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PM vows to build more starter homes - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-02T03:00:12Z
David Cameron will pledge to double to 200,000 the number of cut-price starter homes to be built under a Conservative scheme as general election skirmishes move on to rival solutions to housing shortages. The Prime Minister will target under-40s priced out ...

Mourinho elated to end trophy wait - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-02T00:58:30Z
Jose Mourinho was overjoyed to satisfy his hunger for silverware with a first trophy of his second spell as Chelsea boss following a 2-0 Capital One Cup final defeat of Tottenham at Wembley. Captain John Terry's first cup final goal and a second-half own ...

Plans to phase out coal power urged - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-02T00:15:33Z
Political leaders risk derailing efforts to tackle climate change unless they set out clear plans to phase out dirty coal powered stations by the early 2020s, campaigners have warned. A coalition of groups including Greenpeace UK, WWF UK, Oxfam, RSPB and ...

Drug-driving crackdown rules start - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-02T00:15:33Z
New regulations to crack down on motorists driving under the influence of drugs take effect from today. Drivers will be prosecuted if they are caught exceeding new legal limits which have, for the first time, been laid down for eight illegal drugs and ...



US general voices defence cuts fear - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T22:56:49Z
The head of the US Army has expressed serious reservations about the impact of cuts on the capacity of British forces, heaping further pressure on David Cameron to commit to maintaining spending. Chief of Staff General Raymond Odierno said he was "very ...

Chester salutes determined Rovers - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T22:28:11Z
Hull KR coach Chris Chester hailed his players' team spirit after they came from 20-6 down to gain their first win over Wigan for six years. Substitute Kieran Dixon's first try for the club - with only his second touch of the ball - eight minutes from the ...

Rooney backs Di Maria to come good - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T22:28:11Z
Wayne Rooney has one message for Angel di Maria's doubters: form is temporary, class is permanent. United beat off strong competition from some of Europe's biggest clubs to sign Di Maria from Real Madrid last summer, but after a bright start, the £59 ...

City title bid still on: Pellegrini - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T22:28:11Z
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini will not give up on retaining the Barclays Premier League title, despite defeat at Liverpool handing further advantage to Chelsea. The 2-1 loss at Anfield, where two brilliant individual goals from Jordan Henderson ...



Wenger hails "vital" win - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T22:28:11Z
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger felt his side answered the critics by getting 'back to basics' after their midweek European nightmare to grind out a 2-0 victory over Everton and move back to third in the Barclays Premier League. Wenger had slammed Arsenal's ...

Ireland quality thrills O'Connell - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T21:02:17Z
Paul O'Connell believes Ireland could be building the best Test side of his lengthy career as Joe Schmidt's men start to home in on an RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam. Ireland suffocated England into 19-9 submission in Dublin on Sunday, teeing up a serious tilt ...

Hull KR fight back to seal win - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T20:47:58Z
Australian all-time great David Campese watched his nephew lead Hull KR to their first win of the season as they came from 20-6 down to beat Wigan 22-20 in a cliffhanger at the KC Lightstream Stadium. Rovers skipper Terry Campese, playing in front of the ...

Lancaster hoping Ireland falter - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T21:02:17Z
Stuart Lancaster refused to concede defeat in England's pursuit of the RBS 6 Nations title despite their chastening 19-9 collapse to Ireland in Dublin. The Red Rose crashed to a first loss of the tournament after being kicked into submission by the ...

More cup glory for Blues - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T20:19:20Z
Jose Mourinho claimed the 21st trophy of his career as Chelsea showed Tottenham no mercy with a clinical 2-0 victory in the Capital One Cup final at Wembley. John Terry's deflected close-range effort beat Hugo Lloris to put Chelsea ahead at the end of the ...

Ireland derail England hopes - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T18:31:57Z
England collapsed to an alarming 19-9 defeat by Ireland as their pursuit of a first RBS 6 Nations title under Stuart Lancaster derailed spectacularly at the Aviva Stadium. Jonathan Sexton inspired the reigning champions' 10th successive victory by ...

Joburg Open success for Sullivan - Newmarket Journal
2015-03-01T15:11:31Z
England's Andy Sullivan claimed his second European Tour title in Johannesburg in the space of eight weeks on Sunday, carding a closing 66 to win the Joburg Open. Sullivan finished 17 under par at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club, two shots ...

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