A group of Manchester United supporters stepped up their protests against the Glazer family with a flyover before their first game of the new Premier League season. The Glazers Out Movement, which has led an online campaign against the club’s owners this summer, flew a banner reading “#GlazersOut” over Old …Read More »
Six months before the 2019 Women’s World Cup, referees were called to a Fifa conference and told they would be using Video Assistant Referee technology. It turns out six months is not enough time to make wholesale changes to the officiating of a major tournament; the referees returned to their different domestic leagues, almost none …Read More »
Hundreds of fish were filmed apparently leaping out of a lake as they were given a huge electricity jolt. Wildlife officials in Kentucky stunned the Asian carp, which are considered an invasive species, to carry out a study on them and protect native fish stocks. Stunning temporarily shocks them. We’ll …Read More »
Boeing 737 Max: What happened, what is the effect of the grounding and when might the plane fly again?
The Boeing 737 Max has been grounded worldwide since March 2019 following two fatal accidents that involved the plane’s anti-stall system. These are key issues. How significant is the Boeing 737? We’ll tell you what’s true. You can form your own view. From 15p €0.18 $0.18 USD 0.27 a day, …Read More »
After Boeing announced a $3.4bn (£2.7bn) second-quarter loss as a result of the 737 Max grounding, the manufacturer’s boss has outlined plans for the plane’s return to the skies. But what needs to happen before the aircraft re-enters service? Here is everything you need to know. The tragic events that led to …Read More »