News archive from 13 September 2016

How new state-of-the-art 3D scan saved this man from agonizing side effects of prostate cancer

Bill Taylor went to see his GP for what he thought was a minor problem, his sleep was being disturbed by the need to go the loo several times a night. 'I was also finding that however hard I tried to empty my bladder, I invariably needed to go again a...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Health
 
Hillary Clinton IS fit to be president despite collapse, insists Vice President Joe Biden

Hillary Clinton IS fit to be president despite collapse, insists Vice President Joe Biden

Joe Biden told a rally of Clinton campaign workers the Democratic presidential nominee’s health was “good” and insisted there is nothing to worry about. Mr Biden's comments come as repeated health scares continue to dog Mrs Clinton's Presidential...

 
Arsene Wenger reveals why he rejected PSG multiple times to stay at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger reveals why he rejected PSG multiple times to stay at Arsenal

Arsene Wenger claims he has rejected offers to join Paris Saint-Germain because Arsenal have the qualities he loves in a club. The Gunners face PSG in their Champions League group stage opener on Tuesday evening, while L’Equipe claim that the...

Metro, 00:05 in Sport
 
Jamie Oliver says PM's obesity strategy has let down every UK child

Jamie Oliver says PM's obesity strategy has let down every UK child

Jamie Oliver has accused Theresa May of letting down young people and parents, in a strongly worded attack on the government’s “travesty” of a plan to tackle childhood obesity. The chef said he would be “really, really annoying” for the rest of this...

Guardian, 00:07 in Health
 
All-party group calls for legalisation of cannabis for medicinal uses

All-party group calls for legalisation of cannabis for medicinal uses

Cannabis should be made legal in Britain for medicinal uses, according to a cross-party group of MPs and peers who led an inquiry into the drug’s potential to help patients. The recommendation from the group chaired by Lady Meacher would put the UK in...

Guardian, 00:07 in Health
 
Anaphylaxis: Hero teacher surprised with Allergy UK award after saving school boy's life

Anaphylaxis: Hero teacher surprised with Allergy UK award after saving school boy's life

Primary school teacher Jo Griffith, from Knaphill in Surrey, received the award for her bravery in a crucial intervention as one of her pupils went into anaphylactic shock. A very serious situation was averted by her prompt action in administering an...

 

MPs call for action to end culture of sexual harassment in schools

Urgent action must be taken to end the "widespread" sexual harassment of girls, MPs have demanded after a shocking picture of the scale of abuse in schools was laid bare. Groping, name calling and bullying is part of "everyday...

 

Everton donate £200,000 to help young Sunderland fan's battle against cancer

Everton have pledged £200,000 to help the family of a five-year-old Sunderland fan pay for cancer treatment in the United States. Fundraisers are attempting to collect £700,000 to help Bradley Lowery, who was Sunderland's mascot in their 3-0 defeat...

 
'UK one of most unequal countries', says Oxfam

'UK one of most unequal countries', says Oxfam

The richest 1% of the UK population owns more than 20 times the wealth of the poorest fifth, according to Oxfam. That made Britain one of the most unequal countries in the developed world and contributed to the vote for Brexit, the charity said. Its...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
Bosses more cautious on jobs after Brexit, survey finds

Bosses more cautious on jobs after Brexit, survey finds

Employers in six out of nine sectors are less optimistic about adding jobs in the wake of the Brexit vote, a survey has found. Financial services, construction and utilities reported the biggest falls in confidence, according to the Manpower...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
Most may have to wait a week for the new plastic fiver

Most may have to wait a week for the new plastic fiver

The new plastic £5 note is being launched in England and Wales on Tuesday, but most people may have to wait up to a week to get one. The polymer note - which is much more durable than the old fiver - will initially only be available from a handful of...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

Tax credits mum 'falsely accused of marriage to dead man'

A teenage mother had her child tax credits stopped after she was wrongly accused of being married to a dead 74-year-old man, the BBC has learned. Nicola McKenzie is one of hundreds of people complaining they have been incorrectly punished by the US...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
 I didn't stab Surjit Singh Chhokar just hit him with a bat says one of men blamed for waiter's death

"I didn't stab Surjit Singh Chhokar just hit him with a bat" says one of men blamed for waiter's death

ONE of the men blamed for the murder of Surjit Singh Chhokar told a jury yesterday that he “never stabbed him” – but he did admit hitting him with a lead bat. Andrew Coulter, 35, denied taking a knife with him when he went with uncle Ronnie Coulter...

 
Syrian baby born to refugees in Scotland becomes a symbol of hope as family builds new life

Syrian baby born to refugees in Scotland becomes a symbol of hope as family builds new life

A BABY boy has become a symbol of faith in the future for a family who fled Syria. Three-week-old Omar Alhallaq is one of the first children born in Scotland to Syrian refugees. And dad Abdulrazaq hopes his son can build a happy and successful life...

 

May ‘segregates kids by class,’ says Corbyn

by Luke James in Brighton JEREMY CORBYN launched his most stinging attack on Theresa May since she became Prime Minister last night, accusing her of attempting to “segregate” children based on class via her grammar schools plan. In a private speech to...

 


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