News archive from 9 November 2015

Manchester United transfer news: Zlatan Ibrahimovic talks, Adnan Januzaj loan u-turn, Daniele Rugani move...

Manchester United stuttered to another win against West Brom this weekend but the Old Trafford crowd are far from happy about the side's style of play. Louis van Gaal's spent a fortune since moving to the club but the football is so dire that he'll...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Tottenham set to open talks over Sofiane Feghouli transfer - report

Tottenham are set to speak to Sofiane Feghouli's agent to discuss a January move to the club, according to reports. Feghouli's side Valencia have been in talks over extending his contract there in recent weeks, but Fichajes says negotiations have now...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 
Jurgen Klopp reveals what his players MUST do to lift the spirits of Liverpool fans

Jurgen Klopp reveals what his players MUST do to lift the spirits of Liverpool fans

The German boss's unbeaten start was ended when Dann powered home a late header and left Klopp feeling all alone. Klopp said: “After 82 minutes I saw so many people leave the stadium, I felt pretty alone at that moment. “We decide when it is over....

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 

New Zealand hit by further injury with James Neesham ruled out of Test series

New Zealand have suffered another injury blow on their cricket tour of Australia, with allrounder James Neesham ruled out of the three-Test series. Neesham went out to bat on Monday, after the Black Caps resumed at 3-142 chasing 504 on day five of the...

Guardian, 00:05 in Sport
 

Four departments agree to meet George Osborne's cuts target

Four government departments have agreed deep spending cuts of 8% a year for the next four years, George Osborne will announce on Monday. The Treasury and the Departments of Transport, Environment, and Communities and Local Government, are the first...

Guardian, 00:08 in Politics
 

Gender pay gap: women effectively working for free until end of year

Britain’s gender pay gap will leave women effectively working for free from 9 November until the end of the year, according to equality campaigners. This year, Equal Pay Day falls on this date, according to the Fawcett Society, which uses official...

 

Pub gets new recognition for place in Women's Institute history

The Women’s Institute in England was born 100 years ago not, as some might expect, in a kitchen or a parish hall, but in the cosy back room of a pub in West Sussex – a milestone now marked by a small wooden plaque on the wall. The Fox Goes Free pub in...

 
National living wage ‘will leave employers stretched'

National living wage ‘will leave employers stretched'

George Osborne's planned rise in the National Living Wage to £9 an hour for over-25s will leave employers with an additional £20 billion bill for workers' pay by 2020 compared to current levels, according to a new report. And the burden will fall...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Hot News
 
Lard healthier than sunflower oil, claims expert

Lard healthier than sunflower oil, claims expert

It has been a cooking staple for the health conscious for decades but now scientists say it might be time to ditch the sunflower oil - for lard. Cooking with vegetable oils such as corn oil and sunflower oil was thought to be better for health as...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Hot News
 
Cancer patients ‘should exercise more'

Cancer patients ‘should exercise more'

Cancer patients are turning to vitamin supplements instead of dramatically improving their chances of survival through exercise and losing weight, an expert has warned. Professor Robert Thomas, an oncologist from Cambridge University Hospitals NHS...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Hot News
 
Philip Hammond: Worldwide airport safety review needed

Philip Hammond: Worldwide airport safety review needed

Airport security around the world will have to be overhauled if it is confirmed the Russian airliner crash in the Sinai was caused by an Islamic State bomb, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has warned. Egyptian investigators have said they have yet to...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Hot News
 
Scottish Film and TV boosted by UK tax relief - Mundell

Scottish Film and TV boosted by UK tax relief - Mundell

Financial support for the film and television industry is proving a "major boost" to the number of productions being shot in Scotland, according to the Scottish secretary. David Mundell pointed towards two projects currently filming on...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Politics
 

Hull City are front-runners in the race for promotion - if they can avoid a fall

After Hull City eased past early Championship favourites Middlesbrough, Peter Swan says, if Steve Bruce can keep them focused, the Tigers are on course for promotion. YOU can look at it like a horse race and you have to ask have Hull City got enough...

 

Parents to take on government over religious studies GCSE

A group of parents and their children are to go to court to challenge the government’s decision to exclude non-religious world views from the new religious studies GCSE. Under the revised curriculum, which will be taught in schools from next...

Guardian, 00:15 in Politics
 

Louis van Gaal announces two transfer targets on the wing despite Jesse Lingard form

Even though youngster Lingard scored a memorable first senior goal and Mata continued his 100 per cent record from the penalty spot, Van Gaal is still far from satisfied with the balance of Manchester United's attack. After United's patient but...

 


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