News archive from 3 May 2018

Dua Lipa is having too much fun being single as she admits her standards for love are set high

Dua Lipa may sing about love and relationships, but she’s having too much fun being single. The singer has opened up about all things love, as she also put the blame squarely (albeit jokingly) on her parents for setting such high expecations about...

Metro, 00:01 in Showbiz
 

Live recreation of Threads, talk by Sir Trevor McDonald and Alexander McQueen film lead 2018 Sheffield...

Nearly 35 years ago, the television drama Threads offered an unforgettably nightmarish vision of the carnage a nuclear strike on Sheffield would have wreaked. Now scriptwriter Barry Hines' documentary-style scenes are to be revived when parts of the...

 
Identifying peanut allergies cheaper and easier with new test

Identifying peanut allergies cheaper and easier with new test

A new blood test could make it much easier and cheaper to identify children with peanut allergies, say scientists. The test, which looks for biomarkers released by mast cells, or white blood cells forming part of the immune system, made a correct...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 
Liverpool make Champions League final ticket announcement, fans will not be happy

Liverpool make Champions League final ticket announcement, fans will not be happy

Liverpool reached the final on a 7-6 aggregate win despite tonight’s 4-2 defeat in the semi-final second leg against Roma. Jurgen Klopp’s side will face Real Madrid, who beat Bayern Munich in the semis, on May 26 in Kiev. But the Reds have been handed...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 

Roma send good luck message to former player Mo Salah after he reaches Champions League final with...

Mo Salah may have left Roma - and helped knock them out the Champions League - but he remains in the heart of the Italian club.  Salah joined Liverpool from Roma last summer in a £36million move, and has been a revelation on Merseyside with his...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
Identifying peanut allergies cheaper and easier with new test

Identifying peanut allergies cheaper and easier with new test

A new blood test could make it much easier and cheaper to identify children with peanut allergies, say scientists. The test, which looks for biomarkers released by mast cells, or white blood cells forming part of the immune system, made a correct...

 
Mother of all blooms: is this what the last common ancestor of flowers looked like?

Mother of all blooms: is this what the last common ancestor of flowers looked like?

Delicate and upturned, with curving petals arranged in threes, it looks like the subject of a Monet painting. In fact, it is what scientists believe the bloom of the last common ancestor of all living flowers looked like. Flowering plants – or...

 
Climate change aid to poor nations lags behind Paris pledges

Climate change aid to poor nations lags behind Paris pledges

Finance for poor countries to help them reduce their greenhouse gas emissions and deal with climate change is lagging behind the promises of rich countries, an Oxfam report finds. While taxpayer-funded finance has increased, and the private sector has...

 
'We've had enough': Calls for scandal-hit Ipswich council to be dissolved

'We've had enough': Calls for scandal-hit Ipswich council to be dissolved

The Queensland government is under mounting pressure to dissolve the scandal-plagued Ipswich city council, with one of its own MPs saying immediate action is needed. Mayor Andrew Antoniolli, elected in August on a platform of integrity and...

 

Rangers seek new investment to fund Steven Gerrard transfer kitty should Liverpool legend become Ibrox boss

Rangers are in talks with potential investors over plans to raise cash for a Steven Gerrard transfer fund. The Ibrox club will continue negotiations with their No 1 target for the manager's post on Thursday. Gerrard wants former Scotland captain Gary...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 
Reality Check: Are journalists increasingly under attack?

Reality Check: Are journalists increasingly under attack?

More than 2,500 journalists have been killed since 1990, and media rights groups warn, ahead of World Press Day on 3 May, of a growing trend of journalists being targeted for the work they do. Monday was one of the most deadly days for journalists,...

BBC, 00:21 in World News
 
Jason Manford begs fans to carry ID as young woman with no identification collapses at show

Jason Manford begs fans to carry ID as young woman with no identification collapses at show

Jason Manford has taken to Twitter to beg fans to carry ID on them after an incident at his recent gig. The comedian was forced to end a show early when a fan in the crowd collapsed 15 minutes before the end. However, as the unconscious woman had...

Metro, 00:22 in Showbiz
 

Frank Lampard says he is close to move into management as he works on qualifications at old club Chelsea:...

Frank Lampard has declared himself ready to move into management once the right opportunity arises. The former England midfielder has been working behind the scenes to complete his coaching qualifications at old club Chelsea as he inches closer to a...

Daily Mail, 00:25 in Sport
 
Frank Lampard: ‘I’ve hardly kicked a ball since I finished and I’ve got no craving to’

Frank Lampard: ‘I’ve hardly kicked a ball since I finished and I’ve got no craving to’

It is easy to imagine that the end of a footballer’s career comes as a massive, debilitating shock, suddenly depriving the player not just of their livelihood but also of routine, friendship, fitness and excitement. A little over a year since that...

Guardian, 00:25 in Sport
 
TalkTalk broadband worst for customer service, says Ofcom

TalkTalk broadband worst for customer service, says Ofcom

TalkTalk has come last for the second year running in a broadband service report released by regulator Ofcom. The company's customers were the least likely to recommend their provider to friends. It scored poorly for reliability and complaints...

BBC, 00:28 in Business
 


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