News archive from 7 December 2015

Manchester United’s timidity against West Ham raises Wolfsburg fears

A manager with a famous philosophy was sounding unusually philosophical. “I’m not God,” said Louis van Gaal in a rare instance of him accepting there are limits to his powers. “I cannot predict.” The Manchester United manager had been asked if...

Guardian, 23:59 in Sport
 
Newcastle 2-0 Liverpool PLAYER RATINGS: Georginio Wijnaldum stars while Christian Benteke disappoints in big win for Steve McClaren

Newcastle 2-0 Liverpool PLAYER RATINGS: Georginio Wijnaldum stars while Christian Benteke disappoints in...

Newcastle United eased the pressure on their boss Steve McClaren with a 2-0 win over Liverpool at St James' Park. Georginio Wijnaldum forced the second-half opener when defender Martin Skrtel turned his cross past Simon Mignolet. But there was no...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Jungle queen Vicky Pattison vows to get 'off her titties' at I'm A Celebrity wrap party

Jungle queen Vicky Pattison vows to get 'off her titties' at I'm A Celebrity wrap party

Newly crowned jungle queen Vicky Pattison has vowed to get "off her titties" at the I’m A Celebrity wrap party. Speaking on ITV2, Vicky Pattison said: “I feel f**king amazing, sorry mam. It it the best feeling ever. “It is completely surreal...

 
Wythenshawe Hospital: NHS chiefs speak out in favour of shake-up ahead of Healthier Together review

Wythenshawe Hospital: NHS chiefs speak out in favour of shake-up ahead of Healthier Together review

Health organisations have spoken out in support of an NHS shake-up ahead of a legal challenge by staff and patients at Wythenshawe Hospital. A judicial review will be heard this week into the decision not to award specialist status to Wythenshawe...

 

Manchester United still very interested in Tottenham's Hugo Lloris despite David De Gea deal - report

Manchester United still very interested in Tottenham's Hugo Lloris despite David De Gea deal - report gossip Sean Kearns for Metro.co.uk Manchester United are said to be "very interested' in signing Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris despite David De...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

Russian serviceman with shouldered rocket launcher 'seen on Bosphorus'

Turkey accused Russia of a provocation on Sunday after a serviceman on the deck of a Russian naval ship allegedly held a rocket launcher on his shoulder as the vessel passed through Istanbul. Related: Russia steps up hostility against Turkey with war...

 

Stonehenge may have been first erected in Wales, 'amazing' finds suggest

Evidence of quarrying for Stonehenge’s bluestones is among the dramatic discoveries leading archeologists to theorise that England’s greatest prehistoric monument may have first been erected in Wales. It has long been known that the bluestones that...

 
UK manufacturing suffers slump in demand, says EEF

UK manufacturing suffers slump in demand, says EEF

Image copyright Getty Images UK manufacturing is encountering a poor end to the year amid "gathering gloom" from the global economy, according to industry body the EEF. It has cut its manufacturing forecasts, expecting a 0.1% fall in 2015,...

BBC, 00:11 in Regional
 
Stamp duty move 'brought £4,500 saving'

Stamp duty move 'brought £4,500 saving'

Buyers purchasing a property in the last 12 months are typically £4,500 better off owing to the stamp duty changes of a year ago, a lender says. Stamp duty was reformed to a more progressive system in England and Wales last December. The changes saved...

BBC, 00:11 in Regional
 

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High Street shops 'face rates shake-up', says report

High Street shops 'face rates shake-up', says report

Image copyright Getty Images High Streets in the UK are set to face radical changes in the amount of money they pay in business rates in future, new research suggests. Property consultant Colliers International found 76 out of the UK's main towns and...

BBC, 00:11 in Regional
 

Portland Timbers hit Columbus Crew early to capture their first MLS Cup

If it wasn’t a classic MLS Cup, it certainly had the most dramatic start in recent memory. Portland opened the scoring within seconds and added another after just seven minutes, to stun Columbus Crew and take MLS Cup. A Kei Kamara goal quickly gave...

Guardian, 00:12 in Sport
 

Shared home ownership scheme to be extended by Tories

David Cameron is to announce an easing of the rules of the government’s shared home ownership scheme to allow people to benefit more than once as they move up the property ladder. As he outlines his record in implementing the Tory manifesto, the prime...

Guardian, 00:12 in Business
 

Buyers in England and Wales benefiting from stamp duty changes

Homebuyers in England and Wales are typically paying £4,500 less in stamp duty than before the government overhauled the system a year ago, according to research by Halifax. The switch from a “slab” structure to a progressive tax, where buyers only...

Guardian, 00:12 in Business
 

Weak growth in UK manufacturing poses Bank of England dilemma

Britain’s manufacturers expect 2015 to be their worst year for growth since 2009 and next year will be little better, according to a survey which highlights the dilemma that the Bank of England faces as it considers whether to raise interest rates. A...

Guardian, 00:12 in Business
 


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