News archive from 3 May 2017

From a daily walk to changing footwear: Best ways to control your pelvic floor

From a daily walk to changing footwear: Best ways to control your pelvic floor

YOU KNOW that moment when you feel a sneeze coming, so you stop walking, cross your legs and silently pray that whatever you’re wearing won’t show a small leak? If that sounds familiar it might be comforting to know that you’re not alone. In fact,...

 

Gas leak forces shutdown of central Ottawa, including PM's office

Police in Canadian capital Ottawa on Tuesday temporarily shut down four city centre blocks, including a building where the prime minister works, after a mechanical digger ruptured a natural gas pipeline. City authorities said in a tweet at 6 pm...

 
'I would be President' Hillary Clinton blames SEXISM for election defeat to Donald Trump

'I would be President' Hillary Clinton blames SEXISM for election defeat to Donald Trump

On the day of the election, a New York Times poll claimed Mrs Clinton had a 85 per cent chance of becoming the President – yet was ultimately crushed when the Republican won the electoral college vote. Asked by CNN whether sexism was a factor in her...

 
Peter Kay’s Car Share: This is the REAL reason for that dirty window

Peter Kay’s Car Share: This is the REAL reason for that dirty window

Fans have continuously questioned why the rear windscreen of John Redmond’s (played by Peter Kay) motor seems constantly smeared with dirt and grime, leading many in the past to take to social media. However, the BBC comedy’s producer Gill Isles...

 

Hartlepool chairman Gary Coxall resigns a week after sacking manager Dave Jones amid relegation dogfight

Hartlepool chairman Gary Coxall has resigned from his role a week after dumping Dave Jones as manager. The news comes before the biggest game in the club's history on Saturday, when they have to win to stand a chance of staying in the Football...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

David Beckham shares picture of his unusual birthday meal as former England captain turns 42

Happy birthday David Beckham - the former England captain turned 42 on Tuesday. As with many lucky men on their big day, Beckham got to have his ideal meal for dinner - and what a meal it was. Beckham shared a picture of his food via an Instagram...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Gianluigi Buffon ready to face Europe's most attacking team as the legendary Juventus goalkeeper and his...

Legendary Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is raring to face the Champions League's most attacking side as the Old Lady prepare to meet free-scoring Monaco on Wednesday night. Juve are renowned for having one of the best defensive lines in...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

'Antoine Griezmann worth £100m? Then Cristiano Ronaldo is worth £200m!' Steve McManaman slams Atletico...

Cristiano Ronaldo is worth double Antoine Griezmann's £100million price tag after Real Madrid's talisman outclassed the Atletico forward in the Champions League semi-final, believes Steve McManaman.  Griezmann has been heavily touted as a summer...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Cristiano Ronaldo 'glad to have reached 400 Real Madrid goals'... but official records show he's still on 399 

Cristiano Ronaldo's hat-trick against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night continued his remarkable goalscoring story. The Real Madrid man continues to blast his way through the record books, writing his name into history as he goes. And with three more...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane refuses to take credit for Cristiano Ronaldo's brilliant scoring form

Zinedine Zidane has refused to take the credit for Cristiano Ronaldo’s incredible run of form following his Champions League semi-final hat-trick. Zidane was asked if his ability to tame his monster marksman into sitting out games – Ronaldo has been...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Watson at Usdaw conference: ‘Do not listen to Blair, fight for Labour’

Watson takes a swing at ex-PM and bumbling Boris BRITISH voters should ignore Tony Blair and mobilise for a Labour vote in every constituency, Tom Watson said yesterday. Speaking at retail union Usdaw’s annual delegate meeting yesterday, Jeremy...

 

We’re the kings of Europe for crap jobs

Backward Britain is a soft touch for bad bosses, says TUC’s O’Grady BRITISH workers have suffered the biggest growth in insecure employment out of all the countries of the EU, according to a TUC study published today. Researchers found that Britain...

 

USDAW: Delegates vote down mandatory reselection of MPs

MANDATORY re-selection of Labour MPs was rejected by Usdaw delegates yesterday amid pleas for unity ahead of the general election. The retail union’s conference voted down motions criticising the behaviour of Labour MPs undermining Jeremy Corbyn’s...

 

Venezuela: Maduro begins bid to rewrite constitution

President calls for end to violence as he seeks to push reforms VENEZUELAN President Nicolas Maduro launched a sweeping constitutional reform process on Monday to end the nation’s crisis. Mr Maduro called a national constituent assembly to rewrite the...

 

Greece: Syriza ‘painfully’ yields to EU creditors over pension cuts

GREECE capitulated to eurozone creditors’ demands for more cuts yesterday in return for releasing bailout funds. The Syriza government — elected in 2015 on an antiausterity manifesto — agreed to a new round of pension cuts in 2019. And it committed to...

 


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