- Report: Everton scare Manchester United off Idrissa Gueye - HITC May 24, 2019Report: Everton scare Manchester United off Idrissa Gueye HITCEverton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has become a target for Manchester United, but Marco S […]
- Friday's Toffee Bites: Everton U23s striker draws interest, Spanish defender linked, and more - Royal Blue Mersey May 24, 2019Friday's Toffee Bites: Everton U23s striker draws interest, Spanish defender linked, and more Royal Blue MerseyYour daily dose of Everton news a […]
- Report: Promising striker could leave Everton, Technical Director is 'following him closely' - Vitalfootball May 24, 2019Report: Promising striker could leave Everton, Technical Director is 'following him closely' VitalfootballBassala Sambou could be on his wa […]
- Report: Everton still in the hunt to sign Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka - HITC May 24, 2019Report: Everton still in the hunt to sign Crystal Palace's Aaron Wan-Bissaka HITCEverton boss Marco Silva is said to want to bring a right-back […]
- Danny Mills plays down Leeds United's hopes of signing Fabian Delph amid links, suggests Everton as possible move - HITC May 24, 2019Danny Mills plays down Leeds United's hopes of signing Fabian Delph amid links, suggests Everton as possible move HITCLeeds United are reportedl […]
- Wellbeing should replace growth as 'main aim of UK spending' May 23, 2019Ex-civil service chief says spending review opportunity to focus on health and happinessPersonal wellbeing rather than economic growth should be the primary aim of government spending, according to a report by the former head of the civil service and politicians.Launching a report urging a sea change in thinking from ministers, Gus O’Donnell, who served as […]Richard Partington
- English test students may have been wrongly accused, says watchdog May 23, 2019Home Office ‘did not have the expertise’ to check data used to accuse students of cheatingThe student accused by UK of cheating at EnglishA government watchdog has criticised the Home Office for failing to protect students wrongly accused of cheating in an English language test that they were required to sit as part of a […]Amelia Gentleman
- Uber to launch Jump bike hire scheme in Islington borough May 23, 2019Ride-hailing company hopes to expand to other London boroughs if local trial goes wellUber is to launch its electric bike hire scheme in the UK, trialling Jump bikes in London through its app.The global ride-hailing firm will be battling with Lime for the e-bike market, after the retreat of dockless bicycle firms from the UK. […]Gwyn Topham, transport correspondent
- Petrol bombs thrown at police near Derry polling station May 23, 2019Three arrested after attack on officers called to suspect device that was ‘elaborate hoax’Police have been attacked with petrol bombs during “orchestrated disorder” near a polling station in Northern Ireland.They attended a security alert involving a suspicious device close to a school in Derry being used for the European election vote when they were targeted. […]Press Association
- Labour pledges to put climate emergency on school curriculum May 23, 2019Angela Rayner says a Labour government would make it a core element at primary schoolLabour has pledged to make the global climate emergency a core element of the school curriculum from primary school onwards, in response to demands by young people taking part in a series of school climate strikes.As young activists around the world […]Sally Weale Education correspondent
- Theme park in Tennessee turns Princess Diana's death into a tasteless attraction May 24, 2019The National Enquirer Live! in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, has turned Princess Diana's last moments before her death into a tasteless attraction.
- Julian Assange is hit with 17 new charges for conspiring with Chelsea Manning May 24, 2019Julian Assange has been charged with 18 additional criminal charges by the US government.
- British hen party-goer, 28, is arrested in Majorca after ‘throwing a glass at a Spanish girl' May 24, 2019Jodie Gumbley, 28, from Bradford, flew to the popular Spanish island with friends for a hen party just weeks after a double mastectomy.
- Council rules anyone who identifies as female can swim in Hampstead Heath women-only pond May 24, 2019Transgender bathers have been given full access to use Hampstead Heath's Ladies' Pond. Women previously dressed as men to swim in the nearby men-only pool in protest
- Virtual reality can help spot Alzheimer's disease, research finds May 24, 2019Research from the University of Cambridge shows the new method can accurately distinguish Alzheimer’s in people with memory problems 90 per cent of the time.
Tottenham fans singing about City at the Spurs vs Everton final home game of the season at the new stadium.