News archive from 19 November 2013

Prove you're up to it! Hodgson's side must pass huge Germany test after being crushed when the sides last met

Translated from Dutch, Bloemfontein means fountain of flowers and yet for English football it will forever be associated with a very different kind of shower; one that did not smell of roses. It was a 4-1 thrashing in 2010 which left Fabio Capello to...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

A hip op that's strictly for the young at heart: Craig Revel Horwood on how a new joint like his could keep...

Craig Revel Horwood was on stage last Christmas in full drag, including 6in stilettos, as a panto dame, when he suddenly felt his hip give way. 'I was playing the Wicked Queen in Snow White and in one scene I had to be lifted into the air by two men...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 

A hip op that's strictly for the young at heart: Craig Revel Horwood on how a new joint like his could keep...

Craig Revel Horwood was on stage last Christmas in full drag, including 6in stilettos, as a panto dame, when he suddenly felt his hip give way. 'I was playing the Wicked Queen in Snow White and in one scene I had to be lifted into the air by two men...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Health
 
LeBron James And David Beckham 'In Miami Talks'

LeBron James And David Beckham 'In Miami Talks'

Basketball star LeBron James has confirmed he has held talks with David Beckham about bringing a soccer team to Miami. James confirmed he could partner with the former England captain, who has the option to buy an MLS franchise for $25m and has...

 
Hunt orders hospitals to publish ward staffing levels every month

Hunt orders hospitals to publish ward staffing levels every month

Jeremy Hunt regards fixed staff ratios as a mistake because he believes 'Labour's target culture' led to failures at institutions such as Mid Staffs. Photograph: Neil Hall/PA Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary, will on Tuesday introduce monthly...

Guardian, 00:10 in Health
 
Npower tops energy companies' complaints league

Npower tops energy companies' complaints league

Npower's performance has been branded as "unacceptable" by a watchdog after it topped a complaints list among the major energy firms. The company recorded 202 complaints per 100,000 customers in April to June - five times more than the best...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Dubai Air Show: Are we facing a pilot shortage?

Dubai Air Show: Are we facing a pilot shortage?

The growth plans of the Gulf airlines continue to amaze and surprise - but Etihad and Emirates are not the only carriers ordering new aircraft at the Dubai Air Show. Airlines from the Asia-Pacific region have their own expansion ambitions. The order...

BBC, 00:12 in Business
 
Doctor Who's 50th anniversary stirs up old battle

Doctor Who's 50th anniversary stirs up old battle

Matt Smith and David Tennant in Day of the Doctor, the special edition to mark the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. Photograph: Adrian Rogers/BBC It will be one of the most celebrated landmarks in the BBC's history. Yet with just four days to go until...

Guardian, 00:13 in Showbiz
 

Out of tragedy comes hope: Mayweather v Pacquiao could be revived to raise $200m for Philippines in biggest...

The desperate fragility of the Philippines in the face of nature's most destructive forces is not only inspiring the biggest aid effort in human history but reviving the flickering hope that Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather could yet meet in the...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 
Why 50 is the magic number for job-hunting

Why 50 is the magic number for job-hunting

"It's not what you know but who you know," is an old saying about job-hunting. In the world of social networks we "know" more people than ever and we can be connected to the people they know as well, making it easier to find work...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
Why IT failures at big companies are unlikely to go away

Why IT failures at big companies are unlikely to go away

Business deals that have to be aborted, staff who don't receive their wages, invoices that don't get paid on time - companies can face potentially catastrophic disruption when their banks suffer computer system failures. Yet these interruptions are...

BBC, 00:22 in Business
 

U.S. appeals court revives Apple bid for Samsung injunction

Apple, which makes iPhones and iPads, has been incensed by what it considers knockoffs of its devices by Android, many of which are made by Samsung. The two companies have been in a long-running and global battle over patent infringement. The U.S....

 
YouTube triggers comments debate as it alters policy

YouTube triggers comments debate as it alters policy

How much weight should you give to a stranger's opinion? If you ask YouTube, the answer is: not much. The video sharing website has made changes to the way users can comment on clips. Google, which owns the website, now requires them to sign up to its...

BBC, 00:32 in Business
 

Brackley Town 1 Gillingham 0: Walker's winner dumps out League One side as minnows march on

Glenn Walker scored the only goal of the game for Brackley Town as the Conference North side reached the second round of the FA Cup for the first time ever by upsetting Gillingham. They rode their luck in Monday night's first round replay and were...

Daily Mail, 00:33 in Sport
 

Why George Groves will be the loneliest man in the ring when he fights Carl Froch

The roped scaffold. The platform of punishment. The pain factory. The boxing ring has inspired many an intimidating description down the centuries but perhaps the most evocative is this: The loneliest place in sport. And no prize-fighter in the modern...

Daily Mail, 00:33 in Sport
 


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