David Gauke today all but confirmed that he is about to resign from the Cabinet in what could be his final speech as lord chancellor and justice secretary.Gauke today called for an ‘evidence led’ approach to tackling reoffending to cut crime, highlighting new research that he says has reinforced his view to move away from short prison sentences. But it is the final lines of a speech he delivered at an event hosted by the Social Market Foundation, a thinktank, that suggests he is about to step down.He said: ‘I believe that the approach that I’ve set out today – indeed the approach I have set out in the last 18 months – is one that is most likely to be effective in reducing reoffending and therefore reducing crime. I am aware that it is an approach that will not have universal support but I have taken great encouragement from the widespread support for an evidence-led, rehabilitative and humane agenda.’It is my hope that in the years ahead – whoever has the privilege of being justice secretary – it is an approach that will be pursued with persistence and determination and courage. And that it will help deliver a safer and more civilised society.’Gauke is the sixth lord chancelllor since the Conservative-led coalition took office in 2010. He is the first solicitor in the ancient office. According to ITV political correspondent Paul Brand, Gauke has not ruled out voting for amendments today (led by former attorney general Dominic Grieve QC) which attempt to prevent a future prime minister proroguing parliament. This would require his resignation from the government.Gauke, who backed his former MoJ colleague Rory Stewart in the Conservative leadership race, has already indicated that he would not serve under a government led by Boris Johnson.Appearing on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show this month, the host suggested that Johnson would sack Gauke. Gauke told Marr: ‘I suspect I will possibly have gone before then.’ He explained that if Johnson required the cabinet to sign up to being prepared to leave the EU without a deal on 31 October, he would be unable to support that policy and would resign in advance.In a speech at the Lord Mayor’s Banquet, he joked: ‘Indeed, I am the first lord chancellor in a while to have served long enough to deliver two of these speeches. It is true that my predecessor but two, Michael Gove, made it to his second speech but he left the government one week later when a new prime minister, with whom he did not see eye to eye, took office. How times have changed. I might only have three weeks.’Gauke’s imminent resignation could explain the extraordinary speed at which bills on divorce reform and domestic abuse have been introduced to parliament.
Following their exceptional work in the past 12 months, the club’s official charity were joined by five other EFL regional winners in the capital to celebrate the inspirational delivery in their respective communities. City will now be put forward alongside Blackburn Rovers, Middlesbrough, Charlton Athletic, Portsmouth and Derby County for the 2018 Checkatrade Community Club of the Year Award, which will be announced at the EFL Awards on Sunday, April 15th. The Community Trust impressed the judges with their Youth Council, a new group of young people that deliver practical programmes to create positive social change in their local communities. The group has so far been involved in the Bristol clean up, hosted a girls football event, developed and delivered an anti-poverty free football camp, held a free disability holiday camp, a programme to help combat anti-social behaviour, developed a Mumball session and a weekly youth disability workshop.
The players continued to battle the humidity with two training sessions, followed by an evening of entertainment.The day began with a sing-song in the changing rooms before the tests continued out of the pitches at the IMG Academy. After lunch, the squad underwent more drills on the grass before a gym and pool recovery session.The evening saw the players’ knowledge put to the test with a fun post-dinner quiz, which included a forfeit rendition of Peter Andre’s Mysterious Girl from Jamie Paterson!Catch up on all the action from Friday below.Watch: Robins in the States, Day Two
However, he didn’t give anything away regarding Machin — or about the club’s summer transfer plans. Pablo Machín, muy cerca del Sevilla Upd. at 11:31 26/05/2018 CEST IN SPORT.ES The Catalans finished 10th in the table and at one point in the campaign were even in the race to reach the Europa League. Sevilla’s new director of football Joaquin Caparros is in charge of the decision and was asked about the club’s search for a new manager on Friday. Pablo Machin will be the next coach of Sevilla, according to Marca, who say the Girona boss will sign a two-year deal at the Sanchez Pizjuan. Machin led Girona into La Liga for the first time in their history and 2017 and has just completed a fine season in the top flight. Despite having a rocky season, though, which saw them play under three different coaches, it was Sevilla who eventually secured the final Europa League spot, finishing seventh.
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The Galway Seniors were beaten by Tipperary by just a single point 2-19 to 2-18. It was a day to forget for Galway in Senior and Minor Hurling with both teams beaten in All-Ireland Semi-Finals today. Galway led by two points at Half-Time by 1-10 to 0-11 but two Tipperary goals from John “Bubbles” O’Dwyer and John McGrath were body blows that Galway would not recover from.Despite an excellent performance from Conor Cooney, who scored 1-6, Galway could not find the equaliser that would have forced a replay and Tipperary go on to face Kilkenny in the All-Ireland Final.Tipperary: D Gleeson; C Barrett, J Barry, M Cahill; S Kennedy, R Maher (0-01), Pádraic Maher (0-01); B Maher (0-01), M Breen (0-03); D McCormack, Patrick Maher, N McGrath (0-03); J McGrath (1-01), S Callanan (0-09, 8f, 1 65), N O’Meara.Subs: J O’Dwyer (1-00) for O’Meara (45), J Forde for N McGrath (57), S Curran for Breen (68), T Hamill for Kennedy (70+2).Galway: C Callanan; A Harte, Daithí Burke, J Hanbury; A Tuohy, P Mannion, G McInerney; David Burke (0-01), J Coen; C Mannion, J Cooney (1-01), J Canning (0-05, 3f, 1 65); J Flynn (0-02), C Whelan (0-02), C Cooney (1-06, 0-04f).Subs: A Smith for Tuohy (h.t.), C Donnellan for Canning (h.t.), S Moloney (0-01) for Whelan (66), N Burke for C Mannion (66), D Collins for Harte (68).Referee: B Kelly (Westmeath)Meanwhile, The Galway Minors were well beaten by Tipperary in the All-Ireland Semi-Final with Tipperary winning by 7-12 to 2-12.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email
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Cathal Walsh and the KIllannin U20 team who beat Clonbur in the West Board B Final last weekend. Killannin’s Cathal Walsh (Back Row No.13) has travelled to Dublin this weekend as he joins nineteen other young players from all over the country in the AFL Combine that sees players tested by AFL Coaches with the goal of being included in the international draft where the best young players will play Australian Football next year. Cathal, son of former Galway Manager Kevin, scored 1-8 for Killannin in their West Board U20 Final win over Clonbur last weekend and he is one of five from Connacht who are attending this weekend’s combine. The others being Matthew Ruane, Oisin Mullen and Frank Irwin from Mayo and Oisin O’Reilly from Roscommon. The Combine has been the springboard for a host ofIrish recruits into international rules in recent seasons withKilkerrin/Clonberne’s Olivia Divilly excelling in the AFLW Combine in Melbournetwo months ago. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email