Press Association The Northern Irishman has guided the club to the Clydesdale Bank title this season in fine style and could secure the double with victory over Hibernian at Hampden on May 26. But Lennon admits he is not sure what the future holds after that and has not ruled out an exit from Celtic Park this summer. When asked where his future lies on the BBC’s Football Focus programme, Lennon said: “I don’t know.” Neil Lennon will hold talks about his future as Celtic manager after the Scottish Cup final. He added: “I’ve got magnificent support from chief executive Peter (Lawwell) and the board, I’ve got a great club here and a great group of young players. “But you just don’t know what’s around the corner and what challenges lie ahead for you, not just in your professional life, but in your personal life as well. “So we’ll take stock of everything after the Cup final, have a sit down and see what we do for next year.”
Police are investigating after five Palm Beach County schools were placed on a code red lockdown due to “non-credible” threats.Cardinal Newman High School and four other local schools received threats over the phone that led to the lockdown.The threats appear to be linked to a robocall that has been sent out throughout the state of Florida, CBS12 reports.The FBI is also investigating, according to CBS12.Police said all the threats were non-credible students or faculty were never in danger.The lockdowns at all five schools were lifted after deemed the threats “non-credible.”It remains unclear at this time what the threats entailed.Anyone with information about any of the threats is urged to call the West Palm Beach Police Department at 561-822-1900.Several South Florida schools were also put on lockdown due to “non-credible threats.”One person was arrested Thursday following a hoax bomb threat at Miami high school.No other information is available at this time.
Senet Australia appoints Paul Newsom as new client advisory lead August 27, 2020 EU research agency demands urgent action on loot box consumer safeguards July 29, 2020 Share Submit Liverpool FC in agency dispute over £15m BetVictor sponsorship June 9, 2020 Share Despite the unknown circumstances of Brexit negotiations, financial services firm KPMG believes that the future is bright for Gibraltar business and its community of industry stakeholders.This week KPMG hosted its seventh annual ‘eSummit in Gibraltar’ on 23 March ( Sunborn Hotel). As the event organiser, KPMG would host a Gibraltar Brexit ‘current state of play update.Opening the eSummit, the Hon. Albert Isola of the Government of Gibraltar, detailed: “Since Brexit last June, our growth figures have actually increased in both the eGaming and Financial Services sectors. We have been working closely with the UK government to look for the benefits within the challenges we face, including maintaining fluidity at the frontier. We are engaged in a healthy, constructive and very positive view and vision for the future of Gibraltar.”Further KPMG eSummit agenda focused on industry seld-regulating practices, European regulation, new market entry, stakeholder compliance, risk management and future technology impacts. The international auditor would detail that 300 delegates and 40 keynote speakers and experts from the world of eBusiness had taken part in its eSummit in GibraltarMicky Swindale, Head of Advisory for KPMG Gibraltar, and the organiser of the KPMG eSummits since 2010, commented on the 2017 edition:“I was delighted with both the content and the attendance this year – and the generosity of the feedback is really encouraging. On a personal note, it was a pleasure to lead the gender diversity workshop, and I feel there is some really important work we can do in this area to assist the many operators who are missing out on competitive advantage in terms of their talent and customer base. Related Articles StumbleUpon