News archive from 22 November 2013

I wanted to PUNCH him! Allen disgusted with Carter antics after Coventry defeat

Mark Allen claimed on Thursday night he wanted to "punch' Ali Carter, accusing his opponent of "tricks and antics' and putting him off. Allen, 27, lost 4-3 at the 888 Casino Champion of Champions in the Ricoh Arena at Coventry. World Open...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

EXCLUSIVE: 'I love it when they boo us at Goodison', reveals Skrtel ahead of Merseyside derby

Derby week on Merseyside is like no other. The days before collisions between Liverpool and Everton are filled with tension and apprehension but they also provide the scope to dream. Regardless of age, supporters will spend time playing out the dying...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Terry should come back... he would stiffen up England's defence! King backs Chelsea man to make big...

Former England defender Ledley King has called for John Terry to come out of international retirement and 'stiffen up' the defence for next year's World Cup in Brazil. Terry quit the England set-up last year after the FA banned him for racially...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Every delivery, run and wicket from the first Test at the Gabba with Sportmail's comprehensive scorecard

England begin the defence of their Ashes crown at the Gabba in Brisbane - a fortress for the hosts Australia. Alastair Cook's side retained the urn with a 3-0 victory in the summer - but they face a quick turnaround in this tour Down Under. The two...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Why hangovers get worse after 40: We've got less muscle, we're dehydrated and we're more sensitive to the...

47 View comments It is something the more mature of us have long suspected: hangovers do get worse with age. And scientists have pinpointed 40 as the milestone at which drinkers begin to suffer more after a heavy night of drinking. This is because...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Health
 
Review: Arctic Monkeys, SSE Hydro, Glasgow

Review: Arctic Monkeys, SSE Hydro, Glasgow

If this week's announcement that the Arctic Monkeys will headline T In The Park next year is a safe choice, it's also a shrewd one. The band have never lacked sing-a-long anthems, but their stage presence and showmanship were impressive here too....

 

Doctor Who 50th Anniversary: the story behind the Google doodle

Some alternative logos for the Doctor Who Google Doodle. Photograph: Google/Matthew Cruickshank This summer, engineers at Google London added the Tardis to Google Street View, but that wasn't enough for Doctor Who fans, 4,000 of whom have signed a...

Guardian, 00:05 in Showbiz
 

Brain haemorrhage patients face unnecessary delays, study finds

Delays in diagnosing and treating patients with brain haemorrhage are causing unnecessary harm, a study has found. The National Confidential Enquiry into Patient Outcome, a charitable body that works to improve professional standards funded largely by...

Guardian, 00:15 in Health
 

I wanted to PUNCH him! Allen disgusted with Carter 'antics' after Coventry defeat

0 View comments Mark Allen claimed on Thursday night he wanted to "punch' Ali Carter, accusing his opponent of "tricks and antics' and putting him off. Allen, 27, lost 4-3 at the 888 Casino Champion of Champions in the Ricoh Arena at...

Daily Mail, 00:19 in Sport
 
Swiss electorate to vote on executive pay curbs

Swiss electorate to vote on executive pay curbs

Swiss voters are going to the polls this weekend to decide on strict new laws to limit executive pay. The measures, if approved, would limit the salaries of top managers to no more than 12 times the wage of the lowest-paid worker in the same company....

BBC, 00:23 in Business
 
How do game companies share massive files?

How do game companies share massive files?

Electronic Arts' multi-player shooter "Battlefield 4" exploded onto the computer games scene earlier this month, giving players a realistic taste of military combat in the 21st Century. Continue reading the main story Special Report: The...

BBC, 00:23 in Business
 
Giving Richard III a reburial fit for a medieval king

Giving Richard III a reburial fit for a medieval king

The first glimpse of how Richard III could be reburied has been revealed, with the service to be shaped by the scholarly detective work of an Oxford University academic. Alexandra Buckle, from St Anne's and St Hilda's colleges, has reconstructed how...

BBC, 00:23 in Business
 

Approval of $8.5 billion BofA settlement in judge's hands

Justice Barbara Kapnick, of New York state Supreme Court in Manhattan, must decide whether it was reasonable for Bank of New York Mellon Corp (BK.N), as trustee for the securities, to enter into the settlement, which is binding on investors. The judge...

Reuters, 00:24 in Business
 

Goldman Sachs burned by bad currency bets in third quarter

Foreign exchange was the only trading area that was a money loser, according to regulatory data issued in November. In the third quarter, Goldman reported its weakest revenue - $1.3 billion - in fixed-income, currency and commodities trading since the...

Reuters, 00:24 in Business
 
Global launch for Microsoft Xbox One console

Global launch for Microsoft Xbox One console

Microsoft's Xbox One game console went on sale in the UK at midnight. About 300 game shops and 100 Tesco stores across the UK stayed open so gamers could buy the device. Microsoft held launch events in London, New York and Los Angeles to mark the...

 


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