The Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari, has spoken to Sky News and admitted his country is corrupt.
He says he is not expecting an apology from British Prime Minister David Cameron.
President Buhari delivers Keynote Address at the Commonwealth Anti Corruption Conference for Civil Society https://t.co/s1PE4OesNq—
NTA News (@NTANewsNow) May 11, 2016
Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond says Mr. Cameron was merely stating a fact.
The leaders of both countries would recognize that they have got a serious problem. I’ve had discussions with President Buhari and President Ghani and both men are fully committed for dealing with a hugely corrossive problems undermining the economies of both countries.
-Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond
UK manufacturing has fallen back into recession for the third time in eight years.
UK manufacturing sector falls back into recession trib.al/EgXMt7k—
The Guardian (@guardian) May 11, 2016
Tom Hill has more on the statistics.
West Ham United said goodbye to their home of 112 years last night, as the Boleyn ground staged its last ever competitive match.
Whilst many are excited about their move to Stratford’s Olympic Stadium, some fans think it’s a big loss.
Al Riddell spoke to one such fan, Edward.
London Hopper fares
London’s new mayor Sadiq Khan is introducing a one-hour “hopper fare” as his first policy.
The Hopper fare hits London this September - making life cheaper & easier for millions of Londoners. standard.co.uk/news/transport…—
Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) May 10, 2016
Radlemadle explains what this will mean for London commuters.
Chelsea will head to Liverpool tonight with hopes of ending a challenging season on a high.
Where in the world will you be watching Liverpool v Chelsea? https://t.co/kKj6gWtzhC—
Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) May 11, 2016
Speaking to Sky News, manager Guus Hiddink explains the difficulties at Stamford Bridge since he was given the job in December.
My first job… was to get them as soon as possible out of relegation zone with no further targets set at that moment. So get us soon as possible out of that zone.
-Guus Hiddink, Chelsea Manager.
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