News archive from 10 April 2018

Ferne McCann is living her best life as she sun herself by pool during filming break

Ferne McCann is living her best life as she sun herself by pool during filming break

Ferne McCann proved that even though one might be hard at work, you can’t neglect a little R&R every now and then. The mother-of-one was busy shooting the second season of Ferne: First Time Mum when she took off from the crew and sunned herself by...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Men who fail to equal parents' achievements 'suffer mental distress'

Men who fail to equal parents' achievements 'suffer mental distress'

Men who fail to match or exceed their parents’ educational achievements suffer levels of psychological distress similar to the impact of divorce, while women are largely unaffected, according to new research. Researchers at the University of Oxford...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
Competitive eater taken to hospital after eating world's hottest chilli pepper

Competitive eater taken to hospital after eating world's hottest chilli pepper

A man who took part in a chilli pepper eating contest ended up with more than he bargained for when he took on the hottest pepper in the world. After eating a Carolina Reaper pepper, the 34-year-old started dry heaving before developing a pain in his...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
Shortage of drivers, sewing machinists and cyber security candidates due to Brexit

Shortage of drivers, sewing machinists and cyber security candidates due to Brexit

Firms have reported a shortage of candidates for jobs in cyber security, as drivers and as sewing machinists, a new study has revealed. Research by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) found that demand for full time staff remains high,...

Metro, 00:09 in Hot News
 
First ban on harassing women at abortion clinics could happen today

First ban on harassing women at abortion clinics could happen today

Anti-abortion protesters could be banned from streets near abortion clinics after a vote today. If the vote is passed, Ealing Council will become the first local authority to introduce a ‘buffer zone’ outside an abortion clinic. The move was sparked...

Metro, 00:09 in Hot News
 
Facebook scandal: Who else has your data?

Facebook scandal: Who else has your data?

While Facebook desperately tightens controls over how third parties access its users' data - trying to mend its damaged reputation - attention is focusing on the wider issue of data harvesting and the threat it poses to our personal privacy. Data...

 
Men who fail to equal parents' achievements 'suffer mental distress'

Men who fail to equal parents' achievements 'suffer mental distress'

Men who fail to match or exceed their parents’ educational achievements suffer levels of psychological distress similar to the impact of divorce, while women are largely unaffected, according to new research. Researchers at the University of Oxford...

Guardian, 00:10 in Learning
 
Transgender Kyrgyz seek unlikely refuge in Russia

Transgender Kyrgyz seek unlikely refuge in Russia

Russia is a notoriously difficult place to be gay or transgender, but it's become a surprising refuge for LGBT people in Kyrgyzstan, who say life is far harder at home, writes Katie Arnold in Bishkek. Anna knew the internet was a dangerous place to...

BBC, 00:10 in World News
 
Competitive eater taken to hospital after eating world's hottest chilli pepper

Competitive eater taken to hospital after eating world's hottest chilli pepper

A man who took part in a chilli pepper eating contest ended up with more than he bargained for when he took on the hottest pepper in the world. After eating a Carolina Reaper pepper, the 34-year-old started dry heaving before developing a pain in his...

 
Russia warns US of 'grave repercussions' if it attacks Syria

Russia warns US of 'grave repercussions' if it attacks Syria

Russia has warned of “grave repercussions” if the US carries out military action against the Syrian regime, after Donald Trump said his administration would decide within 48 hours on a response to a chemical weapon attack on Saturday. The sharply...

 
Keep close trade ties with EU post-Brexit, UK government warned

Keep close trade ties with EU post-Brexit, UK government warned

The UK should not prioritise making trade deals around the world at the expense of maintaining close ties with the European Union following Brexit, the government has been warned. The Institute of Directors, one of the country’s top business lobby...

 
UK businesses face growing threat from cyber-attacks – report

UK businesses face growing threat from cyber-attacks – report

Criminal cyber-attacks on UK businesses increased last year, according to the annual report of the National Cyber Security Centre. Firms face a growing threat from ransomware, data breaches and weaknesses in the supply chain, according to the report,...

Guardian, 00:19 in Business
 

Video: silo topples onto library in demolition gone wrong

A demolition in Denmark went horribly wrong as a disused silo fell sideways, crushing part of the town’s cultural centre. A crowd had gathered in the town of Vordingborg to watch the collapse of the concrete silo, reacting with horror as it became...

The Week, 00:25 in Auto
 

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Floyd Mayweather sets up £210m rematch with Conor McGregor in UFC Octagon as James DeGale targets his own...

Floyd Mayweather was laying the groundwork for yet another comeback as James DeGale was staving off premature retirement. One difference is that while Chunky is eyeing more big boxing matches now he has regained his world title, Money is preparing to...

Daily Mail, 00:32 in Sport
 


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