News archive from 6 August 2013, page 8

TV backpacking adventure for Daley

Olympic diving star Tom Daley is swapping backflips for backpacks as he heads around the world for a new TV series. The bronze medallist is to head off for an adventure with his best friend Sophie Lee for the series in which he takes a whistle-stop...

 

Junior doctors raise time concerns

Almost three quarters of junior doctors feel that they are so rushed off their feet they do not have time to properly care for patients, a poll suggests. Seventy-three per cent of trainee hospital doctors said that they did not have enough time to...

 

Warning over high charity wages

Disproportionate salaries for charity executives risk bringing the wider charitable world into disrepute, the Charity Commission's chairman has warned. William Shawcross said it is a matter for trustees to decide if high wages are appropriate and fair...

 

Coalition 'costs workers £6,660'

The amount of money working people will have lost in real terms under coalition rule would be enough to pay for the average family weekly shop for a year-and-a-half, shadow Treasury minister Chris Leslie said. Taking into account inflation, workers...

 

Junior doctors raise time concerns

Almost three quarters of junior doctors feel that they are so rushed off their feet they do not have time to properly care for patients, a poll suggests. Seventy-three per cent of trainee hospital doctors said that they did not have enough time to...

 

Warning over high charity wages

Disproportionate salaries for charity executives risk bringing the wider charitable world into disrepute, the Charity Commission's chairman has warned. William Shawcross said it is a matter for trustees to decide if high wages are appropriate and fair...

 

Junior doctors raise time concerns

Almost three quarters of junior doctors feel that they are so rushed off their feet they do not have time to properly care for patients, a poll suggests. Seventy-three per cent of trainee hospital doctors said that they did not have enough time to...

 

Football man hurt by police horse

A football steward appeared to be trampled by a police horse following a pitch invasion at the end of the Capital One Cup game between Preston North End and Blackpool. The steward, wearing a hi-vis jacket, was on the Deepdale pitch helping clear fans...

 

BA flight to Hong Kong turns back

A British Airways jumbo jet heading to Hong Kong has returned to Heathrow Airport after developing a "minor technical problem". The packed Boeing 747, with 298 passengers plus 16 flight and cabin crew on board, took off at 6.20pm on Monday...

 

TV backpacking adventure for Daley

Olympic diving star Tom Daley is swapping backflips for backpacks as he heads around the world for a new TV series. The bronze medallist is to head off for an adventure with his best friend Sophie Lee for the series in which he takes a whistle-stop...

 

Coalition 'costs workers £6,660'

The amount of money working people will have lost in real terms under coalition rule would be enough to pay for the average family weekly shop for a year-and-a-half, shadow Treasury minister Chris Leslie said. Taking into account inflation, workers...

 

Warning over high charity wages

Disproportionate salaries for charity executives risk bringing the wider charitable world into disrepute, the Charity Commission's chairman has warned. William Shawcross said it is a matter for trustees to decide if high wages are appropriate and fair...

 

Junior doctors raise time concerns

Almost three quarters of junior doctors feel that they are so rushed off their feet they do not have time to properly care for patients, a poll suggests. Seventy-three per cent of trainee hospital doctors said that they did not have enough time to...

 

TV backpacking adventure for Daley

Olympic diving star Tom Daley is swapping backflips for backpacks as he heads around the world for a new TV series. The bronze medallist is to head off for an adventure with his best friend Sophie Lee for the series in which he takes a whistle-stop...

 

Coalition 'costs workers £6,660'

The amount of money working people will have lost in real terms under coalition rule would be enough to pay for the average family weekly shop for a year-and-a-half, shadow Treasury minister Chris Leslie said. Taking into account inflation, workers...

 


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