News archive from 5 July 2016

‘Orgasm races’ and sex swings – inside Britain’s open-air swinger’s festival

Women masturbate openly in the middle of a field in an ‘orgasm race’ – where the prize is a dildo. Meanwhile, groups of middle-aged men and women have sex in the open air – including one woman who has sex with two men at once in a swing while howling...

Metro, 00:00 in Hot News
 
Carl Frampton fires warning to Leo Santa Cruz: I've learnt from my mistakes... I'm ready

Carl Frampton fires warning to Leo Santa Cruz: I've learnt from my mistakes... I'm ready

The unbeaten Belfast fighter is moving up to featherweight to take on WBA champion Leo Santa Cruz in the US city on July 30. Frampton, 29, jetted out to America yesterday to finish off preparations and acclimatise to the time zone ahead of the summer...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Businesses urge action on EU workers and infrastructure

Businesses urge action on EU workers and infrastructure

Business groups have called on the government to push ahead with infrastructure projects and provide reassurance for EU workers living in the UK following the Brexit vote. Five of the UK's biggest business groups said the policies would provide a...

BBC, 00:04 in Business
 
Junk food TV ads make children hungry and tempted, charity finds

Junk food TV ads make children hungry and tempted, charity finds

Children find junk-food advertising funny and tempting to the extent that one boy told interviewers he could “lick the screen”, according to research by a health charity. A qualitative survey carried out by Cancer Research UK suggests that...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
NHS finance chiefs warn of poorer care and longer waiting times

NHS finance chiefs warn of poorer care and longer waiting times

NHS finance managers warn today that patients are set to experience poorer care, longer waiting times for treatment and greater rationing. A grim outlook for the NHS’s finances is also likely to see many hospitals fail to make savings that ministers...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Woodland commemoration for footballers who fought in First World War

Footballers who went to fight in the First World War are being commemorated in a woodland planted to mark the conflict's centenary. Supporters and clubs from throughout the English league will have the chance to dedicate trees in "team...

 

Brexit 'breathtakingly stupid', says Bond star Christoph Waltz

Bond actor Christoph Waltz has blasted Brexit as "breathtakingly stupid". The Austrian-German actor, who played villain Blofeld in Bond movie Spectre and now stars in The Legend Of Tarzan, said the UK electorate was deliberately misled...

 

Parents’ portion sizes putting toddlers at risk of obesity

Many parents are unwittingly putting their toddlers at risk of obesity as new research reveals around 80 per cent of UK mums and dads are feeding their children more than recommended portion sizes. A survey of more than 1,000 parents also found 10 per...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Health
 

Junk food ads make pupils ‘want to lick TV’

Children said junk food advertising between family programmes was “tempting” and made them want to “lick the screen”, a Cancer Research study of primary school pupils found. Adverts for sweet treats are banned during children’s programmes but...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Health
 

Generous visitors ‘nearly made Dolly the Sheep quite fat’

Dolly the Sheep had to be put on a crash diet after visitors gave her too many treats, according to one of the vets who looked after the famous clone. The female domestic sheep, named after country singer Dolly Parton, became famous around the globe...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Health
 

Conmen 'exploit social media' to fuel 57% surge in identity fraud

The number of victims of identity fraud rose by 57% last year, according to new figures. Experts at Cifas, a service that gathers information from hundreds of financial firms, fear that a lack of awareness about the crime is making it easier for...

 

Queen hails Scots at Palace of Holyroodhouse for public service achievements

The Queen has honoured Scots who have achieved great feats in public service at a reception at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Around 140 people were invited to the reception in the palace's Great Gallery to mark their contribution to society in areas...

 
Celtic WAG Lisa Hague's moving bond with the mum who shared her still birth experience and in turn helped her heal

Celtic WAG Lisa Hague's moving bond with the mum who shared her still birth experience and in turn helped...

WHEN she opened the door and saw a mother in full labour with a stillborn baby, Lisa Hague had to step back for a moment. The charity campaigner had been asked to help console a mum in the maternity ward but did not know the woman was giving birth....

 
21% of NHS finance directors 'believe patient care will deteriorate in 2016/17'

21% of NHS finance directors 'believe patient care will deteriorate in 2016/17'

Concerns centre around growing waiting times, patients' ability to access services and potential cuts to the range of services the NHS will be able to offer. The report, from the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), included the views...

 
Tottenham to up bid for striker: They're confident of getting the deal done

Tottenham to up bid for striker: They're confident of getting the deal done

Dutch paper AD say that the Premier League outfit are now expecting to sign the AZ Alkmaar forward. Spurs's first offer of £15.1m was rejected by AZ but they think a new £16.8m proposal will get the deal done. “I have expressed my choice to the club”...

Daily Star, 00:17 in Sport
 


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