News archive from 21 September 2015

Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood gives his thoughts on Libor Kozak as Villa's strikers remain goal-shy

Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood gives his thoughts on Libor Kozak as Villa's strikers remain goal-shy

Libor Kozak is still way down the pecking order despite Aston Villa’s strikers bagging just one goal between them this season. Boss Tim Sherwood confirmed that he favours Rudy Gestede, Gabby Agbonlahor, Jordan Ayew and makeshift forward Scott Sinclair...

 

Dementia crisis: One in three people born this year ‘will get the cruel disease’

The incurable illness will blight almost every family within a generation - but a new campaign will urge people to beat it through healthier lifestyles. Disturbing figures reveal the number of people living with dementia will rocket as the population...

 

Daniel Craig stars in Heineken campaign ahead of new James Bond film

Heineken has paired Daniel Craig with a female side-kick in its new $100m (£64m) global ad campaign ahead of the next James Bond film Spectre, a timely coincidence weeks after the 007 actor labelled the spy a “sexist misogynist”. For almost 20 years...

Guardian, 00:03 in Business
 

Nuclear plant project a step closer as Osborne makes £2bn guarantee

George Osborne has underlined his determination to get the government’s nuclear energy programme moving by providing a £2bn government guarantee for the delayed Hinkley Point power plant project. The initial backing from the government would pave the...

Guardian, 00:03 in Business
 

Emma Donovan calls on Australia to save its remote Indigenous communities

If you were to chart the singer-songwriter Emma Donovan’s story on a map you would quickly cover large swaths of Australia. Her father’s side of the family belong to the Naaguja and Yamatji people of Western Australia, her mother a...

 

British motorists spend £523bn on cars

The research, undertaken by insurance company Admiral MultiCar, has identified how much UK motorists now spend on their cars, with a particular focus on how car owners in different regions around the country spend their money on vehicles. Across the...

 

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal praises £36m man Anthony Martial for perfect start

Martial, 19, showed why he cost £36million with two ice-cool finishes as United beat Southampton to move second in the Premier League. "He is doing great - three matches in a row and three goals," said Van Gaal. "He has the talent for...

 

Vote to leave EU means Scotland will leave UK – Nick Clegg

If Britain votes to leave the European Union in the upcoming referendum it would risk breaking up the United Kingdom, according to Nick Clegg, the former deputy prime minister, . Related: Vince Cable warns Lib Dems that fight to stay in EU will be...

Guardian, 00:08 in Politics
 

Liverpool 1 - Norwich 1: Martin equalises to mount further pressure on Kop boss at Anfield

Where Brendan Rodgers could once count on these same opponents being routinely swatted aside, usually courtesy of a Luis Suarez hat-trick amid his team's slick and incisive approach, here the visitors were spared a spanking, allowed to clamber off the...

 
The college dropout who cooks for the stars

The college dropout who cooks for the stars

Image copyright Eat Good Food Group Cathal Armstrong was 19 when he opened his first restaurant with his father in Dublin. "It was a disaster from the beginning," he recalls. "We never had a business licence, we never had a health...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
Obama 'heartbroken' as White House employee killed

Obama 'heartbroken' as White House employee killed

Image copyright Getty Images US President Barack Obama has said he is "heartbroken" after a senior White House employee was killed on a charity bike ride. Jake Brewer, 34, died while taking part in the 150-mile Ride to Conquer Cancer event...

BBC, 00:12 in World News
 
UK guarantees nuclear plant deal as China investment announced

UK guarantees nuclear plant deal as China investment announced

Image copyright EDF Energy China will invest in the Hinkley Point nuclear plant in Somerset, Chancellor George Osborne has announced, saying the UK will guarantee the £2bn deal. Mr Osborne, who is on a five-day tour of China, said the deal would pave...

BBC, 00:12 in World News
 
Care of vulnerable people 'put in danger'

Care of vulnerable people 'put in danger'

Image copyright SPL The dignity, heath and wellbeing of older people and those with disabilities in England are in danger, health and care groups warn. In a joint submission to the Treasury ahead of November's Spending Review, 20 organisations said...

BBC, 00:12 in Regional
 
Nick Clegg: EU exit will lead to indyref 2

Nick Clegg: EU exit will lead to indyref 2

A vote to leave the European Union would trigger a fresh referendum on Scottish independence and risk tearing the UK apart, Nick Clegg will warn today. The former deputy prime minister will return to frontline politics with a speech at the Liberal...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Hot News
 
Nick Clegg to warn EU exit could tear UK apart

Nick Clegg to warn EU exit could tear UK apart

Image copyright Getty Images Nick Clegg is due to warn the Lib Dem conference that a vote to leave the EU could tear the United Kingdom apart. The former deputy prime minister claims an exit vote would trigger a second Scottish independence...

BBC, 00:12 in Regional
 


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