News archive from 9 October 2013, page 3

What's Arsenal boss Wenger doing on the red carpet with actress Sienna Miller and popstar Eliza Doolittle?

Arsene Wenger swapped Arsenal's red training gear for a walk down the red carpet on Tuesday evening when he attended the British Film Institute's inaugural fundraising gala dinner. Fresh from being named the Premier League's Manager of the Month for...

Daily Mail, 00:38 in Sport
 

Royal message for Games baton relay

The Queen has written a message to the athletes of the Commonwealth to mark the start of a baton relay around all its nations and territories before the Glasgow 2014 Games. The note was written during her summer stay at Balmoral, Royal Deeside, and...

 

Planes noise 'linked to ill health'

Risks of hospital admissions and deaths from stroke, heart and circulatory disease are higher in areas with high levels of aircraft noise, a study has found. Researchers at Imperial College London and King's College London compared data on day and...

 

'Go home' ads deemed inoffensive

A Home Office campaign urging illegal immigrants to "go home" has been banned for using misleading arrest statistics, but cleared over complaints that it was offensive and irresponsible. The campaign, which involved poster-clad vans driving...

 

Leader quits 'part of problem' EDL

Tommy Robinson has said he left the English Defence League (EDL) after realising the organisation had become "part of the problem" in his quest against Islamic extremism, rather than a solution. Mr Robinson and Kevin Carroll, who set up the...

 

FA new boy Beck was a Master of the Dark Arts... and likes of Liverpool, Arsenal and Man City still use...

When it came to the Dark Arts, John Beck was in a league of his own. A quarter of a century ago, he would fill the opposition's tea with a ton of sugar and his Cambridge team hump the ball long up to John Taylor and Dion Dublin. That's what teams did...

Daily Mail, 00:42 in Sport
 

Royal message for Games baton relay

The Queen has written a message to the athletes of the Commonwealth to mark the start of a baton relay around all its nations and territories before the Glasgow 2014 Games. The note was written during her summer stay at Balmoral, Royal Deeside, and...

 

Planes noise 'linked to ill health'

Risks of hospital admissions and deaths from stroke, heart and circulatory disease are higher in areas with high levels of aircraft noise, a study has found. Researchers at Imperial College London and King's College London compared data on day and...

 

'Go home' ads deemed inoffensive

A Home Office campaign urging illegal immigrants to "go home" has been banned for using misleading arrest statistics, but cleared over complaints that it was offensive and irresponsible. The campaign, which involved poster-clad vans driving...

 

Leader quits 'part of problem' EDL

Tommy Robinson has said he left the English Defence League (EDL) after realising the organisation had become "part of the problem" in his quest against Islamic extremism, rather than a solution. Mr Robinson and Kevin Carroll, who set up the...

 

Pilot badger cull could be extended

A pilot badger cull is set to be extended by up to three weeks because fewer animals were killed than had been hoped. Defra said Natural England was considering an extension to the west Somerset cull to "maximise the disease control...

 

'Go home' ads deemed inoffensive

A Home Office campaign urging illegal immigrants to "go home" has been banned for using misleading arrest statistics, but cleared over complaints that it was offensive and irresponsible. The campaign, which involved poster-clad vans driving...

 

Leader quits 'part of problem' EDL

Tommy Robinson has said he left the English Defence League (EDL) after realising the organisation had become "part of the problem" in his quest against Islamic extremism, rather than a solution. Mr Robinson and Kevin Carroll, who set up the...

 

Pilot badger cull could be extended

A pilot badger cull is set to be extended by up to three weeks because fewer animals were killed than had been hoped. Defra said Natural England was considering an extension to the west Somerset cull to "maximise the disease control...

 

McCanns bid to give libel evidence

Kate McCann has asked to give evidence at the Portuguese libel trial over a book by a former local police chief. The McCanns are suing Goncalo Amaral over claims in his book The Truth of the Lie about their daughter Madeleine's disappearance. The...

 


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