Farage

26 May 19
Newsy Today

Eurocmara. The 10 keys to the European elections Votes on Thursday. What has the United Kingdom voted for in the European Elections? The results will be known when all schools close When tonight, almost at dawn, the results of the European elections come out, three will be the natural impulses to compose a rapid analysis. […]

26 May 19
The Scottish Sun
STEVE Clarke might look like a miserable bloke — but I bet he’ll have the Tartan Army smiling again soon. My old pal has been named the new Scotland gaffer and I couldn’t be happier for him. Clarke got the job However much I’ve criticised the hopeless SFA, I’ll give them credit for appointing the only man for the job. And now that he’s out of the daily grind of club management, I hope supporters of the national team get to see Steve’s softer side. He seems to have gained an unfair reputation for always looking a little dour. But the bloke can’t help his face. In reality, Steve is actually a good laugh and he has a great dry sense of humour. Don’t forget I’ve known him for almost 40 years after we met as youngsters while playing for St Mirren. You don’t last that long with me unless you can have a laugh because that’s part and parcel of being my mate. I’m not saying he’ll be doing stand-up anytime soon but Steve is a lot more fun that he’s given credit for. His reputation comes from the fact that he means business when he’s in the dugout. And he was the same during his playing days as a no-nonsense defender. Macca and Clarke But there’s nothing wrong with that because despite being the life and soul of the party most of the time, I was also a miserable git on the football park. I’m confident the lads in the Scotland team will love him because behind closed doors he’s a different guy. The players will be ready to run through brick walls for him after just a couple of training sessions. You only have to look at what he’s done for Kilmarnock to see what he’s going to bring to the job. He took a team teetering on the brink of relegation into Europe and was quite rightfully crowned manager of the year. I don’t know who Celtic will appoint manager but I’d have had no issues if they picked Steve. But their loss is Scotland’s gain so I’m glad I’ll still be able to back him as gaffer of the national side. And I think he will make an immediate difference when he takes charge of his first game against Cyprus on June 8. Steve Clarke could succeed Theresa May at No.10, Scotland is united again after a few days, says Tam Cowan He’ll have the players running their socks off and giving everything for their country. Any player that doesn’t give everything will learn quickly it’s not acceptable — Steve won’t miss them. But it would be disrespectful to think of him as one of the old school. He’s actually one of the most forward thinking coaches in the country and has learned from the best managers in the world such as Jose Mourinho. When he coached under Gianfranco Zola at my old club West Ham, he was doing things in training that had never been done before. So I’m sure he’ll spring a few surprises on the boys at Scotland as well. I’d urge everyone to get right behind Steve as he looks to take us to our first major tournament since the 1998 World Cup. He’s passionate about his country and I’ve no doubt he’s chomping at the bit to get his reign started with a big result. It’s easy to forget that this is the most talented Scotland team in a long time and there’s no reason we shouldn’t be aiming higher than we are. I believe in Steve . . . and so should you. No way to shake Nigel up I’M all for standing up for what you believe in but launching milkshakes at politcians is just stupid. It seems like the latest craze is throwing drinks over folk when you don’t agree with their policies. Nigel Farage was hit with a milkshake Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage was soaked with milkshake during a visit to Newcastle last week. And while I don’t care for the guy, it’s not right to throw things at people. It’s better to hurt him in the ballot booth where you can make sure he never gets what he wants. But it’s not the first time ‘milkshaking’ has happened. It used to be eggs that were flung at people during campaign events. Remember the one thrown at John Prescott a few years back — that ended pretty spectacularly with Prescott throwing a punch. But milkshaking is a new one to me. It appears to have taken off after former EDL leader Tommy Robinson had milkshake thrown over him in Warrington. I can see why it’s viewed as a funny protest by local people against the far-right candidates who are campaigning in their towns and cities. The person will be left looking embarassed and their picture will be splashed across the media. But I don’t agree with stooping to their level. It’s better to rise above it and prove that you’re the better person. Benefit can aid pandas THE pandas are back in the news again after the Scottish Government agreed a secret £2million grant to build them a new den. Sunshine and Sweetie will be living the high life in their new pad after concerns were raised over how nearby building work would affect them. The pandas are getting new digs Bosses will say that £2million isn’t a lot with what they generate for the economy at Edinburgh Zoo. And if they are able to breed, I’m sure that figure will go through the roof. But when I went to see them, they barely moved. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”76″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Maybe if they’re told about income support they’ll crack on with making a baby. Halle in the style I’M a big movie buff so can’t wait to see John Wick 3 at the cinema. The first two films were brilliant and full of action so hopefully this one lives up to the hype. Halle is in the new John Wick flick I’ve heard Halle Berry steals the show again but that’s no surprise. The 52-year-old has been at the top of her game for three decades. They’ve already announced a John Wick 4 for 2021 so the studio bosses must be confident Halle and co-star Keanu Reeves make it a blockbuster. 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26 May 19
Archy Worldys

The official results for the 28 countries of the Union will not be published until late on Sunday evening. ButThe polls over the past few days point to the high scores of far-right parties, including the National Rally of Marine Le Pen, Matteo Salvini's League in Italy and the Brexit Party of Europhobe Nigel Farage […]

26 May 19
National Post

BRUSSELS — As voters in all 28 European Union countries elect a new shared parliament , here are some key races to watch in the battle to fill the 751 seats in the European Parliament: ITALY Italy’s anti-migrant, anti-Islam interior minister, Matteo Salvini, has been campaigning hard to boost his right-wing League party to become […]

26 May 19
VOICE OF THE HWY

BRUSSELS – As voters in all 28 European Union countries elect a new shared parliament , here are some key races to watch in the battle to fill the 751 seats in the European Parliament: ITALY Italy’s anti-migrant, anti-Islam interior minister, Matteo Salvini, has been campaigning hard to boost his right-wing League party to become […]

26 May 19
David Palethorpe

It is very difficult as someone who was born, raised and is a resident in the United Kingdom to explain why it is difficult to admit that I am no longer as proud of being a British Citizen as I was perhaps only three years and definitely a decade ago. Perhaps the problem is (and […]

26 May 19
Archy Worldys

Labor's deputy leader Tom Watson said the party must fully commit to a second referendum on Brexit to win the next general election. He feared that the results of the European elections would show that voters had left the party and blamed Labor's ambiguous position for a second public vote. In The Observer he wrote: […]

26 May 19
Stabroek News

LONDON,  (Reuters) – The contest to replace Theresa May as British prime minister hotted up yesterday with seven candidates now throwing their hat into the ring, saying they would succeed where she failed by taking a deeply-divided Britain out of the European Union. May announced on Friday she was quitting over her failure to deliver […]

26 May 19
News Archives Uk

The rest, Matt Hancock, confirmed that he would run to replace Theresa May as prime minister. The Secretary of Health said this morning, "I'm running to win." Dan Charity – The Sun MP Matt Hancock is considered a Conservative Party Modernization Candidate And he added, "I believe from the heart that we need a leader […]

26 May 19
News Archives Uk

The Brexit party has alleged "evil will" that images of an older activist covered in milk shakes had been forged. During the European elections of an older Brexit party activist, which was covered with a pink substance, images spread in the social media. Former soldier Don MacNaughton, 81, told The sun He had curled up […]

26 May 19
Arcynewsy

The contest to replace Theresa May as British prime minister came on Saturday with seven candidates now throwing their hat in the ring, saying they would succeed where he failed by bringing a deeply divided Britain from the European Union. READ MORE: Theresa May can resign from the British prime minister on 7 June On […]

26 May 19
Newsy Today

Puppets with the effigy of Theresa May and Boris Johnson during an anti-Brexit protest in London on March 14, 2019. – Matt Dunham / AP / SIPA The race to succeed the British Prime Minister is open, with already six candidates in the ranks to seize power and seize the thorny issue of Brexit, the […]

26 May 19
Newsy Today

Voters are expected to vote Sunday in 21 EU countries, including France, Germany and Italy, to choose their representatives in the European Parliament, where the Eurosceptic parties should achieve a new boost according to polls. Greece, Hungary, Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania and Cyprus were the first countries to open their polling stations at 04:00 GMT. The […]