News archive from 15 November 2017

Phillip Schofield was nearly sick on This Morning as his hot crisp saga continues

Phillip Schofield was nearly sick on This Morning as his hot crisp saga continues

And the crisp saga continues. A video has now emerged of Phillip Schofield and the infamous crisp of fire after he consumed the world’s spiciest potato snack in order to set a world record on This Morning. The film continues on from the ending of the...

Metro, 00:00 in Showbiz
 
Manchester United star David De Gea urges Real Madrid and Arsenal target Kepa Arrizabalaga to stay in Spain

Manchester United star David De Gea urges Real Madrid and Arsenal target Kepa Arrizabalaga to stay in Spain

David De Gea believes his international teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga would be best served staying in Spain as he continues his development at Athletic Bilbao. The 23-year-old, who is rated as one of the most promising goalkeepers in Europe, has been...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Northern Ireland offer Michael O'Neill a bumper deal to stay as manager and reject overtures from Scotland

Northern Ireland have launched a last-ditch bid to keep Michael O'Neill out of Scotland's clutches by offering him yet another lucrative new contract intended to fend off all but the most wealthy of suitors. Already under contract until 2020 after...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Former Rangers ace Brian Laudrup urges Ibrox club to make a move for Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes

Brian Laudrup has urged Rangers to finally make their move for Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes. The Great Dane, an Ibrox team-mate of McInnes for three seasons, believes his old club have to go for a safe pair of hands following unsuccessful...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Italy must sack manager Gian Piero Ventura, insists Gianfranco Zola after World Cup elimination

Former Italy international Gianfranco Zola says it is necessary for his country to replace boss Giampiero Ventura. Ventura is fighting for his job after the Azzurri failed to reach the World Cup for the first time in 60 years following a play-off...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Zoella mocked gay people and laughs at ‘fat chavs’ as star’s old tweets are dug up

Zoella mocked gay people and laughs at ‘fat chavs’ as star’s old tweets are dug up

Old tweets from Zoella have been dug up online in which she mocks ‘fat chavs’ and gay people. The tweets went out from her account in 2010, 2011 and 2012, however it is not known if Zoella, 27, sent them herself. One now-deleted tweet from 2010 reads:...

Metro, 00:03 in Showbiz
 
Roger Federer makes surprise revelation about what he used to do on days off

Roger Federer makes surprise revelation about what he used to do on days off

Federer secured his place in a record 14th ATP World Tour Finals tonight with a three-set win over 20-year-old Alexander Zverev. The German, a World Tour Finals debutant, was just five when Federer played at this tournament for the first time. And the...

 
BREAKING: Explosions and gunfire heard in Zimbabwe capital as ‘army storm TV studio’

BREAKING: Explosions and gunfire heard in Zimbabwe capital as ‘army storm TV studio’

The military are reportedly in the process of storming a state television station. A number of local residents have reported hearing at least 10 rounds of shots and three explosions in the capital. Zimbabwe's ruling party accused the head of the armed...

 

American Heart Association president suffers a HEART ATTACK at the annual conference for cardiologists -...

The 52-year-old president of the American Heart Association suffered a heart attack during the organization's annual conference. John Warner, CEO of UT Southwestern University Hospitals in Dallas and a practicing cardiologist, suffered a 'minor'...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

Olivia Newton John's nephew 'CURED a two-year-old boy of chronic pain with just one touch' thanks to his...

Olivia Newton John's nephew healed a two-year-old boy's chronic pain conditions with just his touch. Charlie Goldsmith, 36, uses alternative energy to alleviate people's pain. In the latest episode of his new TLC show called The Healer, he rids a...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

Aerobic exercise could halt dementia by preventing the brain from shrinking, study finds

Aerobic exercise such as walking and running may halt dementia by preventing the brain from shrinking, new research suggests. Being active several times a week maintains the size of the region of the brain associated with memory, a study found. Known...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

A family's fortunes

READER Mary Mortimer has kindly loaned us this very old photograph of Alfred Hall and his family, who were very prominent in Cleckheaton. Alfred, who is pictured with his wife and children, was the founder of Alfred Hall Limited ironmongers which had...

 
Can you predict Alzheimer's disease? Scientists make astonishing new dementia discovery

Can you predict Alzheimer's disease? Scientists make astonishing new dementia discovery

Potential Alzheimer's disease patients could be found early Scientists track a peptide which leads to Alzheimer's-related plaques in the brain Patients could be treated ahead of symptoms showing More than 550,000 people in the UK suffer from...

 

Energy breakthrough as researchers create plasma rings in the open air for first time

Whether inside a fluorescent light bulb or in the remarkable St. Elmo’s fire weather phenomenon, the shape of plasmas depend on the surrounding environment. Lightning follows the path of least resistance, while man-made plasmas are confined within...

 


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