News archive from 4 January 2017

Erectile dysfunction CURE: Heat-activated penis implant could help men in the bedroom

Erectile dysfunction CURE: Heat-activated penis implant could help men in the bedroom

The condition affects around 40 per cent of men aged between 40 and 70, but a new implant, which remains flaccid at body temperature but stiffens when heated, could be the answer men suffering with the problem have been looking for.  The implant is...

 
How much fish should you eat each week? Calculator shows how many TOXINS you are ingesting

How much fish should you eat each week? Calculator shows how many TOXINS you are ingesting

A new fish calculator can now determine if the amount of salmon you’re eating each week is safe.  While experts consider seafood to be a healthy option, with its high levels of proteins, vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids, it is also known to put humans...

 

Farage aide faces 20-year jail term for fraud

AN AIDE to Nigel Farage faces a 20-year prison sentence in the US for fraud following an FBI sting operation. George Cottrell, 22, was caught when he agreed to launder money for undercover agents who posed as drug traffickers on the “dark web.” He was...

 

British ambassador to the EU quits unexpectedly

THE British ambassador to the EU yesterday quit his post just months before Brexit negotiations are set to begin. The surprise move by Sir Ivan Rogers comes after reports that he had privately warned ministers that a final post-Brexit trade deal could...

 

British singer wants to perform Strange Fruit

BRITISH singer Rebecca Ferguson announced yesterday that she will only perform at Donald Trump’s inauguration if she can sing one of the US’s most famous anti-racist songs — Strange Fruit. Ms Ferguson — who rose to fame as a runner-up in X-Factor in...

 

Brazil: Inmates face high security after jail slaughter

BRAZIL’S Amazonas state governor Jose Melo declared yesterday that inmates responsible for killing 56 rivals at a state prison will be transferred to high security federal institutions in addition to being prosecuted. Many of those slain were beheaded...

 

South Korea: Contemptuous Park opts not to testify in court

SOUTH KOREAN President Park Geun Hye refused to testify in her impeachment trial yesterday, prompting prosecutors to ask why she denies charges of corruption outside court but will not do so inside. The Constitutional Court asked her to testify...

 

Philippines: Russian navy visit to Manila aims to win Duterte’s heart

TWO Russian navy ships arrived in Manila yesterday for a goodwill visit to Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who seeks to bolster ties with Moscow. Rear Admiral Eduard Mikhailov, deputy commander of Russia’s Pacific fleet, said that a wide range...

 

No lurch to the right

DISTRESSING though Labour’s polling may be, shadow housing secretary John Healey is right to point out that giving up on forming a government is not the answer. The Fabian Society may believe that seeking to build a coalition with smaller parties is a...

 

Could a dangerous campaign against Russia spin out of control?

Modern-day Russophobia seeks to blame ‘the Russians’ for many of the problems the US faces, writes John Wojcik The announcement by the Obama administration of new sanctions against Russia for its alleged attack on the US democratic election process...

 

Journalism on trial in Turkey

Voices of dissent under an increasingly dictatorial regime are being silenced at an alarming rate in a country responsible for a third of the world’s total jailed journalists. STEVE SWEENEY reports THE arrest of prominent investigative journalist...

 

Nationalisation was the fulfilment of a dream

With the closure of Kellingley colliery in December 2015, an industry disappeared. Granville Williams explores the events surrounding coal nationalisation 70 years ago VESTING day for the National Coal Board (NCB) was Wednesday January 1 1947. Blue...

 

Football fans had no respect for Bradley

The former Swansea boss was never out of his depth, believes KADEEM SIMMONDS When Swansea appointed Garry Monk in 2014, a player who had never managed a team in his life up until that point, there was deafening silence from the media about how...

 

Bulls to continue despite liquidation

Bradford will be allowed to compete in the Championship Bradford will be allowed to continue in the 2017 Championship despite going into liquidation yesterday, the Rugby Football League has announced. The Bulls officially ceased trading and the club’s...

 

Clement tasked with keeping Swansea up

Paul Clement was appointed as Swansea’s new head coach yesterday. Clement chose to leave his role as Carlo Ancelotti’s assistant at Bayern Munich to take over a Swansea side bottom of the Premier League. The 44-year-old former Derby boss signed a...

 


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