News archive from 7 June 2016

Deadline to register to vote in EU referendum

Deadline to register to vote in EU referendum

Tuesday, June 7, is your last chance to register to vote before the EU referendum on the UK’s membership of the European Union on Thursday June 23. You can vote in the referendum if you are registered to vote in the UK, are 18 or over on 23 June 2016...

 

Muhammad Ali's passing has left boxing in a state of suspended animation as the sport awaits the funeral of...

Boxing is in a state of suspended animation as we await the funeral of its most astounding practitioner. The lull between the passing and the burying is the most mournful for any family.  From last Friday to this coming Friday, the kin-folk of...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Nigel Farage urged to apologise for migrant sex attack remarks

Calls have been made for Nigel Farage to apologise for his sex attack comments, after he suggested women could be at risk from migrants if Britain stays in the EU. Peers Sayeeda Warsi and Doreen Lawrence and Shami Chakrabarti, who chairs Labour's anti...

 

How YOU can stay looking younger for longer: Refuse to wear 'old lady shoes' and eat plenty of berries,...

We want to live long and healthy lives — and we seem to be getting better at it: Public Health England recently reported that the life expectancy in England has risen to its highest level. Since 1960, the average lifespan has increased by about ten...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 
UFC News: Faber open to McGregor fight, Roach on GSP's comeback, Rockhold on Bisping

UFC News: Faber open to McGregor fight, Roach on GSP's comeback, Rockhold on Bisping

Urijah Faber has revealed he is open to having a super-fight with UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor. Speaking ahead of UFC 199, he said: "I've told the UFC brass I want big fights, fights that are going to put money in their pockets and...

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Force food firms to reduce salt and sugar content, charities urge

Force food firms to reduce salt and sugar content, charities urge

Ministers should force food firms to put less salt and sugar in their products, introduce smaller portions and limit their sponsorship of sports events, an alliance of leading health charities has urged. The group also wants GPs to prescribe exercise...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 
Charity calls for new breast cancer drug to be given to UK women

Charity calls for new breast cancer drug to be given to UK women

A breast cancer charity is calling for women in the UK to be given access to a drug that could slow the progress of advanced breast cancer by an extra 10 months compared with current treatment but is not yet licensed in Europe despite being used...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 
Kim Cattrall on her battle with insomnia: 'I was in a void'

Kim Cattrall on her battle with insomnia: 'I was in a void'

The former Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall has spoken of her struggle with the “tsunami” of chronic insomnia that forced her out of a starring role on the London stage. Related: Kim Cattrall pulls out of London play on doctors' advice Cattrall, who...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 
Blood test could identify people who will respond to antidepressants

Blood test could identify people who will respond to antidepressants

Scientists have developed a blood test that could identify which people with depression will respond to treatment so that patients can avoid spending months taking antidepressants that do not help them. The experts involved believe the breakthrough...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 

EU referendum will be neck and neck… if young people vote

The EU referendum could end as a dead heat between Remain and Leave if the difference in turnout between young and old voters mirrors the last year’s general election. New analysis released by PA found that a decisive result on June 23 could depend on...

Metro, 00:07 in Hot News
 

Nigel Farage urged to apologise for migrant sex attack remarks

Calls have been made for Nigel Farage to apologise for his sex attack comments, after he suggested women could be at risk from migrants if Britain stays in the EU. Peers Sayeeda Warsi and Doreen Lawrence and Shami Chakrabarti, who chairs Labour's anti...

 
Serial killer ‘Grim Sleeper’ sentenced to death for murdering 10 women over two decades

Serial killer ‘Grim Sleeper’ sentenced to death for murdering 10 women over two decades

Former bin-man Lonnie Franklin Jr, was found guilty of the offences last month. He shot, strangled and raped his victims before dumping their bodies down alleyways, under mattresses and in rubbish bins in Los Angeles, California. The youngest of the...

 

Chelsea defender Kurt Zouma targeting knee injury comeback by the end of 2016

Kurt Zouma is hopeful he can return to first-team action before the end of the calendar year after suffering a cruciate knee ligament injury. The 21-year-old was left screaming in agony during Chelsea's 1-1 Premier League draw against Manchester...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 
If no-one helps you after a car crash in India, this is why

If no-one helps you after a car crash in India, this is why

When a road accident occurs, bystanders will usually try to help the injured, or at least call for help. In India it's different. In a country with some of the world's most dangerous roads, victims are all too often left to fend for themselves....

BBC, 00:11 in World News
 

Nigel Farage urged to apologise for migrant sex attack remarks

Calls have been made for Nigel Farage to apologise for his sex attack comments, after he suggested women could be at risk from migrants if Britain stays in the EU. Peers Sayeeda Warsi and Doreen Lawrence and Shami Chakrabarti, who chairs Labour's anti...

 


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