News archive from 9 November 2014

Andy Murray searching for a few extra percent as elite eight prepare for battle at ATP World Tour Finals 

Roger Federer led a parade of the world’s leading tennis players down the sweeping staircase of a luxury boat that cruised along the Thames on Friday night. The top eight players, minus the absent Rafael Nadal, were suited and booted, with Andy Murray...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Royal pair fail to bring Wales win

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were unable to inspire the Welsh national rugby side to victory on their first visit to the country since announcing they are expecting their second child. William and Kate, who lived in Anglesey while the duke was a...

 

Exeter 18-6 Bath: Defending champions Chiefs come from behind to win

Defending champions Exeter made it two wins from as many matches in the LV= Cup after coming from behind to beat Bath 18-6 in front of a record Sandy Park crowd of 11,785. Gavin Henson and his opposite number Gareth Steenson exchanged first-half...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

England's reality check against All Blacks is sure to pay dividends at World Cup

England 21-24 New Zealand  CLICK HERE to read Sam Peters' full match report from Twickenham  I am a glass half-full person and 11 months out from the final stages of the World Cup there was a lot to like in that England performance. They will be...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

France 40-15 Fiji: Teddy Thomas bags a debut hat-trick as hosts run in five tries    

Winger Teddy Thomas scored a hat-trick on his international debut to help France overwhelm Fiji 40-15 on Saturday, the hosts running in five tries to restore confidence ahead of a sterner test against Australia. Flyhalf Camille Lopez scored 13 points...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Yaya Toure's sullen, shoulder-shrugging antics lets down modern players

Modern footballers are under-talented and over-paid. They are also arrogant and uncaring. If you were searching for an encapsulating phrase, then ‘pampered prima donnas’ might be appropriate. At least, that appears to be the overwhelming view of the...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Patrick Vieira could be forced into leaving Manchester City to become a manager

Patrick Vieira is considering whether he has to leave Manchester City to fulfil his ambitions of being a first-team manager. Vieira has done a great job heading the club’s elite development squad and performs an important ambassadorial role for City....

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Liverpool owner John W Henry flies out to hold Dubai talks alongside Rick Parry

Liverpool have been linked to a businessman with connections to Dubai’s Al Maktoum royal family after owner John W Henry last week flew to the emirate to take part in high-level meetings. Henry travelled to Dubai to meet Marwan Abedin, who is on the...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Tomkins hopeful for England future

England full-back Sam Tomkins insists the future is bright for the national team even if, as seems certain, they will return home early from the 2014 Four Nations Series down under. A second successive narrow defeat, this time by 16-14 to New Zealand...

 
Pressure from within party to replace Miliband

Pressure from within party to replace Miliband

AT LEAST 20 shadow ministers are close to calling for Labour leader Ed Miliband to stand down, it was claimed last night. The frontbenchers, none of whom would be named, warned they would make their move if a heavyweight candidate, such as former home...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Hot News
 
Ireland insists it can still be hi-tech hub despite axing ‘double Irish’ loophole

Ireland insists it can still be hi-tech hub despite axing ‘double Irish’ loophole

As 22,000 tech entrepreneurs, inventors and investors converged on Dublin for the city’s Web Summit last week, one big question threatened to bring the whole digital bonanza down to earth. After the Ireland moved last month to close a lucrative tax...

Guardian, 00:06 in Business
 
Standard Chartered’s far eastern charm offensive may not save Sands

Standard Chartered’s far eastern charm offensive may not save Sands

Seeing as he supports Arsenal FC (where they haven’t sacked a manager since Bruce Rioch in 1996), Standard Chartered boss Peter Sands might be one of those rare souls who believes the words in those dreaded votes of confidence he keeps getting. They...

Guardian, 00:06 in Business
 
Brace yourself for another year of business behaving badly

Brace yourself for another year of business behaving badly

The business lobby group CBI is gearing up for its annual conference tomorrow under the banner “Growth for All”. Britain’s self-proclaimed voice of business will be hearing from Ed Miliband and Archbishop of York John Sentamu as its members discuss...

Guardian, 00:06 in Business
 
Claire Black: Dunham apology does no-one any favours

Claire Black: Dunham apology does no-one any favours

WHO would want to be Lena Dunham? Yes, by the age of 28 you'd have created and would star in a popular TV show, have a coterie of famous friends, bagged a couple of million quid for your memoir and you'd be considered the "voice of a...

 

Yaya Toure gives signed shirt to five-year-old girl struck by one of his wayward shots during Manchester...

Yaya Toure has given a signed shirt to a five-year-old girl, who was unfortunately struck in the face by one of his off target shots, in Manchester City's 2-2 draw with QPR. Chloe Power, who has been a QPR season ticket holder for two years, was hit...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 


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