News archive from 15 June 2015

Greece's latest attempt to reach deal with creditors collapses

Last-ditch talks aimed at breaking the impasse between Athens and its international creditors have collapsed in acrimony with European Union officials dismissing Greece’s latest reform package as incomplete in a step that pushes the country closer to...

 

Martin O'Neill intensifies pursuit of Aston Villa star Jack Grealish after Ireland's disappointing result...

Martin O'Neill has given a strong indication that Aston Villa starlet Jack Grealish would play an important part in the remainder of the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2016 qualifying campaign if he chooses to play for them instead of England. Ireland's...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

England looked like a team with plenty of goals in them in Slovenia... the shackles were off and there was...

That's more like it, England. Last week, after the turgid performance in the 0-0 draw against Republic of Ireland, we let Roy Hodgson and his team know that we weren’t happy. The players looked like they had the handbrake on, they had no clue how to...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Jack Wilshere has it all... just like Bryan Robson, but I feel sorry for Nathaniel Clyne

People say English footballers aren’t technically gifted — Jack Wilshere proves they are. The precision of his strikes were magnificent, he put it in the same compartment of the goal against a world-class goalkeeper in Samir Handanovic. Wilshere’s...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

Liverpool transfer news: Mateo Kovacic fee agreed, Carlos Tevez decision soon, Jordan Ayew bid readied

Liverpool may actually pull off some pretty decent transfer business this summer. James Milner, Danny Ings and Adam Bogdan have all joined or are set to join for minimal cost, but the fans know that the squad still needs some marquee additions. But it...

Metro, 00:06 in Sport
 
Is this Aston Villa winger Jack Grealish worse for wear on the floor in Tenerife?

Is this Aston Villa winger Jack Grealish worse for wear on the floor in Tenerife?

Photos appearing to show Aston Villa star Jack Grealish worse for wear in a holiday resort have appeared online. The pictures were tweeted by a fellow Tenerife holiday maker. Brioney King, on her Twitter page @brionyking0913 posted the snaps with the...

 
Politicians brought to book at brainy Borders Book Festival

Politicians brought to book at brainy Borders Book Festival

OF ALL the claims you could ever made for book festivals, the best one is that they join up your thinking. By the time they finish, if you've gone to enough events, you can't help but emerge - however briefly - a wee bit brainier than you were when...

 

Activity report: children not getting recommended daily exercise

Half of seven-year-olds are not getting the recommended 60 minutes of daily physical activity, according to a new report by leading fitness experts. Produced by ukactive, the UK’s leading not-for-profit health body for the physical activity sector,...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 

Health experts urge ministers to publish secret list of failing NHS trusts

Ministers are under pressure to publish a secret list of hospital trusts that the NHS leadership believes are performing so poorly that they are no longer viable. Identifying hospitals deemed unsustainable should then lead to a substantial cut in the...

Guardian, 00:09 in Health
 

Katie Swan was made in America but battles for Britain... as the 16-year-old star prepares to take the...

As Katie Swan enters the British sporting consciousness over the coming years, two things in particular will be remarked upon. First, and most important, she is unusually good at tennis. Second, her Bristolian heritage is heavily disguised by the...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

UK child protection officers receive one sexting-related case every day

Child protection officers are investigating one case involving sexting every day, the National Crime Agency has disclosed. Intervention has been required to safeguard youngsters who send nude or explicit images of themselves on social media or...

 

Divorce growth from greenhouse gases to aid climate goals, says energy chief

The world needs a “peaceful divorce” between economic growth and the rise in greenhouse gas emissions, one of the world’s leading energy economists has said – but this will only happen if a crunch climate conference in December sends a strong signal...

 

Cheating rife in UK education system, Dispatches investigation shows

British education is experiencing an epidemic of trickery and cheating, ranging from primary school teachers rigging key assessments through to 40,000 university undergraduates disciplined for plagiarism over the past four years. An investigation by...

Guardian, 00:14 in Learning
 

Five ways George Osborne will fail the next generation

Light-sabre wielding George Osborne says he is fighting for Britain’s future generations. Central to his Mansion House speech was a warning that unless the state runs a budget surplus in normal times, a toxic legacy of debt awaits our children and...

Guardian, 00:14 in Learning
 

Scrap compulsory worship in schools, says former education secretary

The obligation on state schools in England and Wales to provide a daily act of collective worship should be scrapped, according to former education secretary Charles Clarke. In a series of suggested changes, he called for a new national syllabus for...

Guardian, 00:14 in Learning
 


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