News archive from 21 November 2012

News Corp exposed to growing legal threat following charges for tabloid duo

News Corp exposed to growing legal threat following charges for tabloid duo

The charges complicate the rehabilitation of Rupert Murdoch's son James as a possible successor to lead News Corp. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The new round of criminal charges brought in the UK against former senior News International...

 

Benfica 2 Celtic 1: Hoops Euro future out of their hands after narrow defeat in Portugal

Celtic missed the opportunity to book their passage through to the Champions League knockout stages after losing 2-1 at Benfica on Tuesday night.Neil Lennon's side fell behind after just seven minutes through an Ola John strike but were back on level...

Daily Mail, 22:01 in Sport
 
Hewlett-Packard blames Autonomy 'improprieties' for $8.8bn writedown

Hewlett-Packard blames Autonomy 'improprieties' for $8.8bn writedown

'It would be kind of a big elephant to have missed', says Mike Lynch. Photograph: Matt LLoyd/Rex Features Hewlett-Packard has revealed it has taken an $8.8bn (£5.5bn) writedown after "serious accounting improprieties" were discovered at...

 
Chelsea's Champions League hopes in tatters after heavy defeat to Juventus

Chelsea's Champions League hopes in tatters after heavy defeat to Juventus

The reigning European champions needed to avoid defeat in the tie at the Juventus Stadium to ensure they would be able to seal their own destiny in the competition. But after defeat in Turin, they find themselves not only needing to beat Nordsjaelland...

Metro, 22:03 in Sport
 

McAlpine payments to go to charity

Lord McAlpine is donating compensation he receives from defamatory posts on Twitter to BBC Children in Need, it has been revealed. The Tory peer has asked those who linked him to child abuse allegations on the social networking site to apologise...

 
Blue Square Bet Premier: Braintree Town 1 Wrexham FC 5

Blue Square Bet Premier: Braintree Town 1 Wrexham FC 5

Wrexham FC won 5-1 at Braintree Town on Tuesday night to go level on points with Grimsby at the top of the Blue Square Bet Premier. Danny Wright scored twice for Wrexham FC, with Brett Ormerod, Nick Rushton and Adrian Cieslewicz also on target....

Daily Post, 22:06 in Sport
 

Champions League: Galatasaray 1 Manchester United 0

Manchester United got burned again on their return to "Hell" as Galatasaray ended their 100% record in Champions League Group H. Burak Yilmaz's second-half goal was enough to give the Turkish side a deserved victory and take them to the...

Daily Post, 22:06 in Sport
 
UNITED BEATEN IN ISTANBUL

UNITED BEATEN IN ISTANBUL

Manchester United got burned once more on their return to 'Hell' as Galatasaray ended their 100% record in Champions League Group H with a 1-0 victory over Sir Alex Ferguson's side. Burak Yilmaz's second-half goal was enough to give the Turkish side a...

Daily Star, 22:08 in Sport
 

Huge rise in disabled bay rogue parkers in Burnley and Padiham

By Peter Magill, Chief reporter THOUGHTLESS motorists have been slammed after a dramatic rise in the number of fines handed out to people illegally parking in disabled bays. Around 140 fixed penalty notices have already been issued in the first six...

 

Chamber reveals £100,000 plans to boost town centre fortunes

Business leaders in Spalding are finalising details of a £100,000 scheme to make the town centre more attractive to shoppers. Ideas including a five-day craft market, permanent floral display, improved signage and the possibility of an updated CCTV...

 

Huge rise in disabled bay rogue parkers in Burnley and Padiham

By Peter Magill, Chief reporter THOUGHTLESS motorists have been slammed after a dramatic rise in the number of fines handed out to people illegally parking in disabled bays. Around 140 fixed penalty notices have already been issued in the first six...

 

Controversy! Shakhtar striker Luiz Adriano accused over unsporting goal in Norway

Chelsea's Champions League group was enveloped in controversy on Tuesday night after Shakhtar Donetsk striker Luiz Adriano scored what could best be described as unsporting goal in the Ukrainian's win at FC Nordsjaelland. After the referee stopped the...

Daily Mail, 22:12 in Sport
 

Huge rise in disabled bay rogue parkers in Burnley and Padiham

By Peter Magill, Chief reporter THOUGHTLESS motorists have been slammed after a dramatic rise in the number of fines handed out to people illegally parking in disabled bays. Around 140 fixed penalty notices have already been issued in the first six...

 

Con-Dems keep 'Kafka' trial legal advice a secret

The government refused to release legal advice on its controversial attempt to force through legislation on secret courts today. Legal action charity Reprieve made the Freedom of Information request after the Equality and Human Rights Commission...

 

McDonnell introduces MP job share Bill

Two people should be allowed to fill the same parliamentary seat as a job share, left MP John McDonnell urged today. Mr McDonnell presented a Bill which would enable disabled people or carers to go to Parliament as MPs jointly representing the same...

 


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