Published:  12:03 AM, 10 October 2019

Worldwide waffling (10.10.2019)

Worldwide waffling (10.10.2019)

Days after filing a lawsuit to stop Alameda County from selling its Coliseum complex ownership shares to the Oakland A's and hours before the start of the A's first game of the playoffs, the city announced it will return to the negotiating table to try to purchase the county's shares itself.

The city - which co-owns the Coliseum complex - has been trying to buy the county's shares since 2015, but talks broke in February when the county presented a term sheet to city staff that would guide a potential sale and the city never responded, Alameda County Board of Supervisors President Richard Valle said in August.


Jeremy Corbyn is responding to Johnson. He says this is a rehashed version of plans that have already been rejected. These plans are worse than Theresa May's.

When will the full legal text be published? He asks why Johnson signed up to the backstop when he says it is now unacceptable. He says every union and business organization wants the UK to stay in the customs union. He says Johnson's plan would lead to rights being weakened. It would lead to a Trump Brexit.


Was Kevin Kiermaier at the Coliseum in Oakland or People's Park in Berkeley on Wednesday? Speaking before the American League wild-card game about playing for the majors' most penurious team, for the 11th million time, the Rays center fielder smiled and said, "It's a beautiful thing having the lowest payroll in baseball and having the success we did. It always feels good to stick it to the man any time you're able to in this game."


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