Battles In Scotland

21 Jul 19
Englishdiary英文日記百科雲端

Mark Felt Wiki: William Mark Felt Sr. (August 17, 1913 – December 18, 2008) was an American law enforcement officer who worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigation(FBI) from 1942 to 1973 and was known for his role in the Watergate scandal. Felt was an FBI special agent who eventually rose to the position of […]

21 Jul 19
Aberdeen Bugle

via https://ift.tt/2SsBKr8 SNP Pete Wishart reflects on a Scottish Affairs Committee mission to look at other countries’ battle with drugs to find out what made the biggest impact. https://ift.tt/eA8V8J

20 Jul 19
Lucian Poll's Web Ramblings

A medium strength puzzle this week, though this may be thanks to some kind wordplay and a few repeated solutions making things a little easier. Either way, you can find my completed grid below along with explanations of my solutions where I have them. I hope you find them helpful. Before we begin, some housekeeping. […]

20 Jul 19
Book Reviews And More From A Sassy Book Loving Southern Belle

*This post contains affiliate links which means I may earn a small commission if you buy a book through my link. There is no extra charge and I use these funds to feed my book addiction and keep my puppy in sweaters and toys. I only post links for books I love.* The Rebellious Red […]

20 Jul 19
Weapons and Warfare

It was readily apparent that the dawning of 1918 marked the year of the Great War. Much had changed. Germany now stood alone, as Austria-Hungary was a shambles and Ottoman Turkey had become an empty shell. But the Entente was also different from what it had been in 1914. Tsar Nicholas and his family were […]

20 Jul 19
Weapons and Warfare

RAF SE5a Hispano Suiza B4891 James McCudden 56 Squadron A Morane Parasol of No. 3 Squadron took off from Auchel for a long recco flight to Valenciennes on 15 December 1915. The crew, Second Lieutenant Charles Edward Tudor-Jones, observer, and pilot Second Lieutenant Alan Victor Hobbs, aged twenty-one, knew full well that the Fokker Eindecker […]

20 Jul 19
#FreeLatifa

A London court case could shed light on a power struggle in the Middle East … and reveal why the wife of Dubai’s Sheikh Mohammed is seeking asylum in the UK

20 Jul 19
© blogfactory

Across Europe solidarity at state level can become toxic – and give rise to isolation and intolerance when we need co-operation .  Why do we organise our collective and political behaviour around the nation and its sense of belonging? Why Italy? Why Britain? The answer is easy: it’s not the power structure that’s built on identity, […]

20 Jul 19
Newsy Today

When she started compiling her family history, Carole Davis decided to pick up where her grandmother, Maude, went. Maude spent decades traveling Michigan's back roads, searching for courthouses for documents, laundering newspapers in small town libraries, and visiting cemeteries to confirm dates of birth and death. She asked relatives, she examined family beings, scrap books […]

20 Jul 19
News Archives Uk

Following the recent signings of Conor Mclaughlin and Jordan Willis, there is clear optimism that a well-known problem area on the field will experience overdue strengthening. But is it enough? Given the suggestion made in the match against South Shields and Benfica B that Jack Ross might look back on the return to the three […]

20 Jul 19
what the log had to say

I did it again, everyone. Every time I go on Netgalley, I promise myself that I won’t request millions of books. That I’ll be restrained, maybe request just one, or two…. yeah, that never happens. So, I thought I would share with you some of the books that I requested – what they’re about, and for […]

20 Jul 19

    NINE CONQUERING REASONS TO SURRENDER Filled with action and suspense, this summer’s hottest beach read comes in the shape of Vikings! Battle-hardened and broad-chested, with arms strong enough to sweep you off your feet, these warriors are pure muscle, with shoulders built for carrying you to bed. Congratulations to the nine authors who’ve […]

20 Jul 19
The Irish Sun
LIVERPOOL and Barcelona are ready to battle it out to sign Augsburg left-back Philipp Max, according to reports. It is understood the Reds want to provide Andy Robertson with some added competition. Liverpool and Barcelona are both interested in signing Philipp Max from Augsburg this summer to provide competition at left-back The Scotland captain, 25, has been in imperious form over the last 18 months since replacing Alberto Moreno in the side. But reports suggest the Anfield club want to give him a harder run for his spot in the team, especially because Moreno was released at the end of last season. And he is thought to be available for around £18million. However, according to Sport in Spain, Barcelona are also considering a move. The Catalan giants are keen on bringing in a new full-back this summer and have identified the German as their No1 target to challenge Jordi Alba. Max, 25, was with Bayern Munich’s academy before joining Schalke, where he made the step up to the professional game before leaving in 2014 for Karlsruher. After one season, though, he joined Augsburg and is now a key figure in the side. [article-rail-topic title=”Latest transfer news” term_id=”12344″ posts_number=”8″ /] He chipped in with four goals and seven assists last season, sometimes deployed in a more-advance, left-wing role, as the club narrowly avoided relegation. However, Barcelona may instead go after Jerome Roussillon from Wolfsburg as an alternative to Real Betis star Junior Firpo, who his club value at more than £30m. The report also suggests that Barca have decided not to pursue Borussia Dortmund’s Raphael Guerreiro while Danny Rose has also been contacted but Max is the preferred choice. [bc_video video_id=”6061107612001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Barcelona launch £90m transfer bid plus two players for Neymar with PSG star desperate for return”]