News archive from 10 October 2015

Liverpool transfer news: Jorginho enquiry, Jurgen Klopp keen on Domenico Berardi, Ilkay Gundogan and Marco...

Jurgen Klopp has inspired a wave of optimism at Anfield – but let’s not forget that there’s still a lot of work to do. January will be a key period for the German as he shapes his squad, and amid all the talk of a transfer committee, it looks like he...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Roy Hodgson to experiment in Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania

England will aim to complete a perfect qualifying campaign in Lithuania on Monday with Roy Hodgson picking an experimental lineup after releasing five players back to their clubs before the trip to Vilnius. James Milner, Joe Hart and Gary Cahill, who...

Guardian, 00:02 in Sport
 
Video: Banned driver films himself chasing police car at 120mph

Video: Banned driver films himself chasing police car at 120mph

A Mercedes driver filmed himself doing 120 mph while HE chased a police car on the M20 at Ashford, Kent. Banned motorist Princely Imara gave a running commentary of the high speed pursuit which included ranting against the police. The 24 year old had...

 
Serious crime squad knew of Michelle Thomson deals

Serious crime squad knew of Michelle Thomson deals

THE Serious and Organised Crime Agency (Soca) knew of allegations against the lawyer at the heart of the criminal investigation into property deals linked to MP Michelle Thomson four years ago, the Law Society of Scotland has confirmed. Mrs Thomson...

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
St Albans sinkhole movement tests to last a week

St Albans sinkhole movement tests to last a week

Image copyright Hertfordshire County Council The results of tests for ground movement near the St Albans sinkhole will not be known until "at least the end of next week", a council has said. The 33ft (10m) hole in Fontmell Close opened up on...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 

Riba Stirling Prize 2015: NEO Bankside

A scheme of four housing blocks near the River Thames in London is one of six UK buildings to be shortlisted for the 2015 Riba Stirling Prize for architecture. While a select line-up of judges will decide the winner, the BBC, in partnership with the...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 

Revealed:Margaret Thatcher's press secretary told her she was "insensitive' and "dictatorial'

Margaret Thatcher was told she came across ‘bossy and dictatorial’ by her chief press secretary. But as it was 1985, and she had already been Prime Minister for six years, it was too late to do anything about it. In a five-page memo written ahead of...

Metro, 00:10 in Hot News
 

Medical marijuana: California governor signs bills to regulate industry

Three bills aimed at bringing order and oversight to California’s medical marijuana industry nearly 20 years after the state became the first to legalise the drug for medical use have won Governor Jerry Brown’s signature, his office said on Friday....

Guardian, 00:13 in Health
 

Revealed: Thatcher's anger at plans to exclude her from unveiling of Falklands memorial

Margaret Thatcher reacted with considerable anger after being told there was no room for her at the 1985 official unveiling of the Falklands war memorial in the crypt of St Paul’s Cathedral. In a previously unknown clash between the former prime...

 

Talking Horses: Saturday’s best bets plus the latest racing news

A low draw is not essential in the Cesarewitch but it is certainly an advantage for the right horse if his main rivals are 10 stalls wider. That is the position in which Heartbreak City (3.50) finds himself for the Cesarewitch, the famous big-field...

Guardian, 00:15 in Sport
 
Third of young men in China likely to die from smoking

Third of young men in China likely to die from smoking

ONE in three young men in China is likely to die from the effects of smoking tobacco, research has found. The study, by researchers from Oxford University, the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and the Chinese Centre for Disease Control, show that...

Scotsman, 00:15 in Health
 
Politeness and eloquence on the road to Europe

Politeness and eloquence on the road to Europe

Image copyright Getty Images Reporting for weeks on the journeys of migrants as they trek north across south-eastern Europe, the BBC's Nick Thorpe now dreams of little else. He has talked to hundreds of people from dozens of countries - and to those...

BBC, 00:16 in World News
 
UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Scottish FA for poor handling of Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland

UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Scottish FA for poor handling of Euro 2016 qualifier against Poland

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against the Scottish Football Association for its handling of Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifier between Scotland and Poland at Hampden Park. The governing body listed 'insufficient organisation', 'field invasions...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 
Josh Magennis: I shut people up after helping Northern Ireland qualify for Euro 2016... I used to be a laughing stock

Josh Magennis: I shut people up after helping Northern Ireland qualify for Euro 2016... I used to be a...

Northern Ireland hero Josh Magennis believes that helping his country qualify for Euro 2016 has finally silenced the doubters who labelled him a ‘laughing stock.' Magennis replaced the suspended Kyle Lafferty against Greece on Thursday night and...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 
Gordon Strachan given seal of approval by Scotland legends to remain in charge

Gordon Strachan given seal of approval by Scotland legends to remain in charge

Alex McLeish believes his close friend Gordon Strachan WILL decide to stay on as manager of Scotland. The former national team boss spoke out amid speculation Strachan will quit following Thursday night’s crushing Euro 2016 failure. Scotland legend...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 


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