News archive from 18 November 2015

Radiation superflares make Earth-like planet uninhabitable, research suggests

It was hailed as the most habitable planet ever found beyond the solar system. But now the distant world of Kepler 438b has started to look decidedly less inviting. Astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics unveiled the small,...


Manchester United transfer news: Mario Gomez likely, Cristiano Ronaldo update, Gareth Bale closer - reports

Manchester United are showing no signs of resting after a busy summer in the transfer market, with work still needed on Louis van Gaal's squad. The Red Devils have made a decent start to the season, though some fans and pundits remain unconvinced by...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
Manchester United striker Anthony Martial on crutches after foot injury

Manchester United striker Anthony Martial on crutches after foot injury

Louis van Gaal is sweating on the fitness of Anthony Martial after the Manchester United striker left Wembley on crutches. The 19-year-old striker was kicked on the top of the foot during England 2-0 win against France, forcing him to be substituted...


NHS cannot make £22bn cut sought by government, finance chiefs warn

The NHS needs much more than the £8bn ministers have promised and will not deliver the £22bn of savings it has pledged, according to NHS finance chiefs. The service in England is heading for a deficit this year even bigger than the £2bn already widely...

Guardian, 00:06 in Health

France find little solace against England but send powerful statement

Hugo Lloris had suggested this might be an escape of sorts. Admittedly he had prefaced that by voicing his heartfelt motivation “to play for the victims” of the attacks which cost at least 132 people their lives in Paris, but there had been hope an...

Guardian, 00:08 in Sport

Transfer news: Gareth Bale open to Manchester United move, Chelsea join Michy Batshuayi chase, Liverpool...

The transfer stories are coming thick and fast at the moment as January draws nearer, with many of the big clubs in need of strengthening. Chelsea and Liverpool have had particularly disappointing seasons, but no side has stood out as serious title...

Metro, 00:10 in Sport
Tottenham starlet Dele Alli: What scoring my first England goal means to me

Tottenham starlet Dele Alli: What scoring my first England goal means to me

The former MK Dons man was making his first start for the Three Lions and was impressive throughout in the 2-0 victory. Alli scored with a perfectly placed 25-yard finish before England captain Wayne Rooney doubled the lead shortly after half-time....

Daily Star, 00:11 in Sport

Descendants of scientist on Shackleton's ill-fated voyage hope to finish trek to South Pole

Descendants of a hero of polar exploration are planning to complete what they describe as “some unfinished family business” – by walking and skiing the last 100 miles to the South Pole, a venture abandoned almost a century ago when the ice closed in...


Senate intelligence chair: visa waiver programme worse threat than refugees

Terrorists traveling from Europe without a visa pose a bigger threat to US security than refugees from Syria, according to the chairman of the Senate intelligence committee. Senator Richard Burr supported calls to consider a “pause” in admitting...


U.S. says Russia gave advance notice of strikes on Syria's Raqqa

Russia gave the United States advanced notice before launching a "significant number" of strikes in Syria on Tuesday targeting the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa but a U.S. official said the former Cold War foes were still not...

Liverpool star to undergo surgery today, will be out until at least January, club confirm

Liverpool star to undergo surgery today, will be out until at least January, club confirm

The Italian has only made four appearances, scoring one goal, since returning to AC Milan in the summer on a season-long loan from Liverpool. He has not featured at all since September. A statement from the Serie A side read: "AC Milan announces...

Daily Star, 00:13 in Sport

City news: Easyjet, B&M growth, Peppa Pig & Paddy Power

The budget airline will take 36 new Airbus aircraft between 2018 and 2021 as it targets an increase in passenger numbers of 7 per cent a year. In the 12 months to September 30, it carried 68.6million passengers, up 6 per cent on last year, growing...


Lidl and Aldi turn up heat: Fast-growing German pair have doubled their market share

The fast-growing German pair have doubled their market share over the past three years - it previously took them nine years to grow from 2.5 per cent to 5 per cent - and are set to apply more pressure on the big four supermarkets with major store...

Disabled girl sedation and removal 'like Guantanamo rendition'

Disabled girl sedation and removal 'like Guantanamo rendition'

Image copyright PA A teenager with severe learning disabilities was "unlawfully" sedated and flown to Scotland in a manner a health chief likened to "extraordinary rendition to Guantanamo Bay". A leaked report seen by the BBC shows...

BBC, 00:16 in Regional

CAGE campaign group that defended Jihadi John were 'too busy' to condemn Paris attacks

Ibrahim Mohamoud, communications officer of the CAGE campaign group, said they "were very busy" last Friday as 129 people were massacred by gun-wielding jihadists and suicide bombers in the French capital. Giving evidence to the House of...


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