SA Super Rugby preview: The centres

Rob Houwing, Sport24 chief writer Cape Town – In the second of a six-part examination of the South African teams’ resources for Super Rugby 2018, Rob Houwing studies the various midfields … also providing a score out of 10 in each instance for expected level of health in the department. READ: SA Super Rugby preview: […]
Theresa May has rejected international development minister Lord Michael Bates’ resignation hours after he dramatically quit at the despatch box. Lord Bates told peers he was “offering his resignation” to the Prime Minister after saying he was “thoroughly ashamed for failing to be in his place to respond to a question from a peer”. Mrs […]
  • February 1, 2018
Hannah Kuchler in London February 1, 2018 Facebook said users had spent millions of hours less on the platform in the final months of last year and North American daily active users had declined for the first time, even before it made the radical changes it believes will encourage a focus on “meaningful connections” rather than […]
  • February 1, 2018
By Hugo Duncan for the Daily Mail Published: 17:06 EST, 31 January 2018 | Updated: 17:36 EST, 31 January 2018 Wall Street clocked up its longest winning streak for nearly 60 years last night as investors cheered Donald Trump’s pro-business blueprint for the world’s biggest economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 146.2 points to […]
  • February 1, 2018
Cat Rutter Pooley in London January 31, 2018 The eurozone unemployment rate held steady at 8.7 per cent in December, remaining at the lowest level since January 2009. Although the jobless rate remains highest in Greece, the Hellenic Republic has seen the biggest fall over the past year. Unemployment in the country stood at 20.7 […]
  • January 31, 2018
World Turkey’s attack on a prized US ally in the Kurdish enclave of Afrin in north-western Syria has opened a new front in Syria’s seven-year-old civil war and highlights the depths to which Ankara’s relations with the US have sunk. Andrew England discusses the implications for Syria, the Kurds, Turkey and the west with Laura […]
  • January 31, 2018
The central reason for setting up the £100 million national child abuse inquiry was called into doubt by its own lawyers  as it ruled out investigating lurid claims of a Westminster paedophile ring made by fantasists. The inquiry also announced that people making accusations of child sex abuse against politicians and other VIPs will routinely […]
  • January 31, 2018
By City & Finance Reporter for the Daily Mail Published: 17:38 EST, 30 January 2018 | Updated: 17:38 EST, 30 January 2018 Vegan and gluten-free haggis helped lift sales at Waitrose by 0.7pc last week BURNS NOTICE Vegan and gluten-free haggis helped lift sales at Waitrose by 0.7 per cent last week as Burns Night […]
  • January 31, 2018
Laura Hughes, Political Correspondent January 31, 2018 MPs have voted in favour of moving out of the Houses of Parliament for six years to allow a restoration project that will cost at least £4bn. A vote calling for a “full and timely decant” of MPs and peers while work is carried out on the building […]
  • January 31, 2018
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