News archive from 14 July 2012, page 15

Survey: Car insurance premiums fall

The cost of car insurance is falling after years of steady rises. Average annual comprehensive insurance in spring (April to June) this year was £797 - a 7.1% dip on the spring 2011 figure, according to a survey by Confused.com and professional...

 

Oxford sets extra aptitude tests

More than four-fifths of would-be Oxford students are being asked to sit extra aptitude tests to win a place at the prestigious university, and the numbers have soared in recent years. "Significant" increases in applications have meant the...

 

Sponsored by Tory MP’s filibuster stalls aid spend bill

A TORY backbencher left ministers and MPs furious after blocking an attempt to enshrine the UK's commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of its income on overseas aid. Peter Bone refused to let legislation aimed at making the target legally binding progress...

Scotsman, 01:03 in Hot News
 

Sponsored by Moore sundial is taken from garden

A £500,000 bronze sculpture by the leading British artist Henry Moore has been stolen from the grounds of his former home. Sundial 1965 was taken late on Tuesday or early on Wednesday from the garden at the Henry Moore Foundation in Perry Green,...

Scotsman, 01:03 in Hot News
 

Sponsored by Comic cooking up patriot gameshow

David Walliams could front a BBC panel show which will test celebrities' patriotic knowledge. The comedian is working on a pilot of the show – called I Love My Country – in which he will team up with Frank Skinner and Greg Davies. It is based on a...

 
Sylvester Stallone's son found dead at 36

Sylvester Stallone's son found dead at 36

Sylvester Stallone's son Sage has been found dead in his Hollywood apartment. The 36-year-old's attorney, George Braunstein, has confirmed the tragic news to the The New York Post, insisting his client's passing is a mystery to him. He tells the...

 

McCoist: Rangers will be stronger

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle...

 

Survey: Car insurance premiums fall

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle...

 

McCoist: Rangers will be stronger

Rangers manager Ally McCoist has vowed that his team will come back stronger following a vote for the football club to play in the fourth tier of Scottish football. The 30 clubs of the Scottish Football League (SFL) voted 25-5 in favour of entering...

 

Oxford sets extra aptitude tests

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Lifestyle...

 

Survey: Car insurance premiums fall

The cost of car insurance is falling after years of steady rises. Average annual comprehensive insurance in spring (April to June) this year was £797 - a 7.1% dip on the spring 2011 figure, according to a survey by Confused.com and professional...

 

Survey: Car insurance premiums fall

The cost of car insurance is falling after years of steady rises. Average annual comprehensive insurance in spring (April to June) this year was £797 - a 7.1% dip on the spring 2011 figure, according to a survey by Confused.com and professional...

 

Oxford sets extra aptitude tests

More than four-fifths of would-be Oxford students are being asked to sit extra aptitude tests to win a place at the prestigious university, and the numbers have soared in recent years. "Significant" increases in applications have meant the...

 

Oxford sets extra aptitude tests

More than four-fifths of would-be Oxford students are being asked to sit extra aptitude tests to win a place at the prestigious university, and the numbers have soared in recent years. "Significant" increases in applications have meant the...

 

Survey: Car insurance premiums fall

The cost of car insurance is falling after years of steady rises. Average annual comprehensive insurance in spring (April to June) this year was £797 - a 7.1% dip on the spring 2011 figure, according to a survey by Confused.com and professional...

 


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