News archive from 10 November 2015

Carmichael: I wasn't fully truthful over leaked memo

Carmichael: I wasn't fully truthful over leaked memo

Former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael has admitted that he hadn't initially told the full truth to an official inquiry into a leak he sanctioned about Nicola Sturgeon during the election. The Orkney and Shetland MP revealed in a special...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Politics
 
Peter Jones: Celebrate the devolution revolution

Peter Jones: Celebrate the devolution revolution

Scotland is set to be much more fiscally powerful. Politicians should be shouting it from the rooftops, says Peter Jones Landmarks in Scotland’s, and Britain’s, constitutional history come thick and fast these days. Yesterday the Act adding the latest...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Politics
 

The Fiery Maze

Rock statesman Tim Finn (Split Enz, Crowded House) and the late Australian poet Dorothy Porter began working on a rock concert album in 1995. Now Tim Finn will be joined by performer Abi Tucker to present the songs about love, sex and obsession....

 

Further education colleges on a cliff edge, says Labour

The future of post-16 education is “on a cliff edge”, Labour has said, with sixth form and further education colleges facing possible closure as the Treasury pushes for savings as part of the upcoming spending review. The Department for Education is...

Guardian, 00:06 in Learning
 
Factory extension which will create 130 jobs opens today

Factory extension which will create 130 jobs opens today

A Wearside factory extension which is set to create more than 100 jobs opens today, a month ahead of schedule. Car parts firm ZF TRW will be creating 130 jobs at its Rainton Bridge site over the next few years, with the first 30 employees joining the...

 
Watch: Man United captain Wayne Rooney slaps WWE superstar Wade Barrett

Watch: Man United captain Wayne Rooney slaps WWE superstar Wade Barrett

The United star was in the front row enjoying the Monday Night RAW action as he was approached by Preston fan Barrett and goaded by the wrestler. Rooney reacted angrily giving the Barrett a hard slap to the face shocking the Manchester crowd. Barrett,...

Daily Star, 00:08 in Sport
 
Migrant crisis: How one city in Germany is coping

Migrant crisis: How one city in Germany is coping

Image copyright Thinkstock For many of the three-quarters of a million migrants who have reached Europe's shores so far in 2015, Germany has been the intended destination. It expects at least 800,000 asylum applications by the end of this year alone...

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 

David Cameron prepares for battle with EU allies over ‘resolvable’ aims

David Cameron will set the stage for a battle with some of Britain’s traditional EU allies and with Eurosceptic cabinet ministers when he finally outlines his EU reform plans in writing for the first time. The prime minister will reject claims that he...

 

Hopes of Black Friday deals dampen October sales, says BRC

Britain’s retailers experienced a drop in sales last month, according to industry figures that suggest shoppers are putting off spending in anticipation of the discounts on Black Friday at the end of November. The British Retail Consortium also said...

Guardian, 00:11 in Business
 
White Rose winners announced

White Rose winners announced

The cream of Yorkshire's tourism industry rubbed shoulders with sporting heroes and starsof the stage and screen as they picked up top prizes at the biggest ever White Rose Awards. Lizzie Jones, the widow of rugby league star, Danny Jones, opened the...

 
Shakespeare 400th anniversary celebrated in Glasgow

Shakespeare 400th anniversary celebrated in Glasgow

Four of Scotland's leading arts and educational institutions are to join forces to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare next year, they announced today. The collaboration between the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Glasgow...

 
How squats, lunges and walking could keep your mind young: Strong legs 'help the brain resist the effects of ageing'

How squats, lunges and walking could keep your mind young: Strong legs 'help the brain resist the effects...

Squats, lunges and a brisk walk could be the key to keeping your mind young, a new study has today suggested. Scientists have discovered a link between the strength of a person's legs and the ability of their brain to resist the effects of ageing. ...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Health
 

Joe Burns and Usman Khawaja nail Australian Test team auditions

Khawaja and Burns deliver when it matters In his own playing career Mark Waugh had a knack for the kind of fleeting, impressionistic moments of brilliance that lingered in the mind’s eye for years. As a national selector involved in formulating the...

Guardian, 00:13 in Sport
 
David Cameron: EU reform is 'not an impossible task'

David Cameron: EU reform is 'not an impossible task'

Image copyright Reuters Reforming the UK's membership of the EU will be a big, but not impossible, task, David Cameron is to say as he publishes his list of demands later. The prime minister will set out his aims in a letter to European Council...

BBC, 00:14 in World News
 
Nobody wants to see Van Gaal’s style! Yet another Man United legend slams Dutch boss

Nobody wants to see Van Gaal’s style! Yet another Man United legend slams Dutch boss

Former United star Paul Scholes recently blasted the Dutch boss for not producing exciting football at Old Trafford. Van Gaal responded by stressing he disagreed with and was unconcerned by Scholes' comments with his side currently fourth in the...

Daily Star, 00:15 in Sport
 


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