News archive from 18 May 2013

Senior Tory 'slams party activists'

A member of David Cameron's inner circle has described grassroots Tory activists as "swivel-eyed loons", according to reports. The senior figure blamed local Conservative associations for pressuring Tory MPs into supporting a eurosceptic...

 

Senior Tory 'slams party activists'

A member of David Cameron's inner circle has described grassroots Tory activists as "swivel-eyed loons", according to reports. The senior figure blamed local Conservative associations for pressuring Tory MPs into supporting a eurosceptic...

 

Senior Tory 'slams party activists'

A member of David Cameron's inner circle has described grassroots Tory activists as "swivel-eyed loons", according to reports. The senior figure blamed local Conservative associations for pressuring Tory MPs into supporting a eurosceptic...

 
HULL STUN WOLVES

HULL STUN WOLVES

Second rower Richard Whiting scored two second-half tries to add fresh impetus to Hull's mid-season revival as they condemned third-placed Warrington to a shock 26-16 home defeat. England winger Tom Briscoe also touched down twice, while Tom Lineham...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Senior Tory 'slams party activists'

A member of David Cameron's inner circle has described grassroots Tory activists as "swivel-eyed loons", according to reports. The senior figure blamed local Conservative associations for pressuring Tory MPs into supporting a eurosceptic...

 

Gay weddings plan criticised

PRIME Minister David Cameron's plans for same-sex marriage have upset "vast numbers of people", Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has said. Mr Hammond told BBC 1’s Question Time there was a “real sense of anger” among voters over gay weddings...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Hot News
 

Google chief to escape tax wrath of PM

Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt will meet David Cameron next week, just days after the internet giant was mauled by a Commons committee over its tax affairs. Downing Street confirmed Mr Schmidt is expected to attend a regular quarterly meeting...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Hot News
 

Owner of flat where young jockeys died in fire is jailed

A LANDLORD has been jailed for violating fire safety regulations after a blaze that left two young jockeys dead. Jan Wilson, 19, from Forfar, and Jamie Kyne, 18, from Kiltrogue, Co Galway, died in 2009 when fire ripped through a block of flats in...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Hot News
 
Woman lost 21 stone after embarrasment at dentists

Woman lost 21 stone after embarrasment at dentists

A WOMAN branded morbidly obese by her GP has lost 21 stone in weight after an embarrassing trip to the dentists forced her to act. Denise Petty went from a size 34 to a size 14 dress after four years of shedding the pounds. She has lost so much...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Hot News
 

Rafa's sweat! Benitez set for £250k bonus if Chelsea clinch third place

Rafa Benitez is sweating on a £250,000 bonus to finish third in the Barclays Premier League to guarantee Champions League football next season.Benitez agreed to the lucrative clause in his contract when he replaced Roberto Di Matteo as Chelsea's...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Relegation is just a blip for Wigan... if they can return to the Premier League quickly

We are forever hearing how the Premier League is the be-all and end-all. If you're promoted to it, you earn £120 million, if you're relegated, you might as well not exist. Premier League status keeps the businessmen happy and puts money in players'...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Senior Tory 'slams party activists'

A member of David Cameron's inner circle has described grassroots Tory activists as "swivel-eyed loons", according to reports. The senior figure blamed local Conservative associations for pressuring Tory MPs into supporting a eurosceptic...

 
World Whisky Day: Scotland’s global export

World Whisky Day: Scotland’s global export

The "water of life', especially in single-malt form, is one of Scotland's most enduring exports. But should it really be mixed with condensed milk? Fiona MacGregor reports ‘Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough,”...

 
William McIlvanney: The father of tartan noir

William McIlvanney: The father of tartan noir

As Canongate set about reprinting his classics, William McIlvanney tells Susan Mansfield that we may not have heard the last of DI Laidlaw Edinburgh International Book Festival, 2006: the main auditorium is sold out for the launch of William...

 
Book review: Between Friends by Amos Oz

Book review: Between Friends by Amos Oz

In 1954, aged 14, Amos Klausner changed his name to Amos Oz, leaving behind him his home and father, exchanging city life for the relative privations of the desert, cutting his teeth (and his new identity) on life in an Israeli kibbutz. Between...

 


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