News archive from 13 April 2017

Juventus coach Massimo Allegri keen to praise team effort despite stunning display from two-goal Paulo...

It was soon apparent to Massimiliano Allegri his task was hopeless. In the jammed media auditorium, shortly after the destruction of Barcelona, Juventus’ head coach had intended to spread his praise. ‘I want to congratulate the team for what they have...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Liverpool eye 19-year-old forward Henry Onyekuru but face competition from Southampton and Bournemouth 

Liverpool, Southampton and Bournemouth are continuing to monitor highly-rated Nigerian forward Henry Onyekuru. The Premier League trio have been among clubs to send scouts to watch the 19-year-old in recent weeks playing for Belgian side Eupen....

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 
Last night's TV reviewed: Couple of little misgivings

Last night's TV reviewed: Couple of little misgivings

REPORTED MISSING (BBC1), a new series that started last night, delivered that reminder with the sad truth that every two minutes someone in Britain is reported as missing.  The vast majority of those cases end happily but some do not and in the...

 

Is the deepest part of the ocean harboring life? Scientists find traces of organic material in samples from...

The deepest, darkest and most hostile place on Earth may be harboring life. Researchers have discovered traces of organic material in samples of serpentine that were pulled six miles (10 km) below the sea floor in the Mariana Trench. The team has...

 

Number of potential human trafficking victims in Scotland rises

The number of people brought to Scotland against their will rose in 2016 as campaigners warned many were being forced to work in illegal drug cultivation. Potential victims of human trafficking discovered north of the Border rose to 150 last year, an...

Scotsman, 00:09 in Politics
 
UK manufacturers report strongest export growth since late 2014 - BCC

UK manufacturers report strongest export growth since late 2014 - BCC

British manufacturers reported the fastest export growth in more than two years in early 2017 and the services sector also recovered to rack up its strongest sales growth since last June's Brexit vote, a business survey showed on Thursday. The British...

Reuters, 00:10 in Business
 

Hunt for Barclays whistleblower tests strength of new UK regime

Barclays chief executive Jes Staley's attempts to unmask a whistleblower will be a test case for a regime put in place last year that aims to hold bank bosses to account if they fail to defend reinforced standards. At stake is not just the image of a...

Reuters, 00:10 in Business
 
Post-Brexit customs checks a 'catastrophe' for UK shipping: trade body

Post-Brexit customs checks a 'catastrophe' for UK shipping: trade body

The introduction of physical customs checks following Brexit would be a catastrophe for British ports and shipping and would likely reduce the volume of trade, the head of the sector's UK industry body said on Wednesday. Prime Minister Theresa May has...

Reuters, 00:10 in Business
 

Rangers star Barrie McKay turns down offer to extend deal by two years 

Barrie McKay has turned down an offer to extend his current Rangers deal. Sportsmail understands the Ibrox club tendered a pay rise and another two years on the 22-year-old’s existing deal last month. With a year to run on the current agreement,...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

I will never forget the faces in my life, says haunted Nuri Sahin after Dortmund bus blast

Emotional Borussia Dortmund midfielder Nuri Sahin came through the game he did not want to play on Wednesday night then spoke of the horror he and his team-mates endured during the bomb attack on their team bus just 24 hours earlier. UEFA and the...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
Donald Trump: China 'not a currency manipulator'

Donald Trump: China 'not a currency manipulator'

Donald Trump has said his administration will not label China a currency manipulator, rowing back on a campaign promise. The US president also left open the possibility of re-nominating Janet Yellen as the head of the Federal Reserve, despite having...

BBC, 00:13 in Business
 
Zelda Breath of the Wild UPDATE: New Amiibos to unlock Nintendo Switch and Wii U content

Zelda Breath of the Wild UPDATE: New Amiibos to unlock Nintendo Switch and Wii U content

New Legend of Zelda figures were shown of during the Nintendo Direct presentation, confirming that three new Amiibos will make their debut very soon. The company revealed that they will launch three versions of Link based on models from previous game,...

 

Greg Wright: The wrong blueprint for a new age of apprentices

JUST utter the word “apprentice” and your thoughts surely turn to a noble Lord and his withering assessment of a TV show contestant who believes they can fill his shoes. Go on admit it. In the public consciousness, the word “apprentice” is linked with...

 

Jayne Dowle: Scouting around in the ruins of the ‘Big Society’

IT’S headline news. Record numbers of young people are on the waiting list to join the Scouts. More than 50,000 boys and girls are ready and eager to learn how to tie complicated knots and embark on camping adventures, but there simply aren’t enough...

 

Richard Vautrey: Why we must heal the crisis in GP care

AS record numbers of GP surgeries close, the Government must begin to grasp the real extent of the impact that the crisis in general practice is having upon patients and their communities as general practice reaches breaking point. An investigation by...

 


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