News archive from 11 November 2017

Ruben Loftus-Cheek is better than Tiemoue Bakayoko, says Ian Wright

Ruben Loftus-Cheek is better than Tiemoue Bakayoko, says Ian Wright

Ruben Loftus-Cheek is better than Tiemoue Bakayoko, Ian Wright concluded following England’s 0-0 draw with Germany. Loftus-Cheek, who has been loaned out by Chelsea to Crystal Palace for the season, made an impression on his England debut. More:...

Metro, 00:01 in Sport
 
Trump could lose NUCLEAR weapons power as US politicians scramble to prevent World War 3

Trump could lose NUCLEAR weapons power as US politicians scramble to prevent World War 3

The US Congress has set up a committee to review the powers of the Commander-in-Chief after fears that he could prematurely cause a nuclear war between the US and North Korea. The committee will be headed up by the Republican Bob Corker who has been a...

 

Gareth Southgate heaps praise on Ruben Loftus-Cheek for dominating Mesut Ozil during England debut

Ruben Loftus-Cheek fired his way into World Cup contention as England’s young guns impressed against world champions Germany on Friday night. Gareth Southgate’s side more than held their own against Joachim Low’s side and could have snatched a...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Historic Birmingham war memorials granted listed status

Two historic memorials built in Birmingham to commemorate those from the city who fought in the First World War have been granted listed status. Nechells War Memorial and Hamstead War Memorial have both been awarded Grade II status by the Department...

 
Finn Russell needs to seize his role as Scotland’s most important player

Finn Russell needs to seize his role as Scotland’s most important player

It’s maybe not quite reached the official passing of the torch yet, but there’s still an element of a changing of the guard as Scotland take on Samoa in the opening Autumn Test of 2017 at BT Murrayfield today. Two years ago Greig Laidlaw’s position of...

The Courier, 00:09 in Sport
 
BBC Breakfast viewers get more than they bargained for as ‘sex noises’ ring out over live broadcast

BBC Breakfast viewers get more than they bargained for as ‘sex noises’ ring out over live broadcast

BBC Breakfast viewers enjoyed their cornflakes with a side of sex this morning after naughty noises were played out during a live morning broadcast. Political correspondent Emma Vardy was reporting from outside Westminster when the suspect sounds...

Metro, 00:10 in Showbiz
 

Chelsea's switch to new Stamford Bridge delayed until at least 2024 as redevelopment plans hit set-back

Chelsea will not move into the new Stamford Bridge until at least 2024 after club chiefs revealed the extent of further delays on their stadium redevelopment plans. The Premier League champions had initially outlined a move-in date of the 2021-22...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 
Thornhill Trojans admitted to National Conference in 2015

Thornhill Trojans admitted to National Conference in 2015

Thornhill Trojans have been admitted to the National Conference League for the 2015 season. Thornhill contacted the NCL management following the withdrawal of Hindley and after passing a robust vetting process, the Trojans were voted to be included by...

 
Healthier takeaways are on the menu

Healthier takeaways are on the menu

Brits are eating more fast food than ever, spending on average £1,320 a year on fast food – the equivalent of 12 takeaways each every month. But while they are often cheap, convenient and satisfying, they are not always a healthy option. Unlike...

 

After 60 years it's still a model marriage

HERS was a face in a million - and it was her stunning looks which drew his attention across a crowded dance floor. Doreen Kerfoot had achieved national fame as a teenager after being plucked from relative obscurity to star in a film and become a...

 

Scotland give licence to thrill and run Samoa off their feet at Murrayfield

Scotland will fly out of the blocks at Murrayfield today in search of a ‘brutal and aggressive’ edge to their game against big-hitting Samoa. Gregor Townsend, who will make his home bow as head coach in front of what is fast approaching a sell-out...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 

Winter Olympic Torch Relay diary: Sportsmail joins Team GB stars to help flame on its journey to PyeongChang

At 6:30am, the alarm clock next to the bed buzzes and wakes me up abruptly. I reach to my right, press the button to lift the automatic window blinds, and take a few seconds to look out at the incredible, sprawling landscape of Busan, South Korea....

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 
Louis Walsh confirms Westlife WILL reform sending fans into meltdown

Louis Walsh confirms Westlife WILL reform sending fans into meltdown

Louis Walsh has confirmed what all Westlife fans have been waiting years to hear. The X Factor judge revealed the news that that the Irish pop group will reform, sending fans into a Twitter frenzy. The boy band originally consisted Mark Feehily, Shane...

 
THE MOULTONS PARISH COUNCIL: Objection to new home plan opposite listed building

THE MOULTONS PARISH COUNCIL: Objection to new home plan opposite listed building

Plans to replace a wall with a house next to a listing building in Moulton have been branded as an attempt to make “financial gain”. Parish councillors voted to object to plans by villager Jonathan Barnett to build a new home in High Street opposite...

 

Incredible rare video shows baby being born INSIDE the amniotic sac

This incredible video offers a glimpse into a rare kind of birth: a baby being born in the amniotic sac. Fewer than one in 80,000 babies are born 'en caul', when the bubble of protective membranes which encases a baby in the womb does not break during...

 


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