News archive from 12 September 2017

Cleaning chemicals lung fear: Harsh disinfectants increase risk of COPD

Cleaning chemicals lung fear: Harsh disinfectants increase risk of COPD

A study, published last night, warns that regularly breathing in the strong cleaning chemicals can raise the risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) by up to 32 per cent.  The condition includes emphysema, which damages the lungs, and...

 
Plans revealed to demolish neglected Roebank Arcade shops in Bransholme

Plans revealed to demolish neglected Roebank Arcade shops in Bransholme

A neglected arcade of shops will be demolished to make way for sheltered housing and new retail units. Plans to flatten the Roebank Arcade of shops in Bransholme have been submitted to Hull City Council by Nagra Properties Ltd, who bought the units...

 

Real Madrid reveal four captains for the season... with Karim Benzema the safe option given rap sheet of...

Real Madrid have announced their captains for the new season, and it is no surprise that the club have been forced to name four given the ill-discipline of those who are supposed to lead by example. Sergio Ramos will continue in his role as the...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Doctor Foster season 2: Bertie Carvel drops BIG clue Gemma will be exposed as the VILLAIN

Doctor Foster season 2: Bertie Carvel drops BIG clue Gemma will be exposed as the VILLAIN

The cheating husband of heroine Gemma Foster (played by Suranne Jones) proved to be more sickening than ever before as he turned their only child against the titular doctor while she appeared to be set for a harrowing break down.  While Simon’s...

 
Great British Bake Off 2017: Noel Fielding's shock audition EXPOSED 'I was under prepared'

Great British Bake Off 2017: Noel Fielding's shock audition EXPOSED 'I was under prepared'

Some fans of Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins and the original BBC show struggled to warm to the Mighty Boosh comedian’s quirky brand of humour, but the new star of the culinary contest has revealed how he landed the most sought-after job in televison....

 

Dong to build biggest offshore wind farm

DANISH developer Dong Energy will build the world’s largest offshore wind farm off the coast of Yorkshire, proposing to produce electricity at a record low cost. Yesterday’s government auction — at which firms bid for subsidies by offering low “strike...

 

TUC to lead mental health campaign

Unions will increase awareness in the British workplace THE TUC will spearhead a major national campaign to increase public awareness of mental health in the workplace. Delegates at conference yesterday urged the government to make understanding of...

 

DUP deal needs Parliament’s OK

THE £1 billion sweetheart deal the Tories struck with North Irish extremists to prop up Theresa May will need to be approved by Parliament, government lawyers admitted yesterday. Officials were challenged to come up with the legal basis for the deal...

 

Irma batters Cuba and Florida coast

CUBA’S capital Havana and the US city of Miami were counting the cost yesterday after Hurricane Irma flooded both with seawater. The deadly tropical storm, the strongest since records began, swept inland across the US state of Florida towards Georgia...

 

Pope: become slaves to peace forever

POPE FRANCIS urged Colombians to be “slaves to peace forever” on Sunday, the last day of his visit to promote reconciliation. He flew home to Rome on Sunday night after his final stop in the port city of Cartagena. There he prayed at the tomb of of St...

 

South Africa: Cosatu builds strike against ‘predatory elite’ and its power

SOUTH AFRICAN trade unions urged yesterday for workers to support a national strike this month to challenge the power of what it called a “predatory elite” and press President Jacob Zuma to set up an inquiry into its infl uence on the government. The...

 

Could the Tory ship capsize?

THE Tories’ post-election bung to the Democratic Unionist Party gifted trade unionists an easy retort to rhetorical questions of where money for a comprehensive public-service pay rise could be found. “From the same place you found the billion quid...

 

Richard Leonard offers us a chance for change

Labour can finally shake off its Blairite shackles and win back the Scottish people for progressive politics, says VINCE MILLS SCOTTISH Labour leadership elections are a bit like Glasgow buses — you wait ages for one and then along come three....

 

Raising awareness of exploitation

ARTISTS’ UNION ENGLAND explains how its TUC comrades can make sure artists get paid THE Artists’ Union England (AUE) motion to the TUC Congress 2017 asks TUC affiliates and members to spend 1 per cent of building or refurbishment budgets on art. This...

 

Entertainment’s class ceiling must be smashed

We must ensure entertainers are valued and equal, writes CHRISTINE PAYNE BEING working class and having a successful career in the entertainment industry is sadly not the norm. It is a startling fact that over 90 per cent of jobs in the creative...

 


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