News archive from 11 May 2015

In pictures: Bafta TV Awards 2015

In pictures: Bafta TV Awards 2015

The Bafta television awards have taken place in London. Here are some of the key moments from the red carpet and the winners' room in pictures. Georgina Campbell was the surprise winner of best actress - beating the likes of Sarah Lancashire and...

BBC, 00:01 in Regional
 
Kate Cross take eight wickets for Heywood CC in Central Lancashire League

Kate Cross take eight wickets for Heywood CC in Central Lancashire League

Kate Cross put any doubts over whether she could compete against the men by claiming eight wickets for Heywood against Unsworth in the Central Lancashire League. As revealed in M.E.N. Sport, the Lancashire and England ace made history last month by...

 

NASSER HUSSAIN: Andrew Strauss must axe safety-first tactics and get England to go for it in his new role...

It has been a tempestuous few days for the English game, with the sacking of Peter Moores as coach and the appointment of Andrew Strauss as director of cricket. Sportsmail’s NASSER HUSSAIN discusses the way ahead...   England need stability From...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Paul Farbrace wants England to play with freedom as he seeks to ensure players don't waste their talent at...

Paul Farbrace will encourage England’s players to be themselves as he embarks on a new role as interim coach that could yet lead to the No 1 job following the sacking of Peter Moores. Barely a year after becoming Moores’s assistant, the 47-year-old...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
SNP to demand control of Commons Scots committee

SNP to demand control of Commons Scots committee

THE SNP is to demand control of the Commons Scottish affairs committee and a rewrite of the rules to allow it to hold a majority of the places on it. Westminster rules state that all select committees should reflect the balance of MPs in the whole...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 

Whose Line Is It Anyway? returns as West End show

Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the improvised TV gameshow that starred Stephen Fry, Paul Merton, Josie Lawrence and John Sessions among others, is to return as a live stage show nearly 30 years after it began on Channel 4. The two-week run at London’s...

 

Pilots say poll shows public want strict curbs on flying drones in cities

Most people think there should be stricter rules on the qualifications for flying a drone in urban areas, according to a new report. A survey of more than 2,000 adults by the British Airline Pilots Association (Balpa) also showed that half think there...

 
Watch: M60 lorry driver caught reading a book at the wheel as police launch undercover lorry to tackle bad driving

Watch: M60 lorry driver caught reading a book at the wheel as police launch undercover lorry to tackle bad...

A lorry driver was caught reading a book at the wheel while driving on the M60. He was one of a number of HGV drivers snared by an undercover police lorry working in the roadworks on the motorway. Traffic officers from Greater Manchester Police began...

 

Falling price of processed foods fuelling obesity crisis, says study

The decades-long trend for “unhealthy” foods to get cheaper while fruit and vegetables become more expensive is fuelling the global obesity crisis, according to the Overseas Development Institute (ODI) thinktank in London. It says relative prices for...

Guardian, 00:15 in Business
 

Poland's presidential vote goes to runoff

The nationalist opposition candidate Andrzej Duda is expected to win the most votes in the first round of Poland’s presidential election and will face incumbent Bronislaw Komorowski in a 24 May runoff, according to an exit poll. In a surprise...

 

Arsenal "scout Celtic defender Virgil va Dijk ahead of £10million transfer bid'

Arsenal have reportedly sent scouts to watch Celtic defender Virgil van Dijk ahead of a £10million transfer bid. The Gunners have been impressed with the performances of the Dutch centre-back and believe he could bolster their defensive options. The...

Metro, 00:17 in Sport
 

Channel 4's hit comedy Whose Line Is It Anyway to return as live stage show

Channel 4 hit Whose Line Is it Anyway? is set to be revived as a live show featuring regulars from the original series including host Clive Anderson. Comics from the original show including Colin Mochrie, Josie Lawrence, Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood...

Guardian, 00:17 in Showbiz
 
Scot Michael Gove back as new Justice Secretary

Scot Michael Gove back as new Justice Secretary

THE most senior Scot in the Conservative party, Michael Gove, has made a dramatic return in the government after he was handed the job of Justice Secretary by David Cameron. Mr Gove, who courted controversy as education secretary in England with a...

Scotsman, 00:20 in Hot News
 

Leeds nostalgia: The story of Duncan Street

This week's blended picture shows Duncan Street in Leeds, the two dates being more than a century apart. The short street links Briggate and Boar Lane, two of the main thoroughfares of the city and adjoins New Market Street. However, it didn’t always...

 
Scots footballer hailed for taking game to Europe

Scots footballer hailed for taking game to Europe

HE was a Celtic stalwart who helped bring Scottish-style football to continental Europe. A book celebrating the most influential figures in the early years of British football reveals the pioneering role played by one of the first Scottish football...

 


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