News archive from 19 July 2016

Call of Duty XP: Black Ops 3 World League PS4 finals teams battle it out for LA spot

Call of Duty XP: Black Ops 3 World League PS4 finals teams battle it out for LA spot

Millenium, Mindfreak and Team Envyus won their respective regional finals in the Call of Duty World League Stage 2 Pro Division matches yesterday at the ESL Studios in Burbank. These three top COD team will move onto Call of Duty XP this September to...

 
Jeremy Hunt has broken NHS funding pledges, report finds

Jeremy Hunt has broken NHS funding pledges, report finds

The government has broken its pledges on NHS funding and is misleading the public about how much extra money it is actually putting into the health service, a committee of MPs has said. In a highly critical report, the House of Commons health select...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
This Liverpool striker can be world class when he leaves Anfield, says Andrea Pirlo

This Liverpool striker can be world class when he leaves Anfield, says Andrea Pirlo

The 25-year-old has been told by Reds boss Jurgen Klopp to find a new club ahead of the season getting underway. But Pirlo - who now plays in the MLS - believes Balotelli has untapped potential and can still turn his career around. "He frustrates...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 

Holidays see £12m food mountain binned in UK in a single week

A massive food mountain worth £12 million is thrown in the bin across the UK in a single week as families head off on summer holidays, according to new research. The figure is as mush as £1m in Scotland alone. The survey, carried out for the...

 

Jonathan Wood: The hidden cost of shielding our children from the world

It’s important to build up a sense of belonging, says Jonathan Wood In the last few weeks, we have heard a lot of worrying stories about aggression and violence towards immigrants. This is frightening and unpleasant for adults, but we should also...

 
Bombshell report finds that children in poverty as twice as likely to be from working household

Bombshell report finds that children in poverty as twice as likely to be from working household

KIDS living in poverty are twice as likely to be in working households, a hard-hitting report has revealed. Only a third of youngsters below the Government’s “absolute poverty” threshold live in workless households, according to research by experts at...

 
Health budget rise 'less than was promised'

Health budget rise 'less than was promised'

Ministers in England have given the wrong impression about how much extra they are spending on health, MPs say. The government made big play of the extra £8.4bn on top of inflation it was giving the NHS this parliament when it unveiled its spending...

BBC, 00:11 in Regional
 
Petition launched against ‘coffee shop Warwick’

Petition launched against ‘coffee shop Warwick’

0 Have your say A petition has been launched against new coffee shops in Warwick following upset over latest cafe application for the town centre. Council planners are set to agree an application for the Warwick Antiques Centre in High Street to be...

 
Kenilworth guide leader wins top award

Kenilworth guide leader wins top award

0 Have your say A proud Kenilworth guide group held a big celebration on Friday July 15 after one of its leaders won the most prestigious guiding award. Zoe McNamara, a leader at the 8th Kenilworth Guides which meet at the United Reformed Church in...

 
Byron Lima: Killer of Guatemala bishop dies in jail riot

Byron Lima: Killer of Guatemala bishop dies in jail riot

The authorities in Guatemala say an army officer convicted of killing an outspoken Catholic bishop has died in a prison riot. Byron Lima had been serving a 20-year sentence for the murder in 1998 of Bishop Juan Jose Gerardi, an opponent of the then...

BBC, 00:17 in World News
 
Attack on Nice: How Nice sought to tackle jihad

Attack on Nice: How Nice sought to tackle jihad

The attack that killed 84 people in the French city of Nice has led to political recriminations and, yet again, probing questions about how to stop people turning to jihad. Nice may have been caught off-guard when Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel's a lorry...

BBC, 00:17 in World News
 
Bride's horror as wedding turns to disaster after ceiling falls on best man's head during big day celebrations

Bride's horror as wedding turns to disaster after ceiling falls on best man's head during big day celebrations

A BRIDE’S big day was ruined – after the hotel ceiling fell in at her wedding reception. Emily and her husband Gary Parkin went from wedded bliss to near-miss after the roof collapsed on their best man’s head. Neil Parkin was left stunned after...

 

Boris hopes high-level meetings will keep Britain to the fore

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is holding a series of top-level talks in a bid to show the UK's international standing has not been damaged by Brexit. Mr Johnson is meeting US secretary of state John Kerry in a get-together which London hopes will...

 

Ilona Amos: Bermuda study will help us understand more about oceans

As you read this, instead of sitting at my desk I should be under the tropical skies of Bermuda, ready to take the biggest dive of my life. This is because I was invited to join a ground-breaking research mission to explore some of the most important...

 

Boris hopes high-level meetings will keep Britain to the fore

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is holding a series of top-level talks in a bid to show the UK's international standing has not been damaged by Brexit. Mr Johnson is meeting US secretary of state John Kerry in a get-together which London hopes will...

 


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