Manchester United ‘will sanction January exit for Cristiano Ronaldo’

Manchester United ‘will sanction January exit for Cristiano Ronaldo’ after questions were again raised about the Portuguese’s future at the club after being left on bench in derby humiliation Man United are willing to sanction a January exit for superstar Cristiano Ronaldo The Portuguese striker wanted to leave the turbulent club in the summer But … Read more

Liz Truss says Steve Baker was ‘speaking for himself’ while Jamie Bryson explains why apology over Brexit negotiations has ‘enraged loyalists’

Steve Baker was speaking for himself when he apologised for his “ferocious” stance on negotiations with the EU, the Prime Minister has said. orthern Ireland minister and arch-Brexiteer Mr Baker said on Sunday he and others did not “always behave in a way which encouraged Ireland and the EU to trust us to accept that … Read more

Final Fantasy 14’s Naoki Yoshida Opens Up About Patch 6.2’s Success

The latest major patch for Final Fantasy XIV Online, Patch 6.2 added new quests, dungeons, and raids. The patch also added additional long-awaited chapters to some of the storylines in the MMORPG, as well as the all-new Island Sanctuary–an almost Animal Crossing-like island–for players to enjoy and explore. Following the release of Patch 6.2, GameSpot … Read more

Japan issues warning to residents after North Korea fires missile over country for first time in five years | World News

Nuclear-armed North Korea has fired a ballistic missile over Japan for the first time in five years. Residents were warned to take cover, and an alert was issued to those living in the north-east of Japan to evacuate nearby buildings as the missile flew over the country before landing in the Pacific Ocean. Trains in … Read more

Does obesity have more to do with the brain than we initially thought?

Share on PinterestObesity is a complex disease that may have environmental and genetic factors involved. ALFRED PASIEKA/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY/Getty Images Obesity is a risk factor for a number of leading causes of preventable, premature death. One-fifth of children in the United States are considered obese. New research in mice has shown that environmental and nutritional … Read more

time has come to take on European court interfering with migrant deportations

Suella Braverman will on Tuesday pledge to prevent human rights laws “interfering” with the UK’s ability to deport illegal migrants by introducing a new law barring anyone who crosses the Channel from claiming asylum in Britain.  The Home Secretary will accuse the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg of “mission creep” by “grossly expanding” … Read more