Club reaches agreement with Everton for permanent transferRooney says US move ‘fulfills another career ambition for me’32-year-old expected to debut on 14 July against VancouverWayne Rooney’s dream return to boyhood club Everton is over after one season following the 32-year-old’s move to Major League Soccer side DC United. England’s record goalscorer rejoined the Toffees after 13 years at Manchester United, where he is also the all-time leading scorer, last summer but has left just 12 months later for a new challenge in the United States. Continue reading…
The top US court’s Anthony Kennedy, the second oldest justice at 81, says he will retire in July.
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Labour leader says PM has ‘ample reasons’ to withdraw invitation to US presidentTheresa May has “ample reasons” to cancel Donald Trump’s visit to the UK next month, Jeremy Corbyn has said.The Labour leader said the escalating trade dispute between US and the EU, as well as the US treatment of child migrant detainees separated from their parents, were reasons enough to rescind the invitation to the US president. Continue reading…
Parody of Chinese president covered human rights abuses and memes comparing Xi’s figure with Winnie the PoohThe British comedian John Oliver has been scrubbed from China’s version of Twitter after the host of Last Week Tonight ran a 20-minute segment satirising Chinese president Xi Jinping.New posts mentioning his name or the show have been blocked on the microblogging site Weibo. Continue reading…
Property companies advertising their proximity to Facebook’s campus are giving low-income residents a choice: pay a huge rent increase or move outSandra Zamora is quitting Facebook. Not because of Russian election interference, misuse of personal data or any of the social network’s other scandals. For the 29-year-old, it’s personal: Facebook is her neighbor, and the company’s presence, she said, is wreaking havoc on her community. Continue reading…
Duchess of Sussex’s father reveals son-in-law’s thoughts on US president and BrexitPrince Harry called for Donald Trump to be “given a chance” his father-in-law has revealed in his first broadcast interview.Thomas Markle told ITV’s Good Morning Britain that he was angry about something Trump had done when he spoke by phone to Harry for the first time last year. Continue reading…