News archive from 10 September 2015

At rally against Iran deal, Tea Party finds itself trumped by Trump

Revolutions devour their own, and the political revolution once promised by the Tea Party is no different. The rally in opposition of the Iran nuclear agreement in Washington on Wednesday represented the apotheosis of the populist conservative...

 

NHS hospital trust put in special measures over serious care failings

An NHS hospital trust has been put into special measures after inspectors found serious failings in the safety and quality of its care for patients, including untrained receptionists assessing how seriously unwell new arrivals at A&E were. West...

Guardian, 00:01 in Health
 

Top doctor: social inequality in UK costing 550 lives every day

More than 200,000 people in the UK are dying prematurely because of social inequalities that risk becoming entrenched, a top doctor has warned. Sir Michael Marmot, who had advised the coalition on the link between health and wealth, warned that...

Guardian, 00:01 in Health
 
Dangerous pervert had child porn images

Dangerous pervert had child porn images

A DANGEROUS paedophile has been returned to prison after indecent images of children were found on his mobile phone during a police check at his West Yorkshire home. David Jefferson, 62, was arrested after photographs of young girls were found on his...

 
Digital currency may have solved Scottish independence issue

Digital currency may have solved Scottish independence issue

The thorny issue of a Scottish currency was widely regarded as the achilles heel in the campaign for independence which may even have cost the Yes side victory. Now a possible solution is being proposed by economists who believe Scotland could become...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 
Labour calls on SNP to protect private tenants

Labour calls on SNP to protect private tenants

Private sector tenants should be given some of the same legal protection those in council homes benefit from, Labour has argued. Ken Macintosh highlighted the problems of rising rent bills and insecure accommodation facing some of the 312,000...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Politics
 
Old Trafford in crisis? Man United stars confront Louis van Gaal over hardline techniques

Old Trafford in crisis? Man United stars confront Louis van Gaal over hardline techniques

The Dutch boss is infamous for his hardline techniques and rigid schedule and has already had brush ins with some of his players. Among other cases, Van Gaal fined Marcos Rojo after the defender missed their pre-season trip to the United States and...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
FA chief executive Martin Glenn backs Eva Carneiro in row with Chelsea

FA chief executive Martin Glenn backs Eva Carneiro in row with Chelsea

Glenn says she was right to run on and attend to midfielder Eden Hazard late in the game against Swansea last month. The doctor was blasted by Mourinho - as the incident effectively left his side with nine players following Thibaut Courtois's earlier...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
Chelsea ace Eden Hazard: Everyone is out to get us

Chelsea ace Eden Hazard: Everyone is out to get us

Hazard admits the Blues are struggling to cope with life as Premier League champions this season. Jose Mourinho's men are already eight points behind title rivals Manchester City after losing two of their first four games. Hazard is among a handful of...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
Man Utd hero Wayne Rooney backed by Tottenham legend to move England record beyond 60

Man Utd hero Wayne Rooney backed by Tottenham legend to move England record beyond 60

Rooney is already the country's all-time leading scorer after hitting his 50th goal for the Three Lions against Switzerland. But Tottenham legend Lineker, who scored 48 goals for England, is convinced the Manchester United striker will eventually...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 

Adriano Galliani: Mario Balotelli is a changed man since leaving Liverpool for AC Milan

Liverpool flop Mario Balotelli looks a changed man in his second spell at AC Milan, according to club CEO Adriano Galliani. Quoted on ESPN, the Italian has spoken with great optimism about Balotelli's behaviour and attitude since sealing his loan exit...

Metro, 00:07 in Sport
 

The chicken that lived for 18 months without a head

Image copyright LIFE / Getty Images Seventy years ago, a farmer beheaded a chicken in Colorado, and it refused to die. Mike, as the bird became known, survived for 18 months and became famous. But how did he live without a head for so long? On 10...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 

Jonathan King held in child abuse probe

Music mogul Jonathan King one of three men arrested on suspicion of historical child sex offences, BBC understands This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the fullest version....

BBC, 00:09 in World News
 
Former First Minister Alex Salmond earns £2,000 A WEEK for Scottish newspaper columns

Former First Minister Alex Salmond earns £2,000 A WEEK for Scottish newspaper columns

ALEX Salmond is raking in more than £2000 a week for his columns in two Scottish newspapers. The former First Minister writes articles in the Press and Journal and Courier newspapers - pocketing more for his writing than he does as a parliamentarian....

 

UK auditors sound public-sector debt warning

Ministers have failed to impose proper controls on the government’s £222bn collection of financial-sector assets, which will add to public-sector debt, official auditors have found. Despite £62.6bn worth of sell-offs, including shares in Lloyds...

Guardian, 00:10 in Business
 


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