Romelu Lukaku alive on allowance Belgium to win rather than Golden Boot

Roberto Martínez believes that Romelu Lukaku is not focused on winning the Golden Boot at the World Cup finals, with the Belgium manager claiming that team success, rather than individual awards, is driving his players on in Russia. Lukaku has two goals to his name from the 3-0 victory over Panama in their opening Group …

UN condemns Trump administering for exacerbating US abjection levels

The Trump administration has been castigated at the United Nations in Geneva for consciously exacerbating levels of inequality in America that are already the most extreme in the western world. The excoriating report on the state of the US nation was delivered to a packed hearing of the human rights council on Friday by the …

NHS-funded internet addiction dispensary to barrage in London

A London hospital is preparing to launch the first ever NHS-funded internet addiction centre for young people and adults, the Guardian can reveal. The move comes at a time of growing concern about internet and gaming dependency, with the World Health Organization (WHO) classifying gaming disorder as a mental health condition this week. The centre, …

NHS trusts win acknowledged action over Virgin Care adolescent bloom contract

A decision by Lancashire county council to award a £104m contract for children’s healthcare services to Virgin Care has been thrown out after a legal challenge by NHS trusts. A high court judge found the local authority’s process was flawed and the contract for services for children aged 0-19 should not have been awarded to …

Choreographer Gillian Lynne has West End theatre called afterwards her

Carried to the stage on a golden throne and surrounded by dancers from the musical Cats, the choreographer Dame Gillian Lynne has become the first woman to have a theatre named after her in the West End. Lynne, 92, is arguably the leading and most transformative theatre choreographer of her generation. Her shows on stage …