News archive from 21 February 2017

Sikh temple to remove screens which 'separated disabled worshippers'

Sikh temple to remove screens which 'separated disabled worshippers'

Screens which separated disabled people from other worshippers at a Midlands gurdwara are set to be torn down. Five people with disabilities alleged they were cut off from the main prayer hall at the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in Sedgley Street,...

 

Chelsea helping Leonid Slutsky find a job as former CSKA Moscow and Russia boss watches English football

Chelsea are helping former Russia and CSKA Moscow manager Leonid Slutsky as the compatriot of Roman Abramovich searches for a first job outside of his homeland. Slutsky, who is currently out of work, has attended several games this season as a guest...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

The tirade of abuse faced by female MPs

Has the tide of online vilification aimed at female MPs now reached the point where it is putting women off entering the world of politics? Chris Bond reports. It was supposed to usher in the start of a new era. Following the 2015 General Election...

 

How Yorkshire’s ‘nan nurseries’ save families millions

An army of grandparents looking after their grandchildren is saving parents more than £16bn a year in formal childcare costs, a report has found. In Yorkshire, it has emerged that nearly three-quarters of families rely on “nan nurseries”, with...

 
Arsene Wenger hits back over accusations of risking Alexis Sanchez vs Sutton United

Arsene Wenger hits back over accusations of risking Alexis Sanchez vs Sutton United

Arsene Wenger has hit back after being accused of needlessly risking Alexis Sanchez in Arsenal’s victory over Sutton United in the FA Cup. Wenger opted to bring the Chilean on as a second-half substitute with just 16 minutes remaining, despite the...

Metro, 00:03 in Sport
 

Could blood pressure drugs revolutionise MALE contraception? We reveal 6 recent advances set to transform...

The arrival of the oral contraceptive Pill in the Sixties revolutionised birth control, but it could soon be a thing of the past as scientists move closer to developing high-tech versions of contraception for both sexes. As the Mail reported recently,...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 

'He was on death's door': US teen, 15, who survived cancer makes incredible recovery after rare and risky...

A 15-year-old boy is making an astonishing recovery after being the only person in America to undergo a heart-lung transplant last year. Spencer Kolman, from Chicago, Illinois, was 'at death's door', according to his doctors, after waiting three years...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 

Secrets of an A-list body: We reveal how YOU can get Nicole Kidman's toned calves 

How to get the enviable physiques of the stars.  This week: Nicole Kidman’s calves She turns 50 this year, but at a recent Oscars nominees lunch, Nicole Kidman showed off calves that defied her years. ‘I run, ride my bike, do yoga, whatever I can do...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Health
 

Theo Walcott scores his 100th Arsenal goal against Suttton in the FA Cup... becoming the 18th Gunner to...

At Gander Green Lane in front of a capacity 5,013 crowd, Theo Walcott had a night to remember against National League side Sutton as he scored his 100th goal for Arsenal. The Arsenal forward poked home Arsenal's second goal of the game from close...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 

Ryan Giggs content to put coaching career on hold as Manchester United legend waits for right challenge

Manchester United great Ryan Giggs has no qualms about extending his coaching break beyond the summer unless the right challenge crops up. After 29 seasons at Old Trafford as player and assistant manager, the 43-year-old moved onto pastures new in the...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Sport
 
Apps that tell you to walk 10,000 steps a day could be doing more harm than good

Apps that tell you to walk 10,000 steps a day could be doing more harm than good

Step counter apps could be doing harm by driving people to chase over-ambitious goals, a leading computer scientist has claimed. Dr Greg Hager, from Johns Hopkins University in the US, maintains ‘very few’ of the estimated 165,000 available healthcare...

Metro, 00:08 in Hot News
 
Broadchurch season 3: David Tennant reveals filming new series drove him ‘MAD’

Broadchurch season 3: David Tennant reveals filming new series drove him ‘MAD’

David will return as DI Alec Hardy for the final series of the police drama next week. The 45-year-old actor said in an interview with the Radio Times that the secrecy surrounding the plot was tiring for all the cast. He commented: ”Everyone found it...

 
Mary Berry REFUSED to meet Channel 4 about Bake Off but still 'STANDS BY' Paul Hollywood

Mary Berry REFUSED to meet Channel 4 about Bake Off but still 'STANDS BY' Paul Hollywood

It wasn't long before she declared her loyalty was with the BBC while her fellow judge Paul Hollywood signed a deal to stay in the infamous baking tent, but it doesn't appear to have impacted on their friendship. It seems Mary never even thought about...

 
Hollyoaks spoiler: Esther Bloom locked up by Diego after she uncovers his shocking secret

Hollyoaks spoiler: Esther Bloom locked up by Diego after she uncovers his shocking secret

As fans will know, Frankie Osborne (played by Helen Pearson) is desperate to tell her friends and family about her new relationship with Diego (Juan Pablo Yepez).  However, he warns her that they should play the long game and keep their romance a...

 
Prime Suspect 1973 star says her Jane Tennison will NOT be like Dame Helen Mirren

Prime Suspect 1973 star says her Jane Tennison will NOT be like Dame Helen Mirren

The 26-year-old star revealed that she even turned off Prime Suspect after binge-watching the Nineties police procedural featuring Oscar winner Dame Helen, 71.  “My biggest fear was doing an impression of Helen Mirren,” she told the Radio Times in a...

 


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