News archive from 15 April 2016

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Friday, April 15

Sportsmail racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Friday's meetings at Bath, Fontwell, Newbury, Ayr and Southwell.    BATH ROBIN GOODFELLOW       4.50 Our Folly (nap) 5.20 Inclination 5.50 Summer Chorus 6.20 Ridge Ranger...

Daily Mail, 23:53 in Sport
 

Manchester United starlet Marcus Rashford to be fast-tracked into England's U21 squad

Marcus Rashford is set to be promoted to England’s Under 21 side thanks to the astounding start to his Manchester United career. The 18-year-old striker, who only made his first-team debut seven weeks ago, continued his incredible form by firing...

Daily Mail, 23:53 in Sport
 
Two teenagers charged with Newcastle toddler kidnapping

Two teenagers charged with Newcastle toddler kidnapping

Two teenage girls have been charged with kidnapping and other offences after a three-year-old girl was taken from a shop in Newcastle city centre. The girls, aged 13 and 14, are accused of abducting the toddler from a Primark on Northumberland Street...

 
Revealed: The Man United wonderkid being kept waiting for a new contract

Revealed: The Man United wonderkid being kept waiting for a new contract

The 18-year-old who scored the opener in the Red Devils' 2-1 FA Cup win over West Ham earns just £1,500-a-week at Old Trafford. Rashford does earn a £5,000 bonus per first-team appearance. Despite having just 14 months left on his current agreement he...

Daily Star, 00:02 in Sport
 
Deutsche Bank M&A co-head Whittemore departs - sources

Deutsche Bank M&A co-head Whittemore departs - sources

Deutsche Bank AG's (DBKGn.DE) co-head of mergers and acquisitions in the Americas, Anthony Whittemore, has resigned from the investment bank, according to people familiar with the matter. Whittemore's departure comes as Deutsche Bank is about to name...

Reuters, 00:02 in Business
 
Can orcas ever be healthy in captivity?

Can orcas ever be healthy in captivity?

Last month SeaWorld announced it was ending its orca breeding programme and said the 29 orcas currently in its parks would be the last. But the company did not step back from its long-held claim that its orcas - also known as killer whales - live long...

BBC, 00:03 in World News
 
Alistair Darling: Brexit would risk collapse of confidence in UK economy

Alistair Darling: Brexit would risk collapse of confidence in UK economy

Leaving the European Union could leave the UK exposed to economic conditions comparable to those before the global financial crash of 2008, Alistair Darling, the Labour former chancellor, will claim on Friday. In another dire warning from the campaign...

Guardian, 00:05 in Politics
 
Taxman has no strategy to catch wealthy dodgers, say MPs

Taxman has no strategy to catch wealthy dodgers, say MPs

Wealthy people are getting away with tax evasion because of a failure by HMRC to devise a strategy to deal with fraud, parliament’s spending watchdog has concluded. The number of criminal prosecutions for tax fraud including offshore tax evasion was...

Guardian, 00:05 in Politics
 
HMRC still not doing enough to tackle tax fraud, say MPs

HMRC still not doing enough to tackle tax fraud, say MPs

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is still not doing enough to tackle tax fraud, a group of MPs has said. Members of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) said taxpayers were missing out on £16bn a year, as a result of evasion and criminal activity. HMRC...

BBC, 00:06 in Business
 
Saudi Arabia says money sent to Malaysian PM was a 'genuine donation'

Saudi Arabia says money sent to Malaysian PM was a 'genuine donation'

Saudi Arabia said on Thursday that $681m (£479m) transferred into Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak’s personal bank account was a “genuine donation”. Najib faced corruption allegations after the transfer was discovered last year. Fighting for his...

 
The village losing its livelihood after Kerala temple tragedy

The village losing its livelihood after Kerala temple tragedy

The impact of the recent explosion and fire at a Hindu temple in the south Indian state of Kerala that killed more than 100 people is being felt as far as 80km (49 miles) away in Nanniyode village, writes BBC Hindi's Divya Arya. Nanniyode is a...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 
China rights: Gay people pledge not to enter into sham marriages

China rights: Gay people pledge not to enter into sham marriages

A social media campaign has taken off among China's lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) community which sees members pledging not to enter into sham marriages with straight people. Since last week, a number of users on popular microblogging...

BBC, 00:07 in World News
 
'Risk of death' warning over access to caesareans

'Risk of death' warning over access to caesareans

A senior coroner has warned of a risk of future deaths if the NHS favours vaginal delivery over caesarean sections on the basis of cost. Andrew Walker wants action taken after an inquest into the death of a newborn. Kristian Jaworski died five days...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 
Story of cities #23: how disaster sparked Napier's art deco renaissance

Story of cities #23: how disaster sparked Napier's art deco renaissance

The ground heaved sharply upward and children swarmed out of classrooms like bees from a hive. They hung off fences to stop themselves from falling, and watched as the swimming pool sloshed half its water out on to the ground. Then the earth jolted...

 
Counter-terrorism drive for public to report online Isis propaganda

Counter-terrorism drive for public to report online Isis propaganda

British counter-terrorism officials are launching a campaign to try to drive back Islamic State’s efforts to use the internet to foster extremism. Isis has turned the internet into a frontline of jihad, using it to spread propaganda to gain recruits...

 


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