PayPal will host a panel on gender equality next Wednesday to discuss “gender equality and inclusion in the workplace”. The panel will be all male.
There are more timely polls of California’s Republican presidential primary, and certainly surveys that are more statistically representative.
The Magpies may need a new manager if Rafa Benitez leaves at the end of the season.
The Portuguese has signed an extension with the Championship side.
Leicester City host Swansea City this weekend.
A US official handed out a pass marked “White House Press Pool”. A US official guided the press into the Locarno Room. A 7ft 6in lantern-jawed CIA operative with thin, ice-blue eyes hovered by the lecterns. There is some corner of the Foreign Office that is, if not forever, at least temporarily, American.
The shadow chancellor has accused Boris Johnson of dog-whistle racism for writing an article in which the London mayor quoted claims that Barack Obama’s “part-Kenyan” heritage had driven him towards anti-British sentiment.
Barack Obama has warned that the UK would be at the “back of the queue” in any trade deal with the US if the country chose to leave the EU, as he made an emotional plea to Britons to vote for staying in.
The Manchester City playmaker was responding to questions from fans on the club’s media channel.
Fifa will have to consider the future of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar if its record on the treatment of migrant workers does not improve within 12 months, according to the Harvard professor who has authored an independent report commissioned by world football’s governing body into its human rights responsibilities.
Twenty six and counting.
It is Tuesday 27 June, five days after Britain has voted to leave the European Union.