News archive from 14 May 2016, page 16

Pep Guardiola would've turned Manchester City down if they asked now says Manchester United legend Paul...

Manchester City might have struggled to convince Pep Guardiola to take over as manager if he had been offered the job over the past three months according to Paul Scholes. The highly-rated Bayern Munich boss agreed a pre-contract deal with City in...

Daily Mail, 06:11 in Sport
 
New powers for police in the fight against ‘legal highs’

New powers for police in the fight against ‘legal highs’

0 Have your say New legislation relating to legal highs will come into force in two weeks’ time. The Act has already received Royal Assent, meaning the production, supply and importation of these potentially dangerous drugs is now prohibited...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
15 charts and graphs all parents can relate to

15 charts and graphs all parents can relate to

We all know having a child is a humbling experience. One that transcends time, brings light and joy to the everyday. An experience that changes how you look at life, how you see the world. It gives you a knowledge like no other, a sense of pride and...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
Most read: Blockbuster sequel to be filmed in Brum, man stabbed at park, Russell Brand visits Digbeth dry bar

Most read: Blockbuster sequel to be filmed in Brum, man stabbed at park, Russell Brand visits Digbeth dry bar

Waking up to your weekend and want to know what's been going on around Birmingham and the Midlands over the past 24 hours? Here's a quick look over a selection of our most read stories from last night: Blockbuster sequel to be filmed in Birmingham...

 

Jeremy Corbyn to blame Conservatives for British problems in EU Remain campaign

Jeremy Corbyn is to mount a scathing attack on the Conservatives as he tries to rally support among Labour voters to stay in the European Union. As the battle for votes in the June 23 referendum hots up, both Mr Corbyn and David Cameron will be out on...

 
Warning over online banking fraud attacks

Warning over online banking fraud attacks

0 Have your say Almost half of computer ‘infections’ are caused by banking malware, a study has found. Banking malware is a kind of software used by cyber criminals to target online bank accounts and allows them to obtain personal and financial...

 
Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

0 Have your say Regular use of an over-the-counter heartburn medication taken by millions of people can speed up the ageing of blood vessels, according to new research. Heartburn, also known by its medical name of reflux, occurs when stomach acid...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
Warning over online banking fraud attacks

Warning over online banking fraud attacks

0 Have your say Almost half of computer ‘infections’ are caused by banking malware, a study has found. Banking malware is a kind of software used by cyber criminals to target online bank accounts and allows them to obtain personal and financial...

 
Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

Heartburn medication speeds up ageing process

0 Have your say Regular use of an over-the-counter heartburn medication taken by millions of people can speed up the ageing of blood vessels, according to new research. Heartburn, also known by its medical name of reflux, occurs when stomach acid...

 
13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

13 ways you could be breaking the law without knowing

0 Have your say Nuisance neighbours are usually associated with loud parties and overflowing rubbish bins. But even if you think you’re a law-abiding citizen, you could be breaking the law when it comes to the people next door. Whether it’s picking...

 
Head over heels! Justin pops the question after pair’s skydive

Head over heels! Justin pops the question after pair’s skydive

0 Have your say A loved-up couple got their engagement off to a flying start as they proved they were head over heels for each other. Justin Newby and Karen Henderson, from of Makendon Street, Hebburn, took part in a skydive at the Peterlee Parachute...

 

Jeremy Corbyn to blame Conservatives for British problems in EU Remain campaign

Jeremy Corbyn is to mount a scathing attack on the Conservatives as he tries to rally support among Labour voters to stay in the European Union. As the battle for votes in the June 23 referendum hots up, both Mr Corbyn and David Cameron will be out on...

 


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