News archive from 22 September 2013

Rooney and Van Persie can enter United folklore! Deadly duo have a chance to forge an incredible...

For a long period of my career, I was lucky enough to play behind David Beckham. It was a privilege because he was such a quality player. But it was also relatively easy because I knew him so well. I knew where he wanted the ball passed; how he wanted...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

I'm the boss: Moyes denies Sir Alex is interfering in his work at Old Trafford

0 View comments David Moyes insisted on the eve of the Manchester derby that Sir Alex Ferguson is not interfering in his work at Old Trafford. Sir Alex, Manchester United's illustrious former manager, has been raising his profile again after...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Ruud awakening: Mourinho slams Gullit after former Chelsea boss claims he is 'starting a war he can't win'...

65 View comments Jose Mourinho has brought his brief spell as the "Happy One' to an abrupt end by relegating Juan Mata to his reserve side and lambasting Ruud Gullit for questioning his motives over the shocking snub. Mata, who Chelsea fans have...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Farage 'hacked off' by Bloom furore

UK Independence Party (Ukip) leader Nigel Farage admitted he was "pretty hacked off" after the actions of an outspoken MEP overshadowed its annual conference. Godfrey Bloom had the whip withdrawn after calling women at a conference fringe...

 

Yoga guru allowed to stay in UK

A yoga guru who was detained at Heathrow for several hours after arriving from India has been allowed to stay in the country. Swami Ramdevji, 47, was held on Friday afternoon. He was in the UK to meet followers and lead a 1,500-strong yoga class in...

 
Are free school meals a good idea?

Are free school meals a good idea?

On the menu: free school meals for infants will cost £600m. Photograph: Christopher Thomond Mark Littlewood, director of the Institute of Economic AffairsLet's start with the obvious. Lunch, I hope we can agree, is basically a good thing. Nutritional,...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 

The no-stitch eye lift... all thanks to a tiny blob of high-tech glue

For parents of young children, a trip to A&E where a smear of glue is applied to close a cut knee is a familiar scenario. But now a similar concept is being used in cosmetic eyelid surgery as an alternative to surgical stitches. Rather than...

Daily Mail, 00:12 in Health
 

Farage 'hacked off' by Bloom furore

UK Independence Party (Ukip) leader Nigel Farage admitted he was "pretty hacked off" after the actions of an outspoken MEP overshadowed its annual conference. Godfrey Bloom had the whip withdrawn after calling women at a conference fringe...

 

Yoga guru allowed to stay in UK

A yoga guru who was detained at Heathrow for several hours after arriving from India has been allowed to stay in the country. Swami Ramdevji, 47, was held on Friday afternoon. He was in the UK to meet followers and lead a 1,500-strong yoga class in...

 
Much Ado About Nothing; A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Herd – review

Much Ado About Nothing; A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Herd – review

'No swing at all': James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave in Mark Rylance's Much Ado About Nothing. Photograph: Tristram Kenton It's hard to believe that Mark Rylance did this. As an actor, he is one of the most subtle interpreters of Shakespeare of...

Guardian, 00:15 in Showbiz
 
The real reason men should keep their legs together

The real reason men should keep their legs together

Elegant and considerate sitting. See,chaps, it CAN be done. Photograph: BloomImage/Getty/guardian.co.uk Let me begin by hoping that all men out there are sitting comfortably. I have to say that because I never realised until last week that so many of...

Guardian, 00:15 in Showbiz
 
Kevin McCloud: 'Do I covet the houses in Grand Designs? No'

Kevin McCloud: 'Do I covet the houses in Grand Designs? No'

Kevin McCloud: 'Good housing policy is the mark of a civilised society.' Photograph: David McHugh/Rex Your new series, Man Made Home, tests the hypothesis that simple is better. Is it? Oh yeah. Simple and straightforward. The more complicated a...

Guardian, 00:15 in Showbiz
 

Cavendish romps to sprint finish in Guildford as Wiggins is primed for his golden chance

Mark Cavendish won his second stage of this year's Tour of Britain - his ninth in total - and Sir Bradley Wiggins defended the leader's gold jersey. It means that in central London today Wiggins will, barring a disaster, be crowned overall winner -...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 
The Simpsons' secret formula: it's written by maths geeks

The Simpsons' secret formula: it's written by maths geeks

The Simpsons: TV's secret mathematicians Photograph: Allstar/Cinetext/20th-century FOX Without doubt, the most mathematically sophisticated television show in the history of primetime broadcasting is The Simpsons. This is not a figment of my deranged...

Guardian, 00:15 in Showbiz
 

Yoga guru allowed to stay in UK

A yoga guru who was detained at Heathrow for several hours after arriving from India has been allowed to stay in the country. Swami Ramdevji, 47, was held on Friday afternoon. He was in the UK to meet followers and lead a 1,500-strong yoga class in...

 


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