News archive from 22 October 2015

Terrorists attacked murderer at gym in Wakefield jail

Terrorists attacked murderer at gym in Wakefield jail

Three terrorists have been convicted of carrying out a violent attack on an inmate while serving sentences at Wakefield Prison. Manfu Asiedu, Jewel Uddin and Shah Rahman were found guilty of carrying out the attack on a fellow prisoner in the gym area...

 
Tom Peterkin: SNP must play numbers game to win

Tom Peterkin: SNP must play numbers game to win

Less griping about the BBC and more economics would serve the party well, writes Tom Peterkin In her opening speech to the SNP conference, Nicola Sturgeon listed some formidable statistics. Putting some numbers on the sheer scale of the gathering, the...

Scotsman, 00:01 in Politics
 

Fulham 1 Leeds 1: Chris Wood penalty earns Steve Evans' side draw at Craven Cottage

Chris Wood's penalty cancelled out Moussa Dembele's opener to earn a deserved draw. The talk here surrounding the managers was now about Fulham's Kit Symons rather than Evans The fanfare surrounding Evans' arrival meant Symons' precarious position as...

 
'I bet he'll be knocking on my door soon': Jenny Garbis slams Lord Sugar as she is fired from The Apprentice for being 'just not very good'

'I bet he'll be knocking on my door soon': Jenny Garbis slams Lord Sugar as she is fired from The...

Jenny Garbis became the third contestant to be fired from The Apprentice on Wednesday night. But the business management student didn't go without a bitter word about Lord Sugar in the car ride home, after claiming she was considered a big threat...

 
Mediterranean diet slows the brain drain

Mediterranean diet slows the brain drain

FOLLOWING a Mediterranean-style diet slows the rate the brain shrinks by five years, according to new research. The study suggests a diet consisting mainly of fruit and veg, fish and olive oil but little red meat or dairy products may be associated...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Health
 
SPECTRE FIRST REVIEW: Bond is back - and with a bang - in a movie that warrants ALL the hype with 007 returning to his murderous, glamorous best

SPECTRE FIRST REVIEW: Bond is back - and with a bang - in a movie that warrants ALL the hype with 007...

Spectre (12A) Rating: Does it warrant all the hype, the secrecy, the breathless anticipation? Indubitably, yes.  From the exhilarating pre-credits sequence, against the backdrop of the Day of the Dead festival in Mexico City, to a spectacular...

 
Feeling better then? Liam Payne thrills fans as he joins his One Direction bandmates on stage in Belfast after gig cancellation

Feeling better then? Liam Payne thrills fans as he joins his One Direction bandmates on stage in Belfast...

He left thousands of fans distraught after the One Direction gig was cancelled at the last minute on Tuesday after falling ill. However, Liam Payne has made a swift recovery as he took to the stage in Belfast on Wednesday night with his bandmates. The...

 

Jeremy Hunt accused of skewing weekend hospital death rates

The editor of the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has accused Jeremy Hunt of misrepresenting key findings about death rates among patients admitted to hospital at the weekend. In a letter to the health secretary, Fiona Godlee took issue with him...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Scottish NHS left needing 'fundamental changes' after budget cuts, says report

The NHS in Scotland faces substantial and deep-rooted problems with declining standards of patient care after struggling with cuts in its budgets, Scotland’s official spending watchdog has warned. Audit Scotland has revealed that the NHS missed seven...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

NHS to fund world’s largest study into effect of aspirin on cancer

The world’s largest clinical trial to investigate whether taking aspirin every day stops the recurrence of some of the most common cancers is to be funded by Cancer Research UK and the NHS. About 11,000 patients from more than 100 centres across the...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

Restaurant chains criticised over children's menus and soda refills

Children’s menus at some of the UK’s leading restaurant and pub chains are still dominated by chips, burgers and fizzy drinks, which makes it “almost impossible” for youngsters to choose healthy or quality food, a campaign group has said. More than...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
Theo Walcott and Petr Cech send message to Europe after beating Bayern Munich

Theo Walcott and Petr Cech send message to Europe after beating Bayern Munich

The striker insists the Gunners do not fear anyone in the Champions League following their surprise 2-0 victory over the German giants on Tuesday. "The confidence is flowing through the team and you can see that," said England star Walcott....

Daily Star, 00:05 in Sport
 

Four arrested on suspicion of murder after Essex stabbing

Detectives investigating the murder of a man stabbed to death after a confrontation with a group of youths have arrested four people on suspicion of murder. Residents fought to save the man, named as Darren Kelly, 42, from Basildon, Essex, after he...

 

Low carbon electricity better than gas, says government panel

Low-carbon electricity, not gas, is the cheapest way to keep lights on and meet carbon targets, says the government's climate advisory panel. The Committee on Climate Change says onshore wind and solar are already price-competitive if you factor in...

BBC, 00:06 in Business
 
New 'principles' to boost switching as banks await CMA report

New 'principles' to boost switching as banks await CMA report

Image copyright Getty Images The government has announced a set of new principles to help people switch providers - for energy, bank accounts or telecoms. It comes hours ahead of a major report on current accounts by the Competition and Markets...

BBC, 00:06 in Business
 


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