Video PUBLISHED: 16:52 04 April 2019 Stuart Watson Paul Lambert left some Ipswich Town supporters concerned about his future with comments amde following last weekend's 2-0 home defeat to Hull. Photo: Steve Waller © Copyright Stephen Waller Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert has today cleared up some cryptic comments he made about his future following last weekend’s 2-0 home defeat to Hull City. Here’s what he said at today’s press conference prior to Saturday’s game at Bolton. Paul Lambert waves to the Ipswich Town fans following last weekend's 2-0 home defeat to Hull City. Photo: Steve WallerQ: You’re still going to be here next season aren’t you?A: Yeah, you asked me the question about results (last weekend) and, 100 per cent, results have not been good enough.If (owner) Marcus (Evans) makes the change then I’ll jump in the car and go back up. I don’t worry about it, there’s nothing I can … [Read more...] about ‘The only way I go is if Marcus makes a change’ – Lambert on cryptic comments about his and the club’s future
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Published 12:00 am PST, Saturday, November 17, 2018 In this Sept. 28, 2018 photo, Anne-Marie Willaker poses next to a tap at Abbey Bar in DeLand, Fla. Mead, a fermented drink that goes back centuries, is hard to find outside medieval festivals. (Lola Gomez/The Daytona Beach News-Journal via AP) less In this Sept. 28, 2018 photo, Anne-Marie Willaker poses next to a tap at Abbey Bar in DeLand, Fla. Mead, a fermented drink that goes back centuries, is hard to find outside medieval festivals. (Lola Gomez/The ... more Photo: Lola Gomez, AP Photo: Lola Gomez, AP Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Image 1 of 3 In this Sept. 28, 2018 photo, Anne-Marie Willaker poses next to a tap at Abbey Bar in DeLand, Fla. Mead, a fermented drink that goes back centuries, is hard to find outside medieval … [Read more...] about Myth busting is a daily challenge at Florida meadery
Eric D. Lawrence Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EST Nov 9, 2018 Should Fiat Chrysler Automobiles be called Jeep/Ram instead? That's one piece of an investor's multi-part prescription, including spinning off Fiat to focus on North America, to boost the value of the Italian-American automaker. But Adam Wyden's suggestions don't stop there. Wyden, of New York-based ADW Capital Management, says FCA should merge with Ford or General Motors, reflecting a long-stated pitch for industry consolidation by former FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne, who died this summer. The suggestions came in a letter this week to the FCA board, which also recommended a spin-off of Alfa Romeo and Maserati and said FCA could expand its investor pool by issuing its financials using U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. Unlike in years past, though, such suggestions don't reflect a sense that FCA needs to hitch its fortunes to another automaker to survive. Rather, they … [Read more...] about Is Jeep/Ram a better name for Fiat Chrysler?
WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge denied the Justice Department’s efforts to halt legal proceedings in a case accusing President Donald Trump of violating the U.S. Constitution — opening the door for Trump’s critics to soon gain access to financial records related to his Washington, D.C., hotel. Trump has been fighting multiple lawsuits that argue that foreign representatives’ spending money at the Trump International Hotel is a violation of the Constitution’s emoluments clause, which bans federal officials from accepting benefits from foreign or state governments without congressional approval. In a sally to prevent the case moving on to legal discovery — which would potentially unearth financial records such as Trump’s income tax returns — Justice Department lawyers had asked Maryland-based U.S. District Judge Peter J. Messitte to put the case on hold while they appeal his decision to a higher court in Richmond, Virginia. That … [Read more...] about Justice lawyers fail to halt Trump financial records release
opinion Detroit Free Press Editorial Board Published 6:00 AM EDT Oct 28, 2018 Politics shouldn't be this hard. Sure, we have serious disagreements about important things. But it shouldn't take a massive terror attack or a natural disaster to remind us that those differences are neither as numerous nor as important as the priorities we share. We all aspire to lives as good or better than our parents', and hope that our children's good fortune will exceed our own. We all want safe roads, safe schools and safe drinking water. We all want to live in a society that rewards hard work, penalizes cheating and treats innocent victims with compassion. So it shouldn't be so difficult for our elected leaders to locate the many places where our interests intersect, then marshal our state's financial, intellectual and political capital to improve our collective lot. And even in these fractious times, happily, Michigan's political system … [Read more...] about Endorsement: Why Whitmer should be Michigan’s next governor