News archive from 16 January 2014, page 2

Let’s try a new way of caring for people

Let’s try a new way of caring for people

We can all create a different future, says Dr Lisa Curtice Predictions of the challenges facing health and social care in Scotland present a gloomy picture. Scotland has one of the lowest life expectancies in Western Europe. Men living in the most...

Scotsman, 00:20 in Health
 

Celebrity Big Brother plunges to new depths as Dappy sucks Luisa's NIPPLES during Truth Or Dare game

It's widely been recognised as the raciest series of Celebrity Big Brother yet. However, on Wednesday's episode, the Channel 5 reality show plunged to new depths during a racy, drunken game on truth or dare. Luisa Zissman had no qualms about letting...

 

Girls take London! Lena Dunham does demure in white lace tunic as Allison Williams opts for vampy...

Leaving the comfort of New York City, the cast of Girls arrived in London on Wednesday to launch Season 3 of their hit TV show in truly glamorous fashion. Lena Dunham lead the way before being joined by costars Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet on the...

 

Middle aged men who drink regularly face faster memory loss, scientists warn

Middle-aged men risk a faster mental decline as they age if they've been drinking heavily for years, new research suggests. The study of about 5,000 British civil servants found that over a decade, the added decline was the equivalent of about two...

 

David Cameron ducks call to cap bonuses at RBS

DAVID Cameron was yesterday accused of using "smoke and mirrors" in an attempt to head off a growing row over the prospect of RBS bankers taking bonuses of up to double their salaries. The Prime Minister’s efforts to reassure the public that...

Scotsman, 00:26 in Politics
 
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Chancellor George Osborne has raised the prospect of Britain leaving the European Union if the 28-nation bloc fails to undertake fundamental reforms to improve competitiveness, create jobs and protect the rights of countries which are not in the...

 
‘Left alone to die’: Tragedy of Lydia’s first day at nursery

‘Left alone to die’: Tragedy of Lydia’s first day at nursery

A GIRL aged three who died on her first day at nursery after getting her neck caught in a rope on a slide was undiscovered for 20 minutes, a court was told. Lydia Bishop was blue and not breathing by the time 25-year-old nursery worker Sophee Redhead...

 
Nicola Benedetti retunes to Celtic Connections

Nicola Benedetti retunes to Celtic Connections

Nicola Benedetti faced one of her toughest musical challenges after being asked to headline the opening gala of Glasgow's biggest music festival, Celtic Connections, she admitted yesterday. The violinist – back in her home country for a week of...

 
BREAKING: £109million cuts budget is laid out by Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones

BREAKING: £109million cuts budget is laid out by Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones

People across the borough will begin to feel the cuts deepen as the council makes 1,200 redundant and increases Council tax. Mayor of Doncaster, Ros Jones, has laid out where the axe will fall over the next three years as part of the latest...

 

Boy in New Mexico school shooting took gun from home, police say

Investigators were also continuing to look into the possibility that the boy, who has not been publicly identified, warned some friends before carrying out the attack on Tuesday at Berrendo Middle School in Roswell, police said. The shooting, in which...

 
BREAKING: £109million cuts budget is laid out by Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones

BREAKING: £109million cuts budget is laid out by Doncaster Mayor Ros Jones

People across the borough will begin to feel the cuts deepen as the council makes 1,200 redundant and increases Council tax. Mayor of Doncaster, Ros Jones, has laid out where the axe will fall over the next three years as part of the latest...

 
New appeal over mystery behind mummified Leeds teenager

New appeal over mystery behind mummified Leeds teenager

Detectives investigating the unsolved murder of a woman whose mummified body was found dumped in a Leeds suburb 23 years ago today insist they remain determined to catch her killer. Donna Healey’s remains were found at the edge of the overgrown...

 
Vatican Faces UN Grilling Over Child Abuse

Vatican Faces UN Grilling Over Child Abuse

An Irish victim of child abuse has urged the Catholic Church to "admit what they did" when Vatican officials appear before the UN Committee on Children's Rights in Geneva. Elizabeth Coppin was just 14 when detained in a Catholic laundry,...

 
Kate Moss: Fashion Icon Marks 40th Birthday

Kate Moss: Fashion Icon Marks 40th Birthday

Kate Moss's hugely successful career has spanned 25 years, her remarkable influence and relevance still unwavering. Her work ethic has seen her front campaigns for the world's most esteemed fashion houses, collaborate with fashion's most iconic...

 
Retailer JC Penney to cut 2,000 jobs and close 33 stores

Retailer JC Penney to cut 2,000 jobs and close 33 stores

US retailer JC Penney said it plans to cut 2,000 jobs and close 33 stores as part of a cost-cutting exercise aimed at restoring profitability. The money-losing department store chain hopes to save $65m (£40m) a year through the restructuring, which is...

BBC, 00:50 in Business
 


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