News archive from 20 September 2013

'Drug mule' pair face lengthy terms

The prosecutor overseeing the case of two UK women arrested last month trying to fly to Spain with 24lb of cocaine says each faces at least six years and eight months in prison with no eligibility for parole if they plead guilty. Prosecutor Juan...

 

US bank fined £572m over scandal

US investment bank JP Morgan Chase has been fined 920 million US dollars (£572 million) by regulators for "serious failings" over the London Whale trading scandal. The high-risk trading scandal last year triggered 6.2 billion US dollars...

 

Rainbow row: Premier League clubs refuse to wear bootlaces for gay campaign

Leading Barclays Premier League clubs are furious at attempts to make their players wear coloured bootlaces this weekend to raise awareness of homophobia in football. Betting company Paddy Power and gay-rights charity Stonewall have been branded...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Carroll must decide if he wants to fly to America for treatment on foot injury

Andy Carroll will decide on Friday whether to fly to the United States for treatment on his injured foot. The England striker, back in Britain for West Ham's team photo, has already visited Belgium and Holland for expert advice since being hurt in...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Mourinho's crisis talks with squad after Blues slump to successive defeats

Jose Mourinho demanded immediate improvements from his shell-shocked Chelsea players during a meeting with the entire squad at their Cobham training centre. The manager called his players together following Wednesday's Champions League defeat against...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Eto'o, Torres and Ba haven't scored and it's Chelsea's worst start in the Abramovich era: So, after shock...

Losing 2-1 at home to Basle was a dreadful way for Chelsea to start their European campaign. Suddenly, good judges are questioning Jose Mourinho, who in turn questions the maturity and "personality' of his players. "Individually we didn't...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
iPhone shortages frustrate networks on launch day

iPhone shortages frustrate networks on launch day

Short supply of the latest Apple iPhone has left mobile networks "frustrated" and "concerned", the BBC has learned. Several networks said that stock of the latest premium model - the 5S - was severely limited, and would likely...

BBC, 00:08 in Business
 

Emails reveal Blair-Brown plotting

Emails showing how Tony Blair's aides sought to counter what they viewed as Gordon Brown's coup to secure power at Number 10 have emerged. The messages detail how Mr Blair's core team tried to avoid declaring when he would step down as prime minister,...

 

Kate McCann 'had suicidal thoughts'

The mother of missing Madeleine McCann had suicidal thoughts after a Portuguese police chief claimed she had covered up her daughter's death, a libel trial reportedly heard. Psychologist Alan Pike gave evidence about the distress Kate McCann suffered...

 

'Drug mule' pair face lengthy terms

The prosecutor overseeing the case of two UK women arrested last month trying to fly to Spain with 24lb of cocaine says each faces at least six years and eight months in prison with no eligibility for parole if they plead guilty. Prosecutor Juan...

 

US bank fined £572m over scandal

US investment bank JP Morgan Chase has been fined 920 million US dollars (£572 million) by regulators for "serious failings" over the London Whale trading scandal. The high-risk trading scandal last year triggered 6.2 billion US dollars...

 
Rents in the private sector are close to a record high

Rents in the private sector are close to a record high

Average monthly rents for England and Wales are just £1 behind their all-time high, according to a report. The buy-to-let index, produced by LSL Property Services, shows average rents rose to £743 in August - a monthly rise of 0.7%. The record high of...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
Spyker hopes new car will spark revival

Spyker hopes new car will spark revival

When Dutch sports car manufacturer Spyker unveiled its latest model at the Quail Motorsports Gathering in LA's Pebble Beach last month it was about more than just a car. Continue reading the main story A five-part series on TV and online Follow five...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
Raghuram Rajan: India's 'rock star' central banker

Raghuram Rajan: India's 'rock star' central banker

The new head of the Reserve Bank of India has been in the job for just a couple of weeks, but already Raghuram Rajan's looks have been talked about as much as his economic ideology. He's been hailed in the press as some kind of good-looking guru, a...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 

Kate McCann 'had suicidal thoughts'

The mother of missing Madeleine McCann had suicidal thoughts after a Portuguese police chief claimed she had covered up her daughter's death, a libel trial reportedly heard. Psychologist Alan Pike gave evidence about the distress Kate McCann suffered...

 


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