yesterday's news

yesterday's news

Someone or something that is no longer receiving or worthy of public interest, importance, or influence. I don't know why you're still campaigning for that hack—he's yesterday's news. The once-prominent social media platform is now yesterday's news among a new generation of smartphone users.
See also: news

yesterday's news

a person or thing that is no longer of interest.
See also: news
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(https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/jun/12/sajid-javid-campaign-launch-boris-johnson-yesterdays-news-tory-leadership) During the campaign for leadership of the Conservative Party, Javid said Johnson is "yesterday's news." He also touted himself as a new kind of leader better able to connect the Tories (who are much like the Republican Party in principle) to modern Britain.
The analyst views yesterday's news as a "non-issue." The company's FIFA franchise has built up enough goodwill over the past 26 years, making it hard to believe loss of rights to one club would be enough to turn off potential player, says Giaimo.
And in a tweet responding to yesterday's news, Lineker (pictured) has once again shown his awareness of Newcastle's situation, as he simply tweeted: "Rafa Benitez is to leave NUFC.
The ex-City banker said : "I'd say I'm a change candidate - Boris Johnson is yesterday's news.
The results of the referendum in 2016 were yesterday's news the day after they were declared.
Many experts say the hub model is yesterday's news and, in any event, it's cheaper for most North East-based entrepreneurs to connect through Schiphol, avoiding Heathrow's high charges and BA's uncompetitive fares.
Yesterday's news that Czech authorities have denied an asylum request from Vladimir Luzgin, a Russian citizen convicted of arguing on social media that "Soviet collaboration with Nazi Germany in dismembering Poland had launched World War II", was disappointing but not surprising.
Stock markets in Tokyo and Shanghai closed lower after yesterday's news.
Parliament, a chip shop, With yesterday's news. The truth is well-battered, No-one gets their dues.
Gazing from a window the train criss-crosses along its tracks, Birds emerge from dawn's early flight, expressionless faces Digest yesterday's news, a vista appears of architectural delight, Rain tumbles umbrellas put up with an anarchist frown as we Depart from the warmth like sardines in a tin, he sits on a shimmering Street, a torn cup in hand and dog at his feet, trees glisten with marzipan Treats, heads bowed caught up in a world which isn't their own, mobiles Jingle as lovers mingle, day or night it's a city that never sleeps.
"While yesterday's news coverage may have come as a surprise to many of you, I can assure you that it did not catch us off guard," Paxton wrote.
THIS is already yesterday's news as far as getting us to go out and vote goes, but a hint to those presiding officers and their little helpers.
The Magpies are currently preparing for the Wear-Tyne derby at the Stadium of Light on Sunday, but yesterday's news was dominated by the figures revealed by the club.
THE CHAIRMAN of the Cyprus Football Association (CFA) Costakis Koutsokoumnis came out with his guns blazing at yesterday's news conference to answer to criticism directed at the Association, after the allegations made by referee Marios Panayi about corruption and match-fixing.
For now, delete it from your page and rest assured this will be yesterday's news in no time.