News archive from 19 July 2017

First child ever to receive a double hand transplant after losing his limbs to sepsis is making...

He was the youngest person ever to undergo a double hand transplant.  Eighteen months later, researchers have published the first report documenting nine-year-old Zion Harvey's unprecedented experience. He has endured numerous scares of his body...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Health
 
Chelsea set to miss out as AC Milan reach agreement with Andrea Belotti

Chelsea set to miss out as AC Milan reach agreement with Andrea Belotti

Chelsea are behind AC Milan in the race to sign Andrea Belotti from Torino, according to reports in Italy. Gianluca Di Marzio claims that Milan have made the 23-year-old their top target and is the favoured choice of their manager Vincenzo Montella....

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

Aljaz Bedene advances to second-round of Croatia Open with battling win against Joao Sousa

Great Britain No 3 Aljaz Bedene booked a place in the second-round of the Croatia Open in Umag with a hard-fought 6-3 4-6 6-4 win over Joao Sousa of Portugal in Tuesday's final late-night match on Stadium Goran Ivanisevic. Bedene, whose last match was...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Credit and debit card surcharges to be banned

Credit and debit card surcharges to be banned

Consumers are no longer to be charged extra for paying by debit or credit card, the government has said. From January next year, businesses will not be allowed to add any surcharges for card payments. The worst offenders currently are airlines and...

BBC, 00:04 in Business
 
'UK inequality reduced since 2008'

'UK inequality reduced since 2008'

The gap between the richest and poorest households in the UK has narrowed since the recession of 2007-08, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS). In its latest report on living standards, the IFS said rising employment and sharp falls in...

BBC, 00:04 in Business
 
Where's hot? This summer's most popular holiday spots

Where's hot? This summer's most popular holiday spots

For some of us, holidays are becoming more than just a chance to relax in the sun but the chance to experience something different - and this growth in out-of-the-way travel is playing a vital role in many countries' economic development. "I like...

BBC, 00:04 in Business
 

Calls for show of unity in Tory party ahead of final PMQs

MPs will be looking to Theresa May to use the final PMQs before recess to cement her fragile leadership ahead of the long summer break, after issuing a firm slap down to warring Cabinet ministers. Today’s exchange at the Despatch Box marks the last...

 

Rugby ball sized tumour is no match for miracle Leeds labrador

A dog has made an incredible recovery after vets removed a cancerous tumour the size of a rugby ball from his chest. Sebastian the Labrador underwent a six hour operation to remove the whopping three kilogram growth in May. But his family are...

 

Leeds is third venue for party brand

A new venue for dinner, drinks and dancing is hot footing it to Leeds later this year from over the Pennines. The Leeds chain of ‘Neighbourhood’ will be the third in the brand from Manchester based East Coast Concepts, which already has the New York...

 
Stan Lee pays tribute to his late wife Joan during Hollywood Boulevard handprint ceremony

Stan Lee pays tribute to his late wife Joan during Hollywood Boulevard handprint ceremony

Stan Lee was inducted into the Hollywood Walk Of Fame with a hand and footprint ceremony in Los Angeles and used the day to pay tribute to his beloved wife, Joan Lee. The Marvel legend, who created Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four and X-Men, paid...

Metro, 00:07 in Showbiz
 

Cillian Murphy reveals why he hates his Peaky Blinders haircut

Peaky Blinders star Cillian Murphy is no fan of the trademark haircut his character sports in the hit series. The actor, who has starred as Tommy Shelby since 2013, thinks it is "crazy" that people like the style. He told Shortlist Magazine:...

 

Viktoria Plzen 0-1 Watford: Stefano Okaka scores only goal to earn Marco Silva's side win in Austria

Stefano Okaka scored a late winner for Watford as they earned their first win of pre-season against Viktoria Plzen in Austria. The Italian striker converted Will Hughes scruffy ball across goal from close range with just 10 minutes left of the...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Sport
 
Grandmother power in Canada's global aid

Grandmother power in Canada's global aid

In Zimbabwe, thousands of depression sufferers are being helped by a network of grandmothers trained in talking therapies, who meet their patients on "Friendship Benches" outside health clinics. In poorly-resourced hospitals in East Africa...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Arsene Wenger prepared to let Alexis Sanchez go for free next summer: Sale ruled out

Arsene Wenger prepared to let Alexis Sanchez go for free next summer: Sale ruled out

Sanchez has one year left on his contract and, amid interest from Manchester City and Bayern Munich, was quoted on Saturday saying he had made a decision over his future and wanted Champions League football. Bayern Munich – the Gunners’ friendly...

 
The Open 2017: Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn urges Ian Poulter to regain his swagger

The Open 2017: Ryder Cup captain Thomas Bjorn urges Ian Poulter to regain his swagger

And that is just how Europe’s Ryder Cup skipper Thomas Bjorn likes it – because the two things confirm that the flamboyant Englishman is once again a force to be reckoned with. Dane Bjorn has a sneaky feeling that born-again Poulter could contend for...

 


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