News archive from 11 November 2013

Two Egyptian soldiers shot dead near Ismailia

Attacks on the security forces have become commonplace since Islamist president Mohamed Mursi was removed from power by the army on July 3 following mass protests against his rule. His downfall set off an armed campaign against the state by militants...

 

If Young's a cheat what does that make the guy who fouled him?

Outside Old Trafford on Sunday the latest edition of Red Issue fanzine was on sale. Ashley Young was its cover star. "Armistice Day: Fallen Remembered' read the mocking headline. Beneath was a photograph of Young, tumbling, as he has with...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Now Moyes is bringing best out of Rooney... he was like TWO players

Our big game experts Jamie Redknapp, Martin Keown and Graham Poll offer their verdicts on the key moments at Old Trafford on Sunday. THE MATCH-WINNER KEOWN: Our main graphic shows that Arsenal, marking zonally rather than man-to-man, have eight...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Our fierce front five can help this team explode into life

England's two performances this autumn have been good enough to maintain their winning streak but now comes the real marker against New Zealand. In gauging England's progression towards the World Cup so far it is defeat by Wales in March that stands...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

All Blacks vow to show England why they are No 1 at Twickenham

The All Blacks descended on London on Sunday bristling over an impression that England have become a bit too big for their boots. The grudge match at Twickenham on Saturday will be exactly that for the World Cup holders, in no mood to let history...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Lallana hopes grinning Hodgson will listen to World Cup dreams after solo goal

Adam Lallana is determined not to become a one-cap wonder after dazzling England manager Roy Hodgson with a sublime solo goal. Watching from the St Mary's stands, Hodgson grinned from ear to ear as Lallana justified his international call-up with a...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

We're back: Rooney sets United top spot target by New Year after Van Persie sinks his former club

Wayne Rooney set Manchester United a target to be top of the Barclays Premier League by January 1 after they stunned leaders Arsenal. Former Gunners striker Robin van Persie scored the 27th-minute winner for the reigning champions to end Arsene...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
Silicon Valley: How can it attract and keep more women?

Silicon Valley: How can it attract and keep more women?

From Twitter lacking a single female on its board to sexist prank apps at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco, the past few weeks have seen increased debate about the discrimination faced by women in Silicon Valley. Continue reading the...

 
Downton Abbey to return for fifth series

Downton Abbey to return for fifth series

The fifth series of Downton Abbey will be written by Julian Fellowes. Photograph: Jonathan Hordle/Rex Downton Abbey fans will be delighted to learn that the period drama is returning to ITV for a fifth series next year. The announcement of a fifth...

Guardian, 00:09 in Showbiz
 

Record UK business confidence may not mean quick hiring - survey

The Bank says it will not think about raising rock-bottom interest rates until unemployment falls to that level, something it said in August would only happen in late 2016. Employer confidence in the three months to October hit its highest level in...

Reuters, 00:10 in Business
 
Strong start for Help to Buy, say lenders

Strong start for Help to Buy, say lenders

Two major lenders have reported a strong uptake in the first month of the government's extended Help to Buy mortgage guarantee scheme. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and Halifax said they had received a total of 2,384 applications, potentially worth...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
HMRC targets unpaid intern employers

HMRC targets unpaid intern employers

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is targeting 200 employers who recently advertised internships to ensure they are paying the minimum wage. The agency, which is responsible for enforcing the national minimum wage, is sending out letters to the companies,...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Employers still cautious on hiring new staff

Employers still cautious on hiring new staff

Stronger economic growth in the UK over the next few years will not be accompanied by a big rise in employment, a survey has suggested. A survey by the CIPD, a body for HR professionals, found the majority of employers were planning to take on new...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Jamal Edwards: Amateur film-maker turned multimillionaire

Jamal Edwards: Amateur film-maker turned multimillionaire

From a teenager on a council estate in west London to self-made multimillionaire, Jamal Edwards hasn't done too badly for himself in a very short space of time. Still just 23 years old, the amateur film-maker turned media boss is worth more than £8m,...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Is Ireland's economic hangover really over?

Is Ireland's economic hangover really over?

"There was a brashness and preoccupation with wealth that rested uncomfortably with the Irish psyche," says businessman and corporate turnaround expert Gerry Robinson of his country's boom years. The Donegal-born former chief executive of...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 


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