News archive from 21 November 2014

Arsenal's injury reprieve! Arsene Wenger reveals Olivier Giroud is available for selection

The France striker has recovered quicker than expected from a fractured leg suffered when challenging for the ball in the closing stages of the 2-2 draw against Everton on August 23. Wenger revealed Giroud could even be involved against Manchester...

 

Man Utd struggle to overcome injury CURSE as Falcao and Blind suffer setbacks

Not only have all six of his summer signings have had spells on the treatment table but such has been the length of the casualty list at Carrington that it is easier to name the players who have not been injured than the ones who have. Just as van...

 

EXCLUSIVE: Nathan Cleverly sets sights PAST Tony Bellew ahead of Liverpool showdown

Former WBO world light-heavyweight champion Cleverly is still smarting over the loss of his global crown last year to Sergey Kovalev and badly wants to return to the elite level. Cleverly held the WBO belt for two-and-a-half years and is convinced...

 
Young women diagnosed with breast cancer not getting fertility advice

Young women diagnosed with breast cancer not getting fertility advice

Nine out of 10 younger women diagnosed with breast cancer are not referred to a fertility clinic to discuss the possibility of freezing eggs or embryos ahead of treatment, according to research. Chemotherapy can stop women’s ovaries from working,...

Guardian, 00:02 in Health
 
Dyson founder ploughs £1.5bn into product invention and new campus

Dyson founder ploughs £1.5bn into product invention and new campus

Sir James Dyson is to invest a further £1.5bn into research and development to create future products, including funding for a campus at the Dyson UK headquarters in Malmesbury which will create up to 3,000 jobs. On top of that he will donate £50m for...

Guardian, 00:02 in Business
 

Victim’s father hails Scots ‘Clare’s Law’

THE father of a woman murdered by her ex-partner says he is "quietly delighted" at the

Scotsman, 00:03 in Politics
 
Wigan owner Dave Whelan apologises for anti-semitic remarks

Wigan owner Dave Whelan apologises for anti-semitic remarks

Wigan owner Dave Whelan has apologised for any offence and defended his position after being accused of anti-Semitism and told he is not "fit and proper" to run a club. The controversy over Wigan's appointment of Malky Mackay as manager...

 
One in three women have experienced physical or sexual violence from partner

One in three women have experienced physical or sexual violence from partner

One in three women have experienced physical or sexual violence from their partner, while 7% will be assaulted at some point in their lives by a non-partner, say the authors of a new series of papers in the Lancet. They conclude that too little is...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 

Exclusive - Boeing says it has no plans for long-range 737 MAX

"We are very happy with where the MAX 9 sits and feel the competition is simply doing things to catch up with it," Randy Tinseth, vice president of marketing at Boeing Commercial Airplanes, said in an interview. Last month, Airbus said it...

Reuters, 00:08 in Business
 

Sotheby's CEO to step down, shares rise after hours

Sotheby's shares rose about 7 percent in after-hours trading, following news of his departure. Activist investors had called for big changes at Sotheby's including the sale of its headquarters on the upper East Side of Manhattan, and improving its...

Reuters, 00:08 in Business
 

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Counter-terrorism bill will enable ‘internal exile’ of UK suspects

Counter-terrorism bill will enable ‘internal exile’ of UK suspects

Nick Clegg has conceded that the new counter-terror bill to be published next week will include a power to force terrorism suspects to relocate to another part of Britain, dropping previous opposition to the measure. But the Liberal Democrats say they...

Guardian, 00:09 in Politics
 
Tax relief schemes ‘losing billions’ for Treasury claims Whitehall watchdog

Tax relief schemes ‘losing billions’ for Treasury claims Whitehall watchdog

Billions of pounds owed in tax may never be recovered because the government is failing to track abuse of official relief schemes, according to Whitehall’s official spending watchdog. In a report released on Friday, HM Revenue & Customs management...

Guardian, 00:09 in Politics
 

Sturgeon set to axe MacAskill in cabinet reshuffle

KENNY MacAskill is expected to be the most high-profile casualty when Nicola Sturgeon puts her own mark on the SNP administration by reshuffling her cabinet. Last night, Ms Sturgeon was putting the finishing touches to the make-up of her team, amid...

Scotsman, 00:11 in Politics
 


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