News archive from 14 September 2013

Twitter's 'secret' IPO puts investors in the dark, for now

The social media giant can use the more secretive process thanks to the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, which loosened a number of federal securities regulations in hopes of boosting capital raising, and thereby increasing job growth. It...

 
Zanzibar Acid Attack: 'Screaming' Priest Hurt

Zanzibar Acid Attack: 'Screaming' Priest Hurt

A Catholic priest has been badly injured after acid was thrown at him on the island of Zanzibar - a month after a similar attack against two British teenagers. The clergyman was assaulted as he walked down the street after leaving an internet cafe in...

 

Migrants 'same as 2nd-home Brits'

A Liberal Democrat minister says migrant workers from eastern Europe are simply enjoying the same rights as Britons who buy second homes in France. Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne said he welcomed the opening of Britain's borders to workers from EU...

 

Migrants 'same as 2nd-home Brits'

A Liberal Democrat minister says migrant workers from eastern Europe are simply enjoying the same rights as Britons who buy second homes in France. Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne said he welcomed the opening of Britain's borders to workers from EU...

 

Flats 'show highest rise in prices'

Britain's flats have increased their value more than any other property type over the last decade with a typical rise of £394 per month, a study has found. Terraced houses are the second best performers, while detached homes have seen the smallest...

 

5p charge for plastic carrier bags

Shoppers in England are to be charged 5p a time for plastic carrier bags in supermarkets and other large stores. The move, intended to discourage use of the environmentally damaging bags, will be announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the...

 

Lib Dems target 25% of electorate

The Liberal Democrats can win a quarter of the votes at the next election despite a series of opinion polls suggesting the party has haemorrhaged support since the formation of the coalition Government, senior sources believe. The party intends to...

 

Migrants 'same as 2nd-home Brits'

A Liberal Democrat minister says migrant workers from eastern Europe are simply enjoying the same rights as Britons who buy second homes in France. Home Office Minister Jeremy Browne said he welcomed the opening of Britain's borders to workers from EU...

 

Left-winger Tony Benn in hospital

Veteran Labour left winger Tony Benn has been admitted to hospital after feeling unwell. The 88-year-old former cabinet minister was said to be "resting comfortably" after undergoing tests. "Tony Benn was taken into hospital on...

 

5p charge for plastic carrier bags

Shoppers in England are to be charged 5p a time for plastic carrier bags in supermarkets and other large stores. The move, intended to discourage use of the environmentally damaging bags, will be announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the...

 
Rachel Reeves on the Newsnight tweet: 'I just felt humiliated'

Rachel Reeves on the Newsnight tweet: 'I just felt humiliated'

Rachel Reeves … 'It's Newsnight. It's supposed to cover news.’ Photograph: Christopher Thomond The thrill of politics for those who like to watch, and the perennial terror for anyone taking part, will always be the caprice of what Harold Macmillan...

Guardian, 00:14 in Showbiz
 

Left-winger Tony Benn in hospital

Veteran Labour left winger Tony Benn has been admitted to hospital after feeling unwell. The 88-year-old former cabinet minister was said to be "resting comfortably" after undergoing tests. "Tony Benn was taken into hospital on...

 

5p charge for plastic carrier bags

Shoppers in England are to be charged 5p a time for plastic carrier bags in supermarkets and other large stores. The move, intended to discourage use of the environmentally damaging bags, will be announced by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg at the...

 

Andy's injury scare! Pain strikes Murray with Davis Cup tie on knife-edge in Croatia

The state of Andy Murray's back and the form of Croatian strongman Ivan Dodig are set to make it a nervy weekend for Great Britain in their Davis Cup promotion quest. Captain Leon Smith will decide whether he can call upon the Wimbledon champion to...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 

Mayweather mind games continue at weigh in as Canelo makes limit for Vegas clash

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez refused an offer from Floyd Mayweather to hold the world championship belt currently possessed by the No 1 pound-for-pound boxer in the world. Mayweather said: 'I thought it would the enliven the kid' To the surprise of some,...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 


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