News archive from 1 February 2015

Harry Kane gets the meme treatment after his brace for Tottenham against West Brom

Harry Kane continued his superb run of form with two goals for Tottenham as they beat West Brom 3-0 on Saturday - and the internet has responded. Memes of the 21-year-old striker appeared everywhere on social media, and Sportsmail brings you a few of...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Talks start on abortion powers for Holyrood

Talks start on abortion powers for Holyrood

TALKS on handing control over abortion law from Westminster to Holyrood will open this week amid calls from pro-life groups for Scotland to take a harder line on terminations. Scotland on Sunday understands that the Secretary of State for Scotland...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
SNP pushes for TV election debate in Scotland

SNP pushes for TV election debate in Scotland

THE SNP last night called for one of the three network general election televised leaders' debates to be held in Scotland. Tomorrow Nicola Sturgeon’s party will meet with ITV and BBC representatives, who are in Edinburgh to fine tune details of the...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
North Sea cuts ‘could lead to another Piper Alpha’

North Sea cuts ‘could lead to another Piper Alpha’

CUTS to the North Sea oil and gas industry will compromise safety and increase the risk of another Piper Alpha-style disaster, trade unions have claimed. The warning was issued ahead of tomorrow’s crisis summit in Aberdeen, which will see leading...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 

Goodbye hip replacements... hello grow-your-own bones: Doctors claim jab can regenerate damaged tissue...

A pioneering stem cell treatment could avoid thousands of hip replacements – by helping patients 'regrow' damaged bone.  Five NHS hospitals will trial the jabs, which doctors claim can regenerate damaged tissue after just one injection. And a leading...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Health
 
Scottish couple on global mission to save otter

Scottish couple on global mission to save otter

Urgent global action must be taken to save the world's otters before some species are lost for ever, according to Scottish-based conservationists. Nine of the world’s 13 otter species are declining, some critically, and many countries have already...

 
Comment: Shale gas puts ‘tree-huggers’ to shame

Comment: Shale gas puts ‘tree-huggers’ to shame

IT USED to be trendy to join protests against new motorway

 
Dani Garavelli: Scotland can let Nessie retire

Dani Garavelli: Scotland can let Nessie retire

IT'S WEIRD that in the very same week the Natural History Museum in London decided to evict its big, pretendy dinosaur from the iconic Hintze Hall, VisitBritain announced it was putting ours at the centre of a £2m advertising campaign. South of the...

 
Tom Kitchin: Cooking with cauliflower

Tom Kitchin: Cooking with cauliflower

JANUARY might be over, but the cold chill in the air still makes everyone reach for comfort food at this time of year. That means plenty of soups, stews and one pot wonders to keep the whole family happy, cosy and content. There are some classic...

 
Restaurant review: La Garrigue, Edinburgh

Restaurant review: La Garrigue, Edinburgh

RICHARD Bath reviews La Garrigue restaurant on Edinburgh's Jeffrey Street La Garrigue 31 Jeffrey Street, Edinburgh
EH1 1DH (0131-557 3032,
www.lagarrigue.co.uk) Bill please Two courses £28 Three courses £30
 Rating 7/10 WHEN you’re as long in the...

 
Wine: Italy’s blockbuster reds

Wine: Italy’s blockbuster reds

WHILE some wine producers content themselves with just one sturdy blockbuster red, Italy claims at least three. And that is without even considering chianti. Perhaps we should not be surprised. Regional rivalry is such that few areas will easily cede...

 
Pension warning as savers abandon annuities

Pension warning as savers abandon annuities

Experts say large numbers are delaying decisions about their savings pot until new rules come into force, writes Jeff Salway PENSION savers may be putting their retirement finances in jeopardy by deferring decisions until new pension “freedoms” take...

 

Daniel Sturridge sings 'I feel blessed' on Instagram after scoring on return from injury for Liverpool...

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge took his chance against West Ham like he'd never been away, and he admitted he was 'feeling blessed' on Saturday night. The England international had been out of action for five months before netting on his return at...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 
Dani Garavelli: The enduring appeal of EastEnders

Dani Garavelli: The enduring appeal of EastEnders

Duf, duf, duf... as the nation's favourite soap noir warms up for a 30th anniversary orgy of denouements, Dani Garavelli examines the enduring appeal of EastEnders THEIR faces expressionless, the figures drift as one through the night towards a city...

 

Chindits 'must be added to forces'

A new Army unit which will use psychology and social media to help Britain "fight in the information age" should not be created at the expense of combat troops, a former commander of British forces in Afghanistan has said. The 77th Brigade...

 


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