better at masking the
traditional signs of autism, making
diagnosis harder,” says Carol
Povey of the NAS.
“In the past research focussed
on men and boys. Now we need to
increase understanding of autistic
women and girls.”
Though Katherine had felt
different from other people
throughout her life nobody
suspected anything was amiss.
“Right from childhood I was
incredibly different to other
children, through teenage years
and into adulthood as well.
“But I always put it down to
awkwardness. I never felt like
I was allowed to see myself as
different in a positive way.”
As an adult Katherine began to
make friends but still felt different
from her peers.
“If I went to a party I would end
up hiding at the bottom of the
garden, or in the loo. The noise,
the smells of other people’s
perfume and having to socialise
with people I don’t know were too
much to deal with,” she admits.
In 1999 she married Christopher,
46, an IT programmer, and in 2012
their son Bert was born.
B
UT although Katherine
felt a deep love for her
baby, at times she found
the feelings and sensations of
being a mother too intense to cope
with. “I had depression during my
pregnancy and I really struggled
to cope with the changes my body
was going through. When my son
came along I found it incredibly
difficult to deal with the noise and
the emotional demands that were
being made of me.”
Those with autism can be
hypersensitive to touch and there
were times Katherine found it
difficult to hold Bert.
“If someone touches me I get
a kind of electric shock. So I felt
overwhelmed by how long I had to
hold him for,” she says.
And socialising with other new
mums was emotionally draining
for her. “In order to be seen as
coping I was supposed to be going
I knew
I was
different
but didn’t
realise
I was
autistic
MOMENT OF
CLARITY:
Katherine was
only told she
had autism in
her late 30s
KATHERINE MAY tells how
eventually being diagnosed as
an adult was a relief and why
she sees the condition as a gift
to parent groups and playgroups
and all of those things other
mothers find a lot of comfort in.
But I ran a mile from them. I
found the idea of them absolutely
horrifying.”
Before she became a mum, when
Katherine became overwhelmed
she would take herself for long
walks. “I used to walk quite a lot
before my son was born, I needed
something that would let me get
into my own headspace for a
while,” she says.
“But when I became a mother
I felt like I didn’t have any space
to think. All of the ways I used to
relax had been closed off by
motherhood.”
But she says it never crossed her
mind that she might be autistic.
“My understanding of autism was
people who really couldn’t
communicate with the outside
world and looked obviously
disabled or different.
“I’d heard people say things like,
‘Autistic people don’t feel empathy
and they don’t understand what
other people are thinking’. I didn’t
relate to that at all.”
It was only after hearing the
interview on the radio, when her
son was three, that things began
to make sense. “When I heard the
woman describing what it meant
to be an autistic woman, finally
everything clicked. Actually
autistic people experience
emotions very deeply and they can
get really overwhelmed by their
sense of empathy, which is how
I often feel.”
For weeks Katherine didn’t
confide in anyone but eventually
she told Christopher that she
thought she might be autistic.
“I was worried he’d be
dismissive but he just kind of
stopped and thought about it and
said: ‘Yes that makes sense’.
“He’s supported me through so
many different phases of my life
when I haven’t coped or when I’ve
always made him leave parties
early,” she says.
Katherine spoke about her
concerns to her GP and eventually
her diagnosis was confirmed by a
psychologist.
“I came out very falteringly to
people,” she says. “I was worried
people’s opinions or expectations
of me would change. But I’m lucky
enough to have people around me
who just saw it as fascinating and
asked me lots about it.”
In fact since her diagnosis
Katherine’s relationships with her
friends have strengthened. “For
example, it’s somebody’s big party
tonight and I didn’t even have to
pretend that I wanted to go. I just
rang her up and said: ‘I love you
very much. Let’s
go out for lunch but
I’m not coming to
your party.’ It’s
liberating to have a
more honest
relationship.”
H
ER
diagnosis
has helped
her to understand her
identity as a mother too.
“There was never a
moment when I didn’t
absolutely adore my son
but it was more about
being able to handle the
massive life change that
having a child brings,”
she says.
Now Katherine
recognises the condition
can be a gift. “I really
value the way I see
the world and
despite how hard it
was growing up
I love being an
autistic adult.
I experience
the world in
a very intense
way and while that
can be tormenting
at times, it’s also
wonderful.
“I’m hyperlexic so
my brain is brimful of
words. I don’t think
I’d be a writer if I
wasn’t autistic.
“I’m not sure if
early diagnosis
would have been the
right thing for me.
I’m kind of glad
I didn’t have to have
endless tests and
treatments growing
up,” she says.
“The huge point
behind all of this is
that if you notice
someone is different
then just accept that
they’re different and
be kind to them.”
Interview by
ELIZABETH ARCHER
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1CRAFTING
I have always been artistic but
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Rapunzel-themed party.
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buying yellow wool to make wigs
and then I single-handedly created
all the decorations too.
Reece thought I was mad but it
was such fun. Now our house is a
permanent sea of pompoms and
sequins as I’m always in the
middle of a new creation.
My friends think my crafting
addiction is hilarious. They have
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themselves outside Hobbycraft
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than hanging out with Reece and
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I actually prefer prosecco to
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at our wedding. It is far less
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I think it tastes great all year
round.
I have a fine repertoire of
prosecco cocktails and always
associate fizz with fun and
friendship.
In my kitchen I have a sign:
“Everything makes sense with
prosecco”, and that pretty much
sums up how I feel about it.
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Whenever I tell Reece I am going
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hours. I guess he has a point as my
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AN there ever be a Bake
Off without cakes? Even
before the legendary
challenge show migrated
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4, broadcasters were
trying to hack the format.
Sewing, pottery, allotments,
hairdressing and barbecuing were
all tested, some found more
wanting than others. The vegetable
growing was fun because we like to
watch people gardening far more
than we like gardening ourselves.
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because, like cakes, they had the
potential to go disastrously wrong,
before and after the oven.
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some, painting is interesting in
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perhaps you never have.
At any rate, via its contestants,
mentors and challenges, this series
provided a join-the-dots guide
to the craft and even explained
why artists do that funny thing
when they hold their brushes up
and squint at them.
It might have helped as well that
painting has a lot in common with
cakes. There was a similar amount
of time pressure, canvases having
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There was mess, there was colour
and, factoring all the times Welsh
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potential for disaster. The Big
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bad-cop situation among the staff.
Reverend Richard Coles and
Mariella Frostrup were chummy,
supportive hosts, offsetting the
stern directions given by mentors
Diana Ali and Pascal Anson. They
even brought in extra judges for the
finals, which meant that Chatham
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without a script. That’s right,
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Dockyard was about the only place
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In our household there was much
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An accident on a wet road leaves a
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11.45 The Housing Enforcers
A mother and daughter’s Stroud home
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12.15 Bargain Hunt Taking place
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2.15 Escape To The Country
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4.00 Flipping Profit Antiques expert
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Part two of two. Making money
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6.30 A1: Britain’s Longest Road
A pedestrian goes walkabout on the
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7.15 Rip Off Britain: Food
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8.00 Nature’s Weirdest Events
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9.00 Tinker Bell And The Legend
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10.10 Kung Fu Panda 2 2011 (PG)
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11.30 Natural World The work
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12.30 Plan It, Build It (AD) (R) (W)
1.00 Britain’s Biggest Warship
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2.00 Live Snooker: The World
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6.00 Great British Railway
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southern Scotland from west to east,
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6.30 Eggheads The winners of
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6.00 Good Morning Britain A lively
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8.30 Lorraine Entertainment, current
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9.25 The Jeremy Kyle Show
Guests air their differences. (W) (S)
10.30 This Morning Celebrity chat
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12.30 Loose Women With surviving
cast members from The Waltons. (W)
1.45 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
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criminal barrister Robert Rinder as
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3.00 Tenable Five friends from
Birmingham answer questions
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perfect ten in the final round. (W) (S)
4.00 Tipping Point Ben Shephard
hosts the arcade-themed quiz show,
in which contestants drop tokens
down a choice of four chutes in the
hope of winning a £10,000 jackpot.
5.00 The Chase Bradley Walsh
presents as Dick, Sophie, Louis
and Penelope answer general
knowledge questions and work as
a team to take on a ruthless quiz
genius and secure a cash prize. (W)
6.00 Paul O’Grady: For The Love
Of Dogs – India The comedian tries
to train a boisterous labrador with
behavioural problems. (AD) (R) (W)
6.25 Regional News, Weather v
6.45 ITV News, Weather (W) (S)
6.30 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
6.55 3rd Rock From The Sun (R)
7.20 Step Up 4: Miami Heat
2012 (12) Dance drama sequel,
starring Kathryn McCormick. (W) (S)
9.05 The Big Bang Theory (R) (S)
9.35 The Big Bang Theory (R) (S)
10.00 Ramsay’s Kitchen
Nightmares USA (R) (S)
10.55 The Simpsons (AD) (R) (S)
11.25 The Simpsons (AD) (R) (S)
11.50 The Simpsons (AD) (R) (S)
12.20 The Princess Bride
1987 (PG) A dashing stable boy
sets out to rescue his lost love from
the clutches of an evil prince. Rob
Reiner’s comic fantasy adventure, with
Cary Elwes, Robin Wright and Mandy
Patinkin. See Pick Of The Day. (S)
2.10 Countdown With Phil
Hammond in Dictionary Corner. (S)
3.00 A Place In The Sun: Home
Or Away A couple contemplate
whether to buy a holiday home
in Wales or Portugal. (R) (S)
4.00 The £100k Drop New series.
Davina McCall presents a quiz show
in which contestants are challenged
to place quantities of the cash over
trapdoors as they face a series of
questions. See Pick Of The Day. (S)
5.00 Four In A Bed The first visit of
the week is to Stockton Mill B&B. (R)
5.30 Buy It Now A tool to
minimise the clean-up after DIY. (S)
6.00 The Simpsons (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 Hollyoaks British soap. (AD) (R)
6.00 Milkshake! Children’s fun.
9.15 The Wright Stuff Journalist
Matthew Wright is joined by a panel
of guests and a studio audience
to debate the issues of the day.
11.15 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! High Court Enforcement
Agents Paul and Phil are involved
in a brothel eviction. (R) (S)
12.10 5 News Lunchtime (S)
12.15 The Gadget Show The G
Team tests out barbecues. (R) (S)
1.10 Home And Away (AD) (S)
1.45 Neighbours Aussie soap. (AD)
2.15 Open Season 2006 (PG)
Animated comedy, featuring the
voices of Martin Lawrence, Ashton
Kutcher and Billy Connolly. (S)
3.55 Alvin And The Chipmunks:
Chipwrecked 2011 (U)
The singing rodents cause mayhem
while performing on a tropical cruise,
before they find themselves stranded
on a desert island. Comedy sequel,
starring Jason Lee. (AD) (W) (S)
5.30 Neighbours Chloe and Leo
resolve to keep their relationship
purely professional, but the
chemistry between them is
obvious. Mark confronts Elly over
her dalliance with Liam. (AD) (R) (S)
6.00 Home And Away
Robbo’s lawyer Kurt thinks that his
client’s best chance is for Ash to
testify on his behalf and asks Tori to
help to persuade him. (AD) (R) (S)
6.30 5 News Tonight Headlines. (S)
EASTENDERS:
Linda suspects
Halfway has
stolen money
from the Vic,
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7.00 The One Show The first
7.00 Live Snooker: The World
visit of the week to the One Show
Championship Hazel Irvine
studio, where Matt Baker and Alex
introduces coverage of the
Jones present topical stories.
concluding session of this year’s
7.30 A Question Of Sport
final at the Crucible Theatre in
Michael Owen, Eniola Aluko,
Sheffield, where the successful
„ With
Sotherton and Chris Wood.
player needs to reach 18 frames
„ Kelly
See Pick Of The Day. (W) (S)
to lift the famous trophy. Mark
Selby became only the fourth
player to retain the trophy in the
8.00 EastEnders
Crucible era, as he completed a
Martin and Jack get more than
fine comeback against John
they bargained for and Ingrid is
Higgins to claim the title for the
upset at the thought of leaving.
third time in his career. Selby
8.30 Would I Lie To You?
started the session with a 13-11
Guests include Mel Giedroyc,
lead and held off late resistance
David Haye, Martin Kemp and
from the Wizard of Wishaw to
Romesh Ranganathan. (R) (W) v
clinch victory 18-15 and end his
opponent’s hopes of a fifth world
9.00 The Woman In White
crown. The commentary team
Sir Percival is a ghost of his
features Dennis Taylor, Steve
former self, haunted by the
Davis, Ken Doherty, John Virgo,
possibility of the truth being
John Parrott, Alan McManus and
revealed. Marian and Walter
Stephen Hendry. Subsequent
know they must discover his
programmes subject to change.
secret if they are to prove his role
in the conspiracy. (AD) (W) (S)
10.00 Peter Kay’s Car Share
„Unscripted One-off improvised
starring Peter Kay.
„episode,
See Pick Of The Day. (AD) (W)
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Gilbert takes over the reins for this
Frenchman wrongly imprisoned
extended edition of the quiz, with
for life for a crime he did
comedy writer Andy Hamilton
not commit, who made an
and politician Baroness Warsi.
extraordinarily courageous bid to
11.45 The Graham Norton
escape from the notorious Devil’s
Show With guests Stephen
Island – a former leper colony
Mangan and Jess Glynne. (R)
turned into a maximum-security
(W) (S) Followed by Weather
prison. Starring Steve McQueen.
For The Week Ahead. (W) (S)
EMMERDALE:
Lachlan
becomes
emotional when
questioned
about the
crash,
7pm
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UNPACKED:
Lucy Hedges
tries out
windsurfing,
8pm
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AWAY:
Roo has a host
of questions
for Martha,
6pm
7.00 Emmerdale
Zak and Lisa brace themselves
for the future and Charity receives
an unwelcome visitor. (AD) (W)
7.30 Coronation Street
Toyah’s behaviour arouses
Aidan’s suspicions and Daniel
seeks Sally’s help. (AD) (W) (S)
7.00 Channel 4 News
Including sport and weather. (S)
7.30 Britain’s Benefits Crisis:
Channel 4 Dispatches
Meeting people who rely on the
Universal Credit system. (S)
7.00 Aviva Premiership
Rugby Highlights Action from
the final round of regular-season
fixtures, which included
Harlequins v Exeter Chiefs,
Newcastle Falcons v Wasps
and Saracens v Gloucester. (S)
Followed by 5 News Update. (S)
8.00 Give It A Year
8.30 Coronation Street
Eva wonders exactly how much
Aidan knows, while Kayla gets in
the way of Bethany and Craig. (S)
8.00 Holidays Unpacked
Morland Sanders checks out the
adventurous side of the Azores,
where he swims with dolphins.
8.30 Tricks Of The
Restaurant Trade
Sophie Morgan investigates the
food on offer at service stations.
8.00 Police Interceptors
Spike takes the lead against a
runaway car thief in one of the
most challenging pursuits ever,
while Liam investigates a gang
of suspected drug dealers from
Nottingham. (S) Followed by 5
News Update. Headlines. (S)
9.00 Who Wants To Be A
Millionaire? Jeremy Clarkson
hosts the third edition of the
revival of the quiz in celebration
of its 20th anniversary, with six
more contestants competing in
Fastest Finger First, to see who
will sit in the hot seat first. (W) (S)
9.00 Genderquake
In the first of two editions,
introductions quickly lead to
arguments on the opening night
and over the following days, as
the housemates begin to make
new alliances over visits to a
country pub and beach. (AD) (S)
9.00 Paddington Station
24/7 Network Rail prepares
for two days of disruption as
Storm Eleanor closes in, while
reports come in of a packed
Paddington to Penzance train
being struck and damaged by
a falling tree in Hungerford. (S)
„ Karren Brady meets a man who
to start a bin-collection
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service. See Pick Of The Day. v
10.00 ITV News, Weather (W)
10.00 Gogglebox
The householders critics share
10.19 Regional News, Weather
their opinions on what they
have been watching during the
10.20 Notting Hill 1999 (15)
week. The programme captures
A recently divorced bookshop
their passionate and sometimes
owner finds love with a glamorous
emotional reactions from the
Hollywood film star, but ends
comfort of their armchairs. (R) (S)
up the focus of unwanted
media interest – which makes
maintaining a relationship a tricky 11.00 Kiss Me First
Adrian is keeping Leila prisoner
proposition. Romantic comedy
and she must use all her wits to
written by Richard Curtis, starring
resist his mind control, while Tess
Hugh Grant, Julia Roberts, Rhys
makes it back to London and
Ifans, Emma Chambers, James
teams up with Jonty to try to find
Dreyfus and Gina McKee. (AD) v
Leila and stop Adrian. Starring
Tallulah Haddon. (AD) (S)
12.00 999: What’s Your
Emergency? (R) 1.00 The Secret
Life Of The Zoo (AD) (R) (S) 1.55
The Supervet (R) (S) 2.55 Come
Dine Champion Of Champions (R)
(S) 3.50 Gok’s Fill Your House For
Free (AD) (R) (S) 4.40 Steph And
Dom’s One Star To Five Star (R) (S)
5.10-6.00 Fifteen To One (R) (S)
10.00 Cocaine: Teen Dealers
The programme looks at the
unlikely users and dealers
who keep the business running
throughout the week, including
sixth-formers supplying their
peers with cocaine bought
from the dark web. (S)
11.00 Layer Cake 2004 (15)
A London cocaine dealer is all
set to leave the criminal world
behind and start a new life
abroad. However, his plans are
thwarted when he is asked to
track down a gangster’s drugaddicted daughter and locate
a stolen shipment of Ecstasy.
Crime thriller, starring Daniel
Craig and Michael Gambon. (W)
12.30 Jackpot247 Live interactive
gaming from the comfort of your own
1.05 SuperCasino Live gaming.
home. (W) 3.00 The Jeremy Kyle
1.25 Sign Zone: Stephen:
(S) 3.10 Portillo’s Hidden History Of
Show (R) (SL) (W) (S) 3.55 ITV
The Murder That Changed A
Britain (R) (S) 4.00 Tribal Teens (R)
Nightscreen (W) 5.05-6.00 The
Nation (R) 2.25 Countryfile (R)
(SL) (S) 4.45 House Doctor (R) (SL)
Jeremy
Kyle
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air
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(S) 5.10 Wildlife SOS (R) (SL) (S)
differences to the host. (R) (SL) (W)
(AD) (R) 4.05-6.00 This Is BBC Two
5.35-6.00 Nick’s Quest (R) (SL) (S)
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8.00 Animals Make You Laugh
Out Loud Featuring cheeky
monkeys and a loved-up llama. (S)
8.20 Dance Moms Reality series. (S)
9.05 According To Jim US sitcom.
9.35 According To Jim Hit comedy.
10.05 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
10.35 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
11.00 FILM: My Girl 1991 (PG)
Drama, starring Anna Chlumsky. (S)
1.05 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Brian O’Shaughnessy and
Kevin Stokes chase a debt of £5,000.
2.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! In South London, a
father-and-son team face death
threats from a debtor’s father. (S)
3.00 Neighbours Australian soap. (S)
3.30 Home And Away (AD) (S)
4.00 Will & Grace US sitcom.
4.30 Will & Grace Hit comedy.
5.00 8 Simple Rules US sitcom. (S)
5.30 8 Simple Rules Hit comedy. (S)
6.00 Neighbours Mark confronts Elly
over her dalliance with Liam. (AD) (R)
6.30 Home And Away
Justin leaves Ava alone with Willow,
but has cause to regret it. (AD) (S)
7.00 Police Interceptors
Officers raid a cannabis farm located
in an abandoned restaurant. (S)
8.00 Can’t Pay? We’ll Take It
Away! Enforcement officers Gareth
and Craig investigate a case of
mistaken identity in Shropshire, then
in South Wales find themselves
embroiled in a bitter dispute between
two dog owners over a vet’s bill. (S)
9.00 FILM: Bad Boys 1995 (18)
Detectives Mike Lowrey and Marcus
Burnett search for a $100million
heroin consignment brazenly stolen by
a French drug kingpin from the police
evidence room. Michael Bay’s action
thriller, starring Will Smith, Martin
Lawrence and Tea Leoni. (S)
11.25 FILM: Fight Club 1999 (18)
Satirical drama, directed by David
Fincher, starring Edward Norton, Brad
Pitt and Helena Bonham Carter. (S)
2.20 100 Per Cent Hotter 3.20
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9.00 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
9.05 Catch A Contractor
Adam Carolla serves up a stern
slice of justice for a contractor who
took a couple’s savings to build a
balcony and a backyard oasis, but
left the project not fit for purpose.
9.25 Rookie Blue Andy and Gail
work undercover in a nightclub.
10.10 Law & Order A serial rapist is
freed on parole. Sam Waterston stars.
11.10 NCIS: New Orleans
Homeland Security agent Russo’s
agenda is called into question after a
bombing. Last in the series. (AD) (S)
12.05 NCIS: New Orleans A private
plane crashes in a bayou. (AD) (S)
1.05 NCIS The agents look into the
death of a sailor on board a research
vessel. David McCallum stars. (AD)
2.00 Rookie Blue Andy questions
her professionalism when a woman
is attacked under her watch.
3.00 Law & Order A pizza delivery
man is murdered. Jerry Orbach stars.
4.00 Law & Order Investigations into
a stolen credit card lead Briscoe and
Curtis to teenage lovers who may
have killed their newborn son. (S)
5.00 FILM: My Daughter Is
Innocent 2017 (PG) Thriller, starring
Victoria Pratt and Christina Cox. (S)
6.50 Access Latest showbiz gossip.
7.00 NCIS A dramatic undercover
operation results in the death of a
serial killer. Mark Harmon stars. (S)
8.00 NCIS Palmer comes under fire
while investigating a murder at a
building site on a Navy base. (AD) (S)
9.00 NCIS Gibbs sends Quinn and
Bishop to Philadelphia. Crime drama.
10.00 Grimm First episode of the
fantasy crime drama about a detective
with the ability to see supernatural
creatures. David Giuntoli stars.
11.00 Law & Order: Special
Victims Unit Carisi’s future
brother-in-law accuses his female
parole officer of rape. Drama. (S)
11.55 NCIS The team gets close to
tracking down Paloma Reynosa.
12.55 CSI: Miami (S) 1.50 CSI: Miami
2.50 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
(S) 3.50 Access 4.00 Teleshopping
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6.30 The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Adele Roberts.
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6.30 Breakfast. 9.00 Essential Classics. 12.00
Composer Of The Week: Boulanger. 1.00 News: Latest
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7.00 In Tune Mixtape: An eclectic non-stop mix of
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Music Matters. 10.45 The Essay: The Migrants. 11.00
Jazz Now. 12.30-6.30 Through The Night.
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5.30 News Briefing. 5.43 Prayer For The Day. 5.45
Farming Today. 5.58 Tweet Of The Day. 6.00 Today.
9.00 Start The Week. 9.45 (LW) Daily Service. 9.45
(FM) Book of the Week: The Language Of Kindness.
10.00 Woman’s Hour. 11.00 The Untold. 11.30
Homework. 12.00 News. 12.01 (LW) Shipping
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12.57 Weather. 1.00 The World At One. 1.45 The
Assassination. 2.00 The Archers: Brian hatches a
plan. 2.15 Rumpole And The Golden Thread: New
series. By John Mortimer, adapted by Richard
Stoneman. 3.00 Brain Of Britain: Competitors from
Garstang, Penrith, Prescot and Stockport take part.
3.30 The Food Programme: Food issues. 4.00 The
Song Hunters: Part two of two. Singers with a connection
to the British Isles’ ancient oral culture. 4.30 Beyond
Belief: A discussion on religion and fashion. 5.00 PM:
Presented by Eddie Mair. 5.54 (LW) Shipping Forecast.
5.57 Weather. 6.00 Six O’Clock News. 6.30 The
Unbelievable Truth: With Arthur Smith, Jack Dee, Lucy
Porter and Lloyd Langford. Last in the series. 7.00 The
Archers: Pat makes a discovery. 7.15 Front Row: Arts
programme. 7.45 Love Henry James: The Wings Of
The Dove: Dramatised by Linda Marshall Griffiths.
8.00 Bearing Grudges: Writer and broadcaster Marcel
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and why people often hold onto them, as well as
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of five rivers. Narrated by Chris Watson. 9.30 Start The
Week: Amol Rajan is joined by political scientists David
Runciman and Nic Cheeseman to discuss issues
surrounding democracy. 9.59 Weather. 10.00 The
World Tonight: News round-up. 10.45 Book at
Bedtime: The Valley At The Centre Of The World: By
Malachy Tallack. 11.00 Word Of Mouth. 11.30 The
Followership Game. 12.00 News, Weather. 12.30
Book of the Week: The Language Of Kindness. 12.48
Shipping Forecast. 1.00 As BBC World Service. 5.205.30 Shipping Forecast.
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5.00 Morning Reports. 5.15 Wake Up To Money.
6.00 5 Live Breakfast. 10.00 The Emma Barnett Show
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Drive. 7.00 5 Live Sport: The Monday Night Club:
Mark Chapman and Ian Wright are joined by guests to
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One in ten tractors in the world is
made in Belarus, at the heart of
which is the Minsk Tractor Works,
established by Stalin in 1946.
The company was produced as
part of a colossal effort to feed the
Soviet Union after the Second
10.00 5 Live Sport: Cycling. 10.30 Phil
Williams. 1.00-5.00 Up All Night.
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The Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast With Max
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Darren Gough. 7.00 Kick-off. 10.00 Sports
Bar. 1.00-6.00 Extra Time With Will Gavin.
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World War. It developed its own
apartment blocks, holiday camps,
hospitals and water boiling plant
– and it is still there today.
Lucy Ash meets just a few of the
18,000 employees who still live and
work in much the same way their
grandparents did back in the day.
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Of Dreams. 5.00 Good Evening Wales. 6.00
The Machynlleth Stand-Up Show. 6.30 The
Leak With Tom Price. 7.00 Janice Long:
Music and chat. 10.00 News. 10.03 Chris
Needs. 1.00-5.00 As BBC World Service.
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BEDS Ampthill*, Bedford BERKS Reading*, Twyford BRISTOL Charlton Hayes, Hanham BUCKS
Amersham, Farnham Common, Hazelmere CAMBS Cambourne* CORNWALL Bude DERBYS
Buxton*, Chesterfield* DEVON Exmouth*, Ottery St. Mary DORSET Poole ESSEX Chelmsford,
Colchester, Upminster GLOS Gloucester, Stow-on-the-Wold GTR LONDON Chislehurst, Isleworth,
Upper Norwood HANTS Hook*, New Alresford, Purbrook, Southampton HERTS Bovingdon,
Buntingford KENT Dover*, Southborough LEICS Market Harborough*, Quorn* LINCS Woodhall
Spa* MID GLAMORGAN Caerphilly* MIDDLESEX Harrow NORFOLK Hunstanton, North Walsham,
Stalham* N. SOMERSET Nailsea NOTTS Burton Joyce* RUTLAND Oakham SHROPSHIRE
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FILMS
TODAY’S CHOICE
SKY CINEMA PREMIERE
Sky 301
6.00am My Cousin Rachel (2017) (12) Drama,
starring Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin. 8.00 The Top
Ten Show 2018 Box office hits. 8.15 Captain
Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017) (U)
Cartoon adventure. 9.50 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid:
The Long Haul (2017) (U) Comedy sequel, starring
Jason Drucker. 11.30 Everything, Everything
(2017) (12) Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Amandla
Stenberg and Nick Robinson. 1.15pm Dunkirk (2017)
(12) Drama, starring Kenneth Branagh. 3.05 Captain
Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017) (U)
Cartoon adventure. 4.40 Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The
Long Haul (2017) (U) Comedy sequel, starring Jason
Drucker. 6.20 Everything, Everything (2017) (12)
Premiere. Romantic drama, starring Amandla Stenberg and
Nick Robinson. 8.00 Dunkirk (2017) (12) See Today’s
Choice. 9.50 My Cousin Rachel (2017) (12) Having
sworn revenge against his relative’s widow, an Englishman
finds his plans soon change after they meet. Drama,
starring Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin. 11.45 Brawl In
Cell Block 99 (2017) (18) Crime thriller, starring Vince
Vaughn. 2.00am Austin Found (2017) (15) Comedy,
starring Linda Cardellini. 3.55 Where’s The Money
(2017) (15) Comedy, starring Andrew Bachelor. 5.30
Avengers: Infinity War Special Preview.
SKY CINEMA COMEDY
Sky 307
6.45am Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) (12) With
Matthew Broderick. 8.30 School Of Rock (2003) (PG)
With Jack Black. 10.25 Look Who’s Talking (1989)
(12) With Kirstie Alley. 12.10pm Girls Trip (2017)
(15) With Regina Hall. 2.20 Baywatch Extended
Cut (2017) (15) With Dwayne Johnson. 4.25 Police
Academy (1984) (15) With Steve Guttenberg. 6.05
School Of Rock (2003) (PG) With Jack Black. 8.00
Girls Trip (2017) (15) Four old friends reconnect for a
wild New Orleans weekend. Comedy, starring Regina Hall
and Queen Latifah. 10.10 Baywatch Extended Cut
(2017) (15) With Dwayne Johnson. 12.20am Ferris
Bueller’s Day Off (1986) (12) With Matthew Broderick.
2.10 Date Night (2010) (15) With Tina Fey. 3.45
Police Academy (1984) (15) With Steve Guttenberg.
5.30 Turner & Hooch (1989) (PG) With Tom Hanks.
SKY CINEMA ACTION
Sky 306
6.00am The Legend Of Tarzan (2016) (12) With
Alexander Skarsgard. 8.00 Kong: Skull Island (2017)
t Times quoted are BST
SKY CINEMA SUPERHEROES
DUNKIRK „„„„
Sky Cinema Premiere, 8pm
Christopher Nolan’s brilliant Second World War drama
received rave reviews upon its release, earning eight
Oscar nominations and winning in three categories.
Nolan’s portryal of the famous evacuation in northern
France in 1940, in which Allied soldiers from Belgium,
the British Empire and France desperately waited for
help while surrounded by the German Army, is
showcased via three different perspectives, land,
sea and air, as the hotshot director chose to create
suspense via other means than just dialogue.
Featuring a stellar cast, including Kenneth Branagh,
Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy and Mark Rylance.
CHRIS McHUGH
(12) With Tom Hiddleston. 10.10 King Arthur: Legend
Of The Sword (2017) (12) With Charlie Hunnam.
12.20pm Willow (1988) (PG) With Warwick Davis.
2.30 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) (12)
With Felicity Jones. 4.50 The Legend Of Tarzan
(2016) (12) With Alexander Skarsgard. 6.50 Kong:
Skull Island (2017) (12) With Tom Hiddleston. 9.00
King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword (2017) (12) A
skilled fighter clashes with the forces of evil in an attempt to
become king of the Britons. Fantasy drama, starring Charlie
Hunnam. 11.15 Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
(2016) (12) With Felicity Jones. 1.45am Armageddon
(1998) (12) With Bruce Willis. 4.25 Volcano: Fire On
The Mountain (1997) (PG) With Dan Cortese.
SKY CINEMA FAMILY
Sky 305
6.20am The Ant Bully (2006) (U) Animated adventure.
7.55 Kubo And The Two Strings (2016) (PG)
Animated adventure. 9.45 The Boss Baby (2017) (U)
Animated comedy. 11.25 Stardust (2007) (PG) Fantasy
adventure, starring Charlie Cox. 1.35pm Jurassic Park
(1993) (PG) Action adventure, with Sam Neill. 3.50 The
Boss Baby (2017) (U) Animated comedy. 5.35 The
Karate Kid (2010) (PG) Martial arts drama, with Jackie
Chan. 8.00 Stardust (2007) (PG) Fantasy adventure,
TCM
starring Charlie Cox and Claire Danes. 10.10 Jurassic
Park (1993) (PG) Action adventure, with Sam Neill.
12.20am The Addams Family (1991) (PG) Black
comedy, with Anjelica Huston. 2.10 Space Jam (1996)
(U) Live action and animated comedy, with Michael Jordan.
3.50 Louis And Luca And The Snow Machine
(2013) (U) Animated adventure. 5.20 FernGully: The
Last Rainforest (1992) (U) Animated adventure.
SKY CINEMA DRAMA
Freeview 6 - Sky 118
6.00am The Planet’s Funniest Animals 6.20
Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 7.10
Who’s Doing The Dishes? 7.55 Emmerdale
8.25 Coronation Street 9.25 You’ve Been
Framed! Gold 10.25 Film: Cats & Dogs: The
Revenge Of Kitty Galore (2010) (U) 11.25 FYI
Daily 11.30 Film: Cats & Dogs: The Revenge
Of Kitty Galore (2010) (U) 12.00noon
Emmerdale 12.35 Coronation Street 1.30
Catchphrase: Celebrity Special 2.35 The
Jeremy Kyle Show 4.50 Film: Despicable
Me (2010) (U) 5.50 FYI Daily 5.55 Film:
Despicable Me (2010) (U) 6.55 Film: The
Mummy: Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor (2008)
(12) 7.55 FYI Daily 8.00 Film: The Mummy:
Tomb Of The Dragon Emperor (2008) (12) 9.00
Family Guy 10.00 Plebs 10.30 Family Guy
11.00 American Dad! 11.55 The Cleveland
Show 12.55am Through The Keyhole 2.00
Totally Bonkers Guinness World Records 2.25
Teleshopping 5.55 ITV2 Nightscreen
ITV3
Freeview 10 - Sky 119
6.00am Classic Coronation Street 6.55
Heartbeat 8.00 The Royal 9.00 Judge Judy
10.25 Film: Casablanca (1942) (U) The owner
of a Moroccan nightclub is reunited with an
old flame who needs his help to escape the
country. Romantic drama, starring Humphrey
Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains.
12.30pm The Royal 1.35 Heartbeat 2.40
Classic Coronation Street 3.50 Midsomer
Murders 5.55 Heartbeat 7.00 Murder, She
Wrote 8.00 Agatha Christie’s Poirot 10.00
DCI Banks 12.05am Scott & Bailey 2.00
ITV3 Nightscreen 2.30 Teleshopping
ITV4
Freeview 24 - Sky 120
6.00am World Cup Rivalries: Brazil V Italy
6.15 The Chase. Bradley Walsh presents as
four contestants pit their wits against ruthless
quiz genius the Chaser. 7.05 Cash Cowboys
8.00 Ironside. Police drama. 9.00 Cycling:
Tour De Yorkshire 10.00 Pawn Stars 10.30
Film: Lawman (1971) (15) 11.30 FYI Daily
11.35 Film: Lawman (1971) (15) 12.30pm
Film: Tobruk (1967) (PG) 1.35 FYI Daily 1.40
Film: Tobruk (1967) (PG) 2.45 UEFA European
U17 Championship Live 5.00 Football’s Foreign
Legion 6.00 Pawn Stars 6.30 Film: For Your
Eyes Only (1981) (PG) 7.40 FYI Daily 7.45
Film: For Your Eyes Only (1981) (PG) 9.00
Film: The Bourne Identity (2002) (12) 10.00
FYI Daily 10.05 Film: The Bourne Identity
(2002) (12) 11.20 Film: Renegades (1989) (18)
12.20am FYI Daily 12.25 Film: Renegades
(1989) (18) 1.30 Motorsport UK 2.35 ITV4
Nightscreen 3.00 Teleshopping
SKY ONE
Sky 106
6.00am Animal 999 7.00 Meerkat Manor
8.00 Monkey Life 9.00 Motorway Patrol 10.00
Road Wars 11.00 Warehouse 13 12.00noon
NCIS: Los Angeles 1.00 Hawaii Five-0 3.00
NCIS: Los Angeles 4.00 Stargate SG-1 5.00
The Simpsons 5.30 Carnage 6.30 The
Simpsons 8.00 Supergirl 9.00 Film: Forrest
Gump (1994) (12) A slow-witted man has a
series of bizarre adventures, including becoming
an American football star, Vietnam veteran, table
tennis champion and millionaire businessman –
but the love of his life from childhood continues
to elude him. Robert Zemeckis’s Oscar-winning
comedy drama, starring Tom Hanks, Sally Field,
Robin Wright and Gary Sinise. 11.40 The
Force: Manchester 12.35am Brit Cops: Rapid
Response 1.30 Ross Kemp: Extreme World
Sky 309
6.00am 9/11 (2017) (15) With Charlie Sheen. 7.40
Scent Of A Woman (1992) (15) With Al Pacino. 10.25
The Way We Were (1973) (PG) With Barbra Streisand.
12.30pm Sully (2016) (12) With Tom Hanks. 2.15
Maggie’s Plan (2015) (15) With Greta Gerwig. 4.05
Maudie (2016) (12) With Sally Hawkins. 6.10 The
Book Of Henry (2017) (12) With Naomi Watts. 8.00
Sully (2016) (12) Biographical drama concerning the
actions of US pilot Chesley ’Sully’ Sullenberger in January
2009, starring Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart. 9.45 Fifty
Shades Darker: Unmasked Edition (2017) (18)
With Dakota Johnson. 12.05am Crazy Heart (2009)
(15) With Jeff Bridges. 2.05 The Ottoman Lieutenant
(2017) (12) Starring Michiel Huisman. 4.05 A Passage
To India (1984) (PG) Starring Peggy Ashcroft.
ENTERTAINMENT
ITV2
Sky 303
6.00am Unbreakable (2000) (12) Drama. 8.00
Ultraviolet (2006) (15) Futuristic thriller. 9.40 The
Lego Batman Movie (2017) (U) Animated comedy.
11.40 Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 (2017) (12)
Fantasy adventure. 2.00pm Kick-Ass (2010) (15)
Action comedy. 4.00 Unbreakable (2000) (12) Drama,
starring Bruce Willis. 6.00 The Lego Batman Movie
(2017) (U) Animated comedy. 8.00 Guardians Of The
Galaxy Vol 2 (2017) (12) Fantasy adventure, starring
Chris Pratt. 10.20 Kick-Ass (2010) (15) Action comedy,
starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson. 12.20am Watchmen
(2009) (18) Comic-book drama, starring Patrick Wilson
and Jackie Earle Haley. 3.05 Ultraviolet (2006) (15)
Futuristic thriller, starring Milla Jovovich. 4.35 Underdog
(2007) (U) Comedy adventure, starring Peter Dinklage.
Sky 315
6.25am What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?
(1962) (12) Drama. 9.10 Sherlock Holmes And The
Spider Woman (1944) (U) Mystery. 10.25 The Wizard
Of Oz (1939) (U) Musical fantasy. 12.30pm Gone
With The Wind (1939) (PG) Epic romantic drama. 4.55
Where Eagles Dare (1968) (PG) Second World War
adventure. 8.00 Clear And Present Danger (1994)
(12) Action thriller, with Harrison Ford. 10.55 GoodFellas
(1990) (18) Crime drama, starring Ray Liotta. 1.55am
Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura 3.55
Hollywood’s Best Film Director 5.25 Off Set
FILM4
Freeview 15 - Sky 313
11.00am Diary Of A Wimpy Kid (2010) (PG) Family
comedy, with Zachary Gordon. 12.50pm Rango (2011)
(PG) Oscar-winning animated comedy. 3.00 Baby’s Day
Out (1994) (PG) Comedy, starring Joe Mantegna. 4.50
Fantastic Four: Rise Of The Silver Surfer (2007)
(PG) Sci-fi adventure sequel, starring Ioan Gruffudd. 6.35
The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2011) (12)
Comedy drama, starring Judi Dench. 9.00 Die Hard 4.0
(2007) (15) Action thriller sequel, with Bruce Willis. 11.35
Killer Joe (2011) (18) Comedy thriller, starring Matthew
McConaughey. 1.40am Dragon (2011) (15) Martial arts
thriller, with Donnie Yen and Takeshi Kaneshiro. In Mandarin.
DISNEY CHANNEL
Sky 609
9.02 Tangled: Before Ever After (2017) (U)
Animated adventure, with the voice of Mandy Moore.
SATELLITE, CABLE AND DIGITAL
2.20 Most Shocking 3.10 Duck Quacks Don’t
Echo. Comedy panel game, hosted by Lee Mack
with guests – actress and presenter Denise
Van Outen, comedian Jason Manford and
broadcaster Richard Madeley. 4.00 Highway
Patrol 5.00 It’s Me Or The Dog
E4
Freeview 28 - Sky 135
6.00am Hollyoaks 7.00 Couples Come Dine
With Me 8.00 How I Met Your Mother 9.00
New Girl 10.00 2 Broke Girls 11.00 Brooklyn
Nine-Nine 12.00noon
The Goldbergs
1.00 The Big Bang Theory: Geeky Guests
7.00 Hollyoaks 7.30 Black-ish. Return of
the comedy following the lives of an uppermiddle-class African-American family, starring
Anthony Anderson. 8.00 The Big Bang Theory
8.30 Young Sheldon 9.00 Made In Chelsea:
James tries to impress Toff with a fun night
out, while Louise enlists the help of Francis to
help overcome her fear of public speaking as
her book launch approaches. 10.00 Don’t Tell
The Bride Ireland 11.05 The Big Bang Theory
12.05am First Dates 1.10 Tattoo Fixers 2.10
Made In Chelsea 3.05 Don’t Tell The Bride
Ireland 3.55 2 Broke Girls 4.20 How I Met Your
Mother 4.40 Couples Come Dine With Me
MORE4
Freeview 14 - Sky 136
8.55am Food Unwrapped 9.30 A Place In
The Sun: Winter Sun 11.35 Four In A Bed
2.10pm Come Dine With Me 4.50 A Place In
The Sun: Winter Sun 5.55 A New Life In The
Sun 6.55 The Secret Life Of The Zoo 7.55
Grand Designs 9.00 Building Giants: Giant
Cruise Ship 10.00 Million Pound Mega Yachts
11.05 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown
12.10am Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares USA
1.10 Building Giants: Giant Cruise Ship 2.15 8
Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown 3.15 8 Out Of
10 Cats Uncut. Hosted by Jimmy Carr.
GOLD
Sky 110
7.30am
Goodnight
Sweetheart
8.00
Outnumbered 9.20 Keeping Up Appearances
10.40 Blackadder The Third 11.20 Gavin
& Stacey 1.20pm Are You Being Served?
2.40 Dad’s Army 4.00 Fawlty Towers 6.10
Blackadder The Third 6.50 Dad’s Army. Classic
comedy. 8.45 Gavin & Stacey 10.40 The
Royle Family 11.55 The Fast Show 12.30am
Bridget & Eamon 1.05 The Thick Of It 2.20
Outnumbered 2.50 You, Me & Them 3.20
Harry Hill’s TV Burp 4.00 Home Shopping
SKY LIVING
Sky 107
6.00am Customs UK 9.00 Nothing To Declare
UK 11.00 To Catch A Smuggler: JFK Airport
3.00pm Sun, Sea And A&E 8.00 Elementary.
Sherlock Holmes drama. With Vinnie Jones and
F Murray Abraham. 9.00 Criminal Minds. Crime
drama, starring Joe Mantegna. 10.00 Blindspot
11.00 Criminal Minds 12.00midnight CSI:
Crime Scene Investigation. Crime drama. 1.00
Murders That Shocked The Nation: Donald
Neilson – The Black Panther 2.00 World’s
Most Evil Killers 3.00 Nothing To Declare 5.00
Border Security: Canada’s Front Line
CBS ACTION
Freeview 39 - Sky 148
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Diagnosis Murder
11.00 Gunsmoke 1.00pm Bonanza 2.00
Mission: Impossible 3.05 NCIS 5.00 NCIS: Los
Angeles 6.00 Diagnosis Murder 8.00 Walker,
Texas Ranger 9.00 NCIS. Crime drama. 11.00
Scorpion 12.00midnight NCIS 1.55 NCIS:
Los Angeles. Crime drama. 2.55 MacGyver
3.50 Walker, Texas Ranger 4.45 NCIS
CBS REALITY
Freeview 66 - Sky 146
6.00am Teleshopping 9.00 Judge Judy.
Real-life small claims cases. 7.00pm Dog
Patrol 8.00 Medical Detectives 9.00 Snapped:
Killer Couples 10.00 Catch My Killer 11.00
It Takes A Killer 12.00midnight Forensic
Investigators 1.00 Snapped: Killer Couples
2.00 Catch My Killer 3.00 Teleshopping 4.00
Cheaters 4.45 Cops 5.35 Urban Legends
BBC FOUR
Freeview 9 - Sky 116
7.00pm Beyond 100 Days; Weather 7.30
Danceworks: The Dying Swan 8.00 Jet! When
Britain Ruled The Skies 9.00 The Road To
Palmyra 10.00 A Syrian Love Story – Storyville
11.15 Life Of A Mountain: A Year On Blencathra
12.15am Jet! When Britain Ruled The Skies
1.15 Top Of The Pops: 1983 2.20 Danceworks:
The Dying Swan 2.50 The Road To Palmyra
COMEDY CENTRAL
Sky 112
8.00am Scrubs 9.00 Wipeout USA 10.00
Friends 1.00pm Lip Sync Battle 3.00 Friends
9.00 Film: The Back-up Plan (2010) (12) A
single woman decides to undergo artificial
insemination, only to meet the man of her
dreams on the same day. Romantic comedy,
with Jennifer Lopez and Alex O’Loughlin.
11.00 Bad Robots 11.30 Your Face Or Mine
12.00midnight 8 Out Of 10 Cats 12.30
Inside Amy Schumer 1.00 South Park 4.15
Impractical Jokers 5.00 Teleshopping
FOX
Sky 124
8.00am Monk 9.00 Bones 11.00 The
Mentalist 1.00pm NCIS 3.00 Bones. Crime
drama. 5.00 The Mentalist 7.00 NCIS 10.00
Jack Irish: Blind Faith 11.15 Legion 12.20am
SPORT
SKY SPORTS MAIN EVENT Sky 401
6.00am Sky Sports News 7.00 Total Goals
8.00 Great Sporting Moments 8.15 Great
Sporting Moments 8.30 Live ANZ Premiership
Netball 10.15 My Icon: Pam Cookey 10.30 My
Icon: Kadeen Corbin 10.45 My Icon: Maggie
Alphonsi 11.00 Live ATP Masters Tennis
3.00pm Live Indian Premier League 7.30 Live
ATP Masters Tennis 10.30 Sky Sports News
12.00midnight Sky Sports News 1.00 Live
WWE Late Night Raw 4.15 WWE From The
Vault 4.30 WWE From The Vault 4.45 WWE
From The Vault 5.00 Sky Sports News
SKY SPORTS PREMIER LEAGUE
Sky 402
6.00am Premier League Highlights 8.30
Goals On Sunday 10.00 Premier League
Daily 11.00 Goals On Sunday 12.30pm PL
Greatest Games 1.00 Best PL Goals: North
London Derby 1.30 Premier League Highlights
4.00 Best PL Goals: Merseyside Derby 4.30
Premier League Legends 5.00 Soccer AM:
The Best Bits 5.30 Premier League Highlights
6.00 Premier League Highlights 6.30 Premier
League Highlights 7.00 Soccer AM: The Best
Bits 7.30 Best PL Goals: Merseyside Derby
8.00 Premier League Review 9.00 Premier
League Highlights 9.30 Premier League
Highlights 10.00 The Debate 11.00 Premier
League Review 12.00midnight PL Best Goals
92/93 1.00 The Debate 2.00 Premier League
Highlights 2.30 Premier League Highlights
3.00 The Debate 4.00 PL Best Goals 92/93
5.00 Premier League Legends
SKY SPORTS CRICKET
Sky 404
6.00am Cricket’s Greatest Games 7.00
Sporting Triumphs 8.00 Indian Premier League
12.00noon Cricket’s Greatest Games 1.00
Indian Premier League 2.00 Indian Premier
League 3.00 Live Indian Premier League.
Sunrisers Hyderabad v Royal Challengers
Bangalore. Coverage of the match in Hyderabad.
7.30 Best of England v Pakistan 8.05 BBest
of England v Pakistan 8.30 Indian Premier
League 1.00am Great Women: Stars Of ODI
Cricket 2.00 Cricket’s Greatest Games 3.00
Best Of The Blast 3.55 Atherton Lord’s Pavilion
Portraits 4.00 Cricket’s Greatest Games 5.00
ICC Women’s WC 2017 Official Film
SKY SPORTS ACTION
Sky 407
6.00am Sky Sports Boxing Gold 7.00 Sporting
Triumphs 7.15 Sporting Triumphs 7.30 Sky
Sports Boxing Gold 8.30 Live ANZ Premiership
Netball 10.15 Sky Sports Boxing Gold 10.30
Sporting Triumphs 11.00 Racing News
11.30 Sporting Triumphs 12.00noon NFL
– A Football Life 1.00 Sporting Records 1.30
Sporting Records 2.00 Darts Gold 2.30 Darts
Gold 2.45 Darts Gold 3.00 NFL – Greatest
Games 4.30 Sporting Triumphs 4.45 Live
Netball Superleague 6.45 WWE Raw 8.45 Sky
Sports Boxing Gold 9.00 Netball Superleague
11.00 Marathon Des Sables 12.00midnight
NFL: America’s Game 1.00 NFL – Greatest
Games 2.30 NFL – Greatest Games 4.00
Sporting Records 4.30 Sporting Records 5.00
Sporting Greats 5.30 Sporting Greats
BT SPORT 1
Sky 413
6.00am Moto3: Grand Prix Of Spain 7.00
Moto2: Grand Prix Of Spain 8.00 MotoGP:
Grand Prix Of Spain 9.00 MotoGP Chequered
Flag 10.00 Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights
12.30pm Sutton United V Boreham Wood 2.00
Premier League Review 3.00 NBA: Warriors
@ Pelicans 4.30 NBA Reload 5.00 NBA
High Tops: Plays Of The Month 5.30 Selby V
Warrington: The Face Off 5.45 Premier League
Review 6.45 Ladbrokes SPFL Highlights 7.15
Live Ladbrokes Championship 10.00 Inspiring
Disabled People Through Sport 10.15 Premier
League Reload 10.30 Premier League Tonight
11.00 Live NBA: Celtics @ 76ers. Philadelphia
76ers v Boston Celtics. 1.30am Live NBA:
Raptors @ Cavaliers 4.00 NBA Reload
EUROSPORT 1
Sky 410
7.30am Beyond Champions 8.00 Cycling:
Giro D’Italia 9.00 Athletics: Diamond League
10.30 Cycling: Tour De Yorkshire 11.30
Cycling: Giro D’Italia 12.30pm Snooker:
World Championship 2.00 Live Snooker: World
Championship. Coverage from the third session
of the final, as the players face a potential
eight frames in the ranking tournament at the
Crucible Theatre in Sheffield. 5.00 Athletics:
Diamond League 6.30 Live Snooker: World
Championship. The concluding session of this
year’s final. 10.00 Queensbury Boxing League.
The No Love Lost event at the Troxy in London.
11.00 Bennetts British Superbikes. Highlights of
both races in the third meeting of the season.
Family Guy. Cartoon capers. 1.25 American
Dad! Animated comedy. 3.30 Family Guy 4.00
American Dad! 5.00 Teleshopping
DISCOVERY
Sky 125
HISTORY
Sky 130
6.00am How It’s Made 7.00 Fast N’ Loud
Revved Up 8.00 Overhaulin’ 9.00 Wheeler
Dealers. With Mike Brewer and Edd China.
10.00 Secrets Of The Underground 11.00
America: Facts Vs Fiction 12.00noon World
War II In Colour 1.00 Nasa’s Unexplained Files
2.00 Alaska: The Last Frontier 3.00 Yukon
Men 4.00 Deadliest Catch 5.00 Gold Rush
6.00 Wheeler Dealers 7.00 Fast N’ Loud
8.00 Ed Stafford: Into The Unknown 9.00
Fast N’ Loud 10.00 Fast N’ Loud: Demolition
Theatre 11.00 Street Outlaws: Memphis
12.00midnight Fast N’ Loud 1.00 Fast N’
Loud Revved Up 2.00 Overhaulin’ 3.00 Fast
N’ Loud: Demolition Theatre 3.50 Fast N’ Loud
4.40 Wheeler Dealers 5.30 How It’s Made
6.00am American Pickers 7.00 Storage Wars
7.30 Pawn Stars 8.00 Forged In Fire 7.00pm
American Pickers 8.00 Storage Wars 8.30
Pawn Stars 9.00 Days That Shaped America
10.00 Project Impossible 11.00 Ancient
Aliens 12.00midnight Kingpin 1.50 Storage
Wars 2.20 Pawn Stars 2.50 Ancient Aliens
3.55 Forged In Fire 5.00 Storage Wars 5.30
Pawn Stars
YESTERDAY
Freeview 19 - Sky 155
HOME
Freeview 25 - Sky 158
6.00am Wild Canada 9.00 Mega-Tsunami:
Wave Of Destruction 10.00 Super Tornado
11.00 Swallowed By A Sinkhole. Looking at
the sinkhole which opened up beneath a house
in Florida in February 2013, including why the
geology of the state makes it the sinkhole capital
of the world. 12.00noon Volcano Hell 1.00
Mega-Tsunami: Wave Of Destruction 2.00
Super Tornado 3.00 Swallowed By A Sinkhole
4.00 Volcano Hell 5.00 Mega-Tsunami: Wave
Of Destruction 6.00 Super Tornado 7.00
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THE results of the local elections
may have been mixed for both
main parties. But they were much
better than expected for the
Conservatives and worse than
expected for Labour (“‘They threw
everything they had and failed’
Theresa May taunts Labour after
election flop”, May 4).
They are only local elections with
a low turnout but they proved one
thing in my unscientific mind.
Jeremy Corbyn is unelectable.
Thank God for that.
Neil Coppendale,
Shoreham-by-Sea, W Sussex
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INTERNATIONAL Development
Secretary Penny Mordaunt must
be yet another of those ministers
who have far too much UK
taxpayers’ money to hand to
support some of the more
questionable “aid” schemes in
China (“Handout by UK to boost
China films”, May 3).
Surely the £47million spirited out
of the UK to China leaving a mass
of NHS patients waiting for years
for surgery, and with many dying
before they receive treatment,
sends out the message that
non-essential cash flow problems
overseas are far more important to
the UK Government than the
people who supplied the money.
Derek Stocker,
Bexhill-on-Sea, E Sussex
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IN light of the furore regarding
older women not being called for
mammograms, why didn’t they
contact their GP surgeries to
enquire why they hadn’t been
invited for one if they were used to
having them regularly (“Breast
cancer scandal helpline getting one
call every 10 seconds”, May 4)?
I feel the NHS is being unfairly
treated. If it’s down to human error
we all know this can happen. But
don’t put all of the blame on the
NHS staff, sometimes we have to
take the initiative.
Kath Cross,
Radcliffe, Gtr Manchester
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I CANNOT understand why the
hundreds of thousands of women
who say they did not receive their
final screening, which could be for
different reasons, change of name,
address or just didn’t want to be
bothered, didn’t do something
about it at the time.
I have been attending screenings
since the 1980s and have carefully
diarised the next due date.
Because of the three-year gaps, if
I felt the due date was getting too
close, I checked and still do. I am
now 84 and my next appointment
is due in 2020.
We are all aware of breast cancer
and the warnings are endless. So
ladies, please take responsibility
and share the blame.
Jocelyn Allen,
Seaford, E Sussex
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WITH regard to Linda Carter (“Are
parents to blame for childhood
obesity?”, May 3), parents need to
understand the responsibility of
having and caring for children
before they take that step.
There is a role for governments
to educate adults on the benefits of
healthy eating as well as the pitfalls
but the adage, “Me adult, you
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AS expected there were moans and protests by people at
having to provide ID before being able to vote in last
Thursday’s local elections (“Anger at checks on voter ID”,
May 4).
Presumably there had been sufficient publicity about
this in the five local areas affected so no one could
complain they didn’t know ID would be required.
I’m sure those who complained would be shouting
loudest if fraud is proven where ID was not required.
In modern society ID is asked for in numerous
situations. For example, when joining my local leisure
centre I had to provide it before I could take advantage of
all the benefits on offer.
I bet the protesters have had to provide ID many times
and in many situations and they would not have batted
an eyelid. So why complain when there are attempts to
prevent fraud on such a vital occasion as voting? They
really do need to get a grip.
Anthony Griffin,
Sutton Coldfield, W Mids TRIAL RUN: Pilot scheme tested by five councils
child” springs to mind. Adults do
the shopping, not children, nor
governments. It’s too easy for many
parents to use TV dinners while
kids are playing on their Xboxes.
Schools can assist in children’s
wellbeing by providing facilities
and instruction on exercise and the
need to eat healthily but parents
must take the lead.
William Smith,
Carlisle
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BRIAN Marshall (Letters, May 3)
has finally said what I have been
saying for months.
One of the main reasons people
have to wait such a long time to get
taken to a ward in hospital is the
long wait patients have before they
can get their prescription.
My husband had to wait for more
than five hours after he was told he
could go home to get his. I even
offered to go to the pharmacy to
get his prescription but was told
that is not allowed.
So all that time he had to sit on
his bed and wait, in doing, stopping
someone else getting his bed. Then
it has to be changed and cleaned,
which takes even more time. Can’t
hospitals provide a waiting room to
free up the beds quicker?
Brenda Billing,
Hayes, Gtr London
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YOUR article (“Absentee dads
blamed for rise in gang killings”,
May 3) referred to the former head
of the schools watchdog Michael
Wilshaw’s remarks.
He should go back to school.
Mothers who put their careers first
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FREDERICK Forsyth
always tells it like it is,
that’s why he’s one of the
best columnists in the country
(“The young goggle at Google
while I goggle at the box”, May 4).
This week alone it has only been
thanks to my quick reactions
behind the wheel that I haven’t
mown down two teenage
smartphone zombies as they
wandered into traffic while glued to
their screens. When I blared my
horn like the brass section of the
LSO they barely glanced up from
their phones.
There is a way to combat this.
Ban them to anyone under 30.
Colin Brown,
Portsmouth
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CHILDREN of the 1980s,
remember when your
parents moaned at you
for spending hours on your ZX
Spectrum playing Manic Miner or
your Commodore 64 hammering
away at the keyboard playing Daley
Thompson’s Decathlon?
Well smartphones are 10 times
more fun and 100 times more
addictive. Teenagers have their
whole world in that phone, every
song ever written and they’re
connected to everyone they know
thanks to social media.
They’ve grown up with it and will
build careers on it that we can’t
comprehend. So give them a break.
Michael Hodgson,
Liverpool
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and dump their very young children
in “care” daily is the main cause
eventually (not breast fed, no
bonding, no learning from the
mother) and they are encouraged
by continuous BBC and Channel 4
programmes promoting equality
and feminism issues.
It should be illegal for mothers to
return to work for at least two
years after a birth, preferably three.
Trevor Saunders,
Cottingham, E Yorks
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WITH so many banks closing, why
don’t the various banks continue
their businesses under one roof
(“Elderly left stranded as the high
street banks are axed”, May 3)?
Most of them are in huge
buildings, so there would be plenty
of space for a number of banks to
trade separately under one roof.
Car hire companies seem to be
doing just that at various locations.
Peter Spears,
New Quay, Dyfed
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TELLING the truth straight away
is always the best option (“Trump
repaid lawyer £95k hush money
over porn star”, May 4).
The Rudy Giuliani disclosure
that the buck stops with the
President opens a minefield of
concerns; legal, moral and political.
There is a need for open
leadership by a man whose life is an
open book, not a series of storylines
from a season of House Of Cards.
Dennis Fitzgerald,
Melbourne, Australia
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stop learning new songs when they are still young.
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‘Little reason’ to worry retirees are blowing pension pots What the
THERE is “little reason” for concern
that retirees are using new-found
pension freedoms to blow their savings pots, according to an insurer’s
analysis of customers who have
taken financial advice.
Royal London looked at data from
a sample of more than 17,000 customers who were supported by
financial advice to see how they were
handling their drawdown pots in
retirement. More than a third were
taking out between three and six per
cent of their pension pot per year,
seen as a broadly sustainable
amount.
The pension freedoms were introduced in 2015 to give over-55s a
wider range of choices over how they
use their pension pot.
Royal London’s analysis looked at
customers whose adviser was using
the firm’s drawdown governance
service, which provides advisers with
quarterly assessments on how sustainably people are using their
pension pots.
It found more than a quarter were
withdrawing four to six per cent per
year, with 13.79 per cent withdrawing four to five per cent, and 13.31
per cent taking five to six per cent.
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natyne Group has revealed it could
rekindle plans for a stock market flo- launch could be possible within the
tation within the next few years as it next five years, with the market on the
limbers up for expansion into Europe. Continent driven by the low-cost gym
Chief executive Justin Musgrove model and leaving a gap for Bansaid an initial public offering (IPO) natyne’s affordable, premium offering.
He said its focus on this market has
remains on the table for the firm,
which is owned by Dragon’s Den star helped differentiate the chain in the
UK and kept profits growing at a
Duncan Bannatyne.
healthy clip despite stiff
The chain had planned
competition.
to raise £300million by
No-frills rivals are growfloating in 2016, but later
ing aggressively in the UK,
pulled the plug on the IPO
with The Gym Group
amid tumultuous market
planning to add 20 sites
conditions.
this year.
Mr Musgrove said while
“We had a dilemma three
an IPO was not an immeor four years ago when the
diate priority, he “can’t
low cost sector had polarrule it out” as an option
ised the market – the likes
over the next three or four
years. He said: “Duncan
of Pure Gym created a
has always said it remains
vacuum in the market. We
an opportunity for us.
had a decision to take the
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group low cost or upmarto do and still have a lot of
ket,” said Mr Musgrove.
acquisitions to complete, but it’s very
It has firmly focused on its niche,
much an option that remains open,” with a £50m investment drive to
he added.
upgrade existing health clubs, add
In the meantime, the 71-strong new spa facilities and expand through
chain is focusing on expanding further acquisition.
across the UK under aims to have
The decision has paid off, with the
around 100 clubs nationwide.
firm recently posting a 57 per cent
It completed four acquisitions in surge in underlying pre-tax profits to
2017, including its first club in North- £14.3m for 2017 thanks to record turnern Ireland, and has more “careful” over of £117.6m as it increased its
deals planned for 2018. It has its sights membership by 7.4 per cent to nearly
set on Europe further down the line.
212,000. The 69-year-old entrepreneur
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on, Royal London said.
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ITV is tipped to tease out details of
its new strategy on Thursday, which
is expected to result in greater
spending on sport and drama and
to target viewers using data.
BRITAIN’S banks have shut or
earmarked 628 branches for
closure since January, almost as
many as they had for the whole of
2017, according to Which?
RETAIL mogul Mike Ashley has
launched legal action against
House of Fraser, the embattled
department store group.
SUNDAY TIMES
ASTRA Zeneca chief executive
Pascal Soriot is facing a potential
backlash from investors over his
£9.4m pay package, in the latest
battle over bumper boardroom
bonuses.
AMAZON tried to open talks with
the John Lewis Partnership over a
possible acquisition of the Waitrose
grocery chain late last year.
THE billionaire owners of Chepstow
and Doncaster racecourses have
pounced on a £300m deal to buy
the Burlington Arcade in Mayfair.
OPPORTUNITY: Prime retail space could soon be on the market
MORRISONS chief executive
David Potts is set to be quizzed
on the £12 billion merger of
Sainsbury’s with Asda when the
supermarket reports first quarter
figures on Thursday.
The tie-up between the second
and third biggest players will
spark one of the biggest
shake-ups in the supermarket
sector since Morrisons itself
took over Safeway 14 years ago.
But with a raft of competition
issues being scrutinised, the
response of rivals to the threat of
a new sector leader will be
keenly watched. The tie-up will
create a supermarket titan bigger
than Tesco with revenues of
Sunday
papers say
£51bn and a network of 2,800
stores.
Analysts at Jefferies said for
Morrisons, the deal could spark
opportunities if Sainsbury’s and
Asda have to offload stores to
clear competition hurdles.
“At this stage, we consider the
Sainsbury’s-Asda deal – if
approved by the competition
authorities in the second half of
2019 – as an opportunity for net
capacity exits in some important
Morrisons regions,” the broker
said in a research note.
“The potential that this may
lead to a number of store
purchases – at bargain prices –
is an important consideration.”
SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
UBER is mounting a charm
offensive with the US government
as it presses ahead with plans to
send flying cars into city skies in as
little as two years.
FORMER Tesco boss Sir Terry
Leahy has launched an
extraordinary attack on his
successor Phillip Clarke claiming
that he “actively attacked” the UK’s
largest retailer while in the top job.
OBSERVER
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third British city to reject Uber, after
the council decided not to renew
the firm’s licence to operate.
Record for million-pound home sales
THE number of million-pound
house sales taking place increased
by five per cent in 2017 to reach a
record high – despite a slow start
to the year, analysis has found.
Some 14,474 homes were sold
for more than £1million across
Britain last year, up from 13,748 in
2016, Lloyds Bank Private Banking found – the highest annual
figure on its records going back to
2007. The numbers increased
despite a fall in million-pound
house sales during the first half of
2017, which was then eclipsed by a
strong performance in the last six
months of the year, Lloyds said.
More than half (57 per cent) of
million-pound property sales took
place in London last year, but the
number of transactions there only
increased by one per cent year
on year.
Meanwhile, million-pound
house sales in Yorkshire and the
Humber surged by 60 per cent in
the same period, albeit from a
much lower base.
Sales in the North West were up
by 46 per cent compared with
2016, and increased by 28 per cent
in the West Midlands.
The only area where millionpound home sales fell in 2017 was
the East Midlands, which saw a 23
per cent fall.
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LAST week was a busy one for company
results, with HSBC, Apple and BP all
releasing numbers. But none of these
supplied the big story of the week.
News of a potential deal started to
trickle through over the weekend, and on
Monday, Sainsbury’s confirmed its
intention to merge with Asda.
The share price rose sharply on the
news – meaning shareholders were very
much “in the money”.
Sainsbury’s also released full year
results on the same day, but the price
move was more a reflection of the
GEORGE SALMON potential value in combining Sainsbury’s
and Asda. In any case, results were
EQUITY ANALYST
HARGREAVES LANSDOWN steady rather than spectacular. The main
headline was pre-tax profits of £589m –
www.hl.co.uk
Sainsbury’s-Asda merger hits the right notes
slightly ahead of prior expectations and
the dividend was held at 10.2p per share.
We suspect that even if results were
more eventful, the Asda news would have
overshadowed them anyway. The deal has
the potential to transform the group’s
fortunes. But it comes with a few
conditions attached.
Firstly, it’s possible competition
authorities will block the deal. The
combined group will have over 30 per cent
market share, which would see it surpass
current market leader Tesco.
CEO Mike Coupe says he’s confident
no store closures are needed, but it’s
difficult to imagine the deal going through
without a hitch.
The second question is how the group
will deliver £500m of annual cost savings,
while simultaneously lowering prices. It’s a
big ask. The enlarged group will seek to
use its increased scale to improve
purchasing power, and cut duplicate
logistical costs.
If Sainsbury’s can get the deal through
without too many amends, the combined
group has the potential to be far greater
than the sum of its parts. Inserting Argos
outlets into Sainsbury’s stores has proven
successful so far, and repeating the trick
with Asda should be straightforward
enough.
The potential benefits are clear, but the
deal is a complex one, and Sainsbury’s
don’t expect it to complete until late in
2019. Investors should avoid getting too
carried away just yet.
“This article is designed for investors who make
their own decisions without advice, if unsure
whether an investment is right for you, you should
seek advice. Shares can rise and fall in value so
you could get back less than you invest.”
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
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RACING: BIG OUTSIDER TAKES 1,000 GUINEAS
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
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BILLESDON BROOK,
sent off at 66-1, stunned
punters and her trainer
Richard Hannon when she
became the longest-priced
winner of the QIPCO 1,000
Guineas at Newmarket.
Given a confident ride by
the Swaziland-born Sean
Levey, she came home by a
length-and-three-quarters
from Laurens with Aiden
O’Brien’s Happily, the 11-4
favourite, finishing third.
“I have to admit it was a
surprise to me,” said
Hannon in what was a
classic understatement.
“But there was nothing
flukey about it. She’s
obviously a very good filly.”
PUNCH
POWER:
Levey
pulls off
a 66-1
surprise
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Hannon has a knack of
training big-priced winners
as his previous Classic
success was with 40-1 shot
Night Of Thunder in the
2014 2,000 Guineas.
Levey, 30, said: “That’s a
massive shock to me – she
had a lot to find.
“I’ve come out and said
we could do with a bit of
luck and we got some.”
O’Brien may have failed
to add to his win in
Saturday’s 2,000 Guineas
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jockey and he will ride
him,” said O’Brien. “He’s
our No1 rider and that’s
the way it is.”
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become the first European
trainer to land the
Kentucky Derby with
Mendelssohn, ridden by
Moore.
But the colt, who
finished last behind Justify
after getting a couple of
bumps soon after the start,
will return to Chruchill
Downs for the Breeders’
Cup Classic in November.
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Kentucky Derby at
Churchill Downs on
Saturday.
“I got an unbelievable
kick from it with Donnacha
riding.
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horse my daughter Ana
helped me prepare for a
Classic, so it was very
special.
“We always wanted to
start Saxon Warrior off in
the Guineas then go for the
Derby and I haven’t heard
anything different.” But
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BOXING: HEAVYWEIGHT REMATCH IS MISMATCH
Picture: BRYN LENNON
By Chris McKenna
TONY BELLEW could
retire
after
blowing
David Haye away in five
rounds at the O2 Arena.
Bellew rightly earned the
plaudits as he delivered on his
pre-fight promise to stop Haye
inside eight rounds and pick
up back-to-back wins over his
bitter rival.
This time there was no injury
to blame but Haye definitely
should
pack
it
in
after
Saturday’s defeat.
The
two-weight
world
champion had already said he
may quit regardless of the result
– and did not impress.
Now the Londoner says he
needs to review the fight before
making a decision but it will not
make pretty viewing.
When he goes over the tape
he will see a brilliant Bellew
totally take him apart while he
looked a shadow of the man
who once reigned as king of
the cruiserweights and as
WBA heavyweight champion.
Haye, 37, refused to attend
the post-fight press conference
on Saturday night to speak
further about why he could
continue but those close to him
were refusing to rule out a
return to the ring.
His brilliance in his pomp
should not be forgotten but he
just hung around too long.
However, take nothing away
from Bellew who, at 35, was at
his best.
Promoter Eddie Hearn will
try to tempt American Andre
Ward out of retirement to step
up to cruiserweight for a fight in
the UK later this year.
And there is an even more
ambitious plot to land a
big-money fight with former
heavyweight champion Tyson
Fury, who is on the comeback
trail but with rival promoter
Frank Warren.
However Hearn would be
happy to see Bellew walk into
the sunset on the back of
winning a world title at
Goodison Park and two highprofile victories over Haye.
GOLF
IRELAND beat
France in the final to
win the GolfSixes at
St Albans yesterday
after the dreams of
the two all-women
teams ended in the
quarter-finals.
The England
women, who fought
through the group
stage on Saturday,
went down 2-0 to the
Irish winners, Paul
Dunne and Gavin
Moynihan, while
Australia beat the
European women by
the same score.
“It’s a bit unlucky
we didn’t win today
but it has been a
huge success for
women’s golf,” said
Europe’s Mel Reid.
NEIL SQUIRES
***
END OF THE
ROAD: Haye
has nowhere
else to go
– and neither
may Bellew
“It’s all about looking at the
landscape and if the landscape
is not right, if Ward doesn’t want
it and Fury messes around, if
the money is rubbish against
others then he might just leave
it,” said Hearn.
“I’d be happy if he turned
around and said, ‘I’m retiring’,
but the only problem is he’s
getting better.”
Bellew made it through two
dangerous rounds at the start
of Saturday’s heavyweight fight
before flooring Haye twice in
the third with right-handers.
It was a left uppercut that
finished it in the fifth as Bellew
dropped him again with the
shot he said he learnt from ring
greats Felix Trinidad and Joe
Frazier. Haye was eventually
rescued on the ropes and
Bellew’s emotions took over as
he dedicated the fight to
his partner Rachael’s brother
Ashley Roberts, who died last
year while on holiday in Mexico.
“I left an empty seat at
ringside and they’re not cheap,”
said Everton fan Bellew, who
had his Liverpool supporting
pal’s name on his shorts.
“I left it for him and I know he
was there. I dedicate this fight
to Ash. I know he is watching
me and he’s smiling at me and
laughing at me. He’s getting
ready for the Champions League
final!
“It has been a disastrous eight
months. I can’t even put it into
words. But it all makes sense
when I get in that boxing ring.”
° ANTHONY
JOSHUA
is
confident his next fight will be
against Deontay Wilder as
talks continue for a unification
clash this year.
The WBA, IBF and WBO
heavyweight champion insists
he wants the fight but “will not
sign my life away” as he called
for details on the £36million
offer made by the WBC titleholder’s team.
Hearn has been in talks with
Wilder’s management and is
flying to New York this week for
more. “I do believe it will be
next because I want the fight
and I believe he wants the fight,”
said Joshua. “We have got a lot
of time to make it happen.
“The stars have aligned and
it’s destiny to get the fight on.”
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SNOOKER
MARK WILLIAMS got off to
a kebab-fuelled flier in the
‘Class of 92’ Crucible final.
The Welshman, right, had
gone for a doner at 2.30am
on the day of his World
Championship showpiece
– still buzzing after a late
finish to his semi-final.
But up against four-time
champion John Higgins,
Williams sprang out of the
traps. The contest, between
the players with the oldest
MARC MARQUEZ took control
of the title race in front of
his home fans in Jerez after
nearest rival Andrea Dovizioso
was embroiled in a dramatic
three-bike crash. Defending
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combined age in Crucible
final history, brought
together two of the
three legends who
all turned pro 26
years ago – the
other being the
watching Ronnie
O’Sullivan.
Williams, 43, also
accepted snacks from
a fan in the front row
– handed Minstrels and
MOTOGP
champion Marquez powered
to the win five seconds ahead
of Johann Zarco with Andrea
Iannone third. Jorge Lorenzo,
wine gums. But despite
surging 4-0 up, Williams
was braced for a
fightback from
fellow golden oldie
Higgins, 42, in the
evening session.
It duly arrived as
Higgins closed to
7-7 helped by breaks
of 119, 127 and 117. But
Williams rallied and holds a
handy 10-7 lead overnight.
Dovizioso and Dani Pedrosa
came together in a three-bike
pile-up on lap 18. Britain’s Cal
Crutchlow, starting from pole,
crashed out in lap eight.
ZOE BURN
FORD: Full house
We’ll get
bite back
at Tigers
says Ford
GEORGE FORD
defended his
performances at
Leicester this season
after finally showing
why they paid a king’s
ransom to bring him
back to Welford Road.
The England
stand-off delivered a
full house of try, drop
goal, three conversions
and two penalties in a
man-of-the-match
display in the 35-13 win
at Sale that salvaged
Champions Cup
qualification from a
season of collective
under-achievement.
It was Ford’s best
display since returning
to the club from Bath
in a £700,000 deal last
summer according to
Leicester head coach
Matt O’Connor, but the
25-year-old says
external criticism of
him has been unfair.
Ford said: “The
basics of my game have
been good. These days
people always look for
the big plays you make
– the line breaks and
the tries – but over a
Premiership season
you just have to be
consistently good at
your basics.
“The extra bits on
top of that will come
when the team are
playing better. Against
Sale I could run around
the ball a bit. We made
a few line breaks.
“We have to make
sure we consistently get
more opportunities like
that as a team. Off the
back of it people like
Ben Youngs, Telusa
Veainu, Manu Tuilagi
and Jonny May will get
those opportunities and
be the X-factor players
they are. That’s where
we’re aiming to go.”
It was the lessheralded Jonah Holmes
who touched down
twice for the Tigers in
an ‘if only’ performance
that provided
RUGBY LGE
TOM JOHNSTONE
staked a claim to be
involved in
England’s midseason Test against
New Zealand by
scoring a hat-trick
in Wakefield’s 54-18
win over Hull KR.
The highly-rated
winger is uncapped
but displayed his
finishing prowess
while Scott Grix
scored two.
Trinity coach
Chris Chester said:
“This result will do
us the world of good.
“That’s the best
40 minutes we’ve
produced this season
– we’ve not been
able to do it
consistently.”
ROSS HEPPENSTALL
47
By Neil Squires
satisfaction and
frustration in equal
measure.
“It was a positive day
but a disappointing
season,” said Ford. “We
were saying in the sheds
how we would love a
crack at the semi-final
but obviously we are
not there and we have
not been good enough
to be there.
“But this team will
stick together, go away,
work hard and work
smarter – coming back
a better team.”
Bath made it to the
Champions Cup too
with a hat-trick from
the departing Matt
Banahan in a crushing
63-19 win over
relegated London Irish.
Gloucester, who have
also qualified via the
Challenge Cup,
suffered a 62-12 hiding
at Saracens, who will
host Wasps in the
Premiership semi-final
a week on Saturday
after Dai Young’s side
clinched third with a
39-22 win at Newcastle.
The Falcons will go
to Exeter in the second
semi-final the same day.
Exeter topped the
final Premiership table
for the first time,
finishing eight points
clear after a run of
seven consecutive wins,
including Saturday’s
41-17 victory at
Harlequins that
brought a sad end to
John Kingston’s tenure.
“The future for
Harlequins is very
positive – I believe the
squad here is the
strongest in my 17
years at the club – but
we’ve lost confidence
somewhere along the
line,” said Kingston.
° THE final Champions
Cup qualification place
will be decided by a
play-off between Ulster
and Ospreys on May 20.
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1. Who scored England’s try in their 22-16
Six Nations defeat by France in Paris?
2. Who scored twice for Manchester City in their 2-0
Premier League win at Stoke?
3. Which South African fast bowler received a
two-match suspension after making physical contact
with Australia’s Steve Smith?
4. Who was sacked as manager of
Southampton in March?
5. Which Karachi-born squash
player won 10 consecutive British
Open titles from 1982 to 1991?
6. At which Scottish resort was the Royal
& Ancient Golf Club founded in 1754? RATINGS
0-3 Oh dear
7. Which horse won the US
4-6 Small beer
Triple Crown of Thoroughbred
7-9 So near
Racing in 1978?
10 Sporting seer
8. Who is the only Dutchman to win
the men’s singles at Wimbledon?
9. In what form of clay pigeon shooting are targets
released from two trap houses 40 metres apart?
10. Which player did Steve Davis beat in an all-English
World Snooker Championship final in 1984?
ANSWERS: 1 Jonny May. 2 David Silva. 3 Kagiso Rabada.
4 Mauricio Pellegrino. 5 Jahangir Khan. 6 St Andrews.
7 Affirmed. 8 Richard Krajicek. 9 Skeet shooting.
10 Jimmy White.
Bellew may join
Haye and retire
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
48
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
FOOTBALL: CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL DAY
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BASKETBALL
BBL CHAMPIONSHIP—Play-Off
Quarter-Finals 2nd Leg: Bristol
Flyers 77 Newcastle Eagles 60
(Aggregate: 163-157), Leicester
Riders 79 Sheffield Sharks 67
(Aggregate: 165-140), London Lions
94 Worcester Wolves 90 (Aggregate:
179-174), Glasgow Rocks 99 Surrey
Scorchers 75 (Aggregate: 181-159).
CRICKET (Today 11am)
SPECSAVERS COUNTY
CHAMPIONSHIP - DIVISION
ONE—Yorkshire v Essex
(Chelmsford): Yorkshire 50 (18.4
overs; S J Cook 5-28, P M Siddle
4-7) and 329 (94.3 overs; H C
Brook 124, J M Bairstow 50; P M
Siddle 4-65). Essex 142 (43.5
overs) and 146 (53.0 overs; S A
Patterson 6-40). Yorkshire (19pts)
beat Essex (3pts) by 91 runs.
Somerset v Lancashire (Emirates
Old Trafford): Somerset 429 (121.2
overs; G A Bartlett 110, M E
Trescothick 100, T B Abell 99). and
51-0 (18.0 overs) Lancashire 492
(144.0 overs; D J Vilas 235no, K K
Jennings 109, J Clark 50).
Nottinghamshire v Hampshire
(Trent Bridge): Nottinghamshire 302
(69.3 overs; S R Patel 73, M H
Wessels 54; F H Edwards 4-84) and
389-9dec. (85.3 overs; S J
Mullaney 130). Hampshire 223
(86.1 overs; H M Amla 69, L D
McManus 66) and 111-3 (44.0
overs; J J Weatherley 56).
Surrey v Worcestershire (The Kia
Oval): Surrey 434 (144.2 overs; R J
Burns 193, B T Foakes 72; J Leach
4-96). Worcestershire 469-6 (141.0
overs; J M Clarke 157, T C Fell 88,
D K H Mitchell 81, T M Head 50).
DIVISION TWO—Leicestershire v
Durham (Emirates Riverside):
Leicestershire 440 (150.4 overs; M
J Cosgrove 75, P J Horton 75, M A
Carberry 73, N J Dexter 70no).
Durham 184 (54.3 overs; G Clark
64; G T Griffiths 4-34) and 233-1
(80.0 overs; A K Markram 94).
Glamorgan v Kent (The SWALEC
Stadium): Glamorgan 94 (46.4
overs; D I Stevens 6-26, M J Henry
4-31) and 274 (86.3 overs; S E
Marsh 76, M J Henry 4-59). Kent
174 (50.5 overs; T van der Gugten
7-42) and 195-4 (48.5 overs; H G
Kuhn 69no). Kent (19pts) beat
Glamorgan (3pts) by 6 wickets.
Middlesex v Sussex (Hove):
Middlesex 230 (73.0 overs; M D E
Holden 84no; O E Robinson 7-58)
and 322 (99.2 overs; D J Malan
119, N R T Gubbins 107; D R Briggs
4-70, D Wiese 4-70). Sussex 323
(93.1 overs; H Z Finch 103; J A R
Harris 5-86) and 35-3 (15.0 overs).
Derbyshire v Warwickshire
(Edgbaston): Derbyshire 318 (81.5
overs; W L Madsen 144; J S Patel
4-94, H J H Brookes 4-63) and 209
(67.2 overs; B T Slater 68; J S Patel
6-76, H J H Brookes 4-56).
Warwickshire 439 (123.5 overs; M
Lamb 79, I J L Trott 76, C J C Wright
72, W M H Rhodes 50; D Olivier
4-134) and 89-2 (23.1 overs).
Warwickshire (23pts) beat
Derbyshire (5pts) by 8 wickets.
TOUR MATCH—Northamptonshire
v Pakistan (Northampton):
Northamptonshire 259 (73.4 overs;
A M Rossington 90; Shadab Khan
6-77). and 240-5 (70.0 overs; R I
Newton 102no, J J Cobb 52)
Pakistan 428 (116.3 overs; Asad
Shafiq 186no, Haris Sohail 79,
Babar Azam 57; S P Crook 4-89, R I
Keogh 4-111).
CYCLING
GIRO D’ITALIA—Stage 3 (Be’er
Sheva - Eilat, 229 km): 1 E Viviani
(Ita) Quick-Step Floors 5hrs 2mins
09secs, 2 S Modolo (Ita) EF Education
First-Drapac p/b Cannondale, 3 S
Bennett (Irl) Bora-Hansgrohe, 4 J
Mareczko (Ita) Wilier Triestina-Selle
Italia, 5 D van Poppel (Ned)
LottoNL-Jumbo, 6 J Debusschere (Bel)
Lotto Soudal. Others: 16 S Yates
(Gbr) Mitchelton-Scott, 30 C Froome
(Gbr) Team Sky. Overall: 1 R Dennis
(Aus) BMC Racing Team 9hrs 05mins
30secs, 2 T Dumoulin (Ned) Team
Sunweb at 1s, 3 J Goncalves (Por)
Katusha-Alpecin at 13s, 4 A Dowsett
(Gbr) Katusha-Alpecin at 17s, 5 P
Bilbao (Spa) Astana Pro Team at 19s,
6 S Yates (GBr) Mitchelton-Scott at
21s. Other: 19 C Froome (Gbr) Team
Sky at 38s.
TOUR DE YORKSHIRE—Stage 4
(Halifax - Leeds 189.5km): 1 S
Rossetto (Fra) Cofidis, Solutions
Credits 4hrs 53mins 22secs, 2 G Van
Avermaet (Bel) BMC Racing Team at
34s, 3 I Bibby (Gbr) JLT Condor at
same time. Final overall: 1 G Van
Avermaet (Bel) BMC Racing Team
16hrs 38mins 00secs, 2 E Prades
Reverter (Spa) Euskadi Basque
Country-Murias at 9s, 3 S Pauwels
(Bel) Dimension Data at 14s, 4 R
Kiserlovski (Cro) Katusha-Alpecin at
19s, 5 M Storer (Aus) Team Sunweb
at same time, 6 I Bibby (Gbr) JLT
Condorat at 23s.
EQUESTRIAN
BADMINTON HORSE TRIALS.-Show
Jumping: 1 J Price (NZ, Classic Moet)
28.0; 2 O Townend (GB, Cooley Srs)
33.1; 3 R Canter (GB, AllStar B)
34.32; 4 G Tattersall (GB, Arctic Soul)
35.2; 5 O Townend (GB, Ballaghmor
Class) 36.0; 6 M Todd (NZ, Kiltubrid
Rhapsody) 37.4; 7 T McEwen (GB,
Toledo de Kerser) 37.7; 8 P McCarthy
(Rep of Ireland, Mr Chunky) 38.3; 9 L
Kieffer (US, Veronica) 38.6; 10 M
Jung (Germany, La Biosthetique - Sam
FBW) 38.7.
GOLF
WELLS FARGO CH’SHIP (Quail
Hollow Club, Charlotte, North
Carolina)—3rd rd (USA unless stated,
par 71): 203 J Day (Aus) 69 67 67,
205 N Watney 72 67 66, 206 P
Uihlein 72 72 62, A Wise 68 68 70, P
Casey (Eng) 69 68 69, B
DeChambeau 75 65 66, 207 C
Schwartzel (Rsa) 70 67 70, S
Saunders 70 69 68, J Wagner 67 71
69, 208 P Mickelson 72 72 64, 209
L List 70 72 67, T Gooch 71 72 66, A
Hadwin (Can) 73 71 65, R Fowler 72
69 68, P Reed 71 71 67.
GOLF SIXES (St Albans)—Qtr-finals:
Korea (S Lee & J Wang) bt Thailand (T
Jaidee & K Aphibarnrat) 2-1; Ireland
(P Dunne & G Moynihan) bt England
Women (C Hull & G Hall) 2-0;
Australia (S Brazel & W Ormsby) bt
European Women Captains (C Ciganda
& M Reid) 2-0; France (M
Lorenzo-Vera & R Wattel) bt England
Men (E Pepperell & M Wallace) 2-0.
Semi-finals: France bt Australia 3-1;
Ireland bt Korea 2-1. 3rd/4th place
play-off: Korea bt Australia 3-0. Final:
Ireland bt France 2-0.
MOTORCYCLING
SPANISH GRAND PRIX (Circuito de
Jerez) Leading final positions)—MOTOGP: 1 M Marquez (Spa) Honda
41mins 39.678secs, 2 J Zarco (Fra)
Yamaha 41:44.919, 3 Andrea
Iannone (Ita) Suzuki 41:47.892.
MOTO2: 1 L Baldassari (Ita) Kalex
39mins 33.889secs, 8 Sam Lowes
(Gbr) KTM 39:52.566. MOTO3: 1 P
Oettl (Ger) KTM 39mins 39.799secs.
BRITISH SUPERBIKE (Oulton Park,
Cheshire)—Qualifying: 1 S Byrne
(Gbr) Ducati 1min 33.979secs, 2 J
Dixon (Gbr) Kawasaki 1:34.109.
RUGBY UNION
Aviva Premiership
SATURDAY
BATH .................63 LON IRISH........... 19
HARLEQUINS ......17 EXETER............... 41
NEWCASTLE .......22 WASPS ............... 39
NORTH’PTON......32 WORCESTER ....... 24
SALE ..................13 LEICESTER .......... 35
SARACENS .........62 GLOUCESTER ...... 12
P
Exeter ......22
Saracens ..22
Wasps ......22
Newcastle .22
Leicester ..22
Bath .........22
Gloucester 22
Sale .........22
North’pton 22
Harlequins 22
Worcester.22
Lon Irish ...22
W
17
16
14
14
13
11
11
10
8
7
7
3
D
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
L
5
6
7
8
9
11
10
12
14
15
15
19
B
17
13
13
7
11
12
10
14
11
8
8
10
F
618
731
615
455
537
572
490
556
509
479
432
385
A
354
350
501
506
472
531
597
531
645
640
601
651
Pts
85
77
71
63
63
56
56
54
43
36
36
22
Guinness Pro14
Quarter-finals
SATURDAY
MUNSTER...........20 EDINBURGH ........ 16
SCARLETS ..........43 CHEETAHS ............ 8
RUGBY LEAGUE
Betfred Super League
WAKEFIELD ........54 HULL K R ............ 18
Wakefield—T: Ashurst, Johnstone (3),
Randell, Grix (2), Jones-Bishop, England.
G: Finn (8), Miller. Hull K R—T: Clarkson,
Quinlan, Moss. G: Shaw (3).
SATURDAY
HULL ..................36 CASTLEFORD ...... 12
P
St Helens ....... 14
Wigan ............ 13
Warrington .... 14
Hull ............... 14
Castleford ..... 12
Leeds ............ 13
Wakefield ...... 13
Salford .......... 14
Huddersfield .. 14
Widnes .......... 13
Hull K R ......... 13
Catalans ........ 13
W
12
11
10
8
8
7
6
5
3
3
3
3
D
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
L
2
2
4
6
4
5
7
9
10
10
10
10
F
454
377
319
340
240
252
266
226
196
239
233
179
A
164
176
213
285
228
234
266
318
435
315
342
345
Pts
24
22
20
16
16
15
12
10
7
6
6
6
Betfred Championship—Barrow 20
Batley 18, Dewsbury 27 Rochdale 32,
London Broncos 30 Leigh 40, Sheffield
6 Halifax 42. Saturday: Toronto
Wolfpack 62 Swinton 14, Toulouse 36
Featherstone 10.
SNOOKER
BETFRED WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
(Sheffield)—Semi-fnals: J Higgins
(Sco) bt K Wilson (Eng) 17-13, M
Williams (Wal) bt B Hawkins (Eng)
17-15.
Final: Williams leads Higgins 10-7.
NETBALL
VITALITY SUPERLGE: Loughborough
Lightning 65 Team Northumbria 45,
Sirens 42 Manchester Thunder
64,Surrey Storm 43 Hertfordshire
Mavericks 56.
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promotions
now
for
Neil Warnock.
But with the odds stacked
against him and the boost he
has given the whole Cardiff
community, there were no
doubts in his mind that this was
the best.
“It’s the biggest achievement
in my 38-year career by an
absolute mile,” said the Cardiff
manager as the beer flowed in
the dressing room after their
passage to the Premier League
was sealed.
“I was so glad to hear at halftime that Fulham were losing – I
kissed the lad who told me.
“It’s
such
a
fabulous
achievement because nobody
gave us a chance. I’ve had some
great promotions and great
squads, but [this was the best]
because of the circumstances
when I came here – second from
bottom – and we’ve built it all
the way up. I am proud I have
built a team capable of ruffling a
few feathers and I have never
seen a crowd like that today.
“It’s an amazing feeling for a
manager to know that you
brought that together.
“But I’ve never known a week
longer than this. I’ve not slept
for longer than about three
hours. At my age, you’re not
going to get many more chances.
I owe my wife Sharon a lot.
“I know we are going to get a
few things thrown at us next
season but it’s better than
playing in the Championship.
And we get three weeks’ extra
holiday.
“I am cream-crackered at the
minute. But we are going to
enjoy it. Everybody will say we
are going to get relegated – but
at my age if it goes badly, I can
just leave it!”
Fortunately, from the day
owner Vincent Tan, right,
brought Warnock to take charge
at Cardiff, things have tended to
go right.
He inherited a club 23rd in the
Championship in October 2016
and 81 games later they are in
the Premier League.
Their fellow top-flight teams
are unlikely to welcome them
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Warnock and his
players celebrate
their return to the
Premier League
back
too
enthusiastically,
though. Not since Stoke first
brought “rugby” to the Premier
League in 2007 have a more
direct team reached such heady
heights and Reading were given
a final taste of it yesterday.
With skipper Sean Morrison
launching his long throws into
the impossibly blue Cardiff
skies, Warnock’s side fought
valiantly for every ball.
But there were seams of skill
as well running through the
granite face of the team and
ATP MILLENNIUM ESTORIL OPEN
(Estoril, Portugal)—Final: J Sousa
(Por) bt F Tiafoe (USA) 6-4 6-4.
ATP ISTANBUL OPEN (Turkey)—
Final: T Daniel (Jpn) bt M Jaziri (Tun)
7-6 (7-4) 6-4.
ATP BMW OPEN BY FWU
(Munich)—Final: (1) A Zverev (Ger) bt
(6) P Kohlschreiber (Ger) 6-3 6-3.
ATP & WTA MADRID OPEN—Women’s Rnd 1: J Konta (Gbr) bt (16) M
Rybarikova (Svk) 6-3 7-5.
TODAY’S DIARY
CYCLING
Giro d’Italia (Italy).
MOTOR CYCLING
British Superbike Ch’ship (Oulton Park).
NETBALL
Superleague: Manchester Thunder v
Loughborough Lightning, Surrey Storm v
Celtic Dragons, Team Bath v Severn
Stars, Team Northumbria v Sirens,
Wasps v Hertfordshire Mavericks .
Madrid Open (Spain).
that holding onto a point meant
their own target of survival
would be achieved, set out to
stifle the game from the start.
Consequently, the biggest
cheers in the first half were
reserved for the two Birmingham
goals against Fulham – although
it was a case of “fake news”
when the second arrived in
Cardiff about two minutes
before it actually happened.
Perhaps it was an omen the
gods of football were prepared
to be benign for once towards a
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TENNIS
Junior Hoilett, unlucky to curl a
shot inches wide after 19
minutes, might have had a
penalty shortly afterwards when
he bamboozled Tiago Ilori, got
the wrong side of him and
tumbled under a challenge that
by the narrowest of margins got
ball ahead of man.
On the other flank, Nathaniel
Mendez-Laing was having one
of his more inspired games of a
mixed season and proving
rather too much for Reading to
handle. The visitors, knowing
DIVING TO THE RESCUE: Wilbraham’s late stunner saves Bolton
BOLTON completed the most
stunning of escapes as two
late goals dragged them out of
the relegation zone in the
final moments of the season
as they beat Nottingham
Forest 3-2.
Goals by David Wheater and
Aaron Wilbraham saved the
Trotters on an afternoon of
seesaw
emotions
at
the
Macron Stadium that left boss
Phil Parkinson struggling to
take it all in as Barnsley and
Burton joined Sunderland in
League One.
The home side had started
the afternoon in the drop zone
By Steve Madeley
and eventually claimed safety
with two minutes to go. “It’s a
surreal feeling,” said Parkinson.
“I said to Steve Parkin, my
assistant, it was like being on
the pitch after Bradford beat
Chelsea in the FA Cup – did it
really happen?”
Adam Le Fondre had stepped
off the bench to volley Bolton
ahead on 67 minutes and haul
them out of the bottom three.
Three minutes later they were
back in it when Ben Osborn
equalised from 20 yards. The
game looked up when Jack
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shown we can play good
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football. We will be ready
The Cottagers had to
for the play-offs.”
settle for third place after
Birmingham were at
goals by Lukas Jutkiewicz,
Fulham’s throats, never
Harlee Dean and Che
allowing them to settle.
Adams denied them
They gained an early
automatic promotion.
reward when Jutkiewicz
Tom Cairney’s late
stabbed home. He missed
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two further chances before
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before Cairney’s header
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jangled Brummie nerves
in the end-of-season
with six minutes left.
showpiece last season,
But sub Adams restored
will recover.
the two-goal cushion.
“I always believe we are
“We wanted to do it on
going to win the next
our terms and we did,”
game. Just because we lost said Birmingham manager
one game I am not going
Garry Monk. “This has to
to change my mind,” said
be a new era. We have to
Jokanovic.
make sure this club is
“The quality and
never in this situation
character we have shown
again. We have to change
many times and we have
the whole mentality.”
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man at times portrayed
to be the devil himself.
Not that they weren’t
going to make him
sweat for it, mind.
The 69-year-old got
more
and
more
animated the longer
Cardiff failed to take
their destiny into
their own hands.
The Cardiff
fans were more
confident of
Fulham’s
demise and the ‘oles’ started
shortly
after
half-time,
continuing to provide the
backing-track
to
the
inexorable passage of time.
Even news of Fulham’s
late goal barely dented the
belief of the fans before
news
arrived
from
St
Andrew’s
of
the
third
Birmingham
goal
and
the party
really
started. Even Warnock allowed
himself a flicker of a smile.
He punched the air in
jubilation and rushed for the
sanctuary of the tunnel when
the final whistle blew to signal
Cardiff’s return to the Premier
League after a four-year absence.
Within seconds, every blade of
grass was covered by fans.
You sensed it was going to be
a long bank holiday weekend in
the Welsh capital. And the
soundtrack? “There’s only one
Neil Warnock”. He would
probably say himself, that’s
about as many as the Premier
League could take.
CARDIFF (4-3-3): Etheridge; Peltier, Morrison,
Bamba, Bennett; Bryson, Ralls, Paterson;
Mendez-Laing, Zohore (Madine 86), Hoilett
(Ward 78). Booked: Hoilett.
READING (4-5-1): Mannone; Gunter, Elphick,
Moore, Ilori (Kelly 34); Van den Berg, Edwards,
Bacuna, Aluko (McShane 83), Barrow;
Bodvarsson (Kermorgant 70). Booked: Elphick,
Kermorgant.
Referee: R Madley (West Yorkshire).
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Colback struck for Forest nine
minutes later, leaving Bolton
needing two goals and with
Burton, at that stage, drawing
at Preston.
Wheater gave Bolton hope on
87 minutes when he equalised
and fans had barely digested
the significance of that goal
when Wilbraham headed home
a Le Fondre cross.
Burton were left heartbroken
by events around the corner.
With just seconds to go against
10-man Preston, they were
cruising at 1-1 and looked safe.
But the Trotters’ amazing
comeback relegated Burton
and a late Louis Moult goal
rubbed salt in the wound as
Preston won 2-1.
“What made it worse is that
it happened so late,” said
Burton boss Nigel Clough.
“Everybody in the dressing
room is really flat but we’re
down because over 46 games
we haven’t been good enough.”
Callum Robinson had nodded
Preston in front after 26
minutes before Billy Bodin saw
red for two bookable offences –
first a stupid handball and then
a dodgy dive in the area – and
Burton jumped at the chance
to make Preston pay when
Hope Akpan fired in a stunner
with half an hour left. But just
as the Brewers fans started to
bounce, news came through of
Bolton’s comeback and then
Moult swept home the winner.
Barnsley sacked head coach
Jose Morais in the wake of their
relegation as they lost 4-1 at
Derby, who made the play-offs
thanks to goals from Cameron
Jerome, Matej Vydra, David
Nugent and Tom Lawrence.
Morais managed only three
wins in 15 attempts.
Steve Bruce will prepare
his Aston Villa side for
their play-off meeting with
Middlesbrough after returning
to the touchline at Millwall just
two days after the loss of his
mum Sheenagh.
“Steve’s had a real tough
time so we’ll give him all the
help we can,” said his assistant
Colin Calderwood. “He wanted
to be here. We understand that
work can bring a little relief.”
Much-changed Villa – already
guaranteed fourth spot – lost
1-0 to Shaun Williams’ penalty.
Prospective new Sunderland
owner Stewart Donald saw the
Wearside club end a disastrous
campaign with a 3-0 win over
champions Wolves.
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
49
Dale rescued
by heroic Joe
JOE THOMPSON
produced a fairy-tale
finish after his goal in a
1-0 win over Charlton
saved Rochdale from
relegation.
With neighbours
Oldham drawing 2-2
at Northampton,
Thompson’s winner
helped his side climb
out of the relegation
zone and condemn the
Latics to the drop
Thompson, below,
returned to action
only in February
after fighting off
life-threatening
cancer for the
second time
in four years.
“It was very
fitting that Joe
should score
the winning goal,”
said Rochdale
manager Keith Hill.
Will Grigg’s 26th
goal of the season for
Wigan, meanwhile,
sealed a 1-0 win at
Doncaster that
secured his side the
title.
“That feeling that a
supporter gets from
seeing his team do well
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is so special,” said
manager Paul Cook.
Wigan’s win meant
Blackburn were left to
settle for second
despite a 2-1 victory
over Oxford at Ewood
Park, but manager
Tony Mowbray said
Rovers should be
proud of their season.
“Ninety-six points –
that’s a lot of points in
any league.”
Doncaster
manager
Darren
Ferguson
missed his
side’s loss to
Wigan to be
with father
Sir Alex as he
underwent
emergency surgery.
Assistant Gavin
Strachan said: “It was
just a case of myself,
the staff, the players,
putting the manager’s
wishes into motion.”
Charlton’s play-off
place was confirmed
despite defeat as
Plymouth lost 5-2 at
Gillingham.
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first play-offs
CELEBRATIONS
were in unison on
Saturday as Coventry
and Morecambe
played out a goalless
draw that satisfied
both teams’ needs.
The result meant
Coventry reached their
first play-offs and
Morecambe survived
relegation to the
National League. They
earned safety at the
expense of Barnet,
who went down
despite beating
bottom-placed
Chesterfield.
Coventry
will now face
Notts County
and manager
Mark Robins,
right, said: “We
beat Notts
County on the first
game of the season
and lost at their place.
It is about how people
handle the experience
of the play-offs.”
Morecambe manager
Jim Bentley said: “I am
delighted for the boys,
this is a massive
achievement for us. We
are going to enjoy this
C<8>L<KNF
and be positive as we
look to improve.”
Barnet manager
Martin Allen was
optimistic for the
future despite his side
being relegated.
“I’m disappointed to
be going down but
there’s a lot to look
forward to,” he said.
“The players have been
outstanding since I’ve
been here.”
Lincoln boss
Danny Cowley
says his side
will need to
improve after
Saturday’s
1-1 draw with
Yeovil secured
a semi-final with
Exeter. “We’ll
need to be a lot better
than we were,” he said.
In the National
League play-offs,
Borehamwood and
Tranmere will battle for
a place in League Two.
Borehamwood edged
Sutton 3-2 in their
semi-final while
Tranmere beat
Ebbsfleet 4-2.
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Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
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FULL-TIME 1 1 2 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 1 2 1 1 3 2 1 1 1 3 3 2 1 1 1 3 1
RESULT H H V H SD A D A H H H H SD A D H SD H H H H H SD H A H H SD H H H SD A D H H SD D H H A SD SD D H H A SD H
HOME
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Man City (C)
Man Utd
Liverpool
Tottenham
Chelsea
Arsenal
Burnley
Everton
Leicester
Newcastle
Crystal Palace
Bournemouth
Watford
Brighton
West Ham
Huddersfield
Southampton
Swansea
West Brom
Stoke (R)
P W DL F A
36 15
36 14
37 11
36 11
36 11
36 15
37 7
37 10
36 6
36 7
37 6
37 7
37 7
36 7
36 6
36 6
36 4
36 6
37 3
37 5
2
2
7
4
3
2
5
4
6
4
5
5
6
8
5
5
7
3
9
5
1 58 13
2 37 9
0 41 10
2 34 12
4 29 15
2 54 20
6 15 15
5 28 22
6 22 21
7 18 17
7 27 27
7 26 30
6 27 31
4 24 25
6 21 25
7 16 24
7 20 25
8 16 21
7 21 29
9 20 30
AWAY
W D L F A Pts
15
10
9
10
10
3
7
3
5
4
4
3
4
2
3
3
2
2
3
1
2
3
5
4
3
4
7
6
5
4
6
6
2
5
6
4
8
6
4
7
1 44
5 30
5 39
5 34
5 32
10 18
5 20
9 15
8 27
10 18
9 16
9 17
12 17
10 9
10 24
11 11
8 16
11 11
11 10
10 13
13
19
28
20
19
28
22
33
33
29
28
30
32
22
42
32
30
32
25
37
94
77
72
71
69
60
54
49
44
41
41
41
41
40
38
36
33
33
31
30
AFC BOURNEMOUTH (1)...... 1
SWANSEA (0) .......................... 0
Fraser 37
Att: 10,820
EVERTON (0) ...................... 1
SOUTHAMPTON (0).................. 1
Davies 90
Redmond 56
Att: 38,225
DUNDEE (1) .......... 1 HAMILTON (0) ....0
WEST HAM (1) ........................ 2
MOTHERWELL (0) . 1 ST JOHNSTNE (3) 5
LEICESTER (0).................... 0
Att: 17,822
CRYSTAL PALACE (0) ............... 2
McArthur 68
Van Aanholt 86
Att: 29,687
Att: 49,703
Bates 85
Yesterday
Lafferty 18
NEWCASTLE (0)....................... 1
Pereyra 2
Gray 28
Perez 55
Att: 20,375
WEST BROM (0) ................. 1
TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR (0) ....... 0
Livermore 90
Att: 23,685
Att: 19,031
P
Celtic (C) ..................36
Aberdeen ..................36
Rangers ....................36
Hibernian ..................36
Kilmarnock ...............36
Hearts ......................36
Motherwell ...............36
St Johnstone .............36
Dundee .....................36
Hamilton...................36
Partick .....................36
Ross County..............36
BURNLEY (0) ........................... 0
Aubameyang 14, 75
Lacazette 45
Kolasinac 54
Iwobi 64
Att: 59,540
CHELSEA (1) ...................... 1
LIVERPOOL (0) ........................ 0
Giroud 32
Att: 41,314
MANCHESTER CITY (0)........ 0
HUDDERSFLD (0)..................... 0
Boyata 21
Dembele 51
Sinclair 90
W D L F
24 9 3 73
21 6 9 54
21 5 10 70
18 12 6 56
15 10 11 48
11 13 12 37
11 9 16 39
11 9 16 39
10 6 20 35
9 6 21 46
7 9 20 30
6 10 20 39
A
24
36
44
39
47
37
49
51
56
63
61
62
Pts
81
69
68
66
55
46
42
42
36
33
30
28
Ladbrokes Championship
Play-off Semi-final Second Leg
DUMBARTON (1) ... 1 ARBROATH (1)....1
Hill 9
Swankie 27
Att: 872
Agg: 3-2; Dumbarton win 3-2 on aggregate.
RAITH (0) .............. 1 ALLOA (1) ...........2
Murray 53
Kirkpatrick 40
Att: 1,831
Stewart 81
Agg: 1-4; Alloa Athletic win 4-1 on aggregate
Played Friday: Brighton 1 Manchester Utd 0.
COVE (0) ............... 0 COWDENBTH (0) 0
Press & Journal Highland
League
TURRIFF (0) .......... 0 BRORA (1) ..........2
P
Cove Rangers (C) .......34
Formartine United .....34
Inverurie Loco Works .34
Fraserburgh ..............34
Forres Mechanics ......34
Brora .......................34
Buckie Thistle ...........34
Deveronvale ..............34
Nairn County .............34
Rothes......................34
Huntly ......................34
Wick Academy ...........34
Clachnacuddin...........34
Turriff United ............34
Keith ........................34
Lossiemouth .............34
Strathspey Thistle .....34
Fort William ..............34
Maclean 10
Sherman 90 (og)
W D L F A Pts
29 3 2127 22 90
26 1 7124 41 79
25 3 6104 37 78
23 4 7101 38 73
23 4 7 88 45 73
20 3 11 87 39 63
15 6 13 80 56 51
16 3 15 73 76 51
16 3 15 61 71 51
15 4 15 77 70 49
15 4 15 66 81 49
12 10 12 67 54 46
11 8 15 54 69 41
11 4 19 54 70 37
4 4 26 45104 16
4 3 27 41125 15
4 2 28 26124 14
0 5 29 31184 5
Att: 5,539
Le Fondre 67
Wheater 87
Wilbraham 88
BLACKBURN (1) .... 2 OXFORD UTD (0) 1
Henry 66
Att: 27,600
Amoo 33
Dunk 35
Halliday 68
Corr 74
Waters 78
Att: 4,808
Ellis 14
Amond 38
Att: 5,311
Osborn 70
Colback 79
Att: 18,289
Bowen 45
Att: 11,475
Clarke 8, Sharp 29
Freeman 34
Att: 23,902
Att: 32,478
Jerome 14, Vydra 55 Moncur 80
Nugent 68
Att: 30,682
Lawrence 71
Sears 8
Waghorn 83 (pen)
Lenihan 12
Payne 76
DONCASTER (0) .... 0 WIGAN (0) ..........1
Grigg 75
Att: 12,057
FLEETWOOD (2) .... 2 WALSALL (0).......0
Hunter 31
Madden 45
Att: 3,644
Parker 7
Eaves 30, 36, 51
List 90
Grant 23
Carey 77
Att: 6,269
Grimes 42 (pen)
Taylor 45
Edmundson 29
Haymer 55
Att: 6,511
GILLINGHAM (3).... 5 PLYMOUTH (1) ...2
Downing 71
Bamford 90
Att: 18,829
Pitman 13
Lowe 25
Att: 18,118
Thompson 69
Att: 5,294
Vaulks 58
Att: 9,512
ROCHDALE (0) ...... 1 CHARLTON (0) ....0
Williams 30 (pen)
Att: 17,195
ROTHERHAM (0) ... 1 BLACKPOOL (0) ..0
Robinson 26
Moult 90
Akpan 63
Att: 17,058
SCUNTHORPE (0).. 1 BRADFORD (0) ...1
Nuhiu 14, 60, 90 (pen) Klose 83
Forestieri 30
Att: 28,189
Frederico Venancio 58
SHRWSBURY (0) ... 0 MK DONS (0)......1
PRESTON (1) ........ 2 BURTON ALB (0) 1
SHEFF WED (2) ..... 5 NORWICH (0) .....1
SUNDERLND (2) .... 3 WOLVES (0) ........0
Ejaria 19, Fletcher 45
McNair 66
P
Wolves (C) ................46
Cardiff (P).................46
Fulham .....................46
Aston Villa ................46
Middlesbrough ..........46
Derby .......................46
Preston North End.....46
Millwall.....................46
Brentford .................46
Sheff Utd ..................46
Bristol City ...............46
Ipswich .....................46
Leeds .......................46
Norwich ....................46
Sheff Wed.................46
QPR .........................46
Nottm Forest ............46
Hull ..........................46
Birmingham ..............46
Reading ....................46
Bolton ......................46
Barnsley (R) ..............46
Burton Albion (R) .......46
Sunderland (R) ..........46
Att: 28,452
W
30
27
25
24
22
20
19
19
18
20
17
17
17
15
14
15
15
11
13
10
10
9
10
7
D
9
9
13
11
10
15
16
15
15
9
16
9
9
15
15
11
8
16
7
14
13
14
11
16
L F
7 82
10 69
8 79
11 72
14 67
11 70
11 57
12 56
13 62
17 62
13 67
20 57
20 59
16 49
17 59
20 58
23 51
19 70
26 38
22 48
23 39
23 48
25 38
23 52
A
39
39
46
42
45
48
46
45
52
55
58
60
64
60
60
70
65
70
68
70
74
72
81
80
Pts
99
90
88
83
76
75
73
72
69
69
67
60
60
60
57
56
53
49
46
44
43
41
41
37
Townsend 59
Kilgallon 56
Att: 5,452
SOUTHEND (0) ...... 0 BRISTOL R (0) ....0
Att: 8,179
W D L F
29 11 6 89
28 12 6 82
25 12 9 60
24 7 15 73
19 17 10 65
20 11 15 58
19 11 16 58
20 6 20 57
17 13 16 68
17 12 17 58
18 9 19 57
15 15 16 60
16 11 19 60
16 9 21 59
13 17 16 52
15 11 20 61
13 17 16 50
13 14 19 47
13 13 20 53
11 18 17 49
11 17 18 58
12 11 23 43
11 12 23 43
8 12 26 41
Att: 15,874
Lloyd 34
Att: 4,350
EXETER (0) ........... 1 COLCHESTER (0) 0
Att: 4,615
FOREST GRN (0) ... 0 GRIMSBY (0) ......3
Hooper 52, 84, 90
Att: 3,880
LINCOLN C (0) ...... 1 YEOVIL (1) ..........1
Pett 77
Green 10
Att: 10,004
MANSFIELD (0) ..... 1 CRAWLEY TN (1).1
Hemmings 64
Ahearne-Grant 7
Att: 4,734
NOTTS CO (0) ....... 0 LUTON (0) ..........0
Att: 12,184
Agard 63 (pen)
Att: 6,516
P
Wigan (C) ..................46
Blackburn (P) ............46
Shrewsbury ...............46
Rotherham ................46
Scunthorpe ...............46
Charlton ...................46
Plymouth ..................46
Portsmouth...............46
Peterborough ............46
Southend ..................46
Bradford...................46
Blackpool .................46
Bristol Rovers ...........46
Fleetwood .................46
Doncaster .................46
Oxford Utd ................46
Gillingham ................46
AFC Wimbledon .........46
Walsall .....................46
Rochdale ..................46
Oldham (R)................46
Northampton (R)........46
MK Dons (R)..............46
Bury (R) ....................46
COVENTRY (0)....... 0 MORECAMBE (0) 0
Simpson 71
Roofe 30, Phillips 47 Att: 30,004
MILLWALL (1) ....... 1 ASTON VILLA (0).0
CARLISLE (1) ........ 1 NEWPORT (1) .....1
Miller 17, 62
PORTSMTH (2)...... 2 PETERBORO (0)..0
LEEDS (1) ............. 2 QPR (0) ..............0
CAMBRIDGE (2) .... 5 PORT VALE (0)....0
CREWE (1) ............ 2 CHELTENHAM (1)1
NORTHMPTN (2) ... 2 OLDHAM (1) .......2
IPSWICH (1).......... 2 MIDDLESBRO (0) 2
G0533 Spare cream cushion covers £14.99
G0534 Spare pale grey cushion covers £14.99
D9630 Protective furniture cover £19.99
Scottish League Two Play
Off Final 1st Leg
Akinde 42
Brindley 81
Nicholls 88
DERBY (1) ............. 4 BARNSLEY (0) ....1
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is charged at £19.95. Due to courier limitations we are unable to deliver this product outside
mainland UK, to Scottish Highlands, Isles or BFPO addresses.
McGuigan 17, 81
Att: 948
Agg: 2-3; Stenhousemuir win 3-2 on aggregate.
BARNET (1)........... 3 CHESTERFLD (0) 0
CARDIFF (0) .......... 0 READING (0) .......0
Made from UV light resistant, weatherproof, hand-woven rattan-effect PVC for added durability.
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McLauchlan 41
Danns 66
Miller 85
Att: 4,770
Flint 60
Bryan 75
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spare cushion covers are available for when the originals are being cleaned.
QUEEN’S PRK (1) .. 1 STENHSMUIR (1) 2
Parrett 12
Appiah 34
BRISTOL C (0)....... 2 SHEFF UTD (3) ...3
Grey
Robertson 38
Att: 861
McAllister 57, J Brown 65
Agg: 4-0; Peterhead win 4-0 on aggregate.
AFC WIMB’DN (2).. 2 BURY (0) ............2
Canos 12
Black
PETERHEAD (1)..... 3 STIRLING (0) ......0
Jutkiewicz 15
Cairney 84
Dean 43, Adams 89 Att: 27,608
BRENTFORD (1) .... 1 HULL (1) .............1
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Ladbrokes League One
Play-off Semi-final Second Leg
BIRMINGHM (2) .... 3 FULHAM (0)........1
BOLTON (0) .......... 3 NOTTM FOR (0) ..2
Garden
Seville Rattan Furniture
G0530 Brown with cream cushions
G0820 Grey with pale grey cushions
G0532 Black with cream cushions
MacLean 31, 40, 56
Anderson 36
McMillan 81
HEARTS (1) ........... 1 CELTIC (1)..........3
WATFORD (2) ..................... 2
Brown
Att: 5,195
Bigirimana 78
RANGERS (0) ........ 1 KILMARNCK (0) ..0
Shaqiri 43
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ARSENAL (2) ...................... 5
Holt 18
Att: 3,524
STOKE (1) .......................... 1
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ABERDEEN (0) ...... 0 HIBERNIAN (0) ...0
Joao Mario 34
Noble 64
Att: 32,013
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Ladbrokes Premiership
A
29
40
39
53
50
51
59
56
60
62
67
55
66
68
52
66
55
58
66
57
75
77
69
71
Pts
98
96
87
79
74
71
68
66
64
63
63
60
59
57
56
56
56
53
52
51
50
47
45
36
SWINDON (2) ........ 3 ACCRNGTN (0) ...0
Richards 14
Anderson 43
Mullin 55
Att: 6,118
Bloomfield 19
Att: 8,802
W D L F
29 6 11 76
25 13 8 94
24 12 10 79
24 8 14 64
21 14 11 71
22 9 15 64
20 15 11 64
18 18 10 67
20 8 18 67
17 16 13 62
16 16 14 56
17 13 16 56
16 14 16 53
16 11 19 58
17 5 24 62
14 13 19 60
13 12 21 67
13 12 21 42
12 12 22 59
11 14 21 49
13 8 25 54
9 19 18 41
12 10 24 46
10 8 28 47
WYCOMBE (1) ....... 1 STEVENAGE (0)...0
P
Accrington (C) ...........46
Luton (P) ..................46
Wycombe (P) .............46
Exeter ......................46
Notts County.............46
Coventry ...................46
Lincoln City ...............46
Mansfield .................46
Swindon....................46
Carlisle.....................46
Newport County.........46
Cambridge ................46
Colchester ................46
Crawley Town ............46
Crewe.......................46
Stevenage .................46
Cheltenham ..............46
Grimsby ....................46
Yeovil .......................46
Port Vale ..................46
Forest Green.............46
Morecambe...............46
Barnet (R) .................46
Chesterfield (R) .........46
A
46
46
60
54
48
47
48
52
65
54
58
60
52
66
75
65
73
66
75
67
77
56
65
83
Pts
93
88
84
80
77
75
75
72
68
67
64
64
62
59
56
55
51
51
48
47
47
46
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Vanarama National League
Play-off Semi-finals
TRANMERE (1) ...... 4 EBBSFLEET (1) ...2
Norwood 33, 103
Coulson 16, Weston 51
Ginnelly 56, Cole 106 Att: 8,898
AET – Score after 90 mins 2-2.
YESTERDAY
SUTTON UTD (0) ... 2 BOREHAM W (1) .3
Bolarinwa 82
Lafayette 90
Balanta 42
Lafayette 53 (og)
Folivi 88
Vanarama National League
North Play-off Semi-finals
Vanarama National League
HARROGATE TN (0) 2 CHORLEY (1) ......1
CHELMSFORD (0) . 0 HAMP & RICH (0)1
Knowles 61 (pen), 90
O’Keefe 36
BRACKLEY (0) ....... 1 BRADFORD PA (0)
0
Williams 110
AET – Score after 90 mins 0-0.
South Play-off Semi-finals
Kretzschmar 54 (pen)
DARTFORD (0) ...... 0 BRAINTREE (0) ...1
Crook 72
Att: 1,704
DIVIDENDS — With Ten score draws
and Five no-score draws, the dividend
forecast is Moderate. No claims are
required for half-time draws.
(Kick-off 7.45pm unless stated)
TODAY
Ladbrokes Premiership Play-Off, Semi-Final, 1st Leg
Dundee Utd v Livingston.
TOMORROW
Premier League
Swansea v Southampton ...................
(Live on Sky Sports Premier League)
Ladbrokes Premiership
Aberdeen v Rangers ..........................
(Live on Sky Sports Football)
Hamilton v St Johnstone....................
Partick v Motherwell ..........................
Ross County v Dundee ......................
(Kick-off 7.45pm unless stated)
WEDNESDAY
Premier League
Chelsea v Huddersfield ......................
(Live on Sky Sports Main Event)
Leicester v Arsenal ............................
Man City v Brighton (8pm) .................
Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle (8pm)
Ladbrokes Premiership
Celtic v Kilmarnock ...........................
Hearts v Hibernian ............................
(Live on BT Sport 1)
Ladbrokes Championship play-off, final, 1st leg
Alloa v Dumbarton ............................
Ladbrokes League 1 - playoff, final, 1st leg
Stenhousemuir v Peterhead ...............
THURSDAY
Premier League
West Ham v Man Utd ........................
(Live on Sky Sports Premier League)
Sky Bet League One - PlayOff, Semi-Final, 1st Leg
Charlton Athletic v Shrewsbury Town ...
Friday 11 May
Sky Bet Championship Play-Off, Semi-Final, 1st Leg
Derby v Fulham ................................
Ladbrokes Premiership play-off, semi-final, 2nd leg
Livingston v Dundee Utd ....................
(Kick-off 3pm unless stated)
SATURDAY
Sky Bet Championship Play-Off Semi-Finals, 1st
Leg
Middlesbrough v Aston Villa (5.15) .....
Sky Bet League One - PlayOff Semi-Finals, 1st Leg
Scunthorpe United v Rotherham United
(12.30) ...........................................
Sky Bet League Two - PlayOff Semi-Finals, 1st Leg
Lincoln City v Exeter City ....................
Coventry City v Notts County (7.30) ....
Vanarama National League
Promotion Final: Tranmere v Boreham
Wood (Wembley Stadium)
Ladbrokes Premiership
Dundee v Partick ..............................
Motherwell v Hamilton.......................
St Johnstone v Ross County...............
Ladbrokes League 1
play-off final, 2nd leg
Peterhead v Stenhousemuir. ..............
Ladbrokes League 2
play-off final, 2nd leg
Cowdenbeath v Cove Rangers (2.00) . .
SUNDAY
Premier League
Burnley v AFC Bournemouth ..............
Crystal Palace v West Brom ...............
Huddersfield v Arsenal .......................
Liverpool v Brighton...........................
Man Utd v Watford............................
Newcastle v Chelsea .........................
Southampton v Man City ...................
Swansea v Stoke ..............................
Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester ...........
West Ham v Everton..........................
Sky Bet League One - PlayOff Semi-Final, 2nd Leg
Shrewsbury Town v Charlton Athletic
(5.15) .............................................
Vanarama League North Promotion
Final: Harrogate Town v Brackley.
Vanarama League South
Promotion Final: Hampton & Richmond v
Braintree Town.
Ladbrokes Premiership
Celtic v Aberdeen (12.30) .................
(Live on BT Sport 1)
Hibernian v Rangers (12.30)..............
Kilmarnock v Hearts (12.30) ..............
Ladbrokes Championship
play-off final, 2nd leg
Dumbarton v Alloa (4.10).
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FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE RELEGATION SCRAP
Picture: STU FORSTER
LATE SHOW:
Livermore sends
the Hawthorns
into delirium after
scrambling home
a dramatic winner
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DARREN MOORE has
turned West Brom from
relegation certainties to
outsiders for survival and
the caretaker manager
believes his side have
also captured the hearts
of the neutrals.
A dramatic late goal on an
eventful day at the foot of
the Premier League ensured
Moore’s side took their survival
fight into the final week of the
season – no small feat for a
team who were 10 points adrift
of safety when their former
defender took charge.
Only a draw between Swansea
and Southampton tomorrow
would give the Baggies a chance
of staying up with a win in
their final game of the season
at Crystal Palace on Sunday.
But after overseeing a fivegame unbeaten reign, including
three victories, Moore is sleeping
more soundly than ever.
“People have been coming up
to me saying, ‘Well done’,” said
Moore. “And I am talking about
neutral supporters as well. I am
really pleased for the club that
we’ve captured the hearts of the
nation really with what we’re
doing here.
“But we just have to keep the
focus and get back to work next
week.
“When I do sleep, I don’t half
sleep heavily. My alarm seems
to wake me up all the time now
because I go into a deep sleep –
a lot deeper than before.
“But we’ll just continue to
work hard and evaluate this
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Redmond can
take Liberty
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has the talent to help
keep Southampton in
cruel, deflected Tom
the Premier League.
Davies strike in injuryThat chance will
time but the point was
come at Swansea
enough to lift them out
tomorrow and the
of the bottom three
Saints forward is all
and set up the visit to
too aware of the
Swansea in which a win
high-stakes nature of
for Mark Hughes’s side
the Liberty Stadium
will effectively keep
clash.
them up.
Five months on from
Redmond said: “This
a very public dressing
is two points we’re
down from
going to feel
title-winning
that we’ve lost
manager Pep
but it’s a point
Guardiola
and makes
following the
Tuesday even
Saints’ loss at
bigger.
Manchester
“You saw the
City, Redmond
fans today,
scored his first
they were
goal in almost
fantastic, and
a year.
as long as
Guardiola
they’re still
had claimed he REDMOND: Goal backing us
was merely
we’re going to
keep fighting for them.
telling Redmond what
an admirer he is of the
“It’s a massive game
24-year-old, as he
for us and Swansea but
seemed to berate him
we’ve turned in two
on the Etihad pitch
massive performances
after the final whistle.
over the past week –
And the manner in
Bournemouth and
which Redmond buried
today – and we need
a crucial header, 11
another one on
minutes after coming
Tuesday. Anything less
on as a half-time
is not going to cut it.”
substitute on Saturday,
REMAINING GAMES – Everton:
suggests Guardiola
West Ham (a) Sun PL.
was right. Saints were
Southampton: Swansea (a)
tomorrow PL; Man City (h) Sun PL.
eventually undone by a
Baggies fight
has Darren
sleeping easy Swans looked
result and look to a fresh week
and start preparing for another
tough game.”
West Brom edged Spurs
thanks
to
a
scrambled,
stoppage-time goal claimed by
Jake Livermore but possibly
scored by Tottenham defender
Danny Rose.
The Baggies had goalkeeper
Ben Foster to thank for laying
the foundations for victory with
saves from Harry Kane in the
first half and Erik Lamela in
the second. That allowed a late
onslaught on the Spurs goal
that was rewarded when a
corner was forced home as
Rose and Livermore stretched.
Defeat for Spurs means they
are a point behind third-placed
Liverpool, who have played a
WEST BROM fans would
over the course of the next
have watched eagerly as
seven days and as such
events unfolded in the
are 1-200 to go down.
late kick-off on Saturday
To avoid relegation
because without
without even playing, they
Everton’s late equaliser
will hope for a draw
BY JOE CRILLY between Swansea and
against Southampton,
Darren Moore’s side
Southampton tomorrow.
would have been relegated.
That is offered at 11-5 with
The Baggies are still reliant
Swansea 15-8 to land the home
on other results going for them
win and Saints 6-4 to triumph.
game more, and two points
ahead of Chelsea with two
matches remaining.
Keeper Hugo Lloris said: “The
good thing is we still have our
destiny in our hands. It’s up to
us but we need to stay confident
and believe in ourselves.
“Third or fourth doesn’t
matter. The main objective is to
be in the top four. Then, if we
can finish higher, it is good for
the club and good for the fans.”
WEST BROM (4-4-2): Foster 8; Nyom 6,
Dawson 7, Hegazi 8, Gibbs 7; Phillips 7,
Livermore 7, Brunt 6, McClean 6 (Krychowiak
87); Rodriguez 6 (Chadli 79), Rondon 6
(Sturridge 74, 6). Booked: Nyom, McClean,
Brunt,
Hegazi.
Goal:
Livermore
90.
REMAINING GAME: Crystal Palace (a)
Sun PL.
TOTTENHAM (3-4-3): Lloris 6; Alderweireld 8,
Sanchez 6, Vertonghen 6 (Llorente 85);
Trippier 6, Eriksen 6, Wanyama 7, Rose 6;
Lamela 6 (Moura 78), Kane 5, Alli 5 (Son 67,
6). REMAINING GAMES: Newcastle (h) Wed
PL; Leicester (h) Sun PL.
Referee: M Jones (Cheshire).
Jack on attack over Stoke flops
BUTLAND: Set to move
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
TEARFUL Jack Butland
slammed the “farcical”
decisions which have
helped
seal
Stoke’s
relegation.
The £50million-rated
England
goalkeeper
ripped into the club’s
seemingly
shambolic
recruitment policy and
says while those in the
dressing room accepted
their part in a horrid
season, missing players
had cost them dear.
He
criticised
the
process which allowed
big-money players to
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disappear
off
the
radar. Record signing
Giannelli
Imbula
(£18.3m), Kevin Wimmer
(£18m)
and
Saido
Berahino (£12m) have
all flopped along with
Jese and Ibrahim Afellay.
“I think the whole
recruitment
process
needs looking at,” said
Butland. “We’ve gone
into a game today – and
over
the
last
few
months – with half the
squad dotted around
the world not even
involved. Some are on
loans. But then there’s
been players who aren’t
even part of the squad
for all kinds of reasons,
whether it be discipline
or lack of performance.
“Too many of the
recent investments have
been completely unused
and that’s unacceptable.
It’s been farcical really.”
Butland, 25, looks
certain to be off this
summer with Wolves,
Liverpool, Arsenal and a
string of top clubs ready
to try to land him.
James
McArthur
equalised for Palace
after Xherdan Shaqiri
had given Stoke hope,
then
Patrick
van
Aanholt sealed the win.
McArthur
said
of
manager Roy Hodgson,
who engineered Palace’s
survival: “The job he
has done has been
remarkable.”
REMAINING GAMES – Stoke:
Swansea (a) Sun PL. C Palace:
West Brom (h) Sun PL.
right past us
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was shocked by
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they suffered a tame
defeat on the south
latest defeat. Connor
coast.
Roberts, a player with
The Swans did not
just two league starts,
look like a side fighting
was the only Swansea
to prevent relegation
man prepared to speak
and are now in the
to the media.
bottom three.
And it was up to the
They have a huge
local lad to issue the
‘six-pointer’ at home
rallying cry ahead of
to Southampton
the club’s biggest
tomorrow and Francis
fixture in years. “It’s
felt they were
massive,” said the
prioritising
22-year-old.
that fixture.
“I’ve only
He said: “It’s
played the last
interesting how
two games but
they played. I
I love this club
felt at times
and hope we
they bypassed
can do it.
this game, as if
“We have to
they think
perform, have
Southampton
to forget about
is their cup
Saturday. I
final. I didn’t
can’t really
feel they
FRANCIS: Easy think about
bombarded us
the fact that
and committed men
I’m a local boy. I just
forward. They’ll have to need to think about it
on Tuesday.”
being another game.
Swansea know that
Everyone is thinking
home victories against
about Tuesday.
the Saints and Stoke
“Does relegation
will keep them up.
cross your mind? Of
But they have now
course it does. But if we
lost three on the spin.
don’t perform and get
At Bournemouth
those points we don’t
they lacked leaders and deserve to be here.”
Ryan Fraser’s deflected
REMAINING GAMES –
shot from a wellBournemouth: Burnley (a) Sun
worked 37th-minute
PL. Swansea: Southampton (h)
free-kick sealed their
tomorrow PL; Stoke (h) Sun PL.
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HEART OF
GOAL: Giroud
celebrates
what may
prove a vital
winner
FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE
Main picture:FACUNDO ARRIZABALAGA
Top-four light
still flickers
for Chelsea
IN THE END, the exertions
of Rome were just too much
for Jurgen Klopp’s men.
Chelsea had too much vim,
too much vigour.
Now the gap between Chelsea
and Tottenham is two points, the
distance to Jurgen Klopp’s men
only three. Goal difference makes it
unlikely the Stamford Bridge club
will manage to overhaul both teams
above them. But stranger things
have happened.
Chelsea, thanks to the effervescent
Olivier Giroud, who netted his fourth
goal in five games, won their fifth
game on the bounce. They may not
emerge victorious from this chase
for Champions League football, but
the chase is most definitely on.
Antonio Conte’s team have the bit
between their teeth. A quest that
once seemed hopeless – they were
eight points off fourth place at the
beginning of April – now is
significantly less so as Spurs and
Liverpool wobble.
Liverpool, perhaps still running
high on the adrenalin of the second
leg of their Champions League semifinal with Roma last Wednesday,
started well in the sunshine at
Stamford Bridge but gradually ran
out of steam. The prize ahead of
them on May 26 in Kiev is a huge
one, but this defeat may just have
planted a seed of worry league-wise.
Conte beamed: “One month ago it
was impossible to imagine we’d
arrive at the end to fight for a place
in the Champions League. Now
there is hope.
“We are getting three points in
every game, our opponents are
dropping points. Our future is not
in our hands, but we have to try to
keep the pressure on. I was pleased
with our will to fight.”
Before yesterday, Chelsea had
won only two of nine games against
the top six and started tentatively.
Roberto Firmino saw his shot
stopped by Thibaut Courtois
and, as James Milner
flattened Eden Hazard with
a brutal tackle, Liverpool’s
determination
seemed
unquestionable.
Sadio
Mane
was
dangerous throughout, as
he drifted and darted.
But he sliced over
when
Mohamed
Salah found him
and then Courtois
pulled off a superb
save
from
his
cracking
25-yard
drive.
But
Chelsea
gradually
found
their
feet,
as
Marcos Alonso drove
straight at Loris Karius,
and Tiemoue Bakayoko
put a diving header
wide. And then they
struck. Victor Moses,
PUNCHER’S CHANCE:
Conte is thrilled with
his side’s fight
CHELSEA
LIVERPOOL
1
0
By Tony Banks
who had an excellent game, chipped
over a cross from the right and, as
Liverpool
lost
concentration,
Giroud rose above his marker to
glance the ball into the corner.
The Frenchman then ran across
the pitch to embrace the out-offavour David Luiz, sitting several
rows back on the Chelsea bench.
“David is a good friend,” Giroud
said later. “I dedicated this goal to
him because he is going through a
tough period.”
Chelsea were suddenly buzzing, as
Hazard fed a lovely ball in to Cesc
Fabregas, whose drive from a narrow
angle barely missed the far post.
Salah had one of his quietest
games of the season, shackled well
by Antonio Rudiger, and just before
half-time the Egyptian was booked
by referee Anthony Taylor for diving,
summing up his day.
Klopp slammed the 43-goal
forward for the dive, saying: “That is
not what I want to see, that is not
what he wants to do.
“I think it was a dive. He has to be
much better, he can do much better
and he will score again.”
Liverpool could not quite manage
to do so, enjoying plenty of the ball
but being unable to penetrate a
Chelsea defence that Conte must
have wished had played like this
for most of the season. Whenever
Klopp’s team did create a yard of
space, they found the excellent
N’Golo Kante in the way.
Hazard, another player returning
to form as the FA Cup final beckons,
beat four men with one mazy run,
but Karius stopped his shot.
Chelsea then could and should
have added to their tally as Alonso’s
brilliant volley flew just wide.
Klopp threw on former Chelsea
striker Dominic Solanke late but
the youngster headed over from
six yards when he should have
done better.
It was that kind of day for
Liverpool. For Chelsea, the light
at the end of the tunnel still
flickers.
CHELSEA (3-5-2): Courtois 7;
Azpilicueta 7, Cahill 7, Rudiger
7; Moses 7 (Zappacosta 87,
6), Fabregas 7 (Pedro 91,
6), Kante 8, Bakayoko 7,
Alonso 7; Hazard 7
(Willian 85, 6), Giroud 7.
Booked:
Moses.
Goal: Giroud 32.
REMAINING
GAMES:
R
Huddersfield (h) Wed
PL; Newcastle (a)
Sun PL
LIVERPOOL (4-3-3):
Karius 7; Clyne 6
(Henderson 58, 6),
Lovren 6, Van Dijk 7,
Robertson 6 (Solanke 74,
6); Alexander-Arnold 7,
Wijnaldum 6, Milner 6
(Moreno 88, 6); Salah 6,
Firmino 7, Mane 7. Booked:
Salah, Clyne. REMAINING GAME:
Brighton (h) Sun PL.
Referee: A Taylor (Wythenshaw).
FOOTBALL: PREMIER LEAGUE
ARSENAL
BURNLEY
5
0
By Ivan Speck
IT was the farewell that
no one really wanted, but they
made the best of it anyway.
From the ‘Merci Arsene’ sign that
fronted the Emirates entrance to
the inflatables and giant cardboard
letters that accompanied the postmatch parade to the red T-shirts
bearing the same message that were
draped over every seat inside the
stadium, somehow even a 5-0 win over
Burnley was always going to be an
afterthought.
Red T-shirts? They still couldn’t
take the redness away from the faces
of those Arsenal supporters who have
hounded Wenger and helped bring
forward this farewell by 12 months.
And so, an afternoon which bore all
the trappings of a love-in passed in a
sea of awkwardness and false smiles.
At least on the surface, it was all
sweetness and light.
The likes of William Gallas,
Emmanuel Petit, Freddie Ljungberg
and Martin Keown represented
Arsene’s Arsenal past, as did the
parting gift of the gold ‘Invincibles’
trophy
the
club
received
to
commemorate
their
unbeaten
2003-04 Premier League season.
Wenger said his goodbyes pitchside.
“One Arsene Wenger,” the Arsenal
faithful sang in response.
Yes, the one they won’t be seeing
next season, largely because their love
for him ran out before his contract
did. Just as in Madrid on Thursday
night, it was noticeable that Mesut
Ozil was nowhere to be seen. Unlike
at the Wanda Metropolitano stadium,
he did at least this time have the
excuse of not being on the pitch. A
back injury, we were told.
He
wasn’t
missed.
Arsenal
interwove passes and Burnley were
swept aside. Alexandre Lacazette
and Alex Iwobi combined for
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to slide
them ahead in the 14th minute.
A chorus of “1-0 to the Arsenal” rang
around the Emirates, not without a
deep sense of irony on this of all
days, for it was the flamboyance
introduced by Wenger in 1986 which
largely banished that scoreline from
the Arsenal lexicon.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan went close
twice before half-time, but it was
Lacazette who made it 2-0, casually
volleying home a Hector Bellerin cross.
Sam Vokes should have directed a
header past Petr Cech moments after
half-time as Burnley began the second
Wenger
feels the
love one
last time
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Main picture: STUART MacFARLANE
period brightly but Arsenal were
united on as well as off the pitch and
nothing was spoiling their party.
Jack Wilshere strode forward to
allow Sead Kolasinac to make it 3-0
with a fierce shot into the far corner.
Next, it was Iwobi’s turn to interrupt
a chorus of ‘Vieira, oh-oh-oh-oh’ with
a rising shot high beyond Nick Pope’s
reach after being set up by
Aubameyang, who then made it 5-0
from close range.
Perhaps the loudest cheer of the
afternoon came with the 77th-minute
introduction of club captain Per
Mertesacker for his own, less-heralded
farewell appearance at the Emirates.
The defender is retiring, although that
is his decision, you understand.
The result means Burnley cannot
overhaul Arsenal in sixth, although
both will play in the Europa League
next season. That may not appeal to
the Arsenal faithful, but will suit
Burnley just fine. Manager Sean
Dyche said: “It’s beyond whatever we
could have thought of for a club like
Burnley. It’s a massive achievement.”
So how did Wenger feel about the
day – his day? “I didn’t think about
the emotion. Fortunately in my
job, you learn to disconnect from
yourself,” he said.
“But the reception from the fans
means that even if they are not always
happy, they still respect me and
wanted to show me that at least they
think that I gave my total
commitment to do well.”
ARSENAL (4-2-3-1): Cech 6; Bellerin 7, Chambers 6
(Mertesacker 77, 7), Mavropanos 6, Kolasinac 7; Iwobi
8, Xhaka 6; Mkhitaryan 8, Wilshere 9 (Ramsey 72, 6),
Aubameyang 9; Lacazette 8 (Welbeck 72, 6). Goals:
Aubameyang 14, 75, Lacazette 45, Kolasinac 54,
Iwobi 64. REMAINING GAMES: Leicester (a) Wed PL;
Huddersfield (a) Sun PL.
BURNLEY (4-4-2): Pope 7; Lowton 6, Long 6, Tarkowski
6, Ward 5; Lennon 5 (Nkoudou 71 6), Westwood 5,
Cork 6, Gudmundsson 5 (Wells 89, 6); Hendrick 6;
Barnes 6 (Vokes 22, 6). Booked: Tarkowski.
REMAINING GAME: Bournemouth (h) Sun PL.
Referee: A Marriner (West Midlands).
TOUCHING FAREWELL: Wenger
greets fans and, below, receives
the ‘Invincibles’ trophy from club
legends Pat Rice and Bob Wilson
It’s so
trying
for Wes
LEICESTER
WEST HAM
0
2
By Tim Nash
LEICESTER captain
Wes Morgan claims the
players are trying to
implement manager
Claude Puel’s ideas but
this half-hearted display
suggested disharmony
in the ranks.
Defeat made it four
wins in 19 games and
their so-called lap of
appreciation looked as
committed as their
milky display, in stark
contrast to the wild
celebrations that
greeted their shock
title win two years ago.
Players came out in
dribs and drabs and
there were boos for
Puel, who it seems is
unpopular with players
and fans alike.
Stories have
circulated about unrest
in the dressing room at
Puel’s methods. But
Morgan says player
power is not at work.
“We have no control
over what upstairs, the
board, chairman,
whoever is in charge,
wants to do,” he said.
“Basically we go out
there and implement
the manager’s ideas and
that is all we can do.”
Joao Mario got West
Ham’s first and Mark
Noble sealed their first
win in five with a
25-yarder he described
as the best of his career
as any threat of
relegation disappeared.
REMAINING GAMES – Leicester:
Arsenal (h) Weds PL; Tottenham
(a) Sun PL. West Ham: Man Utd
(h) Thurs PL; Everton (h) Sun PL.
Rafa in
a hurry
WATFORD
NEWCASTLE
GUARD OF
HONOUR:
The teams
line up to
applaud as
Wenger
walks out
onto the
Emirates
pitch
53
2
1
RAFA BENITEZ has
thrown down the
gauntlet to Newcastle.
Watford made
certain of survival when
Ayoze Perez’s fourth
goal in six games failed
to spark a comeback
following strikes by
Roberto Pereyra and
Andre Gray.
But all the talk was
that Benitez could
replace Claude Puel
at Leicester if the
Frenchman is sacked.
Asked if there would
come a point in the
summer when his
future would need
sorting, Benitez said:
“Maybe before the
summer. What needs
to happen for us to be
successful? We need
to do the right things.
The right things means
to clarify ambitions.”
REMAINING GAMES – Watford:
Man Utd (a) Sun PL. Newcastle:
Tottenham (a) Wed PL; Chelsea
(h) Sun PL.
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FOOTBALL: FOOTBALL UNITED FOR FERGUSON
Peerless
JOB DONE: Team City
enjoy the moment as
new champions
Richard
TANNER
REPORTS
PEP GUARDIOLA finally got his
hands on the Premier League
trophy at the Etihad yesterday
but it was opposite number
By 9pt
Byline
David
Wagner
who came away by
far the happier manager.
A most unlikely point against
champions looking to rewrite the
Premier League record book on
points, wins and goals scored was
thoroughly deserved.
It could just be enough to keep
the team with the division’s
lowest budget in the top flight.
The scenes of celebration
among the Huddersfield players
at the final whistle – and the
heartfelt congratulations from
Guardiola to his counterpart –
reflected that fact.
Survival is in Huddersfield’s
own hands as they need two points
from their final two games, away
at Chelsea on Wednesday and at
home to Arsenal on Sunday.
“This was on the same level as
the win over Manchester United
– a clean sheet and point,” said
Wagner, below. “We’ll need more.
And
we’ll
recover
before
preparing for Chelsea. We can’t
rely on anyone.
“Everyone
who
supports
Huddersfield Town knows that
the impossible is possible.
This looked impossible
today but the players
have done it.”
But this was City’s
party. After a delay
while
supporters
were cleared from
the field, Shauna
Miller, a 20-year-old
member
of
City’s
football
in
the
community scheme, had
the honour of presenting
Vincent Kompany with the
Premier League trophy.
There was also a nice nod to
the club’s past when players from
City’s glorious 1968 title winners
– Colin Bell, Francis Lee and
Mike Summerbee to the fore –
were introduced. There was even
a roll call for Stan Bowles, a
little-used member of that
City squad before finding
fame with QPR, who
battled poor health
to be here. But
Happiest man
at Etihad was
…Mr Wagner
MANCHESTER CITY
HUDDERSFIELD
0
0
By Ian Whittell
this is a very different club to that
City and the Premier League a
very different animal to the First
Division of 50 years ago.
Not that Wagner’s side could
have been accused of showing
the champions too much respect
once the game kicked off.
City dominated possession
but their opponents
were surprisingly more
dangerous on the
break.
That saw Florent
Hadergjonaj
waste
an
early
chance,
shooting straight at
Ederson, and City’s
Brazilian
goalkeeper
diving to save well from
Alex Pritchard.
Inevitably there were chances
for City, who came into yesterday’s
game having been held scoreless
just once in the league this
season, in a draw at Crystal
Palace on New Year’s Eve.
David Silva looked certain to
score when clean through after
just five minutes, only to be
denied by Jonas Lossl,
and the visiting
goalkeeper also
saved
well
when Kevin De Bruyne drove a
left-footer into his chest.
In a late City charge Bernardo
Silva and Benjamin Mendy
threatened from distance but
there might have been injurytime drama when Huddersfield
substitute
Scott
Malone
dispossessed Silva and advanced
before
driving
straight
at
Emerson.
Guardiola said: “We cannot
deny, it would be nice to set
records but it’s nicer when you
win the Premier League.
“I’m so satisfied but the game
showed
me
how
difficult
everything is. They came here,
played defensively perfect, so a
lot of credit to them.”
MAN CITY (4-3-3): Ederson 6; Walker 5,
Otamendi 6, Stones 6 (B Silva 72, 6), Delph 7
(Mendy 56, 6); De Bruyne 6 (Gundogan 67, 6),
Fernandinho 6, D Silva 6; Sterling 7, Jesus 6,
Sane 7. REMAINING GAMES: Brighton (h) Wed
PL; Southampton (a) Sun PL.
HUDDERSFIELD (3-5-1-1): Lossl 8; Zanka 6,
Schindler 9, Kongolo 7; Smith 7, Hadergjonaj 7,
Hogg 6, Mooy 8, Lowe 7 (Malone
77, 6); Pritchard 7 (Van La
Parra 81); Mounie 5
(Depoitre 59, 7). Booked:
Smith, Lowe, Van La
Parra. REMAINING
GAMES: Chelsea (a)
Wed PL; Arsenal (h)
Sun PL.
Referee: M Dean
(Wirral).
SIR ALEX FERGUSON set
the bar so high over such a
long period of time it looks
virtually impossible for any
manager to match him. It is
a legacy which has made him
the standard-bearer for the
modern era, and beyond.
It began with brief spells at East
Stirling and St Mirren, then there
were the nine years in charge of
Aberdeen before 27 seasons at
Manchester United.
In total, staggeringly, he won
49 trophies, was made a CBE, received
a knighthood for his services to
football and had a statue erected at
Old Trafford where the giant North
Stand has been named after him.
But his football story is about so
much more than the champagne and
glory moments.
It is a story with chapter after
chapter telling the tales of Fergie’s
appetite for hard graft, no matter his
age, no matter the time of year, from
freezing cold mornings at 7am to long
evenings scouting for players or
watching opponents. He was first in
at United’s training ground and often
last out.
Hard work and loyalty are the
qualities he inherited from his father
and were nurtured by working as
an apprentice toolmaker in the
shipyards on the Clyde in his native
Glasgow before he became a
professional player. He was also trade
union shop steward prepared to fight
for his fellow workers’ rights.
Skills
of
leadership,
manmanagement and negotiating in the
real world helped enormously in his
managerial career, a career which
ended five years ago but remains the
benchmark for whoever takes on a
job in the Premier League.
Will anyone ever match Fergie’s
one-club record of 38 trophies at
United? It is more likely that a
manager’s lifespan at a club is
27 months, not 27 seasons.
But Ferguson was the man who
proved that the lack of instant
success does not mean failure, that
faith in the man in charge can turn a
club around spectacularly.
At Aberdeen, Fergie broke the
stranglehold Celtic and Rangers
had on Scottish football but also,
improbably, brought them a European
Cup Winners’ Cup, beating the might
of Real Madrid in the final in1983.
At United, after three and a half
years of no success,
he
turned
an
under-achieving
giant of a
club into the global colossus it is
now – the high point being the historic
Treble of Champions League, Premier
League and FA Cup in 1999.
But while the amount of honours is
tangible proof of his managerial
ability it merely scratches at the
surface of Sir Alex’s legacy.
The style and swagger of his teams,
the never-say-die attitude that saw
them score those unforgettable two
goals in added time in the Nou Camp
to break Bayern Munich’s hearts, lift
Europe’s top club prize and give the
club its finest hour.
Ferguson
overhauled
United’s
youth development system to ensure
an assembly line of young talent for
the first team. Everyone remembers
‘You think he
HIGH TIME:
Guardiola
is hoisted
aloft as the
party begins
PREMIER LEAGUE RELEGATION BATTLE – PAGE 51
He turned
United into a
global colossus
FROM BACK PAGE
FRIENDS REUNITED:
The great rivals
last Sunday
shape and he looked very
happy. I wish him well and to
recover very quickly.”
Ferguson’s former No2
Brian Kidd, now a member of
Pep Guardiola’s coaching staff
at Manchester City, said: “You
think Sir Alex is indestructible,
we’ve all been brought up with
him. What he did for United
was unreal and the pressure
he was under every day to
FOOTBALL: FOOTBALL UNITED FOR FERGUSON
Daily Express Monday May 7 2018
career built on graft
GLORY DAYS:
Sir Alex
celebrates
triumph in the
Champions
League with
United in 1999
and, right, lifts
the Premier
League trophy
for the last
time in 2013
and, below,
the first time
in 1993
the ‘Class of 92’ of David Beckham,
Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt
and the Neville brothers, who came
through to play a huge part in
United’s success over a two-decade
spell when they lifted the
Premier League 13 times
in its first 21 seasons
while, remarkably, never
finishing lower than third.
But apart from the
spectacular achievements
of that famed sextet, Sir
Alex launched hundreds
of other young players into
the game, most of whom did not make
the grade at Old Trafford but used his
influence and encouragement to forge
flourishing careers at other clubs
while also enriching their personal
lives. And you only have to survey the
list of his former players who went on
to become managers and coaches to
underline the influence he has had on
modern football.
He
has
always
encouraged players to
take
their
coaching
qualifications while they
were still playing. Many a
manager – whether he
played for Sir Alex or not
– has a tale to tell about
how they plucked up the
courage to phone him to ask him for
advice.
One of his favourite sayings was
“don’t go looking for trouble in
His teams
had style and
swagger
football because you’ll soon be
confronted by it anyway”.
The respect and admiration for
Sir Alex has been reflected in the
hundreds of messages of support
from around the football world since
the shock news of him suffering a
brain haemorrhage.
Both Jose Mourinho and Pep
Guardiola – the two most successful
managers in the current game – admit
that they are highly unlikely to
overtake Sir Alex’s total of trophies
as a manager because neither of them
can imagine having the same
longevity – not to mention the drive
and enthusiasm – he had at Old
Trafford, where he managed until he
was nearly 72.
is indestructible, we’ve been brought up with him’
produce. It’s phenomenal. You
know him, you lads [the media]
have had your run-ins with him
but you know where he’s
coming from, he wears
his heart on his sleeve.
“The opportunity he gave me,
I’m always indebted to him.”
Guardiola, whose Barcelona
team beat Ferguson’s United in
the Champions League finals of
2009 and 2011, said: “All the
City fans, you cannot find one
person who does not wish the
best for an amazing person.
“I was delighted to have
dinner with him two weeks ago.”
Former United captain Bryan
Robson said: “It did come as a
big shock. But from what I’ve
heard the operation went well,
so hopefully the boss will have
a full recovery.
“Everybody respects him
highly for what he did in the
game. Everyone thinks it was all
this ‘hairdryer’ but the boss
enjoys a good time, really
enjoys his racing and is good
company. Ron Atkinson
brought me to Manchester
United but the boss had a big
influence on me – and that
prolonged my career.”
Messages came from around
the world, with the great Pele
taking to Twitter with his good
wishes. The 77-year-old wrote:
“I woke up to hear that Sir Alex
Ferguson is in hospital. A Man
Utd man through and through.
Get well soon, Sir Alex.”
Chelsea manager Antonio
Conte and Liverpool counterpart
Jurgen Klopp sent their best
wishes after the Blues’ 1-0 win
at Stamford Bridge yesterday.
Conte said: “I am very sad.
He’s not a normal person.”
Klopp said: “I met Sir Alex
after the first game against
Roma. He passed my way. I had
a few words with him. When I
heard it yesterday on the way
to London I really couldn’t
believe it. It can happen to
all of us.”
United tweeted last night:
“Manchester United would like
to thank the wider football
world for the messages of
support following the news that
Sir Alex Ferguson underwent
emergency surgery.”
SEE NEWS: PAGES 4-5
KIDD: Debt of gratitude
55
56
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WARNOCK UP FOR TOP FLIGHT
CARDIFF CITY fans covered every blade of
grass on their pitch as fireworks greeted
the Bluebirds’ return to the Premier
League – a result that marked manager
Neil Warnock’s record eighth
promotion.
Four years after they were
relegated from the top flight, a
goalless draw with Reading yesterday was
enough to keep Cardiff in front of Fulham,
whose 3-1 defeat at Birmingham
By Matthew Dunn
consigned them to the play-offs. And while
Warnock has talked about getting back to
the Premier League before quitting, the
69-year-old is already looking forward to
next season.
“I have got to stay here for the club,” he
said. “I saw stories this morning that
Vincent Tan might be selling the club – as
quickly as the club has developed, it could
go the other way and I am not going to
let that happen after what I have done in
18 months.”
Club owner Tan was unavailable for
comment about a potential sale but, after
being kissed and carried aloft by
spectators, spoke briefly pitch-side.
“Neil did a great job,” Tan said. “I’m
most pleased. It was an easy decision to
appoint him.”
FINAL-DAY UPS AND DOWNS: PAGES 48-49
FOOTBALL
UNITED
Pep: Now
it’ll really
get tough
PEP GUARDIOLA was all smiles
as he lifted the Premier League
trophy at the Etihad yesterday
but admitted their title defence
will be much tougher.
A 0-0 draw with Huddersfield
did not take the gloss off
Manchester City’s glory after
their amazing season.
“I feel so comfortable here, we
feel we are loved. It’s nice. It’s a
club with not a long tradition but
in six or seven years, three
Premier Leagues is not bad and
to win it the way we did, that’s
why we are so satisfied,” said the
City manager. “But next season
will be tougher, they’ll all want to
beat us and we have to be
focused. We have to understand
how difficult it will be.”
MATCH REPORT: PAGE 54
Outpouring of support
as game stands by
seriously ill Ferguson
ARSENE WENGER last
night led the messages
of support to Sir Alex
Ferguson as the football
world prayed for him.
Wenger broke off from the
celebrations at his final home
game as Arsenal manager to
wish Ferguson a speedy and
full recovery after the shock
news the former Manchester
United boss had undergone
surgery following a brain
haemorrhage.
Ferguson, 76, is seriously ill
after collapsing at home on
Friday. He is in intensive
care in a Salford hospital
surrounded by wife Cathy
and family. Less than a week
By Richard Tanner
earlier he had made
a presentation
to Wenger to
commemorate
his final visit
to Old
Trafford and
his erstwhile
rival said
after the
Gunners’
5-0 win over
Burnley: “I
would like to
send my best
wishes to my fellow
manager. I was with him last
week and he looked in perfect
TURN TO PAGE 54, COLUMN 5
SKY HIGH: Pep
Guardiola raises
the trophy
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