News archive from 3 October 2016

Rory McIlroy: Ryder Cup result disappointing for Europe but good for golf

Europe's star man Rory McIlroy admits his first Ryder Cup loss hurts but accepts it may have been what the event needed to keep it interesting. The Northern Irishman not only suffered overall defeat after three successive wins but was also beaten in...

Belper News, 00:04 in Sport
 

RPT-Wall St Week Ahead-A Deutsche Bank settlement overshadows U.S. equities

(Repeats story first published Friday with no changes to text) By Rodrigo Campos Deutsche Bank will likely cast a pall over equity markets next week as the largest German lender navigates a possible multi-billion dollar settlement with the U.S....

 

We're a team now... I couldn't be more proud, says USA captain Davis Love after Ryder Cup victory over Europe

USA captain Davis Love saluted his players on Sunday night after routing the Europeans to win the Ryder Cup for the first time in eight years.  ‘I couldn’t be more proud of this team who came together almost like we were a family,’ said Love,...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera should have been sent off for his dangerous high tackle on Joe...

Former Premier League referee and former Graham Poll gives his take on the major talking points from the weekend. Here he looks at whether Bobby Madley was right to give Manchester United midfielder a yellow card for his tackle on Joe Allen. The...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Search widened for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague

Police have widened their search for an RAF serviceman who has been missing for more than a week amid fears he may have been kidnapped. Corrie McKeague, 23, was last seen in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, in the early hours of September 24. Searches have...

 
Tube strike ballot over job cuts announced

Tube strike ballot over job cuts announced

Workers on the London Underground are to be balloted on strike action amid a row over job cuts. The Rail, Maritime and Transport union said almost 900 jobs have been cut while passenger numbers keep going up. It accused Tube bosses of compromising...

BBC, 00:13 in Regional
 
The real life Horrible Histories

The real life Horrible Histories

A new book, The Tudor Murder Files, reveals the 16th-century’s most shocking homicides including real-life murder mysteries worthy of Agatha Christie.  Here we reveal six cases that rocked Tudor society and chart some of the brutal punishments that...

 
The magpie that saved a family

The magpie that saved a family

Sam Bloom fell into a deep depression after a fall from a roof terrace during a family holiday left her paralysed from the chest down. But help was to come from an unexpected source - a magpie chick which had fallen from its nest. When the family took...

BBC, 00:15 in World News
 
'Slave labour' in the prisons of eastern Ukraine

'Slave labour' in the prisons of eastern Ukraine

Human rights activists in eastern Ukraine say they have evidence that slave labour camps reminiscent of Soviet gulags are operating in rebel-controlled areas. A newly published report alleges that 5,000 people in the self-declared Luhansk People's...

BBC, 00:15 in World News
 
Government announces schemes to accelerate home building

Government announces schemes to accelerate home building

At the Conservative conference in Birmingham, Chancellor Philip Hammond and Communities Secretary Sajid Javid set out details of a Home Building Fund using £3 billion of previously-announced cash to provide loans to stimulate projects, as well as a £2...

 
His royal flyness - Prince George takes seaplane controls

His royal flyness - Prince George takes seaplane controls

George was taken into the cockpit after the plane had carried the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and their children from Victoria, British Columbia, to Vancouver where a Canadian military jet flew them to the UK. The three-year-old future king had left...

 

Former Liverpool and West Ham defender Rigobert Song fighting for his life after suffering a stroke

Former Liverpool, West Ham United and Cameroon defender Rigobert Song is reportedly fighting for his life after being rushed to hospital in Yaounde. The 40-year-old is the uncle of former Arsenal, West Ham and Charlton midfielder Alex. The head coach...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 

Government announces schemes to accelerate home building

Government ministers have announced schemes totalling £5 billion designed to speed up the construction of tens of thousands of homes. At the Conservative conference in Birmingham, Chancellor Philip Hammond and Communities Secretary Sajid Javid set out...

 

His royal flyness - Prince George takes seaplane controls

Prince George appears to have inherited his father's love of flying after he jumped at the chance to take the controls of a seaplane - once it had landed. George was taken into the cockpit after the plane had carried the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge...

 
Theresa May warns Scotland that there's no opt-out from Brexit

Theresa May warns Scotland that there's no opt-out from Brexit

THERESA May has set herself on a collision course with Nicola Sturgeon by vowing there will be no Scottish “opt-out” 
from Brexit. As the Prime Minister announced formal talks on leaving the EU will begin by March next year, she slammed Sturgeon’s...

 


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