Furious Theresa May freezes Brexit talks after humiliation in Salzburg — and demands Brussels make her an offer in bombshell speech

Furious Theresa May freezes Brexit talks after humiliation in Salzburg — and demands Brussels make her an offer in bombshell speech

In a ­dramatic retaliation to her Salzburg humiliation, the Prime Minister blasted Brussels for a lack of “respect” and making the “fundamental mistake” of underestimating her resolve to keep her Chequers deal alive. Mrs May made a rare live address from No10’s state…

Key defender may be key for Martin, says Pie

Key defender may be key for Martin, says Pie

The last time Collingwood played Richmond, a grappling Levi Greenwood drove Dustin Martin to distraction, to the point that an infuriated Martin lost concentration for a time and gave away a foolish 50-metre penalty. But while Greenwood’s smothering attention reduced Martin’s midfield…

Theresa May blasts Jeremy Corbyn for 'making his party racist' – saying anti-Semitism crisis means he must never be PM

Theresa May blasts Jeremy Corbyn for 'making his party racist' – saying anti-Semitism crisis means he must never be PM

The PM shrugged off questions over her leadership as she turned her fire on the leftie boss in the House of Commons. Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Mrs May reeled off a list of the scandals affecting Labour under Mr Corbyn –…

May shrugs off leadership threat from Boris Johnson

May shrugs off leadership threat from Boris Johnson

May shrugs off leadership threat from Boris Johnson vowing she WILL fight the next election May insisted today she was in the job for the ‘long term’ amid Tory infighting  Speculation has been rife Boris Johnson could challenge for No 10 over…

New swim system may be key to Dolphins’ bid to topple US

New swim system may be key to Dolphins’ bid to topple US

The introduction of a new analysis system in Adelaide may prove the difference in Australia's bid to become the world's No.1 swimming nation at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Australian head coach Jacco Verhaeren says he is excited by the potential of the…

Cricket Australia may look beyond the boundary for new chief

Cricket Australia may look beyond the boundary for new chief

Cricket Australia is considering looking outside the game for its next chief executive as it narrows the list of contenders to replace departing boss James Sutherland. Australian Grand Prix Corporation chairman John Harnden has emerged as a challenger to early favourite Kevin…

May has been consumed by ‘the forces of darkness’

May has been consumed by ‘the forces of darkness’

May has been consumed by ‘the forces of darkness’: Tory rebel Anna Soubry claims hard-Brexiteers like Jacob Rees-Mogg are ‘now running Theresa’ 61-year-old MP says she has been threatened and called a ‘traitor’  Soubry blasts Johnson’s ‘willy-waving’ as he makes light of Brexit…

Australian terrorist Neil Prakash may go free from Turkish court

Australian terrorist Neil Prakash may go free from Turkish court

Canberra: Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop has expressed disappointment at a Turkish court's decision to reject the extradition of Australian terrorist Neil Prakash. The Islamic State jihadist and recruiter could now be freed from Turkish custody if the court determines he isn't…

Agassi may coach again, but unsure on Kyrgios

Agassi may coach again, but unsure on Kyrgios

Eight-time grand slam champion Andre Agassi is open to a return to coaching despite the challenges he faced in the role while guiding Serbia's Novak Djokovic last year. Agassi took on his first coaching role last May, when he joined Djokovic's team…

Theresa May should take an axe to bloated foreign aid budget before hiking fuel duty, furious MPs warn

Theresa May should take an axe to bloated foreign aid budget before hiking fuel duty, furious MPs warn

Campaigner Rob Halfon said a fuel duty hike to pay for the Government’s £20billion NHS boost would be “absolute madness” after the Treasury refused to rule out the shock move. Challenged directly about rumours of a duty hike in the Commons, Treasury…

Oates may leave Brisbane for back-row spot

Oates may leave Brisbane for back-row spot

As a winger, Corey Oates reckons he makes a pretty good back-rower. And even his recall on Queensland's left wing for July 11's State of Origin game three hasn't changed his mind. Corey Oates in action for the Broncos earlier this year….

Theresa May risks new row with Donald Trump ahead of visit to UK by suggesting his immigration policy is inhumane

Theresa May risks new row with Donald Trump ahead of visit to UK by suggesting his immigration policy is inhumane

The comments were made in the wake of reports hundreds of children were being kept in cages by the US border patrol following the President's “zero-tolerance” crackdown on illegal immigration. The Prime Minister's official spokesman pointedly noted that the UK's own immigration…

Theresa May says 'I will always regret' not meeting Grenfell families and admits her handling of the tragedy was ‘not good enough’

Theresa May says 'I will always regret' not meeting Grenfell families and admits her handling of the tragedy was ‘not good enough’

As Number 10 agrees to turn green to mark the one-year anniversary of the deadly blaze in West London, the Prime Minister said it has “taken too long” to re-house those left homeless. Writing in the Evening Standard, Mrs May said of…

Trump pardons right wing pundit, says Martha Stewart may be next

Trump pardons right wing pundit, says Martha Stewart may be next

Washington: President Donald Trump on Thursday pardoned a conservative commentator and said he was considering pardoning lifestyle maven Martha Stewart and commuting a former Illinois governor's prison sentence, prompting critics to accuse him of subverting the rule of law. Trump announced his…