Is Labour serious about a second #Brexit referendum?Shadow Brexit secretary @Keir_Starmer tells #Ridge a three-month extension would be “doable”.Follow live reactions as the PM is warned she faces another #Brexit defeat: https://t.co/n5ZnHtlhyq pic.twitter.com/d2WiODdKab— Ridge on Sunday (@RidgeOnSunday) March 10, 2019The Andrew Marr ShowJohn McDonnell, Shadow Chancellor, spoke from Labour’s Scottish conference and emphasised the need to prevent ‘no deal’. Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell says he hopes Labour will get a “get a clean bill of health” if the human rights watchdog holds an anti-Semitism investigation #Marr https://t.co/N6b04c6rh6 pic.twitter.com/LIAVQa9WFY— BBC Politics (@BBCPolitics) March 10, 2019Pienaar’s PoliticsJenny Chapman, shadow Brexit minister:On another referendum: “There is more than one way to ruin your country. Yes, there is economic damage that can be done. There is another kind of damage too around division and lack of confidence in politics.” On delaying Brexit: “There’s no point in having a delay if then she’s going to run down the clock and come back with the same deal again.”On Emily Thornberry saying delay would be limited to three months: “I don’t think the EU will want a long delay. They might provide us with a three-month delay only if we can demonstrate that we can use that time usefully.”How long do you want? “As long as necessary. I think we could agree Labour’s deal in a matter of weeks.”On Labour’s deal: “If parliament can’t agree the terms that Labour has put forward, there’s always that option of going back to the people.”On whether the preferred plan is to pass Labour’s deal then put it to a public vote: “Not necessarily.”On welcoming an investigation into Labour’s handling of antisemitism: “Yes, and let’s get on with it now. I’m hoping we’ll get a clean bill of health… if there’s issues that EHRC can advice us on, I’d welcome that.” Tags:Labour /John McDonnell /Keir Starmer /Jenny Chapman /Sunday shows / Ridge on SundayKeir Starmer, Shadow Brexit Secretary, confirmed that Labour wouldn’t be tabling a ‘people’s vote’ amendment on Tuesday despite John McDonnell saying it would come with the second meaningful vote.On Shamima Begum and her child’s death: “I think the decision by the Home Secretary was the wrong decision and I think it was a rushed decision… Our Terrorism Acts are very wide ranging now so if you commit an offence in another country you can be prosecuted back here in the UK.”On the second meaningful vote on Tuesday: “I don’t know whether something dramatic will happen in the next 24 hours but unless it does, exactly the same deal, exactly the same deal is going to be put before parliament.”On why Labour isn’t laying down an amendment for another EU referendum on Tuesday: “There was an expectation that the deal would be different. I think across parliament, now people know the deal is the same, there is a strong sense that there should be an up/down vote on the deal… Tuesday is about exposing the weakness of the Prime Minister.”On delaying Brexit: “Three months is probably doable, beyond that it becomes much more difficult so we need to look at that sort of period in the first instance.”On whether Labour is seriously considering Common Market 2.0: “We have got to break the impasse, we have got a deal that isn’t getting through and we can’t just keep running down the clock.”
HULL KR are undefeated in their last eight home meetings with St Helens, having won seven and drawn one.Saints’ last away win against the Robins was 24-18 in the Quarter Finals of the Challenge Cup on June 1, 2008.Last 10 meetings:St Helens 52, Hull KR 12 (SLR23, 24/7/15)Hull KR 24, St Helens 22 (SLR7, 27/3/15)Hull KR 40, St Helens 10 (SLR19, 6/7/14)St Helens 38, Hull KR 18 (SLR4, 7/3/14)St Helens 46, Hull KR 10 (SLEPO, 14/9/13)St Helens 12, Hull KR 24 (SLR20, 28/6/13)Hull KR 26, St Helens 18 (CCR4, 20/4/13)Hull KR 22, St Helens 14 (SLR11, 7/4/13)St Helens 34, Hull KR 28 (SLR19, 29/6/12)Hull KR 36, St Helens 36 (SLR3, 19/2/12)Super League Summary:Hull KR won 9St Helens won 10 (includes win in 2013 play-offs)1 drawHighs and Lows:Hull KR highest score: 40-10 (H, 2014) (also widest margin)St Helens highest score: 68-12 (H, 2010) (also widest margin)Super League Milestones:(Players reaching significant figures in Super League games only, including play-offs & Super League Super 8s)Tommy Makinson – 8 points away from 500 (492 for St Helens, 2011-2015)Point-Scoring Runs:Luke Walsh has the longest scoring streak amongst Super League players, having registered points in St Helens’ last 15 games.His scoring streak began with five goals and a field goal in a 35-34 home win against Huddersfield on July 10 2015.Walsh last failed to score in Saints’ 46-18 defeat at Leeds on 3 July, 2015.First Utility Super League Leading Scorers:Tries:1 Corey Thompson (Widnes Vikings) 42 = Denny Solomona (Castleford Tigers), Fetuli Talanoa (Hull FC), Niall Evalds (Salford Red Devils), Stuart Howarth (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats), Tom Lineham (Warrington Wolves), Stefan Marsh (Widnes Vikings), Setaimata Sa (Widnes Vikings) 3Goals:1 Rhys Hanbury (Widnes Vikings) 142 Marc Sneyd (Hull FC) 103 Kurt Gidley (Warrington Wolves) 94 = Michael Dobson (Salford Red Devils), Luke Gale (Castleford Tigers) 8Points:1 Rhys Hanbury (Widnes Vikings) 362 = Michael Dobson (Salford Red Devils), Marc Sneyd (Hull FC) 204 Kurt Gidley (Warrington Wolves) 185 = Luke Gale (Castleford Tigers), Corey Thompson (Widnes Vikings) 16Tickets for the games against Castleford, Wakefield and Wigan (ALL TICKET) are now on sale.You can buy from the Ticket Office at Langtree Park, by calling 01744 455 052 or online here.
This year’s theme looks at the pressures of loss – be it a relationship, a job, income, a home or a bereavement, and how people can deal with it – under the hashtag #LETITOUT.The State of Mind team and volunteers will be at games throughout Round 18 raising awareness of mental fitness and being on hand to offer support to fans and the Rugby League community.Ahead of the round, there is a “Time to Move” walk between Rugby League grounds in the North West to raise awareness that physical fitness is good for your mental fitness.Fans are encouraged to talk part in the routes on foot, on a bike, in a wheelchair or on roller skates.On Saturday June 3, the walk starts at the Halton Stadium in Widnes at 11.00am, finishing at approximately 4.00pm at the Totally Wicked Stadium in St Helens.On Sunday June 4, the starting point is the DW Stadium in Wigan at 10.30am, going through to Leigh Sports Village via the State of Mind stall at Leigh Carnival of Colour.Then on Monday June 5, the final leg of the campaign goes from Hollins Park in Winwick to the Halliwell Jones Stadium in Warrington via the Sankey Valley Trail, starting at 3.00pm and arriving at the stadium for 5.00pm, in time for the Stadium Step Challenge – more information on this HERE.State of Mind was established in 2011 in response to the tragic death of Terry Newton, to raise awareness of mental health issues, tackle stigma and signpost support to Rugby League players and fans.No other sport in the UK has ever had a themed round of fixtures for mental wellbeing – 2017 is the seventh-year State of Mind has “taken over Super League”.This year’s themed round takes place on the weekend of Round 18, June 8 to 11, and the following games:Leigh Centurions v Wigan Warriors (Thu)St Helens v Widnes Vikings (Fri)Salford Red Devils v Hull FC (Fri)Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos (Sat)Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants (Sat)Castleford Tigers v Warrington Wolves (Sun)Join us for our Time to Move Campaign.3 June – Select Security Stadium, Widnes – Totally Wicked Stadium, St Helens (8 miles). Start time: 11.00 finishing at 16.00.4 June – DW Stadium, Wigan – Leigh Sports Village, Leigh (9 miles) via the Leigh Branch of the Leeds – Liverpool Canal. Start time: 10.30 via the State of Mind stall at Leigh Carnival of Colour at 14.30 and finishing at the stadium at 15.00.5 June – Hollins Park, Winwick – Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington (4 miles) via the Sankey Valley Trail. Start time: 15.00 arriving at the stadium approximately 17.00 in time for the Stadium Step Challenge.Take part in any or all of the routes and take the Stadium Step Challenge at Halliwell Jones Stadium. On foot, on a bike, in a wheelchair, on roller skates! Join us for a mile and you are moving.Here are some other ideas for how you can take part:As a relay teamOn a spin bike in the gym – the number of miles for each leg or the combined totalOn your exercise bike at homeWalking your dogDoing about 44,000 steps on your Fitbit wherever you are over the 3 days.Come and meet past rugby league players and join in the fun.Please arrive at the stadium meet points 30 minutes before the walk is due to start.