News archive from 21 January 2014

Sherwood gives England Les Bleus after backing Bentaleb to make France World Cup squad

Tim Sherwood reckons Nabil Bentaleb could be called up to France's World Cup squad, thus dashing any hope of seeing the talented Tottenham midfielder turn out for England. Sherwood took many by surprise when he handed Bentaleb his Tottenham debut last...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 

JOANNA ROWSELL: Even as a professional athlete I still enjoy a good cake... skinny girls in magazines send...

Happy New Year everyone! 2014 is looking to be a big year for me with lots of competitions coming up. As a track cyclist our racing season takes place over the winter so having competed in two rounds of the World Cup series before Christmas (and come...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Doncaster FARRRS project right on track

Doncaster FARRRS project right on track

Work on one of the biggest transformational projects in Doncaster's history is progressing on time and according to schedule. Following the start of work on the Finningley and Rossington Regeneration Scheme (FARRRS) in October, contractors Carillion...

 
Civil war hits Lib Dems as Lord Rennard suspended

Civil war hits Lib Dems as Lord Rennard suspended

CIVIL war broke out in the Liberal Democrats last night as its former chief executive Lord Rennard threatened legal action over a decision to suspend him from the party. In what is turning into a crisis for Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg’s...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Mothers worth less than men to firms - Nigel Farage

Mothers worth less than men to firms - Nigel Farage

Mothers are worth less to City firms than men, Ukip leader Nigel Farage claimed yesterday - but women prepared to sacrifice family life can do as well as male colleagues, if not better. Mr Farage, who worked in a brokerage firm for nearly 20 years,...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Mark Duggan: Met failed to review tactics

Mark Duggan: Met failed to review tactics

The Metropolitan Police has admitted it was wrong not to review its use of "hard stop" tactics employed in the shooting of Mark Duggan in 2011, despite being advised to do so by the complaints watchdog. The Independent Police Complaints...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Katherine Jenkins: Pop stars should know boundaries

Katherine Jenkins: Pop stars should know boundaries

CLASSICAL chart star Katherine Jenkins has warned up-and-coming female artists to know their boundaries and think hard about creating raunchy videos and images which might come back to haunt them. The singer – celebrating a decade in the music...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Hacking: Lesbian DVD cases in bags at Brooks home

Hacking: Lesbian DVD cases in bags at Brooks home

A conker, DVD cases with titles such as Instant Lesbian and Bride of Sin, homeopathic medicine and a 50p piece were among the assorted items found in bags stashed in the car park of Rebekah and Charles Brooks's London home, the hacking trial heard...

Scotsman, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Alford Corn Exchange handed over to local community group

Alford Corn Exchange handed over to local community group

East Lindsey District Councillors approved the handing over of Alford's Corn Exchange to the Alford Corn Exchange Community Group (ACECG) last week. Executive Board members approved the freehold transfer of the building to the ACECG for the sum of...

 
Rosetta spacecraft begins work after two-year sleep

Rosetta spacecraft begins work after two-year sleep

ROSETTA has phoned home. A spacecraft which has been in a deep space "sleep" 500 million miles from Earth has been successfully re-activated by the European Space Agency. The craft, whose mission is to land on a speeding comet,...

 
Ukraine: Kiev agrees to talks with protesters

Ukraine: Kiev agrees to talks with protesters

Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich has appointed a top aide to organise peace talks with the opposition after violent clashes between police and protesters in Kiev. Mr Yanukovich, facing unrest which seriously threatens his re-election chances in...

 
EU to send troops as CAR president pleads for peace

EU to send troops as CAR president pleads for peace

European Union foreign ministers took a first step towards deploying troops to the Central African Republic yesterday as the mayor of the capital was chosen to lead the nation out of chaos. At meetings in Brussels, international donors also pledged a...

 
Sanctions eased after Iran curbs nuclear programme

Sanctions eased after Iran curbs nuclear programme

Iran has unplugged banks of centrifuges involved in its most sensitive uranium enrichment work, prompting the United States and European Union to partially lift economic sanctions. It puts into effect a landmark deal aimed at easing concerns over...

 
Brick & Stone deal paves way for expansion

Brick & Stone deal paves way for expansion

A MATERIALS supplier that has provided cobbles for Edinburgh Castle and granite for Sumburgh lighthouse on Shetland has secured a £275,000 financing deal from Lloyds Banking Group to help it capitalise on the up-turn in the construction industry....

Scotsman, 00:10 in Business
 
Morrisons treasurer quizzed over insider trading

Morrisons treasurer quizzed over insider trading

A SENIOR Morrisons employee has been arrested over allegations of insider trading in relation to the launch of its online grocery operation with Ocado. Paul Coyle, group treasurer and head of tax at the Bradford-based supermarket, was held last month...

Scotsman, 00:10 in Business
 


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