News archive from 8 April 2016

Mother nearly dies of blood poisoning after getting a piece of GLITTER lodged in her eye while helping her...

Erica Diaz had no idea that a craft project would end up claiming her right eye - and almost her life. The writer and singer from North Lauderdale, Florida, was helping her daughter, Zoey, make Valentine’s Day cards for her classmates last year –...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 
Arsene Wenger defends Jack Wilshere: He's better behaved than Ronaldo and Messi!

Arsene Wenger defends Jack Wilshere: He's better behaved than Ronaldo and Messi!

Arsenal boss Wenger insists the England star’s late-night antics were not a patch on those of the two superstars who have hogged the Ballon D’Or for the last six years. Midfielder Wilshere makes his comeback from a broken leg tonight for Arsenal’s...

Daily Star, 00:01 in Sport
 
Angelina Jolie Pitt to give keynote speech as part of BBC's migration special

Angelina Jolie Pitt to give keynote speech as part of BBC's migration special

Angelina Jolie Pitt will give a keynote speech on the refugee crisis next month as part of a day of live BBC programming exploring issues around migration. The speech by the Hollywood star, who is a UNCHR special envoy, will be broadcast on 16 May on...

Guardian, 00:08 in Showbiz
 
Laurent Frayssinous calls for calm as Catalans Dragons thrash Hull KR

Laurent Frayssinous calls for calm as Catalans Dragons thrash Hull KR

Laurent Frayssinous called for calm following this latest eye-catching victory for his Catalans side, but on this form they are becoming increasingly hard to ignore. These are heady days for the men from Perpignan: five successive wins for the first...

Guardian, 00:10 in Sport
 
Grand National: How the Daily Express could help YOU pick the winner

Grand National: How the Daily Express could help YOU pick the winner

Bookmakers fear a record £200m payout if last year’s winner Many Clouds romps home again as the current 8/1 favourite, in Saturday’s 5.15pm big race. Jockey Leighton Aspell, 39, could become the first rider ever to win three successive Nationals if...

 
Lee Westwood fighting for future as he reveals 'delight' at Masters solid start

Lee Westwood fighting for future as he reveals 'delight' at Masters solid start

He birdied three out of the four short holes at Augusta to post an encouraging opening 71. The former World No 1 has declined to No 67, a position which threatens his participation in future Major Championships. Depart the top 50 and things can easily...

 
Masters 2016 Day One: Neil Squires' Augusta Diary

Masters 2016 Day One: Neil Squires' Augusta Diary

Nicklaus afterwards revealed how he had tried to coax the now 86-year old, and very frail-looking, Palmer to hit the traditional shot off the first tee. “I talked to him at the Masters dinner saying, ‘I don’t care if you putt it off the tee, I think...

 
Swansea boss Guidolin eyes historic Chelsea win to boost job hopes amid Rodgers link

Swansea boss Guidolin eyes historic Chelsea win to boost job hopes amid Rodgers link

The Swans, 10 points clear of the relegation zone and closing in on safety, host Chelsea tomorrow (Saturday) looking to record their first Premier League win over the Blues in 10 attempts. Head coach Guidolin, 60, knows ending Chelsea's 15-game...

 
West Brom blocker Jonny Evans on why Albion have received a psychological boost

West Brom blocker Jonny Evans on why Albion have received a "psychological boost"

Reaching 40 points with seven games to spare allows West Bromwich Albion the "security" to experiment during the run-in, according to Jonny Evans. Evans was an instrumental part of a resilient and well-drilled Baggies backline that kept out...

 
Owen Hargreaves: How Jurgen Klopp can make Liverpool special again

Owen Hargreaves: How Jurgen Klopp can make Liverpool special again

The former Manchester United and Bayern Munich man believes the German can help the Reds reach the pinnacle of football if given enough time. Liverpool held Borussia Dortmund 1-1 at the Westfalenstadion in their Europa League quarter-final first leg...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 

Any Nation But Britain

Tories announce rail franchise shortlist of only foreign state firms as the public says yet again: ‘Bring back British Rail!’ THE “absurdity” of rail privatisation reached new levels yesterday as the government revealed a sell-off shortlist that only...

 

Britain ‘involved’ in US drone strikes in Yemen

Investigation contradicts government denials A WAR investigation published yesterday directly implicated the British government in the covert US drone programme in Yemen despite years of denials. Vice News revealed that British personnel had played a...

 

Scunthorpe workers consider temporary pay cut to save jobs

WORKERS at Tata Steel’s Scunthorpe site began voting yesterday on whether to take a temporary pay cut in a “last-ditch” bid to save the plant amid the Tory steel crisis. Union members are considering whether to accept a 3 per cent cut in pay and...

 
Kilwinning Rangers manager Chris Strain expecting cup semi-final rollercoaster against Beith

Kilwinning Rangers manager Chris Strain expecting cup semi-final rollercoaster against Beith

Kilwinning Rangers boss Chris Strain this week warned Buffs fans to buckle up for a rollercoaster Scottish Junior Cup semi-final double header against Beith. The North Ayrshire rivals clash at Bellsdale Park in the first leg tomorrow and Strain...

 

Ukraine: Dutch No vote fails to halt Kiev’s EU bid

Poroshenko shrugs off referendum rejection of deal with bloc KIEV dismissed on Wednesday night Dutch voters’ rejection of Ukraine’s relationship to the European Union. Sixty-one per cent of voters in a Dutch referendum said No to an EU association...

 


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