News archive from 21 October 2013

Wilshere stunner was the finest team goal of the year and one of the greatest you'll ever see, but this...

It was the finest team goal of the season and one of the greatest you are likely to see. The wonder of Arsenal's football has often been used as a stick to beat them with. Not enough end product and certainly not enough trophies. So let us appreciate...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Wenger: Never count United out of the title race... but a little gap is appearing

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not about to write off Manchester United's Barclays Premier League title challenge just yet. The Gunners moved clear at the top of the table following their 4-1 victory over Norwich and are now some eight points ahead...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Girl, 8, mauled by two bulldogs

An eight-year-old girl is in hospital with serious facial injuries after being mauled by two bulldogs. A man and a woman have been charged under the Dangerous Dogs Act after the incident in Gartloch Road in Garthamlock, Glasgow, at about 5.10pm on...

 

Refinery workers hold protest rally

Hundreds of workers at the Grangemouth oil refinery have attended a rally at the plant as the dispute over the future of the site continues. Owners Ineos have written to the workers asking them to agree to changes to pensions and other terms and...

 

Business leaders' air links concern

Fewer than half of senior financial decision-makers are satisfied with UK air links to existing, traditional overseas markets and emerging overseas markets, according to a survey. And fewer than two in five have confidence that the solutions put...

 

Half of children see parents drunk

Almost half of 10 to 14-year-olds have seen their parents drunk, according to a new survey. Research from the industry-funded charity Drinkaware found 46% had seen their parents drunk, with 29% saying they had seen it on more than one occasion. The...

 

Business leaders' air links concern

Fewer than half of senior financial decision-makers are satisfied with UK air links to existing, traditional overseas markets and emerging overseas markets, according to a survey. And fewer than two in five have confidence that the solutions put...

 

Half of children see parents drunk

Almost half of 10 to 14-year-olds have seen their parents drunk, according to a new survey. Research from the industry-funded charity Drinkaware found 46% had seen their parents drunk, with 29% saying they had seen it on more than one occasion. The...

 
Robert Stanzione: The tech boss who says it is all about the staff

Robert Stanzione: The tech boss who says it is all about the staff

Robert Stanzione is the boss of one of the largest companies you have probably never heard of. Mr Stanzione is chief executive of fast-growing US technology group Arris. The company makes set-top boxes, and other pieces of hardware and software for...

BBC, 00:22 in Business
 

Ineos says not bluffing on closure of Scotland's Grangemouth refinery

"This is not a bluff. The clock is ticking," Ratcliffe said. Meanwhile the Unite union organised a protest outside the plant on Sunday, involving hundreds of workers, against the proposed changes, which include cuts in pension benefits. It...

Reuters, 00:27 in Business
 

Business leaders' air links concern

Fewer than half of senior financial decision-makers are satisfied with UK air links to existing, traditional overseas markets and emerging overseas markets, according to a survey. And fewer than two in five have confidence that the solutions put...

 

They're gr-EIGHT! Serena Williams in peak form as world No 1 heads eye-catching line up for season finale

World No 1 Serena Williams will face Agnieszka Radwanska, Petra Kvitova and Angelique Kerber in the group stages of the WTA Championships in Istanbul. The draw for the eight-woman end-of-season tournament saw defending champion Williams placed in the...

Daily Mail, 00:30 in Sport
 

Half of children see parents drunk

Almost half of 10 to 14-year-olds have seen their parents drunk, according to a new survey. Research from the industry-funded charity Drinkaware found 46% had seen their parents drunk, with 29% saying they had seen it on more than one occasion. The...

 

Strauss: Australia fear us now... I can see England winning Ashes series 3-1 again

For Andrew Strauss, Australia has meant the worst of times, followed by the best of times. In 2006-07, he was part of the Andrew Flintoff-led England team that suffered the first Ashes whitewash for 76 years. Four years later, he became only the...

Daily Mail, 00:30 in Sport
 

Business leaders' air links concern

Fewer than half of senior financial decision-makers are satisfied with UK air links to existing, traditional overseas markets and emerging overseas markets, according to a survey. And fewer than two in five have confidence that the solutions put...

 


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