News archive from 3 November 2015

Large companies could face £20m fines for corporate manslaughter

Major companies convicted of corporate manslaughter will face fines of up to £20m under new sentencing guidelines. The guidelines, to be unveiled by the Sentencing Council on Tuesday, suggest that judges should impose fines in relation to the size of...

Guardian, 00:01 in Health
 
Secrets of an A-list body: How to get Meryl Streep's toned legs 

Secrets of an A-list body: How to get Meryl Streep's toned legs 

We reveal how to get the enviable physiques of the stars.  This week: Meryl Streep's legs. Meryl Streep manages to maintain toned legs without being a slave to the gym.  The 66-year-old actress swims three or four times a week, logging up to a mile a...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
When 'nappy rash' is really the sign of an allergy: Baby wipes, cleaning sprays and even potty training seats could be to blame

When 'nappy rash' is really the sign of an allergy: Baby wipes, cleaning sprays and even potty training...

Like every mum, I was looking forward to getting my daughter potty trained. With another baby on the way, I was keen to avoid lugging around two lots of nappies, and Daphne, then two, was showing all the right signs. I stocked up on Peppa Pig pants, a...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
ME AND MY OPERATION: This prostate test during your op can spare a man's love life

ME AND MY OPERATION: This prostate test during your op can spare a man's love life

More than 6,000 men a year undergo surgery for prostate cancer. A new technique can help reduce the risk of nerve damage and impotence. Bob Richmond, 47, a commercial manager who lives with his wife and two children in Hertfordshire, had the operation...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Health
 
Protester shot dead after Nepal police station attack

Protester shot dead after Nepal police station attack

Police shot at ethnic protesters who attacked a police station with petrol bomb and stones on Nepal's southern border, killing an Indian man who was among the attackers, Nepalese officials said. Police official Raju Bahadur Shrestha said six officers...

 
World must respect election victory, says Erdogan

World must respect election victory, says Erdogan

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has hailed a big victory for his ruling party in the country's parliamentary election and demanded that the world respect the result. The ruling Justice and Development Party, or AKP, secured a stunning victory...

 

Australian PM scraps knights and dames titles

Australia is dumping the titles "knights" and "dames" - again. The government had scratched the honorary titles, granted for public service, in 1986 as anachronisms. But former prime minister Tony Abbott revived them a year ago...

 
Bucharest nightclub fire: Three owners arrested

Bucharest nightclub fire: Three owners arrested

Image copyright AP Three owners of a nightclub in Romania where 31 people died in a fire on Friday have been arrested for suspected manslaughter, prosecutors say. The men were questioned for several hours about the Bucharest blaze, which started when...

BBC, 00:03 in World News
 

Obama to ban criminal history section on some government job applications

Barack Obama announced he would “ban the box” of criminal history questions on some government job applications, praising former inmates who had reintegrated with society and saying “it’s not too late” to break the cycles of the American justice...

 

Trying to change the world at Junket un-conference where PowerPoint is banned

The first rule of “fuck-up club”, we are told, is that you absolutely must tell everybody about it. So here goes. Two hundred people, milling about in a room at a Canberra hotel for a three-day “action-fest” known as Junket, are urged on the first...

 

Is there any way Radamel Falcao can save his Chelsea career?

Radamel Falcao used to be recognised as one of the best strikers in the world. However, those days seem a long time ago. The 29-year-old is no at Chelsea, where it appears he has failed to establish himself as a viable back up option to Diego Costa....

Metro, 00:04 in Sport
 

How Arsenal's Nacho Monreal has become the most under-rated player in the Premier League

All eyes have been on Arsenal in recent weeks as fans and pundits begin to wonder whether the Gunners have what it takes to win the Premier League. One player has stayed out of the public eye though is full-back Nacho Monreal. The Spaniard is quite...

Metro, 00:04 in Sport
 
Whisky firm raises a glass to Clydesdale funding deal

Whisky firm raises a glass to Clydesdale funding deal

Independent blender and spirits merchant Edinburgh Whisky is looking to expand its product line-up after securing funding from Clydesdale Bank. The venture, which was only launched in August, is already planning to grow with new single cask offerings...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Business
 
Scotland bucks UK export slump in third quarter

Scotland bucks UK export slump in third quarter

The UK's export drive risks moving into "reverse gear" with firms reporting falling confidence, and their lowest export growth for more than six years, according to a new report published today by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Business
 
Spanish football expert: Arsenal ace Theo Walcott to Barcelona? That’s complete rubbish

Spanish football expert: Arsenal ace Theo Walcott to Barcelona? That’s complete rubbish

That's according to Spanish football expert Guillem Balague, who has shot down transfer speculation linking the Gunners ace with a switch to Spain. Reports recently have said that Barcelona are weighing up a stunning move for Walcott. *** 25 STARS...

Daily Star, 00:09 in Sport
 


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