News archive from 6 January 2014

My cardy had colour, personality and positive energy so it suited me perfectly... my close encounter with a...

Martin 'Mad Dog' Allen returns with the latest instalment of his new weekly column for MailOnline Sport. The former Gillingham boss does not hold back with his views on current issues in football. In this week's column, Martin talks about his...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 
Investors 'could be more reticent' on UK debt

Investors 'could be more reticent' on UK debt

The UK could find it harder to convince investors to buy its debt in the years ahead, the head of the office that issues the government's bonds has said. The next couple of years could potentially be a "little more challenging" because of...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
Train fares 'eat into savings' from moving from London

Train fares 'eat into savings' from moving from London

Some commuters who move to cheaper accommodation outside London may not be saving as much as they think. New research suggests that around half of such savings are immediately eaten into by the cost of train fares, which rose by an average of 2.8%...

BBC, 00:15 in Business
 
Evernote to focus on fixing bugs after complaints

Evernote to focus on fixing bugs after complaints

Evernote has promised to focus on tackling stability problems rather than adding new features after complaints about its record-keeping apps. Founder Phil Libin acknowledged that the release of an app for Apple's iOS 7 had proved particularly...

 

Holyfield sparks anger with 'homophobic' comments on Celebrity Big Brother

Evander Holyfield sparked a Twitter storm on Sunday night when he classed homosexuality as a disability and claimed it could be 'fixed'. The former four-time heavyweight champion of the world made the comments during his stay in the Celebrity Big...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 

We must take action! Carberry, Bresnan, Panesar, Tremlett and Bairstow should NEVER play Test cricket again...

England face a searching examination as they begin the build-up to the next series against the old enemy in just 18 months. Sportsmail assesses what comes next. The need for stability There is no point sacking the best coach England have ever had,...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 

Lottery companies cash in as China raises bet on punters

"I haven't won yet. Hopefully one day. But for now, it doesn't matter because the money goes to charity," Shen said in the brightly lit store on a busy road in Shenzhen, a booming metropolis just north of Hong Kong. Half a world away in New...

Reuters, 00:24 in Business
 
The Swedish bank boss who likes to do things differently

The Swedish bank boss who likes to do things differently

Anders Bouvin is the boss of the most successful bank you've probably never heard of. And he, like the bank he runs, will challenge your preconceptions. For starters, this African-born, Swedish chief executive, of Handelsbanken's growing UK operation,...

BBC, 00:24 in Business
 

Osborne, eyeing 2015 election, to stress job not done on budget

But he will also highlight how the government has lowered income taxes for many earners and frozen fuel duties as part of his long-term plans for the economy, which staged a surprise recovery in 2013 but remains smaller than before the financial...

Reuters, 00:33 in Business
 

Watchdog slams Deutsche Bank for Libor probe response - report

BaFin launched a probe last year on which it is working with the Bundesbank and accountant Ernst & Young ERNY.UL, delving into suspected misconduct by individual traders and their counterparts at other banks. "The Ernst & Young report...

Reuters, 00:33 in Business
 
Hull 'Explosives' Find: Boy Among Three Held

Hull 'Explosives' Find: Boy Among Three Held

A 15-year-old boy and two adults have been arrested after suspected explosive substances were found at a house in Hull. Army bomb disposal experts were called to the terraced council property in Kilnsea Grove, in the east of the city, on Sunday along...

 

Italy's former centre-left leader Bersani suffers brain haemorrhage

Bersani appeared set to become Italy's prime minister ahead of elections in February 2013, but all changed when his party did not win enough seats to govern alone and the former communist failed to pull a coalition together. He resigned as leader of...

 

Liverpool boss Rodgers watches MK Dons starlet Alli shine in FA Cup thriller with Wigan

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was amongst those in attendance at the FA Cup clash between holders Wigan and MK Dons to run the rule over 17-year-old midfielder Dele Alli. 'I know Brendan quite well and we speak about different players all the...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

England to go easy on Cook and Flower as ECB prepare review into Ashes failure

The internal ECB review into the shambolic Ashes surrender will include each player and all support staff giving their comments about this dismal tour. And their feedback, to be collated by new England managing director Paul Downton, will need to be...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 

'I tried to sign Lewandowski but he was always going to Bayern', says Wenger as Arsenal boss admits...

Arsene Wenger has admitted he tried to sign Robert Lewandowski before he quit Borussia Dortmund for Bayern Munich. Lewandowski signed a five year contract with the European champions on Saturday and will officially join Pep Guardiola's team on a five...

Daily Mail, 00:43 in Sport
 


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