News archive from 3 November 2013

'Ferguson tried to keep Wayne out of the World Cup'! Sir Alex screamed into the phone, claims ex-England...

Sir Alex Ferguson tried to stop Wayne Rooney playing for England at the 2006 World Cup, according to claims in a new autobiography by former national team manager Sven Goran Eriksson. Eriksson alleges that Ferguson promised to "make my life very...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Justin Bieber 'caught sneaking out of brothel covered by bedsheets' in Brazil while on his Believe world tour

61 View comments He caused 'Biebermania' when making an appearance from his hotel room in Brazil on Friday. But now, Justin Bieber is garnering attention for a different reason. PageSix reports that on Friday, Justin was seen sneaking out of a brothel...

 

A cut-out too far! TOWIE star Abi Clarke misses the mark in skintight dress with bizarrely placed missing...

Dresses with sexy cut-outs have been a wardrobe staple for more than a few months. But TOWIE starlet Abi Clarke missed the mark in her take on the trend on Saturday night, as she attended an awards ceremony in a dress with bizarrely placed missing...

 

She's a (disco) diva! Nicole Scherzinger opts for huge hair and a VERY low-cut dress on The X Factor

She's no stranger to being labelled a diva. But Nicole Scherzinger was a disco diva on The X Factor on Saturday night, in every sense of the title. The 35-year-old singer opted for huge curly hair and a sparkling low-cut dress to mark Disco Night on...

 

Elizabeth Hurley's wedding's back on...just don't mention Shane's mystery mobile

Elizabeth Hurley's wedding to Shane Warne is back on after their temporary split - which The Mail on Sunday can reveal was sparked by the discovery of a mysterious mobile phone among the ex-cricketer's luggage. A source revealed that Liz, 48, was...

 
Daytime TV viewers deserve decent drama too, says Sanjeev Bhaskar

Daytime TV viewers deserve decent drama too, says Sanjeev Bhaskar

Sanjeev Bhaskar in The Indian Doctor, which he said was 'challenging' to make on a small, daytime TV, budget. Photograph: BBC Cymru Wales Daytime television is generally regarded as cheap, schedule-filling fodder for housewives and the retired, but...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
The Scottsboro Boys; The Middlemarch Trilogy: Dorothea's Story; Raving – review

The Scottsboro Boys; The Middlemarch Trilogy: Dorothea's Story; Raving – review

‘A hotline-to-heaven of a voice’: Kyle Scatliffe (right) heads the cast of The Scottsboro Boys at the Young Vic. Photograph: Tristram Kenton Nine black boys in Alabama in 1931 were falsely convicted of raping two white women. The case of The...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Guy Lodge's DVDs and downloads

Guy Lodge's DVDs and downloads

Monsters University: a victim of Pixar's own high standards. Photograph: Pixar The start of November may seem early to be talking about Christmas shopping – or three months late, according to some tinsel-happy supermarket managers – but it's evidently...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 

James Arthur: James Arthur – review

Buy it from Buy the CD Download as MP3 James Arthur James Arthur Syco 2013 On this debut contractual obligation to Simon Cowell, X Factor winner James Arthur sounds exactly like an X Factor winner. That is, unsubtle, unrelentingly emoting and singing...

Guardian, 00:11 in Showbiz
 
Children will thrive with full access to the great outdoors

Children will thrive with full access to the great outdoors

Children playing outdoors in autumn. Many don't have the chance to do this. Photograph: Grady Reese/Corbis Rachel Cooke's article ("The open spaces where we played are cruelly lost to today's children", Comment), rightly draws attention to...

Guardian, 00:21 in Health
 

Supermarkets are driven by profits, not the urge to keep us healthy

Illustration by David Foldvari. For as long as I can remember, there have been sweets next to the tills at supermarkets. It was my first experience of retail guile. "Never mind that trolley full of boring stuff you need, like bleach and runner...

Guardian, 00:21 in Health
 
How the 'thigh gap' became the latest pressure point on a woman's self-image

How the 'thigh gap' became the latest pressure point on a woman's self-image

Model Robyn Lawley, who has appeared on the cover of Vogue, was condemned on social media for not having a 'thigh gap'. Photograph: Jon Gorrigan for the Observer She may have modelled for Ralph Lauren and appeared on the cover of Vogue Italia, but...

Guardian, 00:21 in Health
 

The pom pom workout: A silly hobby for schoolgirls? No, cheerleaders are fitter than the athletes...

Cheerleading? Pah! It's a pastime for softies and schoolgirls, a kitsch parade of pom poms, tinsel and all-American grins. It's not a real workout. At least, that's what I thought until I was invited to train with The ROAR, the dauntingly named...

Daily Mail, 00:37 in Health
 

Mitchell police face new IPCC probe

Officers accused of giving misleading accounts of a meeting with former chief whip Andrew Mitchell are facing a new watchdog investigation and will be hauled back before MPs to apologise for evidence they gave to an influential committee. Police...

 

Britain's CBI ups 2014 GDP growth forecast to 2.4 percent

"The recovery that started in the service sector has fanned out to manufacturing and construction, and is shaping up to be more broad-based," said CBI Director-General John Cridland. Many economists have revised up their growth forecasts in...

Reuters, 00:42 in Business
 


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