News archive from 11 August 2013

Redknapp: I feel sorry for Madrid... Levy is the best poker player in town and will squeeze every penny out...

Tottenham are resigned to losing Gareth Bale to Real Madrid, according to former Spurs midfielder Jamie Redknapp, because he has 'outgrown' the club - but not before chairman Daniel Levy has squeezed every last penny out of the deal. Spurs have...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

I'll copy Hammers to stay up! Cardiff boss wants to emulate West Ham and Saints

Malky Mackay will take inspiration from West Ham and Southampton to keep newcomers Cardiff in the Premier League for more than just one season. They are back in the top flight for the first time in 51 years and go to West Ham next Saturday. The...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

MY ASHES VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Former England bowler Angus Fraser's favourite memories of England v Australia

MY ASHES: PREVIOUS INSTALMENTS ALEC STEWART PAUL BURNHAM SHAUN TAIT PHIL TUFNELL MARCUS TRESCOTHICK Each and every day of this Ashes series, MailOnline Sport brings you My Ashes - exclusive video interviews with current and ex-cricket pros, plus a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

U.S. presses Sri Lanka to investigate army's killing of protesters

President Mahinda Rajapaksa's government has ordered the army to conduct a prompt investigation into the incident, during which, the protesters say, the military attacked them as they took refuge in a church. "We are particularly concerned by...

 

High street spending spree boosts recovery: Clothes and pubs are big winners as shoppers add to Osborne's...

The economic recovery powered ahead last month as shoppers returned in force to the high streets and consumer spending jumped again, according to exclusive research compiled for The Mail on Sunday. Figures showed consumer spending rising 4.8 per cent...

 

RBS may float new bank to solve branch sale dilemma

A public sale of shares in a newly created bank is emerging as the favourite solution as taxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland attempts to offload 318 of its branches. Three bids are being examined by RBS, but only one proposes an outright takeover of...

 

Leading model agencies still owed thousands by bankrupt Nicole Farhi

Top modelling agencies have been left thousands of pounds out of pocket by the collapse of the Nicole Farhi fashion chain. It left debts of almost £19 million, including £3 million to unsecured creditors such as staff, modelling...

 

More people in employment could pose threat to Bank of England interest rate strategy

Unemployment figures due this week are expected to show fresh evidence of recovery, but a drop in the jobless numbers could pose the first challenge to the Bank of England's new strategy on interest rates. Some economists argue the jobless numbers...

 

Power to the people: After wind turbines and fracking the energy battle has turned to rivers - but this...

Britain's villages are in the front line in a new battle over energy, with investors seeking big profits. But this is not about fracking for shale gas - this row is about hydro-electric power. Supporters believe that a network of small hydro-electric...

 

The big test for students: which bank do I choose? Garry Hendry makes £19 a year by putting £1,000...

Nearly half a million youngsters will be heading off for their first year at university next month - and most will be managing their own finances for the first time. Successful day-to-day budgeting will boil down to sensible spending of available...

 

'Felt it was a bit of a rip-off so turned it down': Mobile insurance is not half as clever as a smartphone...

London Mayor Boris Johnson has signed up the capital to take part in a transatlantic crackdown on smartphone theft, which is costing victims millions of pounds. Every month, thousands of people - 10,000 in London alone - have their high-tech mobiles...

 

'I'd done some building work while in the fire service and developed a real interest in property': Is it...

New figures show that the buy-to-let bandwagon is picking up speed - with a record number of would-be landlords rushing to climb on board as rental demand and loan availability burgeons. Last week, the Council of Mortgage Lenders revealed that the...

 

'Using the right credit card has saved us cash on revamping our home': How to cut bills by hundreds of...

More than 30 million people rely on credit cards to pay for everyday essentials. But using the wrong card can cost you hundreds of pounds - in interest charges or missing out on free cashback or rewards. With competition fierce among card...

 

How to beat a plague of pests in your home - without them biting a hole in your pocket

If you can hear scratching in the attic or buzzing in the chimney then you probably have unwanted guests - and getting rid of them is likely to bite a hole in your pocket. If pests cause damage, such as squirrels eating through electric wires in your...

 
The Woman's Hour mix – does it work?

The Woman's Hour mix – does it work?

Woman's Hour presenter Jenni Murray. Photograph: Sophia Evans for the Observer Vaginal dryness. Vaginal dryness – oh yes! Just one item into today's Woman's Hour and we've already hit the jackpot. Biff the gin time for a drinking-games person;...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 


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