News archive from 19 January 2016

Argentinian president to meet David Cameron in Davos

The new Argentinian president Mauricio Macri will meet David Cameron at the World Economic Forum in Davos this week in a warming of ties that have long been chilled by a dispute over the Falkland Islands. The one-on-one talks, which were confirmed to...

 

Australian consumer confidence falls again amid Chinese economy worries

Persistent worries over a slowdown in China’s economy and international stock market jitters are troubling Australian consumers. Related: Oil price dips below $28 to 13-year low as markets brace for Iranian supply The ANZ-Roy Morgan consumer...

Guardian, 00:01 in Business
 

Breast surgeon faces wounding with intent to cause harm charges

A breast surgeon suspended over complaints regarding operations he carried out has been charged with 21 counts of wounding with intent to cause harm to patients. Ian Paterson appeared at Birmingham Magistrates' Court today charged with unlawfully and...

 

Apartment hunting? Read this first! The higher your floor number the 'less likely you are to survive a...

When it comes to picking a new apartment, the higher the floor number the better the views. But, experts have discovered living in high-rise buildings should come with a health warning. For, a new study has revealed the higher a person lives, the less...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

How your phone can make you a hunchback and could also rot your teeth: Every time you look down to send a...

After returning from an amazing family skiing holiday in February 2012, my three children were keen to keep the memories going by uploading all the photos and videos on to my laptop. I sat back and was enjoying the show until I saw this woman I didn’t...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 
Cheetham Hill named the counterfeit capital of the UK

Cheetham Hill named the counterfeit capital of the UK

Cheetham Hill is THE knock-off capital of the UK, a new Government report reveals. The trade in counterfeit brands continues to flourish there despite a series of high-profile raids which have seen fake goods worth millions seized by the authorities,...

 
England squad warned to expect shock of their lives under 'brilliant but mad' Eddie Jones

England squad warned to expect shock of their lives under 'brilliant but mad' Eddie Jones

The squad meets up under Jones for the first time on Monday to prepare for the Six Nations with one of his former assistants concerned the demands of the "brilliant but mad" head coach could trigger a mutiny. Leigh Jones, the Welshman who...

 
Nurse at The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle is struck off after forging anaesthetics qualifications letter

Nurse at The Alexandra Hospital in Cheadle is struck off after forging anaesthetics qualifications letter

A nurse who forged a letter in a bid to convince her employers she held an anaesthetics qualification she did not have has been struck off. Lynne Margaret Robinson was the deputy theatre manager at the BMI-run Alexandra Hospital, in Cheadle, when she...

 
Ronnie O'Sullivan admits winning the world title in his 40s would be his 'Everest'

Ronnie O'Sullivan admits winning the world title in his 40s would be his 'Everest'

The Rocket equalled Stephen Hendry's record of six Masters successes with a 10-1 destruction of Barry Hawkins on Sunday, winning an unprecedented 10 frames in a row. But five-time world champion O'Sullivan, 40, is still two titles shy of his...

 
Remi Garde vows pride will fire up Aston Villa against Wycombe in FA Cup replay

Remi Garde vows pride will fire up Aston Villa against Wycombe in FA Cup replay

Angry fans vented their fury at shell-shocked Villa stars as they boarded the team bus following the 1-1 FA Cup draw at the League Two side. The ugly scenes outside Adams Park shocked players and officials alike and club captain Micah Richards was...

 
Jamie Donaldson faces weeks out after cutting hand in chainsaw accident

Jamie Donaldson faces weeks out after cutting hand in chainsaw accident

"So folks, in my time off decided to have a fight with a chainsaw and lost," Donaldson wrote on Twitter yesterday alongside a photograph of his wound, which needed stitches. The 40-year-old Welshman plans to return to the Tour on February 4...

 
Apple, Samsung and Sony face child labour claims

Apple, Samsung and Sony face child labour claims

Human rights organisation Amnesty has accused Apple, Samsung and Sony, among others, of failing to do basic checks to ensure minerals used in their products are not mined by children. In a report into cobalt mining in the Democratic Republic of the...

BBC, 00:08 in Business
 

General election opinion poll failure down to not reaching Tory voters

The long-awaited postmortem into what wrong with the opinion polls in last year’s general election is published on Tuesday, and it points the finger at the pollsters’ failure to reach enough Conservative voters. Patrick Sturgis, a professor of...

Guardian, 00:09 in Politics
 

Nicky Morgan to launch website to help parents worried children could join Isis

Parents who are worried their children could run away to join Islamic State are to get advice from a new government website. Nicky Morgan, the education secretary, is launching a series of measures to keep children safe from “the spell of twisted...

Guardian, 00:09 in Politics
 

‘I’d treat Trump to a visit to Brixton’

MPs debate banning US presidential hopeful US BILLIONAIRE bigot Donald Trump should not banned from Britain but instead be forced to visit Brixton, Labour MP Paul Flynn suggested yesterday. With 574,000 signatures, a petition to have the racist...

 


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