News archive from 1 June 2016

Man United star receives shock late call-up for Euro 2016

Man United star receives shock late call-up for Euro 2016

The 26-year-old will replace Lassana Diarra in the squad for the tournament despite initially being left out by Didier Deschamps. The former Southampton man comes into the squad because of another injury in the France squad. Defenders Jeremy Mathieu...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 

Marcus Rashford epitomises England's brave new world as Roy Hodgson names five strikers in youngest ever...

Marcus Rashford began this season on the bench for Manchester United’s Under 21 side against Rochdale in the Lancashire Senior Cup. On Tuesday, the 18-year-old was called into a meeting room at the England team hotel in Watford and told by manager Roy...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Statins 'could be valuable addition to breast cancer treatment'

Statins 'could be valuable addition to breast cancer treatment'

Scientists have raised the possibility of using statins – drugs used for reducing cholesterol – to stop some breast cancer tumours returning. The most common form of breast cancer uses oestrogen to grow. Drugs such as tamoxifen and aromatase...

Guardian, 00:02 in Health
 
Wales could be handed huge Euro 2016 boost: Joe Ledley to prove fitness for Slovakia clash

Wales could be handed huge Euro 2016 boost: Joe Ledley to prove fitness for Slovakia clash

The 29-year-old Crystal Palace midfielder had looked to be in danger of missing the Dragons' first major tournament for 58 years when he fractured his left leg against Stoke on May 7. But the former Cardiff and Celtic man has recovered in time to make...

 

UAE frees Canadian man acquitted of militancy, set to leave Weds

OTTAWA The United Arab Emirates on Tuesday freed a Libyan-Canadian man acquitted of aiding militants and he is set to leave the country on Wednesday, campaigners on his behalf said in a statement. Salim Alaradi and two Libyan-American businessmen -...

 
Statins leave fit pensioner barely able to walk

Statins leave fit pensioner barely able to walk

Andrew Reilly, 65, began to experience muscle pain a year after taking a regular dose of the controversial cholesterol-lowering drugs.  His condition worsened until he could barely walk.  The former specialist in electronic banking, of Aylesbury,...

 
How to EAT your way out of diabetes: Man's 'diet overhaul' CURED condition

How to EAT your way out of diabetes: Man's 'diet overhaul' CURED condition

People who are at risk of the condition - which can be caused by being obese - can prevent the disease by making lifestyle changes. Medics say losing weight and doing regular exercise makes it possible to control symptoms. But one man, who was...

 
All you need to know about England's Euro 2016 squad... the youngest group we've ever taken to the European Championship

All you need to know about England's Euro 2016 squad... the youngest group we've ever taken to the European...

Roy Hodsgon named his final 23-man squad on Tuesday in what England's youngest ever collection of players taken to the European Championship - and second only to the 1958 World Cup squad in major tournament history. Teenager Marcus Rashford was a bold...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 
Vote Leave sets out points based immigration system plan

Vote Leave sets out points based immigration system plan

The UK could have a "fairer, more humane" immigration system that would work better for the economy if it left the EU, leading Leave campaigners say. Tories Michael Gove, Boris Johnson and Priti Patel, and Labour's Gisela Stuart are calling...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 

Liam Fee murder case review will be 'thorough and comprehensive'

A significant case review into the death of a toddler murdered by his mother and her civil partner will be "thorough and comprehensive", a child protection body has said. A probe is under way into the circumstances leading up to the death of...

 

Austin Reed: Over 1,100 jobs chucked on scrapheap

Menswear retailer latest high-street victim of Osborne’s policies TORY Chancellor George Osborne’s phoney “economic recovery” was yet again exposed for the sham it is yesterday as the administrators called in to menswear retailer Austin Reed gave up...

 

Ambulance trust chief Sutton quits

£255k-a-year boss leaves following 111 call-out scandal THE boss of a scandal-hit ambulance trust finally quit yesterday, months after a secret scheme to delay ambulances to tens of thousands of patients was exposed. In a statement, South East Coast...

 

‘Pass strike savings on to poor students’

UCU leader Hunt challenges uni bosses to ‘do the right thing’ UNI BOSSES should put “every penny” saved from last week’s lecturers’ strike into student hardship funds, union leader Sally Hunt said yesterday. In a preview of her address to the...

 

France: Ministers split over new talks

President and cabinet at odds over labour law FRANCE’S president and prime minister sent conflicting messages to workers over hated labour “reforms” yesterday as rail strikes began. PM Manuel Valls’s Socialist Party government asked the largest trade...

 

Venezuela: OAS boss channels opposition attacks

ORGANISATION of American States (OAS) secretary-general Luis Almagro granted Venezuelan opposition demands yesterday for a meeting that could see Caracas suspended from the bloc. Mr Almagro said Venezuela had suffered “grave alterations of democratic...

 


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