News archive from 21 January 2015

UK politicians must beware of ‘familiar antisemitic’ attacks, Labour warns

UK politicians must beware of ‘familiar antisemitic’ attacks, Labour warns

Britain’s political leaders need to be prepared to police the boundaries between legitimate criticism of the Israeli government and “familiar antisemitic attacks” in the runup to the general election, the shadow foreign secretary, Douglas Alexander,...

Guardian, 00:03 in Politics
 
Labour blames coalition cuts for huge increase in A&E patient numbers

Labour blames coalition cuts for huge increase in A&E patient numbers

The number of extra people seeking accident and emergency care has increased almost 10-fold under the coalition because the government has made major mistakes with the NHS, Labour has said. The party will revealon Wednesday that a House of Commons...

Guardian, 00:03 in Politics
 
Health minister calls for party unity on NHS

Health minister calls for party unity on NHS

The Liberal Democrat health minister, Norman Lamb, has appealed for an end to party political conflict over the future of the NHS, warning that the health service will “break up” in the next parliament unless the necessary “big decisions” are taken....

Guardian, 00:03 in Politics
 
Unilever’s weak results show it’s a low growth, low inflation world

Unilever’s weak results show it’s a low growth, low inflation world

Unilever, as chief executive Paul Polman noted with satisfaction, gets its full-year results out smartly these days. To see the full 2014 figures on the 20th day of January is impressive for a combine that spans the globe. Unfortunately, the numbers...

Guardian, 00:04 in Business
 
Inverness CT 2 St Johnstone 0: Billy Mckay and Marley Watkins on target as Caley ease to comfortable victory

Inverness CT 2 St Johnstone 0: Billy Mckay and Marley Watkins on target as Caley ease to comfortable victory

PAY what you can proved a roaring success – and so was the team the newbies came to watch. A breathlessly entertaining, silky and dominant Caley Thistle leapt into third place above Dundee United, turning on the style for the punters who could choose...

 
Paul Murray tells Mike Ashley: Rangers fans will NEVER trust you.. so get out of our club

Paul Murray tells Mike Ashley: Rangers fans will NEVER trust you.. so get out of our club

PAUL Murray has waded into the war for control of Rangers and insisted Mike Ashley will never win the trust of Rangers fans. Former director Murray broke cover for the first time since it was revealed on Friday that Dave King wants him reappointed to...

 
R&D key to success, especially in the oil business

R&D key to success, especially in the oil business

Research and Development (R&D) is vital for Scottish SMEs to sustain success and reap rewards, whilst encouraging staff to develop their full potential. A passion for ingenuity means you touch Scottish inventions in all walks of life. But there is...

 

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho takes swipe at Liverpool for letting Steven Gerrard leave 

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho appeared to take a dig at Liverpool for letting Steven Gerrard leave when his contract expires.  The Reds stalwart will join MLS outfit LA Galaxy in the summer, bringing the curtain down on 17 years at Anfield. Gerrard...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Liverpool finally showed same relentless rhythm of last season against Chelsea... the Reds deserved victory...

LIVERPOOL 1-1 CHELSEA  CLICK HERE to read Martin Samuel's match report from Anfield.  For half an hour here on Tuesday night we saw the embodiment of the vision Brendan Rodgers talked about when he arrived at Anfield two-and-a-half seasons ago....

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
£3million bill for motorists straying into Leeds bus lanes

£3million bill for motorists straying into Leeds bus lanes

Bus lane cameras across Leeds have cost tens of thousands of Leeds motorists almost £3million in tickets over the past two years. The city’s most profitable camera clocked more than 25,000 drivers driving on the bus lane, in Boar Lane, Leeds city...

 

EXCLUSIVE: BBC have not done enough to keep The Open away from clutches of Sky... legendary commentator...

The BBC’s voice of golf Peter Alliss has spoken of his ‘great sadness’ at the prospect of the corporation losing live coverage of The Open Championship to Sky. ‘I’m just glad I am 83 not 35 and reliant on working for the BBC’s sports department,...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
Leeds pensioner jailed after 50 years of flashing at woman

Leeds pensioner jailed after 50 years of flashing at woman

A PENSIONER has been jailed for flashing after a court heard he has been committing the offence for almost 50 years. Graham Marsden, 72, was given a 12-month sentence for his latest offence in Leeds city centre in which he targeted a woman at a bus...

 

Radamel Falcao would've been sent packing by Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson... he'd have kept...

Janie Tinklenberg, a youth group leader from Holland in Michigan, used to begin her bible classes by asking her students a question. It was taken from a collection of sermons published in 1896 entitled In His Steps. ‘What,’ Tinklenberg asked, ‘would...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Paula Radcliffe: I'm still accused of cheating to break world marathon record 

Paula Radcliffe has revealed her heartache at people challenging the legitimacy of her world marathon record. Her time of 2hrs 15mins and 25secs has stood since 2003, but the spectre of doping means even clean athletes are suspected of drug taking,...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 

Emre Can has been found wanting against top-class players! Jamie Carragher takes a swipe at Liverpool...

Jamie Carragher has criticised Liverpool's Emre Can for his sloppy display in Tuesday night's Capital One Cup draw against Chelsea. The German midfielder has been used as a makeshift defender in recent weeks, but bundled Eden Hazard to the ground in...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 


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