The Daily Telegraph named Hasselbaink as part of its investigation into corruption in football but he'll take charge of his side against Fulham on Saturday.
Britain and its allies should accept that Bashar al-Assad’s forces are best placed to lead a ground assault against Islamic State in Syria because David Cameron’s claims about 70,000 moderate opposition forces are “exaggerated,” Boris Johnson has said.
The heads of thousands of businesses, who collectively employ nearly 100,000 people, have signed a letter in support of the Conservatives.
The Daily Telegraph has published a leader defending its coverage of the HSBC scandal in which it “makes no apology” for the paper’s decision to largely ignore the story.
The question of survival – to which there are two separate answers – pursued Ed Miliband through a dreadful week. Is he under such withering attack because (as Polly Toynbee of the Guardian put it) of ruthless “monstering by the press” – with the Mail, Telegraph and Express naturally joining the hunt?
Tony Blair’s office last night insisted the former prime minister believes Ed Miliband will win the general election following a report he has told friends that Labour is not ready to beat the Conservatives next year.