News archive from 12 October 2015, page 2

Leaving EU “leap in dark”, says ‘in' campaign chief

Leaving EU “leap in dark”, says ‘in' campaign chief

Leaving the European Union would be a "leap in the dark" that would cost each British household thousands of pounds, the businessman in charge of a newly launched campaign against a "Brexit" will warn today. Former Marks &...

Scotsman, 00:22 in Hot News
 
Jeremy Corbyn faces backbench rebellion over Syria

Jeremy Corbyn faces backbench rebellion over Syria

More than 50 Labour MPs could defy Jeremy Corbyn by backing military intervention in Syria, in what would be the first parliamentary rebellion against his leadership. David Cameron has indicated he wants to hold a fresh House of Commons vote on...

Scotsman, 00:22 in Hot News
 
Anger as police tear gas Turkish blast mourners

Anger as police tear gas Turkish blast mourners

Scuffles have broken out in the Turkish capital as police used tear gas to prevent pro-Kurdish politicians and other mourners from laying carnations at the site of two suspected suicide bombings that killed 95 people and wounded hundreds in the...

 
Ohio police ‘justified' in shooting dead boy, 12

Ohio police ‘justified' in shooting dead boy, 12

A white police officer was justified in shooting dead a black 12-year-old boy who was holding a pellet gun moments after pulling up beside him, two independent reports have said. Both a retired FBI agent and a Denver prosecutor found the rookie...

 
Israel airstrike kills pregnant woman and child, 2

Israel airstrike kills pregnant woman and child, 2

An Israeli airstrike killed a pregnant Palestinian woman and her two-year-old daughter in Gaza yesterday, a Gaza health official said, while in the West Bank, police said a Palestinian woman detonated an explosive in her car at a checkpoint, injuring...

 

Jimmy Anderson hopes to make history for England by equalling Wasim Akram's wicket record

One more wicket in the Test series against Pakistan which starts here tomorrow will take him level on 414 with the great Wasim Akram - and into the top ten all-time bowlers. It would be a formidable achievement but Anderson's eyes are focused with...

 

Jamie Peacock ends 'fairytale' Leeds Rhinos career with Grand Final win at Old Trafford

"I told the lads I had a dream about three weeks ago," revealed the veteran Leeds prop. "The dream was that we beat Huddersfield and St Helens before playing Wigan in the Grand Final and beating them. "We've achieved that now, and...

 

Matt Fitzpatrick pockets £3m after landing the British Masters title

The Ryder Cup legend was presenting the British Masters Trophy to Matt Fitzpatrick, who at 21 had been the youngest player in the field for the £3?million revamped tournament. And as the Sheffield bank manager's son was coming to terms with his first...

 
Anger as SSPCA boss pockets £216k pay amid cuts

Anger as SSPCA boss pockets £216k pay amid cuts

The Scottish SPCA has been dubbed a "disgrace" for giving its boss a huge pay rise while shutting down a rescue centre to cut costs. Chief executive Stuart Earley was reportedly paid £216,320 last year, making him one of the UK’s best-paid...

 

David Cameron announces 'national crusade' to encourage more housebuilding

David Cameron has delivered a fresh warning that councils must draw up plans to build thousands of new homes - or the Government will do it for them. The Prime Minister highlighted a 2017 deadline for authorities to put together blueprints for helping...

 

Wallabies face nervous wait over fitness of David Pocock for Scotland match

Serious concerns remain over the fitness of outstanding Wallabies flanker David Pocock, but Australia have abandoned any thoughts of resting players for Sunday’s World Cup quarter-final with Scotland. Pocock was a no-show at the Wallabies’ recovery...

Guardian, 00:27 in Sport
 
Deadly bacteria in online breast milk

Deadly bacteria in online breast milk

Breast milk sold online by British mothers contains potentially deadly bacteria, according to an investigation. A BBC Inside Out reporter posed as the father of a six-month-old baby and bought milk from mothers across the country. The 12 purchases...

 

Toxteth rape reconstruction to feature on BBC's Crimewatch this evening

A Toxteth rape will feature on the BBC’s Crimewatch this evening in a bid to catch the attacker. The programme, aired on BBC 1 at 9pm tonight, Monday, will include a reconstruction of the attack in Beaumont Street, Toxteth, which happened in July this...

 
Colombia's Alta Guajira region struggles with drought

Colombia's Alta Guajira region struggles with drought

Water is as vital as it is scarce in the Alta Guajira region of north-eastern Colombia. It has been three years since its 200,000 inhabitants, most of them members of the Wayuu indigenous group, have seen rain fall. Rain used to fall seasonally here,...

BBC, 00:28 in World News
 
Tom Wood makes a pitch for the job as England captain if Chris Robshaw is axed in Rugby World Cup exit fall-out

Tom Wood makes a pitch for the job as England captain if Chris Robshaw is axed in Rugby World Cup exit...

Tom Wood has revealed that he would be prepared to take on the England captaincy if the RFU's post-World Cup review concludes a leadership change is required. The hosts' disastrous campaign ended on Saturday with a meaningless 60-3 demolition of...

Daily Mail, 00:31 in Sport
 


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