News archive from 13 May 2016

Jamie Vardy has more goals after a fairytale season

Jamie Vardy is looking to end a fairytale season with Leicester by getting married and then scoring the goals to lead England to European Championship success in France. The 29-year-old was named Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year...

Belper News, 00:00 in Sport
 
Could YOU be suffering from the CANCER no one wants to talk about?

Could YOU be suffering from the CANCER no one wants to talk about?

But women don’t want to talk about gynaecological cancer, which includes cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, womb cancer and vaginal cancer. New research from gynaecological cancer research charity The Eve Appeal, shows there is an alarming lack of...

 
High Court to rule on Isle of Wight term-time holiday case

High Court to rule on Isle of Wight term-time holiday case

The case of a father who refused to pay a £120 fine for taking his daughter on an unauthorised term-time holiday is due to be heard by the High Court. Magistrates had ruled that Jon Platt had no case to answer as, overall, his daughter had attended...

BBC, 00:03 in Regional
 
Why is Russia so desperate to win Eurovision?

Why is Russia so desperate to win Eurovision?

Russia is the bookies' favourite to win this year's Eurovision song contest, and one reason for this is that it has spared no expense to produce an expertly staged performance. Winning Eurovision seems to have become a national priority, but why?...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 
Senator Rand Paul to back bill blocking FBI hacking expansion

Senator Rand Paul to back bill blocking FBI hacking expansion

WASHINGTON Kentucky Senator Rand Paul plans to become the first Republican co-sponsor of legislation to block a pending judicial rule change that would let U.S. judges issue search warrants for remote access to computers located in any jurisdiction,...

 

Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea tells Joe Marler to keep playing "on the edge"

Conor O'Shea has told Joe Marler to keep playing "on the edge" despite the England prop seeing a sports psychologist to keep a lid on his temper. Harlequins boss O'Shea believes Marler can actually benefit in the long-term from a wretched...

 
PPI victims 'should have got £5bn more'

PPI victims 'should have got £5bn more'

Twelve million consumers who were mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance (PPI) should have got an extra £5bn, a group of MPs has said. That is the total amount that claims management companies charged clients to process their complaints. MPs on the...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Experts say parents are 'held ransom' as family holiday prices DOUBLE during school breaks

Experts say parents are 'held ransom' as family holiday prices DOUBLE during school breaks

Families face paying up twice as much for package holidays to popular destinations as soon as the schools break up for summer, according to new research. The findings come as parent John Platt from the Isle of Wight awaits a High Court ruling this...

 
How online 'influencers' are changing the food industry

How online 'influencers' are changing the food industry

Five years ago, you had to have a couple of Michelin stars, your own TV show, or have concocted the next big food trend to earn a publishing deal that launched your new cookbook. Now it's all about your followers on social media. Thirteen-year-old...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 

Lincolnshire Police probe Tories over general election spending

Another police fraud probe has been launched into whether the Tories breached spending rules securing their knife-edge general election win last year. Lincolnshire Police said it was investigating as the Conservative Party handed over evidence...

 
Hillsborough disaster justice campaigners honoured with Freedom of the City of Liverpool

Hillsborough disaster justice campaigners honoured with Freedom of the City of Liverpool

The 96 supporters who died at the FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest on April 15, 1989, will also be awarded the Freedom of the City posthumously. The city’s highest civic honour will be presented to those who played a pivotal...

 
Sam Allardyce reveals Sunderland vision after guiding Black Cats to Premier League safety

Sam Allardyce reveals Sunderland vision after guiding Black Cats to Premier League safety

He celebrated the Black Cats latest great escape alongside club owner Ellis Short into the early hours today. But the pair will get down to serious business early next week when Allaryce will demand the financial backing to take Sunderland to the next...

 
Exclusive: Nick Compton on being dropped, the winter in South Africa and batting at No 3

Exclusive: Nick Compton on being dropped, the winter in South Africa and batting at No 3

Having forced his way into the England squad for the tour of South Africa, some eyebrows were raised when he was picked to bat at No 3. During his first stint in international cricket, Compton had opened the batting and even on the county circuit he...

 
French Periscope death stirs social media safety fears

French Periscope death stirs social media safety fears

France has opened an investigation into the suicide of a 19-year-old woman who broadcast her death on the video-streaming app, Periscope. During the live stream the woman, who called herself Oceane, said she had been raped, before taking her own life...

BBC, 00:14 in World News
 

Roy Hodgson 'confirms' that Jamie Vardy is in England squad for Euro 2016... four days before announcing...

Roy Hodgson has dropped a major hint that Jamie Vardy will be in the England squad he names on Monday for this summer's European Championship. The England boss was supposed to name his final squad on Thursday afternoon, but delayed his decision until...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 


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