News archive from 2 February 2018

Jon Welsh plans better memories in Cardiff

Jon Welsh plans better memories in Cardiff

Jon Welsh last played for Scotland in the most pivotal moment in the team’s history, but he plans to be part of another more positive one at the Principality Stadium tomorrow. The Newcastle tight-head prop was the man erroneously called offaside by...

The Courier, 00:00 in Sport
 
Larry Nassar case: Michigan police apologise to victim

Larry Nassar case: Michigan police apologise to victim

Michigan police have offered a public apology to a woman whose complaint against ex-USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was ignored in 2004. "We wish we had this one back", said police chief Dave Hall. Brianne Randall-Gay was 17 years old...

BBC, 00:00 in World News
 
EastEnders spoilers: Romance ahead for Louise Mitchell and Hunter Owen?

EastEnders spoilers: Romance ahead for Louise Mitchell and Hunter Owen?

EastEnders could be lining up some actual happiness for long suffering Louise Mitchell as she is delighted to see Hunter Owen when he arrives in the Square – and it’s clear that the pair get on well as they hug and do some catching up. Could there be...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Fully funding IVF would improve safety for mothers, experts say

Fully funding IVF would improve safety for mothers, experts say

Full government funding for IVF treatment would reduce the risk of harm to mothers and babies and save the NHS money, health experts have said. It would help lower cases of women who have more than one embryo transferred into the uterus, which can...

BBC, 00:10 in Regional
 
Prostate cancer deaths overtake those from breast cancer

Prostate cancer deaths overtake those from breast cancer

The number of men dying from prostate cancer has overtaken female deaths from breast cancer for the first time in the UK, figures show. An ageing population means more men are developing and dying from the disease. Prostate Cancer UK says advances in...

BBC, 00:14 in Regional
 

The Yorkshire Post says: Put children first. NSPCC call over online safety

TO BE fair to Theresa May, she is the world leader pressing for global action to force social media giants to remove offensive material posted online. “No one wants to be known as the terrorists’ platform or the first choice app for paedophiles,” she...

 
Leicester news: Riyad Mahrez stuck after another failed transfer bid

Leicester news: Riyad Mahrez stuck after another failed transfer bid

Leicester’s maverick star is now in danger of being dubbed Forrest Gump after his latest transfer window strop. Mahrez has got a big job on his hands if he wants to get his fed-up team-mates back onside after seeing his dream move to Manchester City...

 
Chelsea news: Antonio Conte's future could be decided over the course of 23 days

Chelsea news: Antonio Conte's future could be decided over the course of 23 days

Owner Roman Abramovich has already been angered by Conte’s constant moaning over transfers, his handling of Diego Costa’s departure last season, and his treatment of misfit defender David Luiz. The Chelsea hierarchy believe Conte will force a...

 
Manchester City news: Kevin De Bruyne take swipe at Premier League hatchet men

Manchester City news: Kevin De Bruyne take swipe at Premier League hatchet men

After the latest in a series of X-rated challenges on City players, Pep Guardiola’s playmaker said opponents should perhaps resort to a cynical tug of a shirt rather than launch themselves into a reckless assault with the potential to wreck a player’s...

 
Arsenal news: Alan Pardew hits back at Gunners over Jonny Evans transfer bid

Arsenal news: Alan Pardew hits back at Gunners over Jonny Evans transfer bid

Arsenal tree to sign Evans on Wednesday in a late attempt to bring in another defender. Manchester City had already overlooked Evans to sign Athletic Bilbao’s Aymeric Laporte, leaving Arsenal as the sole suitors for Evans. But a deadline day deal...

 
Head lice treatment: What does it mean if nits don’t clear?

Head lice treatment: What does it mean if nits don’t clear?

Head lice are very common in young children and are usually picked up from head-to-head contact.  They can be difficult to spot, but when you do see them, they appear as grey-brown insects about the size of a sesame seed.  Head lice eggs can also...

 

The Yorkshire Post says: Best and worst of Parliament. Minister complacent over Capita

THE best and worst of Parliament was self-evident when Leeds West MP Rachel Reeves tabled an urgent question over the finances of public service provider Capita in the wake of the collapse of rival outsourcing firm Carillion. As an economist, and...

 

Chelsea will not make any knee-jerk reactions over Antonio Conte's future following embarrassing defeat at...

Chelsea will not make a knee-jerk reaction to Wednesday's embarrassing loss to Bournemouth but manager Antonio Conte is still virtually certain to leave before next season. The 3-0 loss to the Cherries added to simmering tensions between the Chelsea...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
 

Who will win Super Bowl 52? Experts Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora assess New England Patriots vs...

The New England Patriots play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night in Minneapolis. While Bill Belichick and Tom Brady are chasing a sixth Super Bowl, the Eagles are aiming for a first Vince Lombardi Trophy in franchise history.  After another...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
 

New council tax freedoms ‘will raise just one fifth of budget reductions for Lincolnshire’

New council tax freedoms will raise just one fifth of budget reductions for Lincolnshire, according to new figures published by the County Councils Network (CCN). According to the CCN, new freedoms to raise an additional 1 per cent in council tax will...

 


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