News archive from 13 May 2017

Corbyn sows confusion on Labour’s commitment to Trident

Jeremy Corbyn threw Labour’s commitment to the Trident into doubt by suggesting a multi-billion pound replacement of the nuclear weapons system could be reviewed if the party wins power next month. Confronting accusations that a Labour victory would...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Politics
 

Just what is a cloud egg and how can you cook one this weekend?

As a proud Derbeian you probably thought there was nothing left to learn about eggs - poached, fried or boiled. Wrong! A new recipe is sweeping social media and it could deliver you the breakfast of your dreams this weekend. Everyone's talking about,...

 
Thousands set to attend Derbyshire Food and Drink Fair at Kedleston Hall this weekend

Thousands set to attend Derbyshire Food and Drink Fair at Kedleston Hall this weekend

Thousands of people are set to visit Kedleston Hall this weekend for the annual Derbyshire Food and Drink Fair. The two-day event brings together top producers and chefs from around the region. Expect to find the county's finest food producers, with...

 

A decade into drug gang fight, Mexican army pushes to return to base

After more than a decade on the streets of Mexico battling ruthless drug cartels, the nation's battered armed forces have thrown their weight behind a law that would force them to return to barracks and put the fight back in the hands of the police....

 
Snap earnings 'miss' shows misreading of analyst 'expectations'

Snap earnings 'miss' shows misreading of analyst 'expectations'

A widespread view on Wall Street this week was that Snap Inc fell short of revenue forecasts when it posted its first quarterly results as a public company, triggering a big selloff in its shares. In fact there were two distinct camps of forecasters,...

Reuters, 00:03 in Business
 

Steelbacks' clash with Leicestershire is cut short

Just 16.5 overs were bowled as Northants' Royal London One-Day Cup clash with Leicestershire was abandoned at Grace Road. The Steelbacks, captained by Ben Duckett, had lost the toss and were put into bat by the Foxes. Duckett was dismissed early,...

 
Britain’s Got Talent 2017: Simon Cowell ABANDONS panel to comfort grief-stricken teacher

Britain’s Got Talent 2017: Simon Cowell ABANDONS panel to comfort grief-stricken teacher

Angelicus Choir were formed by celebrated Welsh musical maestro John Hywel Williams and his 79-year-old wife Jean, who tragically died in a car crash two years ago.  But despite forming Angelicus, Jean never actually saw the troupe, made up of school...

 
Britain’s Got Talent 2017: Ant and Dec forced to REMOVE act as show descends into chaos

Britain’s Got Talent 2017: Ant and Dec forced to REMOVE act as show descends into chaos

Mal Ford caused havoc with his keyboard and blinding red jacket when he overstayed his welcome following a questionable musical performance. While judges Alesha Dixon, David Walliams, Simon Cowell and Amanda Holden collapsed in hysterics, Anthony...

 
Britain’s Got Talent: Simon DISGUSTED as act begs Alesha for her UNDERWEAR in his face

Britain’s Got Talent: Simon DISGUSTED as act begs Alesha for her UNDERWEAR in his face

The music mogul looked visibly uncomfortable when magician and comedian Matt Edwards made a play for the musician. Simon, 57, rolled his eyes and immediately brushed off the Suffolk-born comic when he burst out with an “annoying” voice, and assured...

 

Amazon and Apple declare a truce in the online TV war: Prime video app set to finally apear on Apple TV

It appears the feud between Apple and Amazon is over. After years of competing to be the primary source of home entertainment, the tech giants have now come to truce and are set to add the Amazon Prime video app to Apple TV devices. Apple is expected...

 

Fears for rare tree climbing lions of Uganda as researchers reveal they are struggling to find food

At Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park, it might not be unusual to spot a pride of lions perched attentively in the trees, or lazing about the branches. There are just a handful of other populations known to do this, and researchers now warn that...

 

Hubble spots galaxies speeding past each other at a million miles a hour in the aptly named Hare constellation

The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a peculiar object in the Hare constellation that’s made up of two individual galaxies, speeding past each other at more than 1 million miles per hour. According to NASA, they’re traveling too fast to merge into a...

 

Are WAVES the future of green energy? Researchers test 'artificial blowhole' to capture their power

Australian company Wave Swell Energy is developing a new system that harvests wave energy, a renewable form of energy.   The system is a giant hollow chamber that sits partially submerged on the seabed, funneling waves in and out of an underwater...

 
Burnley star: This is what I think of Bournemouth's transformation under Eddie Howe

Burnley star: This is what I think of Bournemouth's transformation under Eddie Howe

“It’s unbelievable. To see the transformation is frightening really” Burnley star Sam Vokes Vokes feared the worst when he left the club facing a crippling 17-point penalty in League Two in 2008. But the Burnley striker goes back to Vitality Stadium...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
Primark customers go WILD for £8 Prada-like bow mule shoes set to SELL OUT fast

Primark customers go WILD for £8 Prada-like bow mule shoes set to SELL OUT fast

Primark are renowned for their bargain prices but the latest pair of shoes to hit headlines are more of a snip than usual.  The highstreet giant have created a pair of slip-on mules that could well break the internet.  Sold in black, nude and denim,...

 


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