News archive from 12 August 2013

Fracking 'must be accepted by all'

David Cameron has insisted that the whole of the country should accept fracking, claiming the controversial method of extracting gas will attract "real public support" when the benefits are explained. The Prime Minister said the process...

 

This has gone on long enough. If Rooney wants to leave United for Chelsea he must force through a move NOW

Wayne Rooney needs to leave Manchester United. It's the best thing for him but, by making Chelsea wait, United are casting a shadow across their own season. The modern game and its ways make it very difficult to keep unhappy players. Liverpool may...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

That's a bit of a mouthful! Madonna shows off diamond encrusted grills as she attends Menton music festival...

Madonna showed off her distinctive looking grills when she arrived in the south of France accompanied by boyfriend Brahim Zaibat. The 54-year-old singer was paying a visit to Menton, a picturesque coastal town close to the French-Italian border and...

 

Fracking 'must be accepted by all'

David Cameron has insisted that the whole of the country should accept fracking, claiming the controversial method of extracting gas will attract "real public support" when the benefits are explained. The Prime Minister said the process...

 

Dare to bare! Apprentice runner-up Luisa Zissman wears gold tasseled bikini as she treats herself to a...

She spent weeks cooped up in Sir Alan Sugar's boardroom as she tried her best to become his next apprentice. So it's no surprise that Luisa Zissman felt the need to treat herself to a much needed holiday in the sun, spotted topping up her tan in Spain...

 

Va-va-Vergara! Colombian beauty Sofia makes an eye-catching exit from dinner

Another day, another glamorous sighting of Sofia Vergara. We simply can't get enough of the stunning Colombian beauty, who never fails to impress as she turns every footpath into her own personal runway. On Saturday night, the Modern Family star made...

 

Approaching 40, a curvier Kate Moss: Parties and cigarettes may have finally caught up with model as she...

Until now she has appeared to defy all signs of ageing, despite a less-than-healthy fondness for parties and cigarettes. But time may finally have begun to catch up with Kate Moss, who will turn 40 in January. The supermodel, whose waif-like figure...

 

Fracking 'must be accepted by all'

David Cameron has insisted that the whole of the country should accept fracking, claiming the controversial method of extracting gas will attract "real public support" when the benefits are explained. The Prime Minister said the process...

 

Cleric 'held by acid attack police'

A cleric wanted in connection with the acid attack which injured two British teenagers in Zanzibar has handed himself in to police, according to reports. Sheikh Issa Ponda Issa was injured earlier this weekend as he tried to evade police, following...

 

Police plea as fears grow for girl

Police have released a new picture of a 13-year-old girl who has been missing almost a week amid growing concerns for her welfare. Erika Kacicova was last seen on Monday afternoon when she left her family's home in Darnall, Sheffield, South...

 
Economy of a refugee camp

Economy of a refugee camp

The door of a metal cargo container creaks open to reveal a row of embroidered and bejewelled dresses in red, pink and white. I had stepped into Atef's wedding dress hire shop, a business that serves as a reminder that romance blossom in the bleakest...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 

Dufner wins first major of his career with a brilliant final round at Oak Hill

Jason Dufner has won his first major after shooting a brilliant final round at the US PGA Championship at Oak Hill. Dufner, who lost a play-off to Keegan Bradley two years ago, finished on 10 under par, two clear of overnight leader Jim Furyk....

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 
How Jon Oringer became Silicon Alley's first billionaire

How Jon Oringer became Silicon Alley's first billionaire

Jon Oringer, 39, founded 10 companies before he hit on the idea for Shutterstock, the successful stock-photo website that has made him Silicon Alley's first billionaire. "I'd failed a whole bunch of times before that and I was willing to fail...

 

£77m to promote cycling in cities

A big cash injection for cycling as well as a nationwide drive to promote cycling in cities and national parks has been announced by the Prime Minister. The initiative includes plans to make roads safer for those on two wheels and means a number of...

 

Subpostmasters knock sell off plans

Controversial plans to privatise the Royal Mail has come under fresh attack after subpostmasters were urged to refuse to stock information on how the public can buy shares. The National Federation of SubPostmasters (NFSP) attacked a bid by the Post...

 


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