It was founded as The Midland Daily Telegraph in 1891 by William Isaac Iliffe, and was Coventry's first daily newspaper.
And two months after splitting from the Hollywood superstar, Nina Agdal is said to be moving on with another eligible bachelor, Jack Brinkley-Cook, A source told New York Post's Page Six that things are 'serious' between the Sports Ilustrated model, 25, and Jack, 22, who is the son of Christie Brinkley and Peter Cook.
Given that an EU referendum is on the horizon, we need to make sure we understand all the different aspects of immigration and the effects it has on Britain. Christmas is coming, like the relentless wave of immigrants that UKIP keep threatening us about, and News Punch is back with a festive special!
So drink and be merry, the way Nigel Farage does every single working day.
I'm not saying that City's Student Union doesn't have a responsibility to oppose "fascism and social divisiveness in the UK media", it absolutely does. All students at City are automatically members of the SU and therefore automatically members of an organisation that has now adopted a fascist policy. The judgement was made on a point of pure UK constitutional law. As one bigot explains "All these foreign kids coming into our country and speaking more than one language are giving our kids ideas.
The irony of the whole thing is that banning publications you don't agree with is a fundamental policy of fascist regimes.