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December 28, 2018 7:55 PM PDC World Darts Championship: Defending champion Rob Cross beaten by Luke Humphries

Defending champion Rob Cross was knocked out of the PDC World Championship after suffering a shock 4-2 defeat against Luke Humphries. Second seed Cross, 28, looked in control at 2-0 up but his 90th-ranked opponent found his range on the doubles and rattled off three successive sets. Humphries, 23, had the darts at 2-2 in the sixth set and missed one dart at double 78

December 28, 2018 9:23 AM Andy Murray: Briton still has pain in hip but feels better than last year

Andy Murray says he still "has some pain" in his hip, but is in a "better place" in the build-up to January's Australian Open than last year. The Scot had hip surgery in January 2018 but ended his return in September to recover fully for the 2019 campaign. "I need to play matches and see how it feels," said the 31 year old, a five-times Australian Open runner-up 58

December 22, 2018 7:50 PM ‘Isis isn’t beaten’ Second advisor quits after Trump pulls troops out of Syria

A KEY adviser to Donald Trump has quit his job in protest over the US President's decision to pull US troops out of Syria, a source familiar with the matter said on Saturday, just days after it was confirmed US defence secretary James Mattis had tendered his resignation. And Brett McGurk’s decision came less than a fortnight after he warned it would 104

December 20, 2018 4:44 PM 'EU would exterminate pensioners!' Italian reporter in SHOCK outburst after budget defeat

ITALIAN journalist Marco Travaglio claimed the European Commission would be happy to "exterminate all pensioners and the unemployed" to protect their "policies of social massacre" during a tense interview after the Italian Government appeared to reach a compromise on its proposed budget. The Italian Government and the European Commission repeatedly clashed 102

December 13, 2018 6:43 PM World War 3 fears as Turkey begins MILITARY OPERATIONS against US-backed Kurdish fighters

TURKEY will launch a new military operation in Syria against the US-backed Kurdish militia, according to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, sparking fresh fears of World War 3. “Our partners in the US led coalition are well aware of these Turkish moves because a Turkish attack against us can also impact the US efforts to defeat terrorists.” Turkey and the United 79

December 13, 2018 1:47 PM Manchester United balls: bury your hatchets – Mourinho’s team did well

That Manchester United are not all that good is clear. That they are also not all that bad is missed by people who see the badge and expect the points to follow. In the Sun’s report on United’s 2-1 Champions League defeat to Valencia, David Coverdale says finishing second in their group means United are “second rate”. By that measure so too are Liverpool 43

December 12, 2018 8:40 AM Theresa May: Will the PM be ousted as leader of the Conservative Party today? Latest odds

A VOTE of no confidence has been triggered in Theresa May, as enough Tory MPs have been sent to the chair of the 1922 Committee of Conservative backbenchers. Here are the latest odds whether Mrs May will be ousted as leader. Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence tonight as enough Tory MPs have sent letters triggering the vote. The announcement 44

December 11, 2018 1:12 PM France makes BIGGEST no-deal Brexit plans YET – 'We're very concerned'

FRANCE has stepped up its preparations for a no-deal Brexit after Theresa May delayed a vote on her controversial divorce deal in the House of Commons today. French Europe minister Nathalie Loiseau expressed concern after the Prime Minister’s actions and insisted Paris is now focused on ensuring the country is ready for Britain crashing out of the EU without 53

December 11, 2018 5:45 AM Newspaper headlines: 'Desperate' May's Brexit rescue mission

The Mail leads with Theresa May's "last-ditch mission to salvage her Brexit deal" hours after avoiding a "humiliating" defeat by deferring the MPs' vote in the Commons. It describes the "shambolic scenes" after Tuesday's vote was ditched just half an hour after Downing Street had confirmed it was going ahead. In a play on the famous remark by Margaret 215

December 10, 2018 2:24 PM Brexiteer MP reveals Theresa May's delay could be GOOD NEWS for clean hard Brexit

CONSERVATIVE Brexiteer Peter Bone has ridiculed Theresa May's decision to postpone the Brexit vote in the Commons tomorrow afternoon as "nonsense" - but he added that it could push Britain closer to a "clean Brexit". Brexiteer MP Peter Bone has mocked Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to delay the Brexit vote tomorrow. He has insisted that the delay 50