News archive from 7 September 2013

Kompany a serious doubt for crunch Manchester derby as groin injury could keep him out until October

Vincent Kompany is a doubt for the Manchester derby later this month after reports suggesting he could be out until October with a groin injury. The Manchester City captain hobbled off during their first match of the season against Newcastle at the...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Murray's running on empty! Take a break or suffer burnout, says McEnroe

John McEnroe watched Andy Murray fall to Stanislas Wawrinka and recognised an element of something he had tussled with himself: burnout. The two men are not entirely dissimilar in talent or temperament, so it was telling that McEnroe believes the...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Sturridge desperate to shake off injury and travel to Kiev as England suffer striker crisis

Daniel Sturridge is desperate to travel with England for the clash with Ukraine after responding to treatment on his thigh injury over the past 48 hours. The Liverpool striker, who was forced to miss the clash with Moldova at Wembley, believes he is...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
GPs must be proactive with older patients, says Jeremy Hunt

GPs must be proactive with older patients, says Jeremy Hunt

Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary. Photograph: Rex Features Family doctors must do more to prevent the health of older patients deteriorating in order to reduce the time they spend in hospital and relieve pressure on hard-pressed A&E units, the...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
General Medical Council to test EU doctors' proficiency in English

General Medical Council to test EU doctors' proficiency in English

Stuart (left) and Rory Gray, the sons of David Gray, who died after being given a 10-fold overdose of a painkiller by a German locum on his first UK shift. Photograph: Graham Turner for the Guardian Medical regulators are to be given new powers to...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
Millions Face Being Turned Away From A&E

Millions Face Being Turned Away From A&E

Up to 6.5 million patients every year should avoid going to A&E and be treated by GPs, paramedics and even chemists instead, the doctor leading the review of NHS emergency services claims today. Around one third of all people who visit A&E...

 

On a pass and a prayer: Ozil and Wilshere give Arsenal fans glimpse of bright future

Arsenal fans will be licking their lips in anticipation after Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere starred on the international stage before they link-up in the Premier League. Ozil gave us passing, posture, and a pre-match prayer. He made his first...

Daily Mail, 00:22 in Sport
 

McLaren meltdown! Team boss Whitmarsh taking the blame for season of failure

The McLaren motorhome is bedecked with a montage of their world champion drivers - including a barely recognisable portrayal of Ayrton Senna - but on the other side of the mirrored wall the picture is less happy. This week marks the 50th anniversary...

Daily Mail, 00:22 in Sport
 

Before the Lions I could escape the frenzy... but not after that tackle, says North ahead of his...

It was a taster of what is to come. Last weekend, when Northampton played their final pre-season game in Dublin, George North was swamped by fans and feted "like a pop star', according to witnesses. This was full-on Lions-mania, directed at the...

Daily Mail, 00:22 in Sport
 
Adrian Edmondson wins Celebrity MasterChef 2013

Adrian Edmondson wins Celebrity MasterChef 2013

Adrian Edmondson, winner of this year's Celebrity MasterChef. Photograph: BBC/PA Comic actor Addrian Edmondson has been crowned the winner of Celebrity MasterChef for his "mind-blowing" food. The 56-year-old, who has starred in The Young...

Guardian, 00:26 in Showbiz
 
Freedom Festival: Quick guide to events on Saturday, September 7, 2013

Freedom Festival: Quick guide to events on Saturday, September 7, 2013

MUSIC: Local bands will showcase their sounds on stages dotted around the Fruit Market area, from 11am till late. There's roots and world music on the Yellow Bus stage throughout the day, including Mobo award-winning hip-hop star Akala (7.45pm). ART:...

 

Tunisia union pushes concessions to end deadlock

Tunisia has been caught up in turmoil since late July after the second assassination of an opposition politician by suspected Islamist militants triggered mass protests and demands that the government step down. The Tunisian General Labour Union or...

 

Bolivian anti-graft officer held on extortion charge in Miami

FBI agents arrested the deputy chief of Bolivia's police anti-corruption unit, Mario Fabricio Ormachea Aliaga, in a sting operation August 31 after meeting with Humberto Roca, the former president of AeroSur, once Bolivia's largest private airline....

 
Nintendo faces 'path to irrelevance', says Atari founder

Nintendo faces 'path to irrelevance', says Atari founder

Nintendo, whose latest console has sold poorly, could be on a "path to irrelevance", the founder of legendary games company Atari has said. In an interview with the BBC, Nolan Bushnell said the Japanese firm was left in a "very...

 
Lloyds TSB switch puts mortgage in limbo

Lloyds TSB switch puts mortgage in limbo

The transfer of customers from Lloyds to TSB has left one customer unable to access his mortgage money. Simon Wells from Cambridgeshire took out a self-build mortgage with Cheltenham and Gloucester to fund the building of his new home. His mortgage is...

BBC, 00:44 in Business
 


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