News archive from 14 November 2017

Workplace bullying increases risk of type 2 diabetes by 46%, study finds

Being bullied at work dramatically raises the risk of developing diabetes, according to new research. A Danish study of around 46,000 people found those picked on by colleagues were 46 percent more likely to fall victim to the life-threatening...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Health
 

I know from my own experience what a difference our doctors and nurses make: THERESA MAY pays tribute to...

My visit to the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital in the aftermath of the sickening terrorist attack in May was something I will never forget. To see the pain those children were in and witness the traumatic impact on their families was absolutely...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Health
 

France squad hold minute's silence during training to remember Paris terror victims

France head coach Didier Deschamps admits still being haunted by memories of the November 2015 terror attacks in Paris. Those events cast a long shadow. Deschamps and the French squad held a minute's silence before their training session in Cologne on...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Sweden players mob TV presenters in manic celebrations after securing World Cup qualification... as Mikael...

Sweden celebrated in style after qualifying for the World Cup as the squad rushed over to mob TV presenters on the sidelines following the final whistle. Janne Andersson's side booked their place at the World Cup with a goalless draw in the second leg...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Gerry Conlon’s life a chapter in the unfinished history between Britain and Ireland

In the Name of the Son: The Gerry Conlon Story by Richard O’Rawe (Merrion Press, £15.99) ALONG with Paul Hill, Paddy Armstrong and Carole Richardson, Gerry Conlon was one of the so-called Guildford Four. In 1975, these young people were arrested and...

 

Back from the future: a guide for revolutionary change now

RPS/2044: An Oral History of the Next American Revolution by Michael Albert (Z Communications, £11) MICHAEL ALBERT has long had the ability to simplify very complex systems of inequality and, in doing so, unveil their most regressive absurdities. But...

 

Writings with a revolutionary spark

MARJORIE MAYO recommends an excellent collection of literary responses to the October Revolution in Russia Revolution! Writings from Russia, 1917 Edited by Pete Ayrton (Harbour Books, £15) THIS lively collection joins the range of publications marking...

 
Network, National Theatre, review: Bryan Cranston is immense in this larger-than-life play about the media

Network, National Theatre, review: Bryan Cranston is immense in this larger-than-life play about the media

National Theatre’s Network is a theatre event of giant proportions. It stars Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston, and the play is ‘based on’ (rather than adapted from) a four-time Oscar-winning film. With the media as its inspiration, every inch of the...

Metro, 00:01 in Showbiz
 
Just a handful of houses ‘could save villages’

Just a handful of houses ‘could save villages’

THE House of Lords will hear evidence today on the shortage of affordable housing in rural communities and on whether granting housing association tenants the right to buy their homes would affect the building of houses. Independent councillor John...

 
Strangers ‘can use smart toys to message children’

Strangers ‘can use smart toys to message children’

RETAILERS WERE last night urged to stop selling “connected toys” with security vulnerabilities that could he hacked to allow strangers to communicate with children. The consumer group Which? said the popular Christmas gifts, which use wireless...

 
Rafael Nadal: I ALREADY know what the knee injury is and how long I’ll be out of tennis

Rafael Nadal: I ALREADY know what the knee injury is and how long I’ll be out of tennis

Nadal has had problems with both knees in the past and had to pull out of the Paris Masters two weeks ago mid-tournament. His right knee left him unable to train properly but he insisted upon attempting to take part in this week’s ATP World Tour...

 
Good Morning Britain: Should Piers Morgan worry Eamonn Holmes will take his job?

Good Morning Britain: Should Piers Morgan worry Eamonn Holmes will take his job?

Eamonn has been voted the nation’s favourite breakfast host in a new poll, while Piers ranked third. Husband to Ruth Langsford, could Eamonn soon revive his spot in one of TV’s most coveted slots? Speaking of Piers, Eamonn told Radio Times: “You love...

 
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Alexandra Burke reveals former contestants made SHOCK snub

Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Alexandra Burke reveals former contestants made SHOCK snub

The 29-year-old X Factor singer has persistently smashed ratings on the BBC competition with her professional dance partner Gorka Marquez, 27, continuing to wow judges with her natural ability and show-stopping dance numbers.  Now, the star has...

 
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Debbie McGee spills all on 'magic' bond with Giovanni Pernice

Strictly Come Dancing 2017: Debbie McGee spills all on 'magic' bond with Giovanni Pernice

The Strictly Come Dancing star has made waves with her stellar performance alongside the 27-year-old Italian on the BBC competition, already hitting top marks for a fiery Tango number. Now Debbie McGee, 59, has confessed the reason why she and...

 
Strictly Come Dancing 2017: You'll never guess who Craig Revel Horwood has rated the WORST

Strictly Come Dancing 2017: You'll never guess who Craig Revel Horwood has rated the WORST

Horwood rated the stars in an acerbic "half-term report" for the Radio Times that pulled no punches and gave The Saturdays member a grade C. He wrote: "She just doesn't have natural ability and that's hard to overcome. I think she...

 


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