News archive from 21 May 2015

Raheem Sterling transfer: Manchester United 'make enquiry over want-away Liverpool star'

Raheem Sterling transfer: Manchester United 'make enquiry over want-away Liverpool star'

Manchester United have become the latest club linked with want-away Liverpool star Raheem Sterling with the Reds understood to have made a sensational inquiry for the England star. City, Chelsea and Arsenal have already been linked with Sterling who...

 
Victims of disability hate crime 'being let down'

Victims of disability hate crime 'being let down'

Victims of disability hate crime are still being let down by the system, a report has concluded. The Criminal Justice Inspectorate said police, prosecutors, and probation services had failed to bring about much-needed change over the past two years....

BBC, 00:02 in Regional
 

Card and automated payments overtake cash transactions for the first time

Cash was overtaken by other payment methods for the first time last year, according to figures – but it remains king with consumers, despite innovations that make it easier to pay online and by card. The Payments Council said businesses, consumers and...

Guardian, 00:03 in Business
 

Moderately cold weather 'more deadly than heatwaves or extreme cold'

Heatwaves are not as deadly as has been assumed, according to research that suggests prolonged exposure to moderately cold temperatures kills more people than scorching or freezing spells. The study of deaths in 13 countries, published in the Lancet...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 

David Cameron 'must drop obsession' with seven-day access to GPs

David Cameron should abandon his “surreal obsession” with patients being able to see a GP until 8pm every night because there are too few family doctors to deliver his pledge, a prominent GP trade union leader is warning. Dr Chaand Nagpaul urged the...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 
Saints snubbed at Premiership Rugby’s end-of-season awards

Saints snubbed at Premiership Rugby’s end-of-season awards

Saints were snubbed at Aviva Premiership Rugby's end-of-season awards dinner on Wednesday night, with not a single player making the team of the year. To add to that, the current champions and regular-season table-toppers also saw director of rugby...

 
Darley Dale loses Post Office

Darley Dale loses Post Office

A town is to lose one of Derbyshire's last remaining traditional post offices. The privately-run office on Dale Road North, Darley Dale, now displays a sign saying it will be closed from July 9, after its owner fought a long battle to keep a post...

 
Deutsche Bank faces shareholder showdown

Deutsche Bank faces shareholder showdown

Deutsche Bank faces a potential stormy annual shareholder meeting on Thursday with calls for a management overhaul. UK-based Hermes Equity Ownership Services intends to declare a no-confidence vote in the board of the German banking giant. Shareholder...

BBC, 00:08 in World News
 

Strictly Come Dancing 2015: Dancer Kevin Clifton wants Judy Finnigan to be his partner

From former X Factor presenter Dermot O'Leary to Sharon Osbourne and Robbie Williams' wife Ayda Field to ex-Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls, there have been a number of names bandied about recently. Now two of the show's professional dancers have revealed...

 
Cashless payments overtake the use of notes and coins

Cashless payments overtake the use of notes and coins

Cashless payments have overtaken the use of notes and coins for the first time, according to the industry body. The Payments Council said the use of cash by consumers, businesses and financial organisations fell to 48% of payments last year. The...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
The rising popularity of pet crematoriums and cemeteries

The rising popularity of pet crematoriums and cemeteries

When Penny Lally passes away she is is going to be buried between her late husband... and her favourite horse. The 71-year-old will join John Lally and her beloved old pony Super Sam in a picturesque woodland spot in Cornwall, south west England. Also...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 

Radio 1 loses nearly 1m listeners as Nick Grimshaw hits 12-year breakfast low

Radio 1’s audience has dropped to its lowest level for more than a decade, with a record low for its breakfast presenter, Nick Grimshaw. The station had an average of 9.7 million listeners a week in the first three months of this year, its lowest...

 
Appoint Dick Advocaat now, says Sunderland legend Niall Quinn

Appoint Dick Advocaat now, says Sunderland legend Niall Quinn

SUNDERLAND legend Niall Quinn has called on the club to keep manager Dick Advocaat. Quinn, a former player, manager and chairman at Sunderland, says the goalless draw at Arsenal - a result which sealed their top flight status - shows why they must do...

 
Doctors hit out at plans for seven-day GP surgeries

Doctors hit out at plans for seven-day GP surgeries

David Cameron needs to "get real" and ditch his "surreal obsession" with opening GP surgeries seven days a week, the British Medical Association says. The trade union's Dr Chaand Nagpaul said GP services were already at breaking...

BBC, 00:15 in World News
 
ScotRail strike: Only handful of services will run

ScotRail strike: Only handful of services will run

A NATIONAL rail strike will have a severe impact on travellers in Scotland, with ScotRail bosses warning that if the action goes ahead next week it will only run a "handful of services". ScotRail will run a greatly reduced service on Monday...

Scotsman, 00:15 in Politics
 


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