Electrical cars EV Edward Colston statue: Man, 24, in criminal damage arrest

Image copyright PA Media Image caption The statue of Edward Colston was pushed into the harbour after being toppled by protesters A man has been arrested in connection with the toppling of a statue of slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol.A bronze memorial to the 17th Century slave merchant was torn down during a Black…

Electrical cars EV Arsenal 4-0 Norwich: Mikel Arteta ‘positive’ about Patrick Aubameyang future

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta tells BBC Sport he is feeling “positive” about the chances of Patrick Aubameyang signing a new contract with the Gunners. The Gabon international, who scored twice against Norwich to become the quickest player in Gunners’ history to reach 50 Premier League goals, is entering the final year of his current deal…

Electrical cars EV Ferrari forced to make a major redesign of their car

The current Ferrari car pictured during winter testingFerrari have been forced to make a major redesign of their car as a result of flaws discovered since it ran in pre-season testing in February.Team boss Mattia Binotto said work on understanding why the car was off the pace led to a “significant change of direction in…

Electrical cars EV Premier League: Black Lives Matter campaign not endorsement of political movement

Media playback is not supported on this device Premier League players kneel in Black Lives Matter solidarity The Premier League says its Black Lives Matter campaign is to send a message it is unacceptable to treat black people differently to anyone else – not an endorsement of a political movement.A series of tweets from the…

Electrical cars EV Prof Jason Leitch: Clinical director says ‘early conversations’ had about test events with fans

The Scottish government is considering proposals from Scottish Rugby to have 1000 fans at the Pro14 openerThe Scottish government has had “early conversations” about test events with fans in stadia, says national clinical director Jason Leitch.But he added there is “pretty much no chance” of having supporters back for the start of the football season.Scottish…

Electrical cars EV Snooker Championship: Ding Junhui to compete in Sheffield in July

Ding Junhui lost to Mark Selby in the 2016 World Snooker Championship finalChina’s World number 11 Ding Junhui will compete at the rearranged World Snooker Championship in Sheffield.The 33-year-old, who reached the final in 2016, withdrew from this month’s Tour Championship over travel concerns caused by the coronavirus pandemic.The World’s top 16 players are now…

Electrical cars EV Cirque du Soleil cuts 3,500 jobs to avoid bankruptcy

Image copyright Getty Images Canadian entertainment firm Cirque du Soleil is to cut 3,500 jobs after striking a deal to avoid bankruptcy. The group, best known for its flamboyant touring circuses, said the coronavirus pandemic had forced it to cancel shows and lay off its artists.The company will now try to restructure while shedding about…

Electrical cars EV Middle East risks renewed arms race, US warns

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Smoke billows following an airstrike by Saudi-led coalition in the Yemeni capital Sanaa earlier this month The US and Saudi governments have made a joint public appeal to the UN Security Council to extend the 13-year old arms embargo on Iran or risk a renewed arms race in the…