'Anyone can learn to DJ if they put their mind to it, but that’s the case with any craft'
Parliamentary debate to take place later today after, so far, over 154,300 people sign petition to save the bursary
Saturday's demonstration aims to be 'bigger and louder' than last month's as close to 151,000 people sign a petition, meaning a parliamentary debate will take place on January 11
At his best Pavel was a terrific keeper, an acrobatic entertainer and a highly vocal organiser of his rearguard, but perhaps more importantly he was a warm, open-hearted individual, accessible to the fans and generous with his time
The change makes the university one of only a handful of institutions in the country to favour welfare over pure deterrence
The two male attackers wore T-shirts saying 'Blood and Honour – England' and 'One True Saxon'
Ruhi Rahman, 23, says she has never been more proud to be a Geordie
Think Newcastle's all Geordie Shore, fake tan and excessive boozing? Think again
Manchester City 6 Newcastle United 1
Newcastle had taken a shock lead at the Etihad
The forward has attracted interest from numerous Premier League sides
Fred Talbot faces 9 charges of incident assault and one serious sexual assault
The train between Newcastle and Carlisle runs parallel to Hadrian's Wall and offers a window on some of the most spectacular scenery in England. But the 60-mile Tyne Valley Line is itself a part of history, built in the 1830s during the first era of nationwide railway expansion. Following the path of the Tyne inland from Newcastle, the line passes over two listed viaducts and through five listed stations, including Hexham, which dates to 1835, making it one of the world's oldest purpose-built railway stations.
London club set to play two games in 48 hours but they see money-spinner against South African side as the way to go
The pair bombarded Caroline Criado-Perez with offensive tweets