News archive from 10 September 2014

Danny Welbeck's England heroics showed Manchester United what they may miss... here, Sportsmail pick seven...

Danny Welbeck showed Manchester United what they may miss at Old Trafford with two goals in England's 2-0 win over Switzerland on Monday night. The striker made his £16million move to Arsenal on the transfer deadline day, and the striker has already...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Scunthorpe Scorpions tear Berwick Bandits apart to seal top six finish

Scunthorpe Scorpions tear Berwick Bandits apart to seal top six finish

SCUNTHORPE Scorpions sent out a message to their Premier League play-off rivals with a huge 62-34 win over the Berwick Bandits at the Eddie Wright Raceway on Tuesday night - their biggest win of the season. The Scorpions are now absolutely 100 per...

 
Germany’s far-right neo-Nazi party at low ebb

Germany’s far-right neo-Nazi party at low ebb

Germany's biggest far-right party, which once fuelled fears of a neo-Nazi surge, is now in the doldrums. While some other European countries such as France and Greece are seeing a rise in the far right, the National Democratic Party was last week...

 
Ukraine: Russia defiant as EU imposes sanctions

Ukraine: Russia defiant as EU imposes sanctions

NEW sanctions against Russia were due to come into effect last night despite warnings from the Kremlin of retaliation. The European Union said the sanctions would be “reversible”, depending on the situation in Ukraine. Western allies claim Moscow has...

 
Floods claim 400 as India and Pakistan try to help

Floods claim 400 as India and Pakistan try to help

The death toll from floods in Pakistan and India reached 400 yesterday as armies in both countries rushed to help those caught up in the deluge and

 
Pressure on Iraq’s new PM as IS marches on

Pressure on Iraq’s new PM as IS marches on

Iraqi politicians have urged the country's new prime minister to quickly assign critical posts to spearhead efforts against Islamist State (IS), as the United States called the formation of a new government a major milestone. On Monday, prime minister...

 
Apple Watch: The net reacts to Apple's first wearable

Apple Watch: The net reacts to Apple's first wearable

It's not often that details of a major tech product can be kept under wraps until it appears on stage, but the Apple Watch managed to dodge the rumour sites and stay a secret right to the end. It helped that Apple isn't ready to release the wearable...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
Awareness during surgery can cause long-term harm, says report

Awareness during surgery can cause long-term harm, says report

A medic prepares surgical tools in an operating theatre. Photograph: Frances Roberts/Alamy At least 150 and possible several thousand patients a year are conscious while they are undergoing surgery in the operating theatre, according to a report which...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 

Teenagers who use cannabis every day 60% less likely to finish school

The researchers have called for their findings to be considered in any cannabis legalisation reform. Photograph: Juan Mabromata/AFP/Getty Images Teenagers who use cannabis daily before the age of 17 are more than 60% less likely to complete high...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health
 
Carney signals higher rates; return to wage growth

Carney signals higher rates; return to wage growth

Interest rates and wages could start rising next year if the UK's jobs market continues on its path to recovery, Mark Carney said yesterday. Addressing the annual TUC conference, in Liverpool, the Bank of England governor told union leaders borrowing...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 
Innis & Gunn raises glass to Thatchers agreement

Innis & Gunn raises glass to Thatchers agreement

Beer maker Innis & Gunn is cheering a new agreement that will see the firm market cider brand Thatchers throughout the United States. Under the exclusive three-year tie-up, the Edinburgh-based company will assume all administrative, marketing and...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 
East Coast operator generates bumper earnings

East Coast operator generates bumper earnings

The company that runs the London to Scotland East Coast main line for the UK government will have paid £1 billion to the Treasury by the time it is re-privatised, union officials said yesterday. East Coast has been run by Directly Operated Railways...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 
Comment: Carney addresses unions | East Coast

Comment: Carney addresses unions | East Coast

WITH a clear eye to his audience, Bank of England governor Mark Carney told the annual TUC conference yesterday that the hard hand of the Great Recession has fallen squarely on Britain's households and rank-and-file workers. Carney told his Liverpool...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Business
 
UK energy firms to refund £153m from closed accounts

UK energy firms to refund £153m from closed accounts

Electricity suppliers have been warned to do everything within their powers to prevent such a buildup of funds from happening again. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Britain's biggest energy firms have agreed to refund more than £153m to 3.5 million...

Guardian, 00:11 in Business
 
Joan McAlpine: Real power is within Scotland's grasp so don't be duped by derisory Devo-Zero scam

Joan McAlpine: Real power is within Scotland's grasp so don't be duped by derisory Devo-Zero scam

ALL this talk of timetables for change makes me feel like I am back in school. So too does being lectured at by the No campaign. I suspect the people of Scotland feel the same. It’s the people who should decide what new powers they get. And it’s the...

 


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