News archive from 4 December 2012, page 11

Awkward silences, interrupted sentences and crewmembers shouting: TOWIE cast fail to impress during chaotic...

It's been a popular show since it launched on ITV2 two years, making celebrities of it's previously unknown castmembers. However, the cast of The Only Way Is Essex failed to impress viewers with a chaotic live episode on Monday night. Set at James...

 

X Factor fever hits No.10 Downing Street as Christopher, James and Jahmene perform at tree lighting ceremony

Prime Minister David Cameron has made no secret he's a fan of The X Factor.So when it came to providing some music at the annual Downing Street tree-lighting ceremony, he looked to the ITV talent show to provide the entertainment. After learning they...

 
'We're having a royal baby!' Cheryl Cole leads celebrity congratulations as Kate and Wills announce they're expecting a child

'We're having a royal baby!' Cheryl Cole leads celebrity congratulations as Kate and Wills announce they're...

They're arguably one of the most well-loved royal couples of all time.So when Kate and William, aka the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, announced on Monday that they were expecting their first baby, stars all over the world were quick to congratulate...

 

I'm dreaming of WAG Christmas: Coleen Rooney shuns maternity wear for mini dress as she joins Alex Gerrard...

We're only a few days into December, but Christmas party season was truly kicked off with a bang.So when Liverpool's popular Cricket boutique hosted their Christmas party on Wednesday night, there was no question the two of England's leading WAGs...

 
Blind China dissident urges Xi follow Myanmar path to reform

Blind China dissident urges Xi follow Myanmar path to reform

The self-taught legal advocate's escape from house arrest in April and subsequent refuge in the U.S. Embassy was deeply embarrassing for China, and led to a diplomatic tussle between the two countries. Chen was allowed to leave China and is studying...

 

Postal workers issue boycott threat

Dec 4 2012 Postal workers could refuse to deliver post sent via anyone other than Royal Mail as part of a campaign to highlight a threat to the UK's universal service, union leaders have warned. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) raised the threat...

 

Scouts consider atheist oath move

Dec 4 2012 Atheists could be welcomed into the Scout movement for the first time in 105 years, the association has said. The movement, led by TV adventurer Bear Grylls, is launching a consultation to see if members would support an alternative Scout...

 

Dentists told not to buy X-ray device

DENTISTS have been warned not to buy a hand-held X-ray machine which exposes patients to ten times the recommended dose of radiation. The cheap imported devices could also pose a significant risk to dentists and dental nurses, health officials said....

Scotsman, 01:46 in Hot News
 
Fears grow that Assad regime will use chemical weapons

Fears grow that Assad regime will use chemical weapons

Concern over the potential use of chemical weapons by the increasingly cornered Syrian government of president Bashar al-Assad is mounting, with both United States and Israeli intelligence sources reporting unusual activity around the country's...

 

Postal workers issue boycott threat

Postal workers could refuse to deliver post sent via anyone other than Royal Mail as part of a campaign to highlight a threat to the UK's universal service, union leaders have warned. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) raised the threat of a...

 

Scouts consider atheist oath move

Atheists could be welcomed into the Scout movement for the first time in 105 years, the association has said. The movement, led by TV adventurer Bear Grylls, is launching a consultation to see if members would support an alternative Scout Promise for...

 

Parental link to young drinkers

Children are almost twice as likely to have been drunk or consuming alcohol every month if their parents are heavy drinkers, a survey has found. The link between the drinking habits of parents and their children's relationship to alcohol was revealed...

 

Study: Children with cancer bullied

Children with cancer are being bullied by their classmates, losing friends and risk falling behind at school, research suggests. The illness can significantly disrupt a child's education as well as their ability to make and keep friends, according to...

 

Osborne set to unveil PFI reforms

A "faster and more transparent" system to lever in private funding for public infrastructure projects is expected to be unveiled by George Osborne on Wednesday, Government sources indicated. The Chancellor will use his Autumn Statement to...

 

The 140mph death race: Two killed in 2.30am crash on M1... then friends in a following car brawl with...

A brawl broke out on a motorway after a "140mph race' that left two dead and six injured. A witness reported seeing two black BMWs speeding along the M1 moments before one clipped the central reservation and bounced off a bridge into the path of...

Daily Mail, 01:53 in Auto
 


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