Free Press Journal
  • Now, UK to invest £48m in chemical weapons defence after spy poisoning

    London : Britain will invest £48 million in a new chemical weapons defence centre and vaccinate thousands of British soldiers against anthrax, the defence minister said on Thursday after the nerve agent poisoning of a former Russian spy in Britain.

  • Arsene Wenger worried as Arsenal fans stay away

    London : Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal are struggling to win back their furious fans after thousands stayed away from the 3-0 Premier League win over Watford.

  • BBC appeals to UN over Iran harassing Persian staff

    London: The BBC on Monday said it will make an unprecedented appeal to the UN to stop Iran from harassing its Persian service staff in London and their families in Tehran. The news corporation has said that Iran has stepped up a campaign of intimidation, including threats, arrests of relatives and travel bans.

  • Chelsea revives hopes

    London : Chelsea revived its hopes for a top-four English Premier League spot with a 2-1 win over Crystal Palace at the Stamford Bridge, reassuring the team prior to its match against Barcelona in the Champions League round of 16.

  • UK deploys military in Russia spy attack probe

     London : British police requested military assistance in investigating a nerve agent attack on a former Russian double agent as speculation mounted on Friday about how London could respond if a state actor were to blame.

  • Man United got lucky admits Mourinho

    London : Jose Mourinho admitted Manchester United rode their luck as Nemanja Matic’s late thunderbolt capped a dramatic 3-2 win at Crystal Palace on Monday.

  • Far-right extremists preparing civil war on Islam in UK, says report 

    London : Far-right extremists are moving increasingly online as they prepare for what they believe is a “civil war on Islam” in Britain, according to a new report released on Friday by a UK-based anti-racism group.   Hope Not Hate, a campaign group which investigates neo-Nazi groups to combat far-right extremism, warns that the UK must be prepared for more terrorist plots and use of extreme violence from the far-right for the foreseeable

  • CPL chief warns against clash with English T20 tournament

    Although English cricket has the Twenty20 Blast involving all 18 first-class counties, ECB chiefs have long looked enviously at more ‘attractive’ franchise T20 tournaments such as the hugely lucrative Indian Premier League or Australia’s Big Bash.

  • City destroys Gunners

    Lifts English League Cup for first trophy under Guardiola era