News archive from 10 May 2015

VIDEO: Police and ambulance called to alleged fight at city centre bar

Police and an ambulance were called to a Sheffield city centre bar after an alleged fight in a beer garden. The emergency services arrived in Portland Lane, off West Street, at about 9.30pm. Ambulance and police were called to Portland Lane off West...

 
Sunday Night at the Palladium on ITV tonight with Andre Rieu, AAC Boys from Ethiopia, Josh Groban, Meghan Trainor, Lee Nelson, The Commitments cast & Alexander Armstrong

Sunday Night at the Palladium on ITV tonight with Andre Rieu, AAC Boys from Ethiopia, Josh Groban, Meghan...

SUNDAY Night at the Palladium continues on ITV tonight (Sunday, May 10). Alexander Armstrong hosts the variety show from the iconic London theatre, in the heart of the West End. Among the performers on tonight's show are violinist Andre Rieu and...

 
Labour set to take time over replacing Ed Miliband

Labour set to take time over replacing Ed Miliband

At least six weeks before leader is named as party reflects on how to connect with voters Labour faces a summer of uncertainty as a long list of ­potential successors line up in the hope of following Ed Miliband as leader of the party. Andy Burnham is...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Pressure on Jim Murphy to quit as Labour leader

Pressure on Jim Murphy to quit as Labour leader

Labour leader Jim Murphy is facing growing calls to resign after the party's election meltdown in Scotland. Two leading unions said Murphy should go, while Lothians MSP Neil Findlay quit the shadow cabinet, branding the election result a “disaster”....

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Claire Black: Ascent of charismatic SNP leader

Claire Black: Ascent of charismatic SNP leader

On the final day of polling last week, Nicola Sturgeon appeared at a triumphal rally in Edinburgh. Underneath a grey sky, threatening rain and egged on by a wind that would disrupt even the most lacquered of hair dos, the First Minister mingled with...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Politics
 
Scots violinist wants kids to swap Mario for Mozart

Scots violinist wants kids to swap Mario for Mozart

NICOLA Benedetti has taken a swipe at parents who allow their children to play video games rather than demand that they listen to classical symphonies. The Ayrshire violin virtuoso is known around the world for her prodigious talent, unflappable poise...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Learning
 

Cameron should enjoy his ‘sweet victory’ – before it turns sour

David Cameron calls it “the sweetest of victories” – and, from his point of view, you can see why it is a sugar rush. The election result has made idiots of the pollsters and fools of those, myself included, who placed too much faith in their numbers....

Guardian, 00:06 in Politics
 
Scots scientists aim to clean waters before Brazil 2016

Scots scientists aim to clean waters before Brazil 2016

AS THE countdown begins to next year's Olympic Games in Brazil, a team of Scottish scientists is launching a pioneering new scheme to tackle toxic 
water pollution in two of the country's biggest cities. There is considerable concern about...

 
Russia show off new tank in Victory Day parade

Russia show off new tank in Victory Day parade

RUSSIA showed off new 
machines of war, including a highly sophisticated tank, yesterday in the annual Victory Day military parade that marks the surrender of Nazi Germany and the Red Army's key role in the defeat. The Armata tank drew a...

 
Australian teenager accused over bomb plot

Australian teenager accused over bomb plot

POLICE arrested a 17-year-old and accused him of plotting to detonate three homemade bombs in the Australian city of Melbourne, officials said yesterday in the latest terrorism scare involving a teenager. The teenage boy was arrested on Friday...

 
John Niven: Ed may have failed to convince as a leader - but it was mean-spirited and selfish shy Tories who brought about this result

John Niven: Ed may have failed to convince as a leader - but it was mean-spirited and selfish shy Tories...

I HATE to say it but I had a bad feeling about this one all along. It reminded me very much of 1992, when everyone was stunned as John Major led the Tories to yet another victory. Even David Cameron was astonished by the way the country voted. “I...

 
Gerry Hassan: We will shortly be reminded what a full-throated Tory government is like - and it is not likely to be pretty

Gerry Hassan: We will shortly be reminded what a full-throated Tory government is like - and it is not...

WE awoke on Friday morning to a very different world. A nearly completely yellow Scotland. A bluer England. And a patchwork Wales. The first majority Tory Government elected since 1992 while Scotland passed, in one night, from Labour dominance to even...

 
Sunday Mail opinion: Now we need to take a breath and let moderate, measured politicians such as Nicola Sturgeon take us forward

Sunday Mail opinion: Now we need to take a breath and let moderate, measured politicians such as Nicola...

TO this day, Denis Law refuses to talk about it. More than 40 years on, he insists he cannot remember a thing about the goal he thought had relegated Manchester United on April 27, 1974. Law, by then playing for Manchester rivals City, back-heeled the...

 

Paxo’s jokes and Vine’s arm-waving couldn’t beat the real human drama

It was too cruel, in a way. In one corner, we had three parties and three ultimately very human leaders that were, had we but known it, destined for speedy morning meltdown. In the other, three of the sharpest brains on these islands – Jeremy Paxman,...

Guardian, 00:09 in Showbiz
 

From Spooks to The Game, why the bleak world of spy thrillers is back

Double-crosses, dead drops and desperate dashes across London – the spy story is back. The most obvious indication is the return this weekend of Spooks, resurrected on the big screen four years after the TV series came to an end. Then there is the...

Guardian, 00:09 in Showbiz
 


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