News archive from 7 September 2016

Marcus Rashford hopes his hat-trick on England Under 21 debut has given Sam Allardyce and Jose Mourinho a...

Marcus Rashford hopes he has given a grinning Sam Allardyce and Jose Mourinho a selection dilemma after his spectacular England Under 21 debut. The Manchester United striker maintained his sequence of scoring on his first start for a new manager in...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Arsenal consider Eddie Howe as top sucessor for Arsene Wenger

Arsenal consider Eddie Howe as top sucessor for Arsene Wenger

Arsenal have placed Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe high on their shortlist of candidates to replace Arsene Wenger, according to reports. The Sun claim that Wenger is yet to make a decision over his future, with his contract expiring at the end of the...

Metro, 00:02 in Sport
 
BREAKING: All passengers dead as private plane crashes into Macedonian mountains

BREAKING: All passengers dead as private plane crashes into Macedonian mountains

Four Italians and two Kosovans perished after their plane crashed, just south of the Macedonian capital Skopje. The pilot had asked to land at Skopje's airport to refuel but did not report any emergency. The plane lost contact with the control centre...

 
Key to a long life? Having good BLOOD circulation, new study finds

Key to a long life? Having good BLOOD circulation, new study finds

Centenarians whose body could pump blood to the far reaches of muscles and organs had a circulation system as efficient as people 30 years younger. Scientists found 'SuperAgers' who had good blood flow to the smallest blood vessels within the body -...

 

Wesley Sneijder on target as Dutch secure hard-fought draw in Stockholm 

Wesley Sneijder rifled home a second-half equaliser to cancel out Marcus Berg's cool chip as Holland claimed a point in their opening World Cup qualifier away to Sweden. The Dutch, who came third at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil but failed to qualify...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Andy Murray plans quick getaway from US Open as he thinks ahead to Davis Cup semi-final vs Argentina

Andy Murray will not hang around in New York after the US Open but is instead preparing to fly straight to Scotland for next week’s Davis Cup semi-final. In the event of him being detained until Friday’s semi-finals or the final on Sunday, Murray will...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Green heroes nominated for top Scottish nature awards

The home of the iconic Kelpies statues, a dolphin-watching scheme and projects to save some of the nation’s rarest birds are among those shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Nature of Scotland awards. The annual awards, now in their fifth year, are...

 

Nature of Scotland awards nominees unveiled

The home of the iconic Kelpies statues, a dolphin-watching scheme and projects to save some of the nation’s rarest birds are among those shortlisted for this year’s prestigious Nature of Scotland awards. The shortlist, unveiled today, includes a wide...

 

Government sued by daughter of man on Ethiopia’s death row

Sofia Lotto Persio THE nine-year-old daughter of a British activist facing execution in Ethiopia is suing the British government for failing to press for her father’s release.Menabe Tsege’s case against the Foreign Office will be heard at the High...

 

Debt charity gets record cries for help

by Lamiat Sabin YOUNG adults renting their homes and working in insecure jobs are most likely to struggle with debt, a charity said yesterday as it reported receiving a record number of cries for help. A total of 313,679 people with unmanageable money...

 

Corbyn to put climate at top of his agenda

Labour leader vows to restore scrapped energy department by Luke James Parliamentary Reporter JEREMY CORBYN will today vow to reinstate the department of energy and climate change if he becomes prime minister. Theresa May’s decision to scrap the...

 

Isis 'has nothing to do with me', says man accused over imam death

An alleged IS supporter accused of murdering an imam was "friendly" with abducted aid volunteer Alan Henning and was "disgusted" at his killing by the terror group, a jury has heard. Mohammed Hussain Syeedy, 21, said his older...

 

Political pay-outs ‘will fund oligarchs’ private armies’

by Our Foreign Desk UKRAINE’S Communist Party leader Petro Symonenko has condemned the Kiev government for handing millions in subsidies to right-wing political parties. Ukraine introduces state financing of political groups this week following a...

 

Obama in a hurry to be Pacific trade’s top dog

Outgoing US president pushes to clinch TTP deal that excludes China by Ben Chacko US PRESIDENT Barack Obama sought to speed up ratification of the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal when he addressed Asian leaders in Laos...

 
Universities head: EU students need urgent Brexit reassurance

Universities head: EU students need urgent Brexit reassurance

European students applying for UK degrees in 2017 need guarantees about funding or their numbers could crash, university leaders will hear later. EU students currently pay the same fees and have the same access to loans as UK students. But those...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 


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