News archive from 10 April 2017

Line of Duty star admits it's refreshing to play a new character after 'explosive' exit

Line of Duty star admits it's refreshing to play a new character after 'explosive' exit

The 39-year-old was sensationally bumped off the crime show last year after his character Daniel Waldron was unexpectedly shot in the neck during the opening episode of series three. Mays is now playing a concerned single father in Born to Kill - the...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: Lining up the fall guys

Last night's TV reviewed: Lining up the fall guys

I sometimes have supper in front of the telly, anyone chancing that would have risked choking halfway through as the stakes shot upwards and Roz Huntley (a career-defining performance by Thandie Newton) just got icier by the moment as her pursuers...

 

44 Scotland Street: Scouting for boys, etc

Friendships between children often result in friendships between sets of parents. Conversations between waiting parents at the school gate do more than provide information on what is happening in the world of the school – and the latest gossip, of...

 

SNP stewardship of economy blamed for £6.5bn of lost growth

Scotland’s sluggish economy under the SNP leadership has cost £6.5 billion in missing growth, Labour has claimed. Failure to return to growth levels seen before the recession in 2008 means that Scotland’s economy is billions of pounds smaller than it...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Politics
 

Firms’ order books blossomed in March, according to survey

YORKSHIRE firms enjoyed an increase in new orders during March, as demand for their goods and services grew at the fastest pace since November 2013, according to the latest Lloyds Bank Regional PMI. To meet the growth in demand, businesses took on...

 

Manchester United line up Hugo Lloris as De Gea replacement and more transfer rumours

Hugo Lloris will be Manchester United's number one target should David de Gea move to Real Madrid according to a report. The Express report that despite signing a new contract which will keep him at Spurs until 2022, United will try and lure him away...

 

Selena Gomez and The Weeknd ‘confirm romance’ after sharing heartfelt selfie

Selena Gomez and The Weeknd have seemingly confirmed their romance after sharing an online snap together. Posting on Instagram, The Weeknd shared a heartfelt picture of Selena kissing him – and it received quite the response from fans. ‘Waited so long...

Metro, 00:13 in Showbiz
 

Edward Spiers: Diplomatic dexterity needed from Donald Trump over Syria war crimes

IN launching 59 cruise missiles at Shayrat, a Syrian airbase, in response to the chemical weapons attack at Khan Sheikhoum, President Donald Trump surprised allies and adversaries alike, and injected a risky unpredictability into its conduct of...

 

Pinned to the Floor, Strapped to Chairs and Hooded: ‘Scandal’ Abuse of Disabled Kids

Over the last three years more than 700 disabled children have been injured at school. by Felicity Collier MORE than 700 disabled children have been injured in schools while being restrained by teaching staff over the last three years, it was revealed...

 

Cuts-struck schools making parents pay

Kids’ textbooks and art supplies now on the shopping list PARENTS are being forced to fork out for their children’s textbooks as schools are increasingly “driven by cost cutting,” a damning study revealed yesterday. A survey of over 1,000 teachers...

 

Repeat assessment ‘has to be stopped’

People with lifelong illnesses should be left alone, say MPs by Felicity Collier DISABLED people with lifelong health conditions should not be repeatedly assessed for benefits, MPs and campaigners will demand today. Some 3,500 people with rheumatoid...

 

Trump’s bombs set off fury across US

Protests held after president ratchets up the tension on Syria PROTESTS erupted across the United States and beyond over the weekend against President Donald Trump’s bombing of a Syrian air base. Thursday night’s strike on the Shayrat airfield, which...

 

North Korea: Warships dispatched to Korean peninsula

US strike group sent after faltering missile test US WARSHIPS were dispatched to waters around the Korean peninsula over the weekend as Washington ramped up tension with Pyongyang. The Carl Vinson strike group, comprising an aircraft carrier, cruisers...

 

Warships dispatched to Korean peninsula

US strike group sent after faltering missile test US WARSHIPS were dispatched to waters around the Korean peninsula over the weekend as Washington ramped up tension with Pyongyang. The Carl Vinson strike group, comprising an aircraft carrier, cruisers...

 

Reject the call for bloodshed

DEPLOYING a heavily armed naval “strike group” to the Korean peninsula is a chilling action that once more shows that the United States leadership is willing to play games of life and death on a grand scale. The US Pacific Command called it a “prudent...

 


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