News archive from 19 December 2017

John Terry has no regrets that Chelsea sold Kevin de Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Mohamed Salah

John Terry has no regrets that Chelsea sold Kevin de Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Mohamed Salah

Chelsea should have no regrets that they allowed Kevin de Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku and Mohamed Salah to leave the club, says John Terry. All three were on the books at Stamford Bridge but were sold on by the west London club. They are now considered...

Metro, 00:01 in Sport
 

John Terry admits Kevin De Bruyne rise has surprised him and admits it is hard for youngsters to flourish...

John Terry has revealed the incredible rise of Kevin De Bruyne has surprised him more than the similar ascents of Mohamed Salah and Romelu Lukaku following their failed spells at Chelsea. All three players failed to make an impact at Stamford Bridge...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 
Sarah Palin's son charged with domestic assault of father

Sarah Palin's son charged with domestic assault of father

The son of former Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin has been charged with assault and burglary after a confrontation with his father involving a firearm. Police say Track Palin allegedly broke into his parent's Alaska home through a...

BBC, 00:04 in World News
 
Arrests made after disorder outside nightclub

Arrests made after disorder outside nightclub

Police are appealing for witnesses following large scale disorder outside a nightclub in the early hours of Saturday morning. The incident happened outside TBC Nightclub on Bradford Road in Batley at around 2am on Saturday, October 15. Two people have...

 

Reckless director punished by court

A COMPANY director was sentenced to 100 hours' unpaid work after an employee was crushed to death on a building site. Norman Barry Ellis, of Quarry Road, Gomersal, had pleaded guilty to failing to ensure the safety of 25-year-old Andrew Bridges, of...

 
Paris Gourtsoyannis: Brexit risks being lost in translation

Paris Gourtsoyannis: Brexit risks being lost in translation

Tough negotiations – like those over Brexit – need understanding. It helps if you speak the language, writes Paris Gourtsoyannis. For decades, Brexiteers could only dream. The gleaming spires of ‘Global Britain’, a beacon for international trade,...

Scotsman, 00:07 in Politics
 
Arsenal legend Ian Wright SLAMS Alexis Sanchez: He should be more like Philippe Coutinho

Arsenal legend Ian Wright SLAMS Alexis Sanchez: He should be more like Philippe Coutinho

That’s according to Gunners legend Ian Wright. The Chilean forward is out of contract at the end of the season and Arsene Wenger may look to sell him when the transfer window opens to recoup some of his fee. Speculation surrounding his future...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

ASK THE DOCTOR: Will new pill to stop a clot save me from a stroke? DR MARTIN SCURR answers readers' health...

I have recently been prescribed Pradaxa to prevent clots and have been told there is a 3 per cent chance of me having a stroke. Is this a high risk? Lionel Jenkins, New Zealand. The drug that you have been prescribed, Pradaxa (generic name...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 
Sir Bruce Forsyth to be honoured with special TRIBUTE at Royal Variety Performance

Sir Bruce Forsyth to be honoured with special TRIBUTE at Royal Variety Performance

The late entertainer - who died in August at the age of 89 - had often been a part of the show. During this year's performance, attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, clips of Sir Bruce presenting and appearing on the Royal Variety Performance...

 

Brain implant could stop sexual predators by zapping them 'in their moment of weakness', study claims

A brain implant could stop sexual predators in their tracks by zapping them in their 'moment of weakness'. The device developed by Stanford University targets the nucleus accumbens brain region, which controls the survivalist urges for food and sex....

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

Premature babies may be three times more likely to develop ADHD, new research suggests

Babies who are born too soon or arrive weighing too little are about three times more likely to develop attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than full-term, healthy-sized infants, a research review suggests. Researchers examined data from...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

FDA to crack down on $3 billion homeopathy industry after scores of illnesses and even deaths linked to...

US health officials plan to crack down on homeopathy after a spate of alternative remedies have been linked to serious injury and death. The Food and Drug Administration issued a new proposal on Monday to regulate the $3 billion industry that has long...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

The Achilles tendon operation that will get you back on your feet faster: New technique uses muscle that...

Every year, surgeons in the UK repair 10,000 ruptured Achilles tendons. Gavin Thow, 33, a buying and production manager from South London, underwent a new technique with a speedier recovery time, as ADRIAN MONTI reports.  The Patient On the last...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

Your hero: We proudly present the winner of our competition to find Britain’s most inspiring health worker...

When we asked readers to nominate their unsung champions of the NHS, we were overwhelmed by moving stories about staff from all parts of the health service. Last week our five finalists received their awards from the Prime Minister at Downing Street —...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 

NOTHING cuts the risk of dementia: Study warns we have no idea what causes the disease despite a slew of...

There is no proven way to significantly lower your risk of dementia, researchers warn in the biggest investigation ever done on the disease. In the age of supplements, it may seem like there is a pill or wellness regime to fix everything.  But experts...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 


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