News archive from 14 July 2016

Nearly 2m people may have undiagnosed killer disease

About 1.7 million people in England could be living with undiagnosed lung cancer, lung disease or heart disease, which are among the country’s biggest killers, a government agency has warned. Public Health England (PHE) is urging anyone with a...

Guardian, 00:02 in Health
 

'Bump is growing fast': Pregnant Stephanie Davis shares first BARE baby belly snap... after slamming...

She released the eagerly-anticipated first image of her baby bump this week - but the second, third and fourth were not so far behind. Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, Stephanie Davis followed up with another first; the first picture of of her bare...

 

Red hot! Ex-TOWIE star Lauren Pope sizzles in slinky scarlet dress as she steps out for gala theatre...

She's a former glamour model renowned for her sensational shape. And Lauren Pope, 33, was not afraid to show off her famous curves at a gala performance of new magic show Impossible in London on Wednesday night. The ex-TOWIE star looked incredible as...

 

Devastated Lateysha Grace is evicted from Big Brother in shock decision... as Jason Burrill pockets a...

After weeks of keeping Big Brother fans entertained with her outspoken antics, Lateysha Grace has been evicted from the Big Brother house. The former The Valleys star, 23, was ordered to leave the infamous abode on Wednesday night's episode after...

 
Arsenal suffer injury blow: Gunners superstar set to miss opening day Liverpool clash

Arsenal suffer injury blow: Gunners superstar set to miss opening day Liverpool clash

The Daily Mirror claim the Chilean could miss the start of the Premier League season alongside Olivier Giroud and Danny Welbeck. That would leave Arsenal with just Theo Walcott as a recognised striker unless Arsene Wenger invests in a new frontman...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 

Labour MP Luciana Berger 'sent death threat'

Death threats have been made to Labour's Luciana Berger, with one message allegedly telling her she is going to "get it like Jo Cox did". She has reportedly received a number of emails which are understood to have included an image of a...

 

Labour MP Luciana Berger 'sent death threat'

Death threats have been made to Labour's Luciana Berger, with one message allegedly telling her she is going to "get it like Jo Cox did". She has reportedly received a number of emails which are understood to have included an image of a...

 
Rescuing America's roadside giants

Rescuing America's roadside giants

Anyone making a road trip across America will sooner or later run across a giant statue - a cowboy, an American Indian chief or a lumberjack, perhaps. Many, now half a century old, are falling apart, but one man and his friends are tracking them down...

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 

Labour MP Luciana Berger 'sent death threat'

Death threats have been made to Labour's Luciana Berger, with one message allegedly telling her she is going to "get it like Jo Cox did". She has reportedly received a number of emails which are understood to have included an image of a...

 
EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendar

EU looks to May to help fix hole in calendar

BRUSSELS Brexit has torn a hole in the European Union's political calendar for next year and Brussels hopes new British Prime Minister Theresa May can help fix it in the coming days. EU host Belgium might also enable a solution by filling a gap left...

 
BREAKING: Explosions heard in Brussels as huge fire rips through Belgian capital

BREAKING: Explosions heard in Brussels as huge fire rips through Belgian capital

Firemen are trying to tackle a huge fire in Brussels after one or two explosions were heard in the area. The fire is less than two miles from the European Parliament and three miles from the European Commission offices. Explosion à st Gilles...

 
Has Eritrea's self-reliant economy run out of puff?

Has Eritrea's self-reliant economy run out of puff?

A "go it alone" culture has long been central to Eritrea, including its economy. It is slowly opening up to foreign investment, but recent policies, especially a currency reform, mean many people are now struggling in what was already one of...

BBC, 00:14 in World News
 
BoE poised to cut rates to cushion Brexit hit to UK

BoE poised to cut rates to cushion Brexit hit to UK

LONDON The Bank of England is set to cut interest rates for the first time in more than seven years as it tries to cushion the economy from the shock decision by voters to pull Britain out of the European Union. Governor Mark Carney sent a clear...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 
Disabled man left homeless after car crashes into his house and thieves nick his possessions

Disabled man left homeless after car crashes into his house and thieves nick his possessions

A DISABLED man has been left homeless and living out a plastic carrier bag after a car smashed into his house. Willie Wallace’s flat is too unsafe for him to live in and it could be six months before he can return. He says his electric scooter was...

 
France keeps eye on British tourist numbers after sterling fall

France keeps eye on British tourist numbers after sterling fall

PARIS France said on Wednesday it feared a drop in British holiday-makers after the sharp fall in the value of the pound, a factor threatening more damage to a sector suffering from poor weather, strikes and the threat of militant attacks. France's...

Reuters, 00:15 in Business
 


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