News archive from 15 September 2016

Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt forced to quit tour after heart attack

Status Quo guitarist Rick Parfitt has pulled out of the band’s upcoming tour following a heart attack. Parfitt, 67, was taken ill after a show in Turkey on June 14 and the heart attack and associated complications have led to doctor’s orders to rest...

 

Zinedine Zidane hails Real Madrid spirit

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane hailed his side's never-say-die spirit after they hit back from behind to sink Sporting Lisbon in their UEFA Champions League Group F opener. Real trailed to Bruno Cesar's first-half strike and looked set to suffer a...

 

Mauricio Pochettino blasts Tottenham squad after poor display against Monaco at Wembley: 'We showed a lack...

Mauricio Pochettino accused his players of ‘lacking passion’ after Tottenham’s Wembley curse continued with a poor 2-1 Champions League defeat against Monaco. Spurs kicked off their tenancy at the national stadium and their campaign in Europe’s...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
MPs demand hard line against clinicians who do not report FGM

MPs demand hard line against clinicians who do not report FGM

The government should impose harsher punishment on professionals who decide not to report female genital mutilation in children, saying they are “complicit in a crime being committed”, according to a group of MPs. The failure of the UK to make a...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 

Is Barbie spying your children? Top toy firms fined $835,000 for tracking online activity and collecting...

Gone are the days when children being out past dark was a parent's worst fear; now they have to worry about smart toys tracking their child's every move. After a two-year probe, Viacom, Mattel, Hasbro and JumpStart have been ordered to pay $835,000 in...

 

Charging your phone will soon be a breeze: New fabric harvests energy from the wind and sun to create...

High-tech fabrics could soon allow you to charge your devices on the go simply by standing outside on a sunny, breezy day. Researchers have developed a ‘hybrid-power textile’ that generates electricity from both sunshine and motion, using a...

 

How our brains fight to keep us young: Remarkable strategies our brains develop to combat ageing process 

As we age, our memories become foggier and our bodies weaker. But new research has revealed the astonishing techniques our brains employ to fight that process. Older brains struggle to rapidly switch from one focus to another. However, they compensate...

 

Is YOUR job ruining your love life? Lawyers beat models to be named the sexiest male profession on Tinder...

Have you noticed that your friends are getting more dates on Tinder than you? If so, it could be down to your career. A new survey has found that male lawyers have the most success on the dating app than any other profession, with actors and creative...

 
Eden Hazard warns his Chelsea team-mates: We have to do this

Eden Hazard warns his Chelsea team-mates: We have to do this

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Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
Premier League rivals eye Serie A youngster swoop: Arsenal have scouted him

Premier League rivals eye Serie A youngster swoop: Arsenal have scouted him

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Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 
U.S. confirms two more freed Guantanamo inmates rejoined militant groups

U.S. confirms two more freed Guantanamo inmates rejoined militant groups

In the first six months of 2016, two more militants released from the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, have returned to fighting, the U.S. government said on Wednesday. Washington has confirmed that a total of nine people freed from Guantanamo...

 
Rangers boss Mark Warburton: We have to get back to basics

Rangers boss Mark Warburton: We have to get back to basics

Warburton felt his side lost their identity in the 5-1 derby defeat, and wants normal service resumed against Ross County on Saturday. He said: “We weren’t Rangers against Celtic in terms of being on the front foot and being positive, so that’s what...

 
Scott Sinclair on Celtic's Barcelona bashing: Brendan Rodgers won't find any positives

Scott Sinclair on Celtic's Barcelona bashing: Brendan Rodgers won't find any positives

The Hoops were outclassed, outpassed, out-thought and out-fought by Lionel Messi and Co as the Catalan superstars dumped them on the canvas with remarakable ease and with little mercy shown. Even allowing for the fact that Barcelona in full flow are a...

 

NHS faces 'tough and difficult' financial decisions, health boss warns

The NHS faces some "tough and difficult" decisions about the way services are provided, the head of the health service in England has said. NHS England chief executive Simon Stevens told the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) that the NHS in...

 

Aston Villa are the Championship's chokers - they could be top!

Aston Villa have now chucked away nine points from winning positions so far this season. Had Villa held on to win all the games in which they were in front then they would have 16 points. Such a tally would put them joint top of the table. Read More...

 


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