News archive from 4 December 2013, page 4

'Every time I eat I look nine months pregnant': Teenager suffers from agonising stomach problem - but...

80 View comments A teenager suffers from a condition that she says makes her look like she is nine months pregnant every time she eats. Rachael Harley has a problem with her digestive system which means her stomach swells and leaves her in tremendous...

Daily Mail, 01:33 in Health
 

'My unborn baby saved my life': Mother who didn't even know she was expecting discovers pregnancy hormones...

3 View comments This is the miracle baby who saved his mother's life - by destroying a cancerous tumour that was growing in her womb. Doctors feared for Nicola Weller's life when they discovered a tumour in her womb after she had complained about a...

Daily Mail, 01:33 in Health
 
Facebook And Twitter Users Given Trial Warning

Facebook And Twitter Users Given Trial Warning

Facebook and Twitter users will be shown previously unpublished legal notes to stop them inadvertently breaking the law by commenting on court cases online. Attorney General Dominic Grieve QC said the advisories, which have previously been issued only...

 
Photos Released Of Young Queen In 1940s Pantos

Photos Released Of Young Queen In 1940s Pantos

Pictures of the Queen performing in costume in private Royal pantomimes as a teenager are going up for auction. The photos show a 15-year-old Princess Elizabeth taking on roles at Windsor Castle alongside her younger sister Margaret. In December 1941...

 

Here's something to cheer you up Cook! England captain and team-mate Anderson up for top award

England captain Alastair Cook and fast bowler James Anderson have been named on the six-man short-list for the ICC Cricketer of the Year award for 2013. The England duo are joined on the list of nominations by South Africa's Hashim Amla, Australia's...

Daily Mail, 01:36 in Sport
 
Eurostar: Government's 40% Stake Up For Sale

Eurostar: Government's 40% Stake Up For Sale

The Government is to sell its 40% stake in Eurostar as part of a plan to privatise £20bn of financial and corporate assets by 2020. The announcement is contained in the new national infrastructure plan (NIP) which sets out over £375bn of planned...

 

What's better at waking you up - coffee of exercise? Writer discovers 30 seconds of push-ups are more...

25 View comments Millions of us reach for a coffee at least once a day to boost our alertness and counter flagging energy levels. But what if there was a free alternative that worked even better? Writer Gregory Ferenstein believes he has the answer -...

Daily Mail, 01:42 in Health
 

Vincent Simone and Matthew Wright are the third and fourth contestant to be voted out of I'm A Celebrity 2013

45 View comments Vincent Simone and Matthew Wright are the third and fourth people to be voted out of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! The two celebrities received the least amount of votes, and the campsite was shocked to see two of their camp...

 

Jump in needless A&E admissions as new figures show HALF of cases do not need medical treatment

Nearly half of all patients who go to A&E do not need treatment, shocking new figures reveal. About a third merely need medical advice while 13 per cent do not even require that. As casualty departments are braced for a winter crisis, many...

Daily Mail, 02:01 in Health
 

MARKET REPORT: Housebuilder Taylor Wimpey set for promotion back into Footsie

Champagne corks should be popping at the High Wycombe headquarters of Taylor Wimpey next Wednesday when one of Britain's biggest housebuilders wins promotion back into the Footsie. The shares yesterday eased 2.1p to 104p in sympathy with the general...

 

Former England rugby union legend Lawrence Dallaglio among guests at annual ICAP Global Charity Day

Lawrence Dallaglio and Holly Willoughby (pictured) were among the guests at the star studded annual ICAP Global Charity Day in central London. The ex-England rugby star and the TV presenter were among the great and the good who took to the trading...

 

Numis hails booming confidence in stock markets among firms and investors as profits soar more than five-fold

Numis hailed booming confidence in stock markets among firms and investors as its profits soared more than five-fold. The blue-chip stockbroker and investment bank said a record level of activity drove profits up 451 per cent in the year to the end of...

 

Government wades into legal saga surrounding BP and Gulf of Mexico oil spill

The Government waded into the legal saga surrounding BP and the Gulf of Mexico oil spill last night. On a day when the oil giant had already won a legal victory over bogus compensation claims, it received a second boost when government lawyers slammed...

 

David Cameron speaks out in support of embattled drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline on trade mission to China

David Cameron has spoken out in support of embattled drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline while on this week's trade mission to China. The firm is being investigated for alleged bribery in the country. The Prime Minister said: "All I'll say is that from...

 

Autumn Statement should be moment of triumph for George Osborne but Chancellor curiously finds himself on...

Tomorrow the Chancellor will deliver his to the House of Commons. It should be a moment of triumph for George Osborne as every part of the economy powers ahead, Britain becomes the fastest growing of the advanced nations and the fiscal deficit (the...

 


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