News archive from 22 September 2017

World’s strongest disabled man can’t go up stairs but he can pull a van

World’s strongest disabled man can’t go up stairs but he can pull a van

A disabled man who struggles to get up the stairs has been crowned the World’s Strongest Disabled Man because of his incredible ability to pull a van with his bare hands. Greg Bramwell, a warehouse worker from Rochdale, Greater Manchester, was born...

Metro, 16:05 in Hot News
 

Live Friday traffic and travel as all 13 of Hull's bridges set to close at the same time

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now As the city splits in half, we'll bring the breaking traffic and travel news to help you get home quicker this Friday evening. Tonight all 13 of the...

 

Scott McTominay could become a future captain and break into Manchester United team... even if midfielder...

Our scout is a top football expert who attends matches each week searching for the next star.  This week he has chosen to focus on Manchester United starlet Scott McTominay following his first appearance of the season against Burton Albion in the...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
PUBG news: Battlegrounds studio makes SHOCK announcement in face of new competition

PUBG news: Battlegrounds studio makes SHOCK announcement in face of new competition

PUBG developer Bluehole has made a shock announcement about the future of the shooter. PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds developer Brendan Greene told Reddit users that a single-player campaign could make it into the shooter. Asked about the future of the...

 
Ant McPartlin’s wife Lisa Armstrong ‘still upset’ with him for ‘putting her through hell’

Ant McPartlin’s wife Lisa Armstrong ‘still upset’ with him for ‘putting her through hell’

Ant McPartlin’s wife Lisa Armstrong is said to still be reeling from Ant’s recent stint in rehab. Ant, 41, spent two months in rehab earlier this year to battle his addiction to alcohol and drugs, resulting from his dependence on painkillers after...

Metro, 00:01 in Showbiz
 

Hull named as one of top cities to live and work – ahead of London, Liverpool and Edinburgh

Hull has been named as one of the best cities to live and work in the UK in an annual league table, finishing ahead of London, Edinburgh, Liverpool and others. The league table by Glassdoor, one of the world’s largest job sites, judges cities on how...

 

Delivery denied

Greenpeace activists block shipment of thousands of polluting VW motors A CARGO ship carrying thousands of Volkswagen diesel-fuelled cars to Britain was forced to sail to another port yesterday after it was seized by environmental activists. Around 25...

 

Labour promises to boost legal aid

Party report calls for ‘simpler and more generous’ system LABOUR pledged yesterday to expand access to legal aid after a report commissioned by leader Jeremy Corbyn called for a “significantly simpler and more generous” scheme. The Bach commission — a...

 

Rudd still pushing to kick out Bigzad

Home Office position ‘remains unchanged’ by Felicity Collier THE Home Office still plans to refuse an asylum-seeker the right to remain despite losing three court orders demanding his return to Britain after he was illegally deported to Afghanistan...

 

Rescuers spread out on devastated Puerto Rico

Extent of damage to island still unknown after second hurricane strikes RESCUERS fanned out across Puerto Rico yesterday to reach stunned victims of Hurricane Maria, which knocked out electricity to the entire island and triggered landslides and...

 

Catalonia: Thousands stand up for arrested indy vote leaders

PROTESTERS gathered in their thousands yesterday outside Catalonia’s Economy Ministry in Barcelona to demand the release of officials arrested for planning an independence vote deemed illegal by Madrid. The 40,000 demonstrators answered a call by...

 

Syria: Moscow tells US not to hit its forces in Deir Ezzor

MOSCOW issued a stern warning to Washington yesterday, saying that it has deployed special forces alongside Syrian troops in Deir Ezzor province and will retaliate if they come under fire. Russia’s Defence Ministry said that the US-allied Syrian...

 

We must act now on our toxic air

DIRECT action against the import of Volkswagen diesel cars by Greenpeace activists yesterday showed a decisiveness that has been entirely lacking from the British government — both in relation to VW’s cheating of emissions tests and its handing of...

 

The future is electric

PETER FROST, who once went for a spin in the electric Sinclair C5, shares his nostalgia for the trolleybus and belief that the electric car is a sensible answer to air pollution COME back with me to January 1985. Did you know that in those days the...

 
Stats don't worry me: East Kilbride FC's Sean Winter backs team to make Lowland League history

Stats don't worry me: East Kilbride FC's Sean Winter backs team to make Lowland League history

Sean Winter insists this Lowland League season will be unlike any other and reckons East Kilbride FC have the qualities to knock BSC Glasgow off the top of the table. The midfielder is now in his third campaign with Kilby since joining in the summer...

 


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