News archive from 19 May 2016

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool will bounce back after Europa League final defeat

Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool will bounce back after Europa League final defeat

The Reds seized the initiative in the first-half through England ace Daniel Sturridge. But the La Liga outfit battled back to stun the Anfield giants. Goals from Kevin Gameiro and a brace from skipper Coke ensured victory for the Spanish side.  ...

Daily Star, 00:00 in Sport
 
Cases in Harrogate Magistrates this week

Cases in Harrogate Magistrates this week

0 Have your say The following were dealt with at Harrogate Magistrates Court on May 5: Dwain Carl Layton, 25, of 39 King Edward Road, Ripon, was given a nine-week prison sentence for assaulting a woman by beating her. Magistrates said a custodial...

 

Ground-breaking film of universe to be ‘greatest ever made’

0 Have your say A ground-breaking new film of the universe will be “the greatest movie ever made”, according to the team of Scottish and international astronomers behind the project. It is set to be the world’s first ever motion picture of the entire...

 

Drug-resistant bugs greater danger than cancer, warns report

0 Have your say The growing resistance to drugs used to treat infections should be treated as an “economic and security threat”, according to an international action plan. Tackling antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is “absolutely essential”, said Lord...

 

Usain Bolt bemoans athletes caught doping at the 2008 Olympics: 'It's rough on the sport... it's been...

Usain Bolt called it 'really bad news' for sport after the announcement that 31 athletes were caught doping in retests from the 2008 Beijing Olympics. 'It's rough. It's rough on the sport,' the Jamaican great said Wednesday. 'Something that's been...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Arsenal's Mesut Ozil heads out to Jordan for a kick-about with starstruck child refugees

Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil paid a visit to a refugee camp in Jordan on Wednesday to play football with some of the kids that live there. The German star headed to the Zaatari Refugee Camp on Wednesday in partnership with the Asian Football...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Liverpool icons Steve McManaman, Mark Lawrenson and Michael Owen lambast 'atrocious' Alberto Moreno for his...

Michael Owen, Steve McManaman and Mark Lawrenson lambasted the display of Alberto Moreno during Liverpool's defeat to Sevilla in the Europa League final at St Jakob-Park on Wednesday night. Jurgen Klopp's side lost 3-1 to Unai Emery's side despite...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Chinese jets intercept U.S. military plane over South China Sea - Pentagon

Chinese jets intercept U.S. military plane over South China Sea - Pentagon

WASHINGTON Two Chinese fighter jets carried out an "unsafe" intercept of a U.S. military aircraft on Tuesday over the South China Sea, the Pentagon said on Wednesday. The incident took place in international airspace as the U.S....

 

Randy Lerner releases another bizarre statement to fans after selling Aston Villa

Aston Villa may have been sold to Chinese businessman Tony Xia but the now-former owner Randy Lerner was not ready to leave without having the final say. He chose to do so in yet another bizarre statement, comparing Villa's season to the battle of...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
England’s chief medical officer warns of ‘antibiotic apocalypse’

England’s chief medical officer warns of ‘antibiotic apocalypse’

The ‘antibiotic apocalypse’ may already be upon us. According to Dame Sally Davies, chief medical officer for England, 50,000 people are dying every year in Europe and the US from infections that antibiotics have lost the power to treat. Davies has...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
No antibiotics without a test, says report on rising antimicrobial resistance

No antibiotics without a test, says report on rising antimicrobial resistance

A blueprint to end the scourge of antimicrobial resistance proposes that drug companies should foot the bill for the development of new antibiotics and that patients should not be able to get them without a test to ensure they are needed. Economist...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
Record View: John Swinney is a top choice for schools head boy

Record View: John Swinney is a top choice for schools head boy

JOHN Swinney’s appointment as Education Secretary is a sure sign Nicola Sturgeon is taking school reform seriously. She made great play of her commitment to improve standards when she took over from Alex Salmond in 2014. But her words were undermined...

 
Bloomberg says Brexit could hit UK business

Bloomberg says Brexit could hit UK business

Former New York mayor Michael Bloomberg says that a Brexit vote on 23 June could hit UK-EU trade and leave British-based "employees worse off". And he warns financial jobs could leave London for Paris or Frankfurt. Writing in The Times Mr...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
EU exit could wipe thousands off house values, say estate agents

EU exit could wipe thousands off house values, say estate agents

A UK exit from the European Union could wipe thousands of pounds off house values over the next three years, estate agents have claimed. Homeowners in London could lose as much as £7,500, while homes elsewhere in the UK could lose £2,300, the National...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 

The UK firm that wants to give big spenders a big shock

One British firm is seeking to put the buzz back into budgeting by giving bank customers an electric shock if they overspend. Intelligent Environments has launched a platform which can link the Pavlok wristband, which delivers a 255 volt shock, to a...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 


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