News archive from 19 May 2015

Joe Hart plans secret move to Italy...but only for his wedding

Joe Hart plans secret move to Italy...but only for his wedding

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is making a secret move to Italy at the end of the season - for his wedding to fiancee Kimberly Crew. The guest list for his love match reads like a Who’s Who of English football....and their WAGs. But none of them...

 
Hillsborough inquests: PC drove ambulance to hospital

Hillsborough inquests: PC drove ambulance to hospital

A police officer at Hillsborough has told how he drove a 14-year-old boy to hospital in an ambulance because the vehicle's driver was busy with another patient. Former PC Andrew Shiel was giving evidence at the inquests into the tragedy about how...

BBC, 00:03 in Regional
 
Ken Macintosh enters Scottish Labour leader race

Ken Macintosh enters Scottish Labour leader race

LABOUR MSP Ken Macintosh is set to stand for election as leader of the party in Scotland as he

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
Karl Barker jailed over child rape and dogging charges

Karl Barker jailed over child rape and dogging charges

A man who repeatedly raped a girl from the age of 12 and sold her for sex at dogging sites has been jailed. Karl Barker, 69, groomed the child before sexually assaulting and raping her on "many occasions", Lincoln Crown Court heard. He took...

BBC, 00:03 in Regional
 

Hotel at Derbyshire County Cricket Club ground to become Mercure Derby

The Days Inn hotel at Derbyshire County Cricket Club is set to be rebranded as Mercure Derby by the end of this year. Mercure is a brand of hotels run by French multinational corporation Accor, which is the world's biggest hotel operator. Accor said...

 
44 Scotland Street: On the Way to the Kilt Maker

44 Scotland Street: On the Way to the Kilt Maker

Volume 10, episode 47: They walked to the kilt-maker's shop, which was in a small close off the High Street. Their route took them up Dublin Street, where Bertie explained to his grandmother about the importance of not stepping on cracks in the...

 

Stones man takes a different view

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has described Mick Jagger's backside as "one of the finest views in the country."

 

Adnan Syed wins chance to call alibi witness in murder case featured in Serial

A convicted killer at the centre of a popular podcast that raised questions about his guilt and whether he had a fair trial will seek to call an alibi witness who has never before testified and include her testimony in his request for a new trial,...

Guardian, 00:07 in Showbiz
 

Most of the world's workers have insecure jobs, ILO report reveals

A global shift to more insecure jobs since the financial crisis is fuelling growing inequality and higher rates of poverty, according to a new report that estimates only a quarter of the world’s workers are on permanent contracts. The International...

Guardian, 00:08 in Business
 

Tories vow to slash 'burdensome' red tape for business by £10bn

The new business secretary Sajid Javid is to pledge to cut red tape for companies by at least £10bn during the current parliament as he announces details of the enterprise bill that will form part of this month’s Queen’s speech. Making his first...

Guardian, 00:08 in Business
 

Wonga relaunch targets 'hard working people' - 1,509% APR and brand to stay

Wonga is bringing in a “money-back guarantee” and has unveiled new TV adverts aimed at a more middle class audience as the payday loans firm attempts to restore its reputation and move upmarket. Following a year in which it was embroiled in scandal...

Guardian, 00:08 in Business
 

Cameron to publish EU referendum bill one day after Queen's speech

David Cameron is to signal his determination to press ahead with the referendum on Britain’s European Union membership by publishing the parliamentary bill, which will pave the way for the vote, a day after the Queen’s speech next week. The prime...

 
Danah Vince suicide verdict after 'taunts' by Bristol community

Danah Vince suicide verdict after 'taunts' by Bristol community

A woman who was acquitted of killing her baby daughter took her own life after being hounded by her community in Bristol, an inquest heard. Danah Vince was found dead in Westbury-on-Trym a year after ex-boyfriend William Stephens was jailed for six...

BBC, 00:09 in Regional
 
Review: Slaves at The Institute - a masterclass in riotous chaos

Review: Slaves at The Institute - a masterclass in riotous chaos

It’s been a weird year in for me in terms of gig reviews. I’ve been everywhere from seeing Frank Turner at Night & Day cafe in Manchester (my first five star review of the year here) to seeing Muse all the way down in Exeter. It’s all been an...

 

Birmingham actress Sarah Smart on babies, Doctor Who and Wallander

IT came as a shock to Sarah Smart when she realised she was playing a widow in her latest drama. As someone who has yet to marry or start a family, she suddenly realised how time was marching on. And then meeting her co-star’s baby started to make her...

 


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