News archive from 15 May 2016

Big Interview: Carolyn Fairbairn of the CBI

0 Have your say The Scottish referendum was an object lesson for the business lobby, says Carolyn Fairbairn, director-general of the CBI. It showed the risks of leaving it too late to argue your case to the electorate. Fairbairn says many pro-Union...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 
EXCLUSIVE: Villa's manager hunt continues as ex-Chelsea boss emerges as shock candidate

EXCLUSIVE: Villa's manager hunt continues as ex-Chelsea boss emerges as shock candidate

The ex-Chelsea and West Brom boss, who has a house in the Midlands area, is keen to return to work after quitting German outfit Schalke a year ago. And Di Matteo, 45, who steered the Baggies into the top flight in 2010 and lifted the Champions League...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Paris Saint-Germain 4-0 Nantes: Zlatan Ibrahimovic bows out in record-breaking style with two goals in his final game... after the match was stopped on 10 minutes for fans to cheer the striker 

Paris Saint-Germain 4-0 Nantes: Zlatan Ibrahimovic bows out in record-breaking style with two goals in his...

Zlatan Ibrahimovic set a record for league goals in a single season by a Paris Saint-Germain player, saying farewell on Saturday night with a brace in a comprehensive 4-0 win over Nantes in Ligue 1. Playing his last game at the Parc des Princes,...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Jack Butland expected to start pre-season with Stoke as goalkeeper comes off crutches following broken ankle 

Jack Butland is expected to clock on for the start of pre-season training at Stoke in a boost for club and country. Butland has not played since fracturing an ankle playing for England in their 3-2 friendly win over Germany at the end of March.  Since...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Protesters stage Oxford Street protest against Topshop owner Sir Philip Green

London's busiest shopping street ground to a halt as activists demonstrated against billionaire Topshop owner Sir Philip Green and his company's practices. Protesters stopped traffic, scuffled with police and blocked the entrances to several shops in...

 

Lincolnshire Police probe Tories over general election spending

Another police fraud probe has been launched into whether the Tories breached spending rules securing their knife-edge general election win last year. Lincolnshire Police said it was investigating as the Conservative Party handed over evidence...

 

Protesters stage Oxford Street protest against Topshop owner Sir Philip Green

London's busiest shopping street ground to a halt as activists demonstrated against billionaire Topshop owner Sir Philip Green and his company's practices. Protesters stopped traffic, scuffled with police and blocked the entrances to several shops in...

 
Limiting Lords powers 'calls its future into question'

Limiting Lords powers 'calls its future into question'

The future of the House of Lords would be called into question if ministers press ahead with plans to curtail its powers, the Lord Speaker has said. Baroness D'Souza said the Lords "should be free to scrutinise, to question and to hold the...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 
It’s silly to assume all research funded by corporations is bent

It’s silly to assume all research funded by corporations is bent

Corporate funding of multiple vaccine research was “exposed” again recently. This time it was in the latest round of MMR-causes-autism allegations, which we exported to the US. We’ve seen the same “exposés” in the UK, on fracking, on genetically...

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 
We should trust the instinct to build healthy relationships

We should trust the instinct to build healthy relationships

On the eve of Mental Health Awareness Week (16-22 May), Will Hutton’s passionate reminder that “we are social beings, and the building blocks of happiness lie in looking out for each other, acting together, being in teams and pursuing common goals for...

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 
British firm comes up with the PERFECT pair of tights

British firm comes up with the PERFECT pair of tights

At 22 quid a pop they’re hardly the cheapest tights on the high street but according to the manufacturers they are the Rolls-Royce of legwear. Heist, a new British manufacturing firm, says that it has created the perfect pair: tights which don’t snag,...

 
New Look, Zara and Ted Baker: The best summer outfits

New Look, Zara and Ted Baker: The best summer outfits

This season, it’s time to go back to style school and learn your lines. Go head to toe in graphic horizontal designs for a look that will stand out from the crowd or mix it up with vertical designs for a fashion forward take on the trend. Whatever you...

 
Amara, George and JD Williams: The best ocean-inspired home accessories

Amara, George and JD Williams: The best ocean-inspired home accessories

From left: Take cover under this pretty Portofino parasol, which is inspired by the classic beach umbrella and can be  repositioned easily to follow the sun. It’s £640 from Indian Ocean (020 8675 4808, indian-ocean.co.uk) Brighten up your bathroom...

 
New Look, East and Jaeger: The best accessories we want this week

New Look, East and Jaeger: The best accessories we want this week

From left, clockwise: EARRINGS Add these simple drops to your everyday wardrobe. £20, Whistles at Zalando (zalando.co.uk) POUCH This handy pouch is great for travelling. £65, Jaeger (jaeger.co.uk) NECKLACE Layer this over a summer top for cool...

 
Glam spring fashion from Dorothy Perkins

Glam spring fashion from Dorothy Perkins

From left: Lace dress, £40; clutch, £30; heels, £27; bangle, £4  Block-colour dress, £45; ankle-tie heels, £35 From left: Floral dress, £55; clutch, £15; heels, £29  Dress, £30; bow fascinator, £15 Camisole top, £12; skirt, £24; clutch, £30; earrings,...

 


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