News archive from 4 April 2016

Inter Milan 1-2 Torino: Roberto Mancini's side reduced to nine-men before Andrea Belotti nets winner from...

Inter Milan were reduced to nine-men as they suffered a surprise 2-1 comeback defeat by Torino in their Serie A clash at the San Siro. Roberto Mancini's side took the lead through returning captain Mauro Icardi before enduring a miserable second half...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

England centre Manu Tuilagi back to his best to help Leicester save their season

Manu Tuilagi delivered his best performance since 2014 with two tries to help sink Gloucester.  The England centre played a part in two other scores as Leicester came from 27-13 down at Welford Road to win 35-30 and climb back into the top four.  ‘We...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Drug to beat cholesterol without statin side effects: breakthrough treatment could get NHS green light by...

A breakthrough drug can slash levels of bad cholesterol by half without the side effects of statins, according to a major study. Repatha is in a race to become the first cholesterol-busting medication since statins were invented in the 1980s. It is...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 

Junior doctor rallies the TUC crowd for support

A JUNIOR doctor brought trade unionists in Yorkshire to their feet yesterday when he appealed for solidarity in the doctors’ fight with the government. Dr Will Sapwell works in a hospital accident and emergency unit in Sheffield in South Yorkshire. He...

 

BIS office closures ‘expose Osborne’s hypocrisy’

DELEGATES to the TUC Yorkshire and Humberside region in Leeds launched a fresh attack on “hypocritical” Chancellor George Osborne yesterday over the Norther Powerhouse project. Public and Commercial Services union (PCS) delegate Marian Lloyd said that...

 

Funeral for tragic local

FRIENDS and family of murdered shopkeeper Asad Shah gathered for prayers at his funeral service yesterday at the Bait-Ur-Rahman Mosque at the Ahmadiyya Muslim Centre in Glasgow. The 40-year-old was found injured outside his corner shop in the...

 

Colombia: Uribe marchers stir hostility to Santos

by Our Foreign Desk FAR-RIGHT former president Alvaro Uribe led thousands of marchers in more than 20 cities at the weekend to protest against Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos’s attempts to negotiate an end to the country’s half-century...

 

West Africa: As Ebola flares up, WHO drops emergency status

WORLD Health Organisation officials said yesterday that Ebola is no longer an international health emergency, despite a second case being confirmed in Liberia months after it was declared free from transmissions. The five-year-old son of a 30-year-old...

 

Iraq: PM orders probe into claims of high-level oil corruption

IRAQI Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ordered an “immediate” investigation into corruption claims against senior oil officials at the weekend following allegations in the international media. He said that both the anti-corruption commission and the...

 

Trump outs his misogyny

FOR months, US Republican hopeful Donald Trump has vented his spleen at targets he holds responsible for the alleged decline the US. Among his chosen culprits are immigrants, Muslims, liberals, the mass media, the political Establishment and the...

 

Poor young women hold the key to a Labour victory

CHARLEY ALLAN digs through new polling data and finds that Corbyn’s policies can turn around crucial voting blocks ARE you a young working-class woman who can’t quite decide which party to vote for at the next election? If so, you could be holding the...

 

Bleeding funds

Whatever they claim, Cameron and Osborne have reversed all of Labour’s health service investments, writes JOHN LISTER EVEN though George Osborne may claim to have exempted the NHS from outright cuts, his plans since 2010 have involved reducing year by...

 

Incompetence or indifference? It must stop now

The future of steel isn’t just Port Talbot’s problem. Westminster needs to pull its finger out, writes Welsh Labour MP NIA GRIFFITH TODAY members of the Welsh Assembly return to Cardiff, recalled by Labour First Minister Carwyn Jones to discuss the...

 

Wonder Windies Win in Kolkata

Men and women’s sides smash their opponents in World T20 finals by Our Sports Desk ENGLAND suffered last-over heartbreak in the final of the World Twenty20 as Carlos Brathwaite clubbed Ben Stokes for four successive sixes to seal an unforgettable West...

 

Martial tots up United’s 1,000th to claim 3 points

Man Utd 1-0 Everton by Simon Williams at Old Trafford ANTHONY MARTIAL scored Manchester United’s 1,000th Premier League goal at Old Trafford to beat Everton and remain in the race for a top-four finish. Before the game United paid tribute to club...

 


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