News Headlines - 21 February 2016

Trump wins South Carolina primary, opening clear path to nomination | The Guardian

Donald Trump now has a clear path toward the Republican nomination for the White House after a victory in the South Carolina primary that confirms his insurgent campaign as a political juggernaut.

Jeb Bush drops out of 2016 presidential campaign - The Washington Post

Jeb Bush, who sought to join his father and brother in winning the White House, suspended his campaign for the presidency Saturday night after a long year-long slide in the polls and a disappointing showing in the South Carolina primary.

McLaren-Honda unveil MP4-31 car for 2016 season - BBC Sport

The car is an evolution of last year's chassis, which was one of the more competitive on the grid but was hamstrung by the Honda power-unit's lack of performance.
The Japanese company has made changes to the areas which caused the engine's weaknesses - which were focused on its energy-recovery system.

José Mourinho will succeed Louis van Gaal at Manchester United, says Inter director | The Guardian

José Mourinho has agreed a deal to succeed Louis van Gaal as Manchester United’s manager, according to the Inter director Bedy Moratti.
Van Gaal, who faced renewed criticism from the former United captain Rio Ferdinand, has been beset by persistent speculation about losing his job to Mourinho.

Chris Brunt: West Brom player 'disgusted' by coin-throwing incident - BBC Sport

West Brom winger Chris Brunt says he is "disgusted" and "ashamed" after being struck on the face by a coin thrown by a Baggies supporter.








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