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Great news that Newcastle fans now have the backing of at least 80 MPs as they strive for answers from the Premier League. NUST confirming on Thursday that ‘More that…
Interesting to stop and take a look at the media coverage on the Newcastle United takeover coverage. I’m particularly wanting to look at what has happened when MPs have intervened…
Great news that Newcastle fans now have the backing of 40 MPs as they strive for answers from the Premier League. Supporters calling for transparency from the league on the…
Friday morning brings news that there is now cross party support from 19 north east MPs for Newcastle fans. The NUFC supporters calling for transparency and answers from the Premier…
To help Newcastle fans do their bit and involve their MPs with the lack of transparency from the Premier League over the Newcastle United takeover, a new initiative was launched…
Remarkable U-turn as Mike Ashley agrees he will go before MPS and answer questions about Sports Direct: “It would no doubt lead to further unwarranted accusations that I am being secretive…”
“Does Mr Ashley, owning and operating a business in a parliamentary democracy, see himself as being beyond such public scrutiny? What has he got to be frightened of?”
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has now been issued with a formal summons by parliament to appear before MPs to answer questions about his running of Sports Direct.
Mike Ashley has been warned he could face contempt charge by Parliament and so in his response he has treat the MPs with…contempt.
Mike Ashley told to appear before MPs by 1 June 2016 or else face complaint of contempt.
This is the biggest decision in Newcastle United history
Leeds United shame Mike Ashley with latest ambitious move
Very interesting response after asking fans if in favour of Newcastle players taking the knee
A donkey derby Newcastle United team fit enough to play Sunderland
Newcastle United fans – Have standards dropped so low that this is seen as great step forward?