News archive from 10 June 2018

Netherton shooting: Man arrested on suspicion of murder

Netherton shooting: Man arrested on suspicion of murder

A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder following a shooting in Merseyside. Miguel Reynolds, 21, from Manchester was found with gunshot injuries in Assissian Crescent, Netherton, at about 20:00 BST on Thursday.. He was taken to...

BBC, 00:03 in Regional
 

Scots lawyers warn cases could collapse over volume of digital evidence

Defence lawyers have raised concerns that the failure to disclose vital evidence by overworked prosecutors could lead to potential miscarriages of justice. The warnings come after the high-profile collapse of rape cases in England due to lack of...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 

The knives are out for diesel power

The shrink back from diesel power is remorseless, with some manufacturers dropping the oily stuff completely – even though others tell us it’s never been cleaner and can rival petrol for a bill of health. Research on cutting diesel pollution at...

 
Figures reveal ‘alarming’ rise in injuries at mental health units

Figures reveal ‘alarming’ rise in injuries at mental health units

Thousands of patients in NHS mental health units are injured every year when they are restrained by staff, according to new figures which campaigners have branded “horrifying”. A total of 3,652 patients suffered an injury through being restrained...

Guardian, 00:16 in Health
 

We can’t lose our heritage

In their “Vision and Strategic Objectives” outlined in the LDF Core Strategy, planners promised to retain the characteristics of Kirklees which make it attractive. This involved, among other issues, safeguarding the “distinctive and contrasting...

 
Firms will have to justify pay gap between workers and bosses

Firms will have to justify pay gap between workers and bosses

The country's biggest public businesses may soon have to publish the gap between the pay of their chief executive and an average worker. Business Secretary Greg Clark says directors of all companies with more than 250 employees will be required to...

BBC, 00:19 in Regional
 

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Trump believes the North Korea summit is all about him. But Kim has a plan, too

Trump believes the North Korea summit is all about him. But Kim has a plan, too

In 1789, a year of revolution, Benjamin Franklin wrote that nothing was certain except death and taxes. His adage may be due an update as Donald Trump prepares for a mould-breaking summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong-un in Singapore on Tuesday. Who can...

 
Theresa May reiterates strong relationship with US despite slights

Theresa May reiterates strong relationship with US despite slights

Despite repeatedly embarrassing the British prime minister at a politically bruising G7 summit in Quebec, Donald Trump’s controversial visit to the UK next month would still appear to be on. Theresa May insisted that she had exchanged warm greetings...

 
Myleene Klass: cuts to school music lessons are ‘a travesty’

Myleene Klass: cuts to school music lessons are ‘a travesty’

Myleene Klass has condemned cuts to music tuition in schools, joining many public figures and musicians calling for all pupils to be given the right to learn an instrument. The classically trained former pop star said research showed music can help...

Guardian, 00:37 in Learning
 

Earthquake measuring 3.6 on the Richter scale confirmed as rocking Hull

An earthquake measuring 3.9 on the Richter scale has hit Hull. Members of the public reported feeling "tremors" and "shaking" at around 11.15pm Saturday night from Hull right out into Beverley and Elloughton. The epicentre of the...

 
Kitchen towels 'can cause food poisoning'

Kitchen towels 'can cause food poisoning'

Multi-use of kitchen towels is putting households at risk of food poisoning, research suggests. Scientists from the University of Mauritius examined 100 kitchen towels that had been used for a month. They found E.coli was more likely to be found on...

BBC, 00:47 in Health
 

UFC 225, LIVE: Get all the latest updates for Robert Whittaker vs Yoel Romero, plus CM Punk vs Mike Jackson...

Yoel Romero's failure to make weight mean his rematch with Robert Whittaker is no longer for the middlweight title.  That said, their second encounter remains a mouth-watering proposition over five rounds. The main event is positioned on top of...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 
Man dies in stabbing near Turnpike Lane station in Haringey

Man dies in stabbing near Turnpike Lane station in Haringey

A man in his 30s has died in a stabbing near a north London Tube station Officers and the London Ambulance Service were called to Green Lanes near Turnpike Lane station at 21:47 BST on Saturday to reports of a "seriously injured" man. He had...

BBC, 00:55 in Regional
 


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