News archive from 19 March 2015

Sam Turner's Racing Tips: All the best bets for Thursday, March 19

Sportsmail's racing expert Sam Turner picks out the top selections for the races at Chelmsford, Chepstow, Ludlow and Wolverhampton.   Venetia Williams-trained WALDORF SALAD (Chepstow, nap, 3.40) has dropped significantly in the handicap and recent...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 
Hottest Tickets in Town - Win a pair of Hull KR v St Helens tickets

Hottest Tickets in Town - Win a pair of Hull KR v St Helens tickets

As part of our weekly Hottest Tickets in Town feature, we have teamed up with Hull KR to give away a pair of tickets for every 2015 Super League Home Game. Featuring every week in the Hull Daily Mail and East Riding Mail, we will be giving away a pair...

 
Budget 2015: Pensions set for another overhaul

Budget 2015: Pensions set for another overhaul

Big changes to pensions have been announced previously by Chancellor George Osborne, and it was no different this time. These are part of a package of pre-election promises by this government: none will become law before the country goes to the polls...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
Britain's painful savings revolution

Britain's painful savings revolution

Imagine this: you have just left university. You have a debt of £27,000 on your tuition fees. You owe another £12,000 from your living costs for the last three years. Your rent is £750 a month - never mind clothing, food, transport and the odd night...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

Southampton winger Lloyd Isgrove joins Sheffield Wednesday on emergency loan  

Southampton winger Lloyd Isgrove has joined Sheffield Wednesday on an emergency loan deal until the end of the season. The pacy 22-year-old, is another product of the club's famed youth academy, and joins The Owls soon after signing a new...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 
The rising number of female Egyptian entrepreneurs

The rising number of female Egyptian entrepreneurs

Friends Sally Sabry and Doaa Zaki are doubly rare in the Egyptian business community - they are both women and they both wear full-face veils. With females accounting for only 11% of entrepreneurs in Egypt, according to a recent survey by Cairo...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 
How the dark web spurs a spying 'arms race'

How the dark web spurs a spying 'arms race'

It's a technological arms race, pure and simple. That's how Jamie Bartlett, author of The Dark Net, sums up the constantly evolving battle in cyberspace between terrorists and the intelligence agencies trying to discover their hidden communications....

 

City education chief proposes slicing breakfast clubs

A report to be considered by the Children and Families Committee today details a review carried out of 135 such clubs provided at the city's schools, looking at ways to save on the net annual cost of £2 million.Loading article content Proposals...

 

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon "to act" on nursery policy failures

Nicola Sturgeon has written to campaigners accepting there is "merit" in their suggestions for improving delivery and recording information about how many families are missing out. Under SNP legislation, families are entitled to a mandatory...

 
Unemployment at seven-year low: Brighter future for Britain says David Cameron

Unemployment at seven-year low: Brighter future for Britain says David Cameron

The latest figures show unemployment has dropped to a seven-year low of 1.86million. And 30.1m are now in work, the highest since records began in 1971. Prime Minister David Cameron hailed the news as proof that Brits now had a “brighter future”. The...

 
McCanns: Don't give up hunt for Maddie

McCanns: Don't give up hunt for Maddie

Kate and Gerry McCann said they are incredibly grateful to every officer working to find Madeleine. They insisted there is “still a job of work to be done” by the 31-strong Operation Grange team assigned solely to the case. They spoke out after the...

 
Princess Kate is so worn out as she attend children's charity

Princess Kate is so worn out as she attend children's charity

The 33-year-old royal looked exhausted as she stepped out of her chauffeur-driven car to be greeted by cheering fans. Kate, who is due to give birth in a month, told a volunteer: “Not long to go now.” Meanwhile the stylish mum-tobe sparked an online...

 
Corrie bosses STILL not decided on send-off for Anne Kirkbride two months after her death

Corrie bosses STILL not decided on send-off for Anne Kirkbride two months after her death

Scriptwriters want to give the actress a memorable send-off storyline. But with emotions still so raw among cast and crew two months after the actresss's death, TV chiefs are unsure how best to pay tribute to her 42-year career as Deirdre Barlow. They...

 

UK to raise 9 billion pounds through Lloyds share sales in coming year

The government also said it would sell 13 billion pounds worth of home loans held by bailed out Northern Rock and Bradford and Bingley. Britain spent more than 20 billion pounds rescuing Lloyds during the crisis of 2007-9, leaving it with a 41 percent...

Reuters, 00:33 in Business
 
Beatles fans can now grow their own 3D Sir Paul McCartney

Beatles fans can now grow their own 3D Sir Paul McCartney

Macca has scanned his body with a 3D printer which can be downloaded. Last year, the 72-year-old posed for the scan for a music video. And now he has uploaded the fi le online so his fans can print out their very own version of him. Kate Etteridge...

 


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