News archive from 22 August 2013

Review: Franz Ferdinand, QMU, Glasgow

Review: Franz Ferdinand, QMU, Glasgow

According to a line in one of Franz Ferdinand's newest ditties, Goodbye Lovers & Friends, Alex Kapranos hates pop music. This seems like a bit of a white lie, given that his band evidently remain stylish purveyors of hummable guitar-pop. This...

 

Workers 'use more public transport'

Cars are in decline as the main form of transport people use to get to work in England and Wales, a study has shown. Although the 67% of commuters still drive to and from their workplace, the proportion has fallen by nearly 2% since 2001. Meanwhile...

 

Flu jab could cut heart attack risk

Middle-aged people with some evidence of heart disease could cut their risk of heart attack in half by having the flu jab, research suggests. The vaccine offers protection from heart attacks for people with narrowed arteries, according to a study in...

 

Flu jab could cut heart attack risk

Middle-aged people with some evidence of heart disease could cut their risk of heart attack in half by having the flu jab, research suggests. The vaccine offers protection from heart attacks for people with narrowed arteries, according to a study in...

 

Court to hear Miranda airport case

Lawyers acting for the partner of a journalist held for nine hours under anti-terror laws will take his case to the High Court on Thursday. They have applied for an injunction preventing the police or government using, copying and sharing data from...

 

Workers 'use more public transport'

Cars are in decline as the main form of transport people use to get to work in England and Wales, a study has shown. Although the 67% of commuters still drive to and from their workplace, the proportion has fallen by nearly 2% since 2001. Meanwhile...

 

Court to hear Miranda airport case

Lawyers acting for the partner of a journalist held for nine hours under anti-terror laws will take his case to the High Court on Thursday. They have applied for an injunction preventing the police or government using, copying and sharing data from...

 

Flu jab could cut heart attack risk

Middle-aged people with some evidence of heart disease could cut their risk of heart attack in half by having the flu jab, research suggests. The vaccine offers protection from heart attacks for people with narrowed arteries, according to a study in...

 

'Devastated' father to fly to US

The "devastated" father of a British woman who had part of her leg severed by a New York taxi is flying out to America to keep a bedside vigil. Sian Green has already undergone surgery after Tuesday's incident, with city police investigating...

 

Davidson to face no further action

Comedian Jim Davidson is "pleased" to have been told that he will face no further action in the UK after he was arrested on suspicion of historic sexual offences. The 59-year-old was held in January by detectives from Operation Yewtree, the...

 

Workers 'use more public transport'

Cars are in decline as the main form of transport people use to get to work in England and Wales, a study has shown. Although the 67% of commuters still drive to and from their workplace, the proportion has fallen by nearly 2% since 2001. Meanwhile...

 

Flu jab could cut heart attack risk

Middle-aged people with some evidence of heart disease could cut their risk of heart attack in half by having the flu jab, research suggests. The vaccine offers protection from heart attacks for people with narrowed arteries, according to a study in...

 

Labour 'hopes' to save reforms

Labour wants to work with the Government to turn around the universal credit reforms and "hopes" to run at the next general election pledging to keep the new system. In a speech in North London, shadow work and pensions secretary Liam Byrne...

 

Workers 'use more public transport'

Cars are in decline as the main form of transport people use to get to work in England and Wales, a study has shown. Although the 67% of commuters still drive to and from their workplace, the proportion has fallen by nearly 2% since 2001. Meanwhile...

 

Flu jab could cut heart attack risk

Middle-aged people with some evidence of heart disease could cut their risk of heart attack in half by having the flu jab, research suggests. The vaccine offers protection from heart attacks for people with narrowed arteries, according to a study in...

 


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