News archive from 17 May 2017

Explained: How NFL star Antonio Cromartie is having ANOTHER baby despite getting a vasectomy 2013 - making...

NFL star Antonio Cromartie and his wife are expecting another baby - making it his 14th child despite the fact that he underwent a vasectomy. The former New York Jets player, 33, openly discussed getting his tubes cut in 2013, after fathering 11...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Health
 

Parents hit with $200,000 hospital bill after giving birth to premature baby in out-of-network ward and...

For the Jay family, they had no idea their new bundle of joy had the possibility of leading them to financial ruin. Amy and Mac Jay welcomed Evelyn into the world prematurely on January 16 after the couple endured several miscarriages and infertility...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Health
 

Finally, a cure for hangovers? Millennial inventor claims to have developed a pill that flushes out the...

A 23-year-old claims that he has developed the cure for hangovers with a vitamin pill. Despite his young age, Eddie Huai said even a few casual drinks after work led to terrible mornings because he is missing a crucial enzyme to process alcohol. It...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Health
 
Andy Murray suffers another early exit after straight sets defeat against Fabio Fognini in Rome

Andy Murray suffers another early exit after straight sets defeat against Fabio Fognini in Rome

World number one Andy Murray suffered another early exit as he lost 6-2 6-4 against Fabio Fognini at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia in Rome, where Johanna Konta had earlier reached the third round. Murray, who turned 30 on Monday, continues to...

 
Motherwell 3 Kilmarnock 1: Steelmen secure Premiership status

Motherwell 3 Kilmarnock 1: Steelmen secure Premiership status

Motherwell secured their Premiership status with a superb win over Kilmarnock. A superb start seen the Steelmen take he lead through Carl McHugh after 60 seconds before Adam Frizzell pegged them back. But a phenomenal substitute appearance from Lionel...

 

From Brexit to Trump, the most unpredictable era in history

More than 80 per cent of Yorkshire millionaires believe we are living through the most unpredictable age in history after a rollercoaster year that has included the Brexit vote, the election of US President Trump, a shock French presidential winner...

 

YP Comment: Jeremy Corbyn and Labour’s uphill struggle

Jeremy cORBYN was always going to receive a rapturous welcome at the unveiling of Labour’s manifesto in Bradford. He was preaching to the converted. His challenge now is to win over a country that remains deeply sceptical about his leadership, not...

 
Antonio Conte wants to sign Kyle Walker for Chelsea this summer

Antonio Conte wants to sign Kyle Walker for Chelsea this summer

Antonio Conte wants Chelsea to sign Kyle Walker from Tottenham this summer, according to reports. The Daily Mirror claims that the Italian is a huge admirer of the right-back and wants his side to pursue a move at the end of the season as he looks to...

Metro, 00:05 in Sport
 

Teachers forced to resume pay strike

College lecturers walk out as bosses fail to honour equal pay deal COLLEGE lecturers across Scotland are staging a 48-hour strike ending today in a long-running dispute over equal pay. Members of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) union claim...

 

Tory toff jetted off to avoid rail misery

Soames took two FREE trips while constituents faced strikes A TOP TORY who condemned “reckless and selfish unions” took two free jollies worth almost £8,000 while his constituents suffered strike disruption, the Morning Star can reveal today....

 

And how Labour's sums add up

A £250 billion National Transformation Fund will be invested over 10 years in infrastructure — transport, energy, universal high-speed internet — as well as on scientific research and housing fit for the 21st century, the Labour manifesto says. A...

 

ECJ ruling a blow to EU free-trade deals

Agreements on TTIP, Tisa and a post-Brexit quickie in jeopardy BREXIT and free trade deals could be in jeopardy after a European Court of Justice decision yesterday. The Luxembourg-based court ruled that a trade agreement struck with Singapore in 2013...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: Many faces of prejudice

Last night's TV reviewed: Many faces of prejudice

From first-night impressions, the three parter Three Girls (BBC1), looks like a sterling example of the latter kind, ugly, unbearably real, and entirely necessary.  Scriptwriter Nicole Taylor has taken the real stories of three of the girls involved...

 

I shared intelligence with Russia for good reason, says Trump

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump insisted yesterday that he has the “absolute right” to share information with Russia concerning terrorism after he came under fire for disclosing classified intelligence at a meeting last week. The furore erupted on Monday...

 

Turkey: Opposition plea to Washington

TURKEY’S Kemalist opposition urged the United States to press Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on democracy yesterday after the latest media arrest. Republican People’s Party (CHP) MP Sezgin Tanrikulu spoke out ahead of Mr Erdogan’s meeting with...

 


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