Phil Thompson says that Preston North End goalkeeper Chris Kirkland rates Sunderland youngster Jordan Pickford highly.
Apple started 2016 with the boast that its App Store customers had spent more than $1.1bn on apps and in-app purchases over the Christmas period, including $144m on New Year’s Day alone.
Silicon Valley is now an open combatant in the war against Islamic extremism.
Labour no longer has a policy in favour of renewing Trident nuclear submarines because it is under review, a party aide has said.
A disproportionate number of Labour members who have joined since the 2015 general election are “high-status city dwellers” pursuing well-paid jobs, according to internal party data.
David Cameron is close to a deal to curb rights of EU migrants to send benefits abroad, which is set to be included in a package of labour market reforms that the European commission is hoping to publish in early March.
Novak Djokovic has vehemently denied allegations in an Italian newspaper he had deliberately lost a match against the French player Fabrice Santoro at the Paris Masters in 2007.
This time last month stock markets were starting an end-of-year rally, cheerfully regarding the US Federal Reserve’s small increase in interest rates as evidence of the underlying strength of the global economy. Now, says William White, former chief economist of the Bank for International Settlements, the situation is as bad as in 2007, the onset of the banking crash.
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A former Royal Bank of Scotland bond trader pleaded guilty to lying to customers in order to get them to pay higher prices as the U.S. continues probing tactics used in the market for complex debt -- undaunted by an appeals court’s rejection of a key conviction.
UBS has beefed up compliance for its Australian business after the country’s securities regulator ruled the bank’s controls covering its research department were inadequate.