News archive from 10 February 2014

Anya’s song will have premiere in home town

A song that was written for and inspired by brave toddler Anya Bentham will be played live in Chester this weekend (November 2 and 3). For You (Song For Anya) was penned by up-and-coming performer Emma Wells in a bid to raise money for the...

 

'We demolished them!' Liverpool captain Gerrard hails 5-1 victory against Arsenal as one of the very best...

Steven Gerrard was about to receive a battering from the elements but he couldn’t leave until he found the words to put a remarkable day into context. Standing on the edge of the Anfield pitch, as the rain fall became heavier, Liverpool’s captain...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Desperate red card appeals and sackings left, right and centre... Why clubs fear relegation is a fate worse...

So all’s well that ends well. West Ham United got by without Andy Carroll and, more significantly, without taking a torch to the Football Association’s disciplinary process. Realistically, there was more chance of them overturning that 6-0 first-leg...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Time to say bye to Vidic? Pellegrini should quit mind games, Liverpool can only get better... and who will...

After that performance on Sunday, it is time for Manchester United to stop considering Nemanja Vidic their first-choice centre-back. They need to look to the future, assuming everybody is fit. He was at fault for Fulham’s late equaliser when he should...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Lightweight Arsenal lack steel, standing terraces would be a welcome return... and West Ham will be fine...

Martin 'Mad Dog' Allen returns with the latest instalment of his new weekly column for MailOnline Sport. The former Gillingham boss does not hold back with his views on current issues in football. This week, Mad Dog would be happy to see a return to...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

As Yellen makes Fed debut, expect theatre, not fireworks

With the world's financial markets watching, Yellen, who succeeded Ben Bernanke last week, will have a chance to set a mostly upbeat tone and point to signs of steady economic progress, despite some recent bumps in the road. The Fed has embarked on...

Reuters, 00:01 in Business
 

Hotshot Sterling set to be recalled to England squad... as Hodgson looks to find World Cup alternative for...

Raheem Sterling is set to be handed the chance to replace Theo Walcott in England’s World Cup plans. The Liverpool winger, 19, has already been pencilled into Roy Hodgson’s squad to face Denmark at Wembley on March 5. His team-mate Jordan Henderson,...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Man dies after being found injured in Sunderland street – investigation underway

Man dies after being found injured in Sunderland street – investigation underway

A MAN has died days after he was found slumped in a back lane with serious head injuries. The 33-year-old was found unconscious at the rear of Carlisle Terrace in Southwick, on Tuesday morning, sparking a police inquiry into how he sustained his...

 
Shop vacancy rate lowest for four years, research suggests

Shop vacancy rate lowest for four years, research suggests

There has been a marked improvement in the number of empty shops on the UK's high streets, research suggests. The Local Data Company, which monitors more than 2,000 town and shopping centres and retail parks, says average vacancy rates were below 14%...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
Business optimism highest for 22 years, says BDO survey

Business optimism highest for 22 years, says BDO survey

Business optimism in the UK is at its highest level in 22 years, a survey by business consultants BDO has found. The monthly report incorporates results of surveys from the CBI, the Bank of England's Agents and data from business information...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
Former RMJM workers turn up heat with pay demands

Former RMJM workers turn up heat with pay demands

A DISPUTE over unpaid wages at crestfallen architectural practice RMJM has taken a fresh twist with former employees demanding urgent action and possible prosecutions after their case was backed by a Hong Kong official. The group of 25 ex-staff at the...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Business
 
Business interview: Gerald Michaluk, Arran Brewery

Business interview: Gerald Michaluk, Arran Brewery

SOMETHING strange happened when Gerald Michaluk got his first thorough look around the Drummond Hotel on the banks of Loch Earn. The property had been vacant for some time, so Michaluk and his team were in no way surprised to find roofing, plumbing...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Business
 
China leads way as BMW enjoys surging sales

China leads way as BMW enjoys surging sales

car maker BMW is likely to have sold more vehicles in January compared to the same month last year thanks to rising demand in China, where group deliveries surged more than 20 per cent. Overall deliveries, including the British Mini and Rolls-Royce...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Business
 
Comment: Cash in your portfolio can be smart money

Comment: Cash in your portfolio can be smart money

WE ARE in choppy times for stock markets. After last year's powerful performance by Wall Street and the 14 per cent rise in the FTSE 100 here, doubts have set in over the high valuations placed on company earnings. Investors fret over the withdrawal...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Business
 
Banking and UK monetary policy into City spotlight

Banking and UK monetary policy into City spotlight

The Bank of England's quarterly inflation report will be even more closely watched than normal on Wednesday as it is likely to contain ideas for a new forward guidance policy. Governor Mark Carney promised to consider ways of updating the policy after...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Business
 


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