News archive from 13 August 2013

'I've gained a couple of pounds': Jennifer Aniston says she thinks her weight gain is the reason behind...

Almost every week it seems there is speculation that Jennifer Aniston is pregnant. And in a new interview, the actress reveals that she thinks her fuller frame is the reason why. The Friends star says she believes she has gained 'a couple of pounds.'...

 

'He wasn't having fun': New father Kanye West rushes home to Kim Kardashian and their baby North West after...

New father Kanye West caught a flight out of Mykonos on Monday - just two days after he landed on the Grecian island. The 36-year-old rapper was glued to his cell phone as he made his way into the bustling terminal clad in a black hoodie. The 21-time...

 

'We both know that Mason is my son': Male model says he 'begged Kourtney Kardashian to submit to DNA test'...

He has claimed that he fathered Kourtney Kardashian's son Mason amid a steamy love affair. But before taking the case to court, Michael Girgenti reportedly wrote an impassioned letter to the reality star urging her to submit to a DNA test. According...

 
Commuters to find out 2014 rail fare rises

Commuters to find out 2014 rail fare rises

Commuters will find out later how much rail fares are to go up next year when inflation figures are released. In England, regulated fares, which include season tickets, are due to go up by inflation, as measured by the retail prices index for July,...

BBC, 00:08 in Business
 
Home buyer activity picking up across UK, surveyors say

Home buyer activity picking up across UK, surveyors say

Home buyer activity is increasing fastest in parts of the UK where prices have been the most depressed, an industry survey says. The Royal Institution of Charted Surveyors (Rics) said that buyers were now returning to the market in their biggest...

BBC, 00:08 in Business
 
'I hate Gordon Ramsay's shows' – Mary Berry makes case for wholesome TV

'I hate Gordon Ramsay's shows' – Mary Berry makes case for wholesome TV

Mary Berry, star of The Great British Bake Off. Photograph: Jonathan Hordle/Rex Features The Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry has said she hates chef Gordon Ramsay's foul-mouthed television programmes, and condemned TV more widely as...

Guardian, 00:09 in Showbiz
 

Legal threat to Spain on Gibraltar

Britain is considering legal action against Spain over the continued imposition of additional checks at the border with Gibraltar, Downing Street has said. A No 10 spokesman said it was looking at the "unprecedented step" after the Spanish...

 

Legal threat to Spain on Gibraltar

Britain is considering legal action against Spain over the continued imposition of additional checks at the border with Gibraltar, Downing Street has said. A No 10 spokesman said it was looking at the "unprecedented step" after the Spanish...

 

Legal threat to Spain on Gibraltar

Britain is considering legal action against Spain over the continued imposition of additional checks at the border with Gibraltar, Downing Street has said. A No 10 spokesman said it was looking at the "unprecedented step" after the Spanish...

 

Legal threat to Spain on Gibraltar

Britain is considering legal action against Spain over the continued imposition of additional checks at the border with Gibraltar, Downing Street has said. A No 10 spokesman said it was looking at the "unprecedented step" after the Spanish...

 

Poll boost for Cameron and Osborne

There has been a sharp rise in voters' faith in George Osborne and David Cameron's ability to handle the nation's finances, an opinion poll found in a fresh blow to Labour. The ICM survey for the Guardian showed 40% had confidence in the Tory...

 

£280k funding secured for young mums support charity

A SUPPORT group for young mums and pregnant girls in East Staffordshire has been handed a major cash boost of over £280,000 in lottery funding. Burton-based Harvey Girls receives £280,692 to provide support for young parents as part of the latest...

 

Climate change plans 'need action'

Many cities across the UK are failing to implement plans to deal with climate change such as reducing emissions and planning for extreme weather, a report has found. A study of 30 cities found all of the authorities acknowledged climate change was a...

 
From heart rates to surveys: How to keep workers happy

From heart rates to surveys: How to keep workers happy

Amy Balliett had a problem brewing in her company that she was entirely unaware of. An employee was trying to encourage others at design firm Killer Infographics to leave the Seattle based start-up. Continue reading the main story Special Report: The...

 

Young expect 'to go on benefits'

A third of British children who leave school with poor qualifications expect to "end up on benefits", new research has shown. The Prince's Trust also found around one in five have "abandoned their ambitions" due to a lack of...

 


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