News archive from 16 September 2017

Canelo Alvarez vs Gennady 'GGG' Golovkin betting guide

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin are bettling for more than middleweight supremacy when they collide in Las Vegas on Saturday night. The Mexican sensation and the big-punching Kazakh are both vying for the kind of legacy-cementing win they...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock attends party with boyfriend Andre Gray to celebrate start of London Fashion Week

Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock attends party with boyfriend Andre Gray to celebrate start of London...

There’s only one way to celebrate the start of London Fashion Week, and that is in style – as Leigh-Anne Pinnock demonstrated with finesse at Jeremy Scott’s I-D x Jeremy Scott party. And proving that she could genuinely wear anything and get away with...

Metro, 00:01 in Showbiz
 
Where the term 'Thank You' actually comes from - and the peculiar phrase we used to say before that

Where the term 'Thank You' actually comes from - and the peculiar phrase we used to say before that

British manners, punctuality and politeness are considered by many across the world as national traits. But how has the British “Thank You” evolved over the years? According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the English word “thank” derived from the...

 
Simple trick helps dementia sufferers access their forgotten memories - putting a huge smile on their faces

Simple trick helps dementia sufferers access their forgotten memories - putting a huge smile on their faces

Looking after an elderly relative can be tough, whether you live under the same roof or many miles away. According to charity Carers UK , more than one in five adults has had their work affected by caring responsibilities, and more than two million...

 
Big-hearted readers share moving 'Thank You' messages - and win a treat from Cadbury

Big-hearted readers share moving 'Thank You' messages - and win a treat from Cadbury

Is there someone you’d like to publicly thank for an act of kindness? Perhaps a fellow commuter who made your journey to work a little bit more enjoyable. Or a shop assistant who helped you choose the perfect outfit. As part of our campaign to inspire...

 

FT journalist killed by crocodile

A BRITISH journalist and trade union member has died in Sri Lanka after being dragged into a lagoon by a crocodile, it was revealed yesterday. Paul McClean, 24, had worked at the Financial Times (FT) for two years after graduating from Oxford...

 

Birmingham Mail latest newspaper to face cuts

NEWSPAPER bosses are continuing their attacks on regional paper staff with the announcement of more redundancies at the Birmingham Mail. Journalists’ union NUJ claimed that 10 editorial staff would be axed as part of a shake-up at the paper — owned by...

 

Universities value probe looks at top bosses’ pay

PARLIAMENT is to look at vice-chancellors’ pay as part of a new inquiry into value for money in university courses. The Commons education select committee investigation, launched yesterday, will also consider the quality of teaching and the progress...

 

Philippines: Duterte may yet put whole country under martial law

PHILIPPINES Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said yesterday there was a “very remote” possibility that President Rodrigo Duterte might impose martial law on the entire country. The drastic suggestion was made in response to a call by left-wing...

 

US: Papal envoy called back after child porn claims

A VATICAN priest working in the Holy See’s embassy in Washington has been recalled after US offi cials warned he could be breaching child pornography laws. The Catholic Church declined to identify the diplomat, but said he was currently in Vatican...

 

Transport cuts put everyone in danger

THE terrorist attack on a train at Parsons Green in London was the latest in a series of sickening attempts to take the lives of innocent people going about their business — an attempt that fortunately failed, though many will bear its scars for the...

 

Let your hair down for the October Revolution

Get your dancing shoes on to celebrate the October 1917 centenary, says MARK PERRYMAN TO SORT of coin a phrase: “How do you solve a problem like VI Lenin?” As the centenary of the October Revolution fast approaches, the accolades provided by the likes...

 

Flooding out the Kurds from their ancient home

The destruction of Hasankeyf is another extension of Erdogan's cultural genocide on the Kurds, says STEVE SWEENEY SITUATED on the banks of the Tigris River, Hasankeyf is a 12,000-year old largely Kurdish city in Turkey’s Mardin province. It is an...

 

House the many not the few

The dramatic rise in homelessness under the Tories is a national scandal, writes KEN LIVINGSTONE ACCORDING to the government’s spending watchdog — the National Audit Office (NAO) — homelessness is up by a staggering 134 per cent since the Tories...

 

Arsenal v Cologne, a wonderful range of daunting emotions

KADEEM SIMMONDS believes what he saw on Thursday night was not a throwback to hooliganism but more a minority of away supporters giving the rest a bad name WHAT actually happened at Ashburton Grove on Thursday night as Arsenal took on FC Cologne? Was...

 


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