News archive from 16 January 2016

Briton detained in Ethiopia must be freed urgently, says charity

Briton detained in Ethiopia must be freed urgently, says charity

A British man locked up in Ethiopia must be released imminently, a charity has urged, as a psychiatrist's report showed a serious deterioration in his mental health. Andargachew "Andy" Tsege has been detained in the country since he was...

 

Nancy Dell'olio evicted from Celebrity Big Brother as Angie, Stephanie, Jeremy and Gemma Collins are saved

Nancy Dell'olio has been evicted from Celebrity Big Brother. Stephanie, Nancy, Angie, Gemma and Jeremy faced the public vote but it was the elegant brunette who was booted out in the second live eviction. The 54-year-old lawyer is the third star to...

 

Bill Roache reveals last words to Coronation Street wife Anne Kirkbride on her deathbed

Heartbroken Coronation Street star Bill Roache felt a tiny movement in Anne Kirkbride’s hand after he spoke to her as she lay dying. Talking for the first time about the intimate final moments he shared with her, he said: “I talked to Annie, I held...

 
Rhodes must stay, says Oxford chief

Rhodes must stay, says Oxford chief

Cecil Rhodes’ statue should stay in its position on the front of Oriel College, Oxford, with a plaque added to give historical context, the university’s new vice-chancellor has said. Students campaigning to remove his statue have made some “completely...

 

‘Jeremy Corbyn is ideologically driven. Simon is Simon-driven. That’s the difference’

CLAIRE HAMILTON, who dated Simon Danczuk for three months, talks to the Star about the real political views of the notorious Rochdale MP Even when relaxing on the sofa at home, Simon Danczuk appeared consumed by self-promotion and politics’ dark...

 

A perfect storm for disabled people

ANITA BELLOWS spotlights the failures of Atos’s successor – Maximus – in carrying out disability assessments THE National Audit Office recently produced a report on the delivery of Department for Work and Pensions’ disability assessments. This report...

 

Jeremy Corbyn to confront big business over living wage

Jeremy Corbyn will show he is ready for battle with big business as he proposes barring companies from distributing dividends unless they pay the living wage, and putting in place salary curbs to stop bosses being paid many times more than workers....

Guardian, 00:06 in Politics
 

Superman's Dean Cain and Girls Aloud's Sarah Harding join C4's The Jump

Former Superman star Dean Cain is one of 12 celebrities including Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding and Olympian Linford Christie who will take to the air in the next series of Channel 4’s winter sports series The Jump. Channel 4 has signed up 12...

Guardian, 00:08 in Showbiz
 

Joe Root says century against South Africa will be career-best if England win series 

Joe Root says his brilliant century against South Africa will rank as the finest of his career – but only if England go on to complete a series-clinching victory. Root's unbeaten 106 guided England to 238 for five by the close, a 111-run fifth-wicket...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Manchester United are 'too big' to experience Liverpool-style title drought says manager Louis van Gaal

Louis van Gaal insists it is inconceivable that Manchester United will endure another title drought as long as the one traditional rivals Liverpool are on ahead of their trip to Anfield on Sunday. Jurgen Klopp's men are still searching for their...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Tottenham haven't got bottle to win Premier League title, says Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce ahead of White...

Sam Allardyce says Spurs haven’t got the bottle to win the Premier League and refuses to credit Mauricio Pochettino for blooding the club's young English talent. The Sunderland manager takes his third-from-bottom Black Cats to White Hart Lane on...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Celtic may have shot themselves in foot as Anthony Stokes seals Hibernian loan move 

With due allowance for approximation, it's a question that comes with a £10million price tag. For Celtic, the cost of life in the top flight without Rangers is said to be an eight-figure annual shortfall. No sum of money will ever persuade many of a...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Alan Pardew admits Emmanuel Adebayor is on his list of targets... 10 years after Crystal Palace boss tried...

Alan Pardew has confirmed Crystal Palace would like to sign a new striker this month - with Emmanuel Adebayor one of the names in the frame. The Togo striker has been a free agent since leaving Tottenham earlier in the season and has been working on...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Women's tennis lacks aggression and has become a little boring, says 24-time grand slam singles champion...

Tennis great Margaret Court, who won a record 24 grand slam singles titles, believes the women's game has become a 'little bit boring' because players are not attacking enough. The Australian Open starts on Monday but the country's most celebrated...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 

Remi Garde urges Aston Villa strugglers to 'copy and paste' Leicester City great escape

Remi Garde used laptop imagery to plot how Aston Villa might escape relegation — telling his players to copy and paste Leicester’s miracle survival from last season. The Villa manager knows the chances of emulating the feat are remote but believes...

Daily Mail, 00:11 in Sport
 


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