More performances like this and they will drain the reservoir of respect created in better times. By the end, they were reduced to hacking Sheffield United players to the floor, with David Burrows receiving a long overdue booking. Graeme Souness, the Liverpool manager, has his problems – not least the injuries to Barnes, McManaman, Thomas and Jones – but he was still able to deploy a team worth pounds 11m. United’s XI cost barely a tenth of that figure, and it was their free-transfer signing from Walsall, Adrian Littlejohn, who looked the liveliest player on the field and scored the decisive goal. After a run of three defeats, the Blades manager Dave Bassett had tried this week to entice the unsettled Notts County striker, Tony Agana, back to Bramall Lane on loan to see if his once fruitful partnership with Brian Deane could be re-established. Agana rejected the deal and Bassett turned instead to the year-old Littlejohn, who has made a fitful contribution since he arrived last year. It took only five minutes for him to justify his recall. Controlling a Deane flick-on just outside the box, he spotted David James off his line and calmly curled the ball into the far corner to score his first goal for United. Mark Wright, who was criticised by Graham Taylor for ‘not closing up tight’ in midweek against Spain, had difficulty keeping track of either Littlejohn or Deane. His partner, Burrows made more of an impression but of entirely the wrong kind.
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The state reported the largest single-day drop in COVID hospitalizations in three months yesterday as the total falls to 1,, down by 73, and marks the first time since July 9th it has been below There were just over new cases Thursday ,… Sadly the death count rose by Governor Edwards feels the latest metrics are showing the state is trending in the right direction in the fight against the spread of COVID The state overall has seen its daily percentage of positive tests drop below 10 percent.
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Writer, philosopher, artist, and co-founder of the Beat Generation, William S. Burroughs — who died in at the age of 83 — continues to be a vital cultural force today. The author of books like Junky , Queer , and Naked Lunch , Burroughs forged the cornerstone of a modern American cultural movement with Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and other visionary writers and artists.
His buttoned-up, three-piece exterior cloaked a dark genius that hungered for hustlers and heroin — way back in the s. On February 5, William S. Burroughs would have been 97, but his spirit undoubtedly lives on, with more about him still coming out. Burroughs and artist Malcolm McNeill.
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Murderers, gun thugs, child rapists and international drug smugglers were all jailed last year. Murderers, gun thugs, rapists, paedophiles and international drug smugglers were among the criminals jailed across Merseyside in Often victims showed tremendous courage in facing their evil tormentors in court, or fighting back against the thugs who targeted them.
Police officers spent months and, in some cases, years working tirelessly to bring these callous criminals to justice for their horrific crimes. One of the biggest gangland trials in this country’s recent history saw two underworld figures jailed for life. Mark Fellows , 38, shot and killed gangland enforcer John Kinsella while he was walking his dogs with his pregnant girlfriend in Rainhill in April The ‘Iceman’ assassin was also convicted of gunning down Salford’s ‘Mr Big’, Paul Massey , outside his home three years earlier in July Steven Boyle , 36, who acted as a ‘spotter’ for Fellows when he killed dad-of-two Kinsella, was jailed for life with a minimum of 33 years behind bars.
Boyle, of Sandy Way, Heywood, Rochdale, was cleared of any involvement in the death of dad-of-five Massey, He turned on his partner in crime and ‘grassed’ when giving evidence midway through the murder trial, saying he was “duped” by Fellows into unwittingly being part of Kinsella’s murder. There were gasps in the public gallery as he claimed he thought he was going to collect drugs money, but was passed a rucksack containing a Webley revolver.
Fellows, of Sandy Lane West in Warrington , was handed a whole life sentence for the murders.
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SIR — After centuries of persecution, Catholics have, in recent times, been able to be members of the professions and participate fully in the life of this country. Legislation for same-sex marriage, should it be enacted, will have many legal consequences, severely restricting the ability of Catholics to teach the truth about marriage in their schools, charitable institutions or places of worship. It is meaningless to argue that Catholics and others may still teach their beliefs about marriage in schools and other arenas if they are also expected to uphold the opposite view at the same time.
The natural complementarity between a man and a woman leads to marriage, seen as a lifelong partnership. This loving union — because of their physical complementarity — is open to bringing forth and nurturing children. This is what marriage is. That is why marriage is only possible between a man and a woman. Marriage, and the home, children and family life it generates, is the foundation and basic building block of our society. We urge Members of Parliament not to be afraid to reject this legislation now that its consequences are more clear.
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