News archive from 5 November 2015

José Mourinho lauds Chelsea fans’ ‘unforgettable’ support after win

An emotional José Mourinho praised the vociferous show of support offered by Chelsea’s fans on Wednesday night, claiming “this is my moment” as his team overcame Dynamo Kyiv 2-1 to record a second win in nine matches and offer the ailing Premier...

Guardian, 00:04 in Sport
 
Scotland's doctors call for increased investment

Scotland's doctors call for increased investment

Doctors' leaders have called for "significantly increased investment" to address the increasing gap between demand and resources in Scotland's NHS. In its manifesto for the 2016 Holyrood election, BMA Scotland today said the current model is...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Health
 

Liverpool transfer news: Mauro Icardi eyed, Marc-Andre ter Stegen wanted, Steven Gerrard return - reports

Jurgen Klopp’s reign at Liverpool is in full flow now. He’s got his first win as manager, recorded a brilliant victory over Chelsea and has now had sufficient time to assess his squad and the options within it. Like any newly-appointed manager, Klopp...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 

Manchester United transfer news: Victor Valdes exit, Cristiano Ronaldo reveal, Mario Gomez eyed - reports

Manchester United got their season back on track against CSKA Moscow on Tuesday - but Louis van Gaal's under no illusions about the quality of his squad. The Dutchman's spent around £250million since taking over at Old Trafford but he still needs some...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 
Flippin' fantastic: Bumper year for marine life sightings in Scotland including whales and dolphins

Flippin' fantastic: Bumper year for marine life sightings in Scotland including whales and dolphins

IT’S been bumper year for marine life off Scotland’s west coast with record-breaking sightings and a minke whale baby boom, according to research. More than 720 dolphins were spotted at 63 locations – more than double the total when records began 12...

 

CPS fined £200,000 over stolen videos of sex victims' tearful police interviews

The Crown Prosecution Service has been fined £200,000 by watchdogs after videos of police interviews with tearful sex abuse victims were stolen in a burglary. One of the cases involved a "high-profile individual" - thought to refer to Jimmy...

 

Robot revolution: rise of machines could displace a third of UK jobs

A “robot revolution” will transform the global economy over the next 20 years, cutting the costs of doing business but exacerbating social inequality, as machines take over everything from caring for the elderly to flipping burgers, according to a new...

 

San Francisco voters reject proposition to restrict Airbnb rentals

Airbnb has claimed “a victory for the middle class” in San Francisco after voters rejected proposals to restrict short-term vacation rentals. The campaign over Proposition F, or the “Airbnb initiative”, represented a characteristic split between San...

 
Kraft Heinz to close plants and cuts jobs

Kraft Heinz to close plants and cuts jobs

Image copyright Getty Images Food giant Kraft Heinz is closing seven factories and cutting 2,600 jobs in North America in an effort to reduce costs. The cuts are in addition to the 2,500 workers in the region the company announced it would let go in...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

'Binge-watch' declared 2015's word of the year

“Binge-watch” has been named word of the year by Collins, after our relentless consumption of shows such as House of Cards and Breaking Bad led its usage to increase by 200% last year. Lexicographers at Collins monitor word usage across all media,...

 
Record number of minke whales spotted in Scotland

Record number of minke whales spotted in Scotland

Scotland's ocean giants could be experiencing a baby boom as record numbers of young minke whales have been spotted off the west coast this year. Scientists believe the findings could signal a significant increase in the local population, or possibly...

 

George Osborne can find £4.4bn without cutting tax credits, says thinktank

George Osborne should abandon his planned cuts to tax credits and look for the £4.4bn in revenue elsewhere, according to the Resolution Foundation. The thinktank was one of the first to warn of the political damage cuts that tax credits could inflict...

Guardian, 00:12 in Politics
 
Bendgate is back: Video reveals just how easy it is to bend Google's Nexus 6P

Bendgate is back: Video reveals just how easy it is to bend Google's Nexus 6P

Apple isn't the only one who has been hit by a 'bendgate' scandal.  Last week, the integrity of Google's Nexus 6P came into question when a viral video revealed how easy it was to bend. Since then, a number of experts have suggested that the bend test...

 
The biggest thing in the universe: Astronomers spot gigantic 'galaxy gathering' 8.5bn light years away

The biggest thing in the universe: Astronomers spot gigantic 'galaxy gathering' 8.5bn light years away

Astronomers have discovered a giant gathering of galaxies in a very remote part of the universe, thanks to NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope and Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). The galaxy cluster, located 8.5 billion light-years away, is the...

 

Chelsea ready to grab transfer of Chelsea's Charly Musonda - report

Arsenal are waiting in the wings to sign Chelsea's Charly Musonda with the star likely to quit Stamford Bridge, according to reports. Musonda, 19, is one of Chelsea's biggest talents, but the path from the Blues' academy to the first-team squad is a...

Metro, 00:13 in Sport
 


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