News archive from 4 April 2017

Coronation Street spoiler: Did Adam Barlow really try to KILL grandad Ken?

Coronation Street spoiler: Did Adam Barlow really try to KILL grandad Ken?

His grandson Adam (played by Samuel Robertson) looked firmly in the frame after he blackmailed Rosie Webster (Helen Flanagan) to be his false alibi on the night of the attack. Rosie was understandably upset by the blackmail but went ahead with it and...

 
Lung cancer treatment holds ‘early promise’ for cure - and could stop disease coming back

Lung cancer treatment holds ‘early promise’ for cure - and could stop disease coming back

Lung cancer is the third most common cancer, with around 130 people being diagnosed every day, according to Cancer Research UK. Now, research into the benefits of intensity-modulated proton therapy (IMPT) has found more than three quarters of patients...

 

Highland book festival facing the axe after Creative Scotland pull funding

It has attracted leading literary figures like James Kelman, Liz Lochhead, Ann Cleeves, Denise Mina and the late Iain Banks to the Highlands. It has attracted leading literary figures like James Kelman, Liz Lochhead, Ann Cleeves, Denise Mina and the...

 

DOO trains: drivers snub a second Southern deal

Aslef members vote to continue long-running dispute with shambolic franchise by Conrad Landin, Industrial Reporter TRAIN drivers on Britain’s most troubled railway rejected a second proposed compromise agreement with bosses yesterday. Aslef members...

 

Met mulling Saudi war crimes probe

May enters grovelling mode as she visits her despotic pals by Steve Sweeney THERESA MAY faces some awkward grovelling on her visit to Saudi Arabia today following confirmation that Scotland Yard is considering launching a war crimes investigation into...

 

Assaulted asylum-seeker starting to make recovery

Nearly £10,000 raised for 17-year-old victim by Peter Lazenby THE 17-year-old asylum-seeker seriously injured a vicious racist assault in south London is beginning to recover, police said yesterday. An online appeal for donations to help him has...

 

World in brief: 4.4.17

Moon chosen by Democratic Party SOUTH KOREA: Opposition leader Moon Jae Win, who advocates improved ties with North Korea, was chosen as the Democratic Party’s candidate to succeed ousted president Park Geun Hye. His nomination boosts his status as...

 

Former CIA boss: Brexit will ‘swim against the tide of history’

The former head of the USA’s Central Intelligence Agency has claimed that the UK will be “swimming against the tide of history” by leaving the EU. John O Brennan, who served as director of the CIA for four years until President Donald Trump’s...

 

Trump: ‘We can handle North Korea’

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump threatened yesterday to act alone if China does not take a tougher stand against North Korea’s nuclear programme. He is due to host Chinese President Xi Jinping at his Florida estate. The two are expected to discuss North...

 

Shelling precedes city attack

SYRIAN government forces intensified their bombardment of opposition-held areas north of the city of Hama yesterday, softening up insurgent bases in preparation for a broad offensive. State media reported that the army had reclaimed the village of...

 

Gibraltar: the EU’s tax haven

Tory willy-waving misses the point when it comes to Gibraltar's dubious place in the European Union GIBRALTAR is making headlines again in Britain, following a couple of years of silence. The last time such a furore was kicked up over the overseas...

 

Theresa May’s price tag on love continues

The Tories’ family immigration rules are irrational, harmful to children and fail even their own justifications for imposing them, writes SONEL MEHTA ON JULY 9 2012 the Tory-Lib Dem coalition government brought in radical new family immigration rules,...

 

WIF urge FA to educate bosses after Moyes’ ‘slap’ threat

The Women in Football group demanded the Football Association “educate” managers yesterday after David Moyes threatened to “slap” a female reporter at the end of an interview. Sunderland boss Moyes took offence at Radio Five Live reporter Vicki...

 

Kirby grateful to make euro squad

England boss Sampson keeps faith in Chelsea striker Fran Kirby vowed to repay Mark Sampson’s faith as her recovery from a long-term knee injury received the perfect boost when she was yesterday named in England’s Euro 2017 squad. The Chelsea striker,...

 

IAAF hacked by Fancy Bears for athletes TUE info

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) was hacked by Fancy Bears, the group that previously attacked the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada). The IAAF said yesterday that it believes the hack “has compromised athletes’ Therapeutic...

 


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