One of Britain’s closest EU allies has likened the UK’s Brexit stance to someone causing a divorce and then seeking to keep the marital home and all the assets. The unflattering comparison was drawn by Ireland’s jobs minister, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, at a cabinet subcommittee meeting last week.
“We meet tonight in a world transformed,” sighed Theresa May at the opening of her Guildhall speech. Too right, she thought to herself.
Andrews spent two seasons with Glasgow Rangers, and helped them win a league and cup double in 2005.
Frank Lampard’s two-year love affair with New York City came to an end as Monday morning came with the news that the 38-year-old English midfielder will not return to the club after his $6m contract expires next month.
It was 1975, and in his wildest imagination, Pedro Garay never dreamed he would wind up in the middle of this wild, almost surreal scenario. There he was, draped over the greatest football player to ever walk the Earth, protecting him from a horde of pitch invaders.
Two high-profile US boutique investment banks, Perella Weinberg and Tudor, Pickering, Holt and Co (TPH), have agreed a merger.
Former Rep. Barney Frank defended Dodd-Frank and called out Donald Trump and Republicans for being inconsistent.
The Everton manager, Ronald Koeman, has backed Liverpool’s title credentials and says they deserve to be top of the Premier League.
For Gareth Southgate it was the kind of result that should make everything official and dissuade the Football Association from expanding its search for a full-time manager.
With Leeds United doing well in the second-tier where are the players relegated with Leeds in 2004.
Kamil Grosicki scored a brilliant solo goal and Robert Lewandowski netted twice to give Poland a 3-0 win over Romania in a World Cup qualifier marred by crowd trouble on Friday.