Why abolishing Olympics anti-protest rule could do more harm than good

The upcoming Rio de Janeiro Olympics has been plagued with bad press that could deter travellers.

The Games are meant to be a neutral space where we set aside the issues that divide us, writes former Canadian Olympian Jasmine Mian. CBC | Sports News More...

MLS returns to action after poignant moment of silence to protest racial injustice

Players of MLS teams participate in a Black Lives Matter pre-game ceremony before the match between Orlando City and Inter Miami on Wednesday, which kicked off the MLS is Back tournament.

Nearly 200 players took the field for an 8-minute, 46-second moment of silence to protest racial injustice before Major League Soccer’s return More...

Indigenous team names are under fire again — but this time feels different

Cleveland's baseball team has signalled it's ready for a name change.

Wednesday’s edition of CBC Sports’ daily newsletter, The Buzzer, features the pressure on pro sports teams with Indigenous nicknames, plus More...

Google bans 11 more Android apps and not deleting them from your phone could prove costly

GOOGLE has just banned another 11 popular apps from its Play Store after it was discovered they could be signing unsuspecting users up to expensive premium rate services. Daily More...

Broadband boost: thousands more people will enjoy superfast fibre internet upgrade

THOUSANDS more broadband users could be set for a colossal speed boost in the coming months. Here are the 94 villages and towns that’ll get the upgrade to fibre. Daily More...

Pension warning amid fears Britons could be coerced to opt out or reduce payments

PENSION contributions through workplace arrangements are often seen as a sure fire way to ensure people have more financial More...

Universal Credit: Does a tax rebate affect Universal Credit?

UNIVERSAL CREDIT is a Government benefit which you can receive depending on your household income. So does a tax More...

John Lewis is closing more UK stores: Full list of shops to close

JOHN LEWIS will shut eight stores across the UK in latest news. Daily Express :: Life...

Weight loss: James Martin shed five stone in two months by making one change

JAMES MARTIN is a TV chef who has been through a weight loss transformation over the...

Asda: Cheapest ‘big four’ supermarket for a trolley full of groceries

ASDA has been revealed to be the cheapest out of the ‘big four’ supermarkets for a...

Rolls-Royce on brink: Stark warning to bosses ahead of major job cuts revealed

ROLLS-ROYCE is again on the brink as the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic takes effect, months More...

FTSE 100 LIVE: US economic recovery stalls as Asian stocks grind higher

THE US economic recovery seems to be stalling as Federal Reserve officials raised fresh doubts over the durability of the US..

Novoic seeks a million volunteers to cough up and help curb Covid-19

DIGITAL health start up Novoic is calling for a million volunteers to cough up to help curb coronavirus. Daily Express ::..

Dementia symptoms: An early sign of vascular dementia to watch out for

VASCULAR dementia affects around 150,000 people in the UK, according to Alzheimer’s Society. Brain damage More...

Alzheimer’s disease: The foods that can impact brain health revealed by expert

ALZHEIMER’S disease causes symptoms including confusion, difficulty performing tasks, and memory loss, and directly affects one’s brain. When it comes to..

Bed bug bites: Unsure whether you’ve been bitten by a bed bug or flea? Here’s how to tell

BED BUG bites may seem similar to flea bites but there is one key difference. If you are unsure as to..

Downton Abbey 2: Will there be a sequel to Downton Abbey movie? Star reveals all

DOWNTON ABBEY amazed fans for year and years, and then it was made into a brilliant film – but will there..

Car insurance shock: Firms pocket £1.3billion over lockdown as claims dramatically fall

CAR INSURANCE companies have saved up to £1.3billion in lockdown after accident claims dropped by almost 70 percent during the shutdown...

Ian Blackford stumbles as BBC’s Naga Munchetty gets truth on who would pay for SNP demands

THE SNP’s Ian Blackford suffered an intense grilling from BBC Breakfast host Naga Munchetty as the Scottish politician insisted Rishi Sunak..


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