0 Comments Football rumours: Gareth Bale could move to Manchester United for £200m BelfastTelegraph.co.uk What the papers say: https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/premier-league/football-rumours-gareth-bale-could-move-to-manchester-united-for-200m-36952605.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/article36952598.ece/43ea9/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_3671dc18-d719-48a7-b18f-e5cefc6eb7c7_1 Email What the papers say: Speculation over the future of Gareth Bale is rife in Monday’s papers, after he hinted he may be willing to leave Real Madrid. Manchester United are said to be ready to make a £200million move for the Welshman, the Sun reports, although the 28-year-old could have concerns over Old Trafford boss Jose Mourinho and his style of play. According to the Telegraph, Bayern Munich could be a likely destination, while the Guardian says Manchester City are not interested. Liverpool will reportedly intensify their hunt for a new goalkeeper … [Read more...] about Football rumours: Gareth Bale could move to Manchester United for £200m
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A former prime minister of France has called America’s decision to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement “dangerous nonsense” as he has warned of a “race against time” to stop global warming. Laurent Fabius, a Socialist politician, warned global climate change was getting worse faster than expected and the US decision to withdraw from the accord was a “very serious blow”. Mr Fabius, who was a key player in establishing the agreement in 2015 which required nations to do their bit to combat greenhouse gases, emphasised the importance of the pact at a climate conference on Friday. He told a climate conference the withdrawal of the world's second-largest polluter set a "very bad example" to other countries wondering whether to stick to their commitments to curb greenhouse gas emissions. "President Trump's decision might not destroy the worldwide movement toward climate action but is a very … [Read more...] about Former French PM attacks US decision to withdraw from Paris Agreement amid warnings of rapid climate change
At this year's France Show in London an estate agent gave a presentation about the best places in France to move to in front of dozens who are mulling over the move. From Dordogne to the Charente and from Brittany to Normandy the agent covered all the popular places expats tend to head to. But the far north of the country, the region now known as Hauts-de-France and in particular the most northerly departments of Pas-de-Calais and Nord did not get a mention. Perhaps it's not surprising. Maybe it's considered too close to Britain, not just geographically but when it comes to the industrial landscape in parts of the north as well as the weather. (Janine Marsh with her rooster. Photo: Janine Marsh) But author Janine Marsh who has a house in the Seven Valleys area of Pas-de-Calais says more people should consider the north. "It's only 35 minutes from the UK but it's a different world," she says. "I don't know why more people don't think about this area." Marsh is the author of "My … [Read more...] about Why you really should think about moving to northern France
Can Field Day, the music festival previously held in Victoria Park in East London and summer staple of the capital, survive a move to Brockwell Park in south London, a park that killed one festival last year and whose local residents are fighting tooth and nail to reject? International events company AEG won the exclusive rights to music events in Victoria Park for five years from this summer in an open tender, forcing both Field Day and Lovebox, the two-day June and July festivals, both to seek new homes. To many, summer in London entails one or both of these two events, with Field Day in its 12th year and Lovebox in its 17th. Both festivals looked to move to Brockwell Park as their new venue, the South London space sandwiched by Herne Hill, Brixton and Tulse Hill, despite the fact the park was the graveyard for Sunfall Festival, an electronic music festival in 2016 and 2017 that has since folded. Read more Field Day announces incredible 2018 lineup Field Day, a consistent … [Read more...] about Can Field Day survive a move to south London?
For someone who took up triathlon as a way to get over a fear of swimming, Paris resident Kathryn Harrison does not like doing things by halves... and is this month running the London Marathon She is aiming to raise money for the British Charitable Fund which gives financial support to British people in France who find themselves without sufficient resources to live on.Kathryn, vice president of the Expatriés International Triathlon Club of Paris, moved to Paris from the UK in 2011 for work and lost both job and health in 2015 and became acutely aware of how vulnerable people can become with no warning.She was lucky to have the support of family and friends but knows this is not available for everyone and is pleased to back the BCF in this way.“This is both exciting and daunting in equal measure but I hope to be well prepared. The BCF mission to provide assistance to British subjects throughout France in desperate need of support, be it financial or otherwise, is … [Read more...] about Marathon run to boost funds for expat aid