News archive from 22 November 2017, page 2

League Two round-up: Yeovil's Francois Zoko costs former club Notts County their place at the top

Yeovil forward Francois Zoko came back to haunt his former club as Notts County lost their place at the top of League Two following a 1-1 draw at Huish Park. County looked on course for a narrow victory courtesy of Jonathan Forte's 41st-minute opener...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

David Warner gives Australia an Ashes boost as opener looks fit in nets ahead of opening Test match at the...

Australian cricket fans will have been encouraged by the sight of David Warner giving the thumbs up as he arrived for training on the eve of the Ashes. Opening batsman Warner gave the Australia camp a scare ahead of Thursday's opening Test by hurting...

Daily Mail, 00:15 in Sport
 

Hinkley Point will 'hit the poorest hardest', say MPs

A group of MPs has said that the £18bn cost of the UK's new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station will hit the country's poorest the hardest. The Public Accounts Committee said that households had been "locked into an expensive deal lasting 35...

BBC, 00:16 in Regional
 

Mauricio Pochettino delighted to qualify as Group H winners as manager admits initial concerns over...

Mauricio Pochettino admits he feared the worst when Tottenham's Champions League draw came out but his side will go through top of the group after they beat Borussia Dortmund. Son Heung-min scored the winner at the Westfalenstadion, and his eighth...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 

Match-winner Raheem Sterling admits Manchester City had to defeat Feyenoord the ugly way: 'We have shown...

Match-winner Raheem Sterling admitted that winning ugly is sometimes a necessity as Manchester City recorded a late 1-0 Champions League victory over Feyenoord at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday night. Sterling fired home an 88th-minute winner to earn...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 

Hospitals 'must do more to prevent patients falling'

Simple safety measures to prevent frail, elderly patients from falling are receiving "scant attention" in some hospitals, a new audit has concluded. Hospitals have "considerable room for improvement" in preventing falls among...

 

Police chiefs: Victims meeting offenders can help them come to terms with crime

Police chiefs in Cumbria say having troublemakers meet face-to-face with victims can help those hit by crime come to terms with what happened. Officers add this type of meeting can also influence the way offenders behave - naming it a useful tool in...

 

Budget 2017: Here's what to expect from Chancellor Phillip Hammond

Chancellor Phillip Hammond presents his Budget today (Wednesday November 22), and lots is riding on it. The Government has been lurching from one crisis to another, with two Cabinet resignations this month and a series of defeats in the House of...

 

"F*** you! Pirates! You're responsible for the Belgrano!" Argentina fury over British help in search for...

Fury has erupted in Argentina over Britain's role in helping the search for its missing submarine - with old tensions over the Falklands War resurfacing. Time is running out for the crew of the ARA San Juan which vanished last Wednesday somewhere in...

 
Morrisons Black Friday deals on giant bottles of Jagermeister, Famous Grouse, Jim Beam and Disaronno

Morrisons Black Friday deals on giant bottles of Jagermeister, Famous Grouse, Jim Beam and Disaronno

Hump day just got a lot easier, and Black Friday Week hump day is going to be the best Wednesday of your life as Morrisons launch their infamous giant spirit bottles in Black Friday discount madness. Morrisons has announced it will be selling their...

Metro, 00:24 in Lifestyle
 
Happy Thanksgiving! What it’s all about and why they pardon a turkey

Happy Thanksgiving! What it’s all about and why they pardon a turkey

Millions of Americans will be marking Thanksgiving today. It’s a big celebration in the states – even bigger than Christmas for many. Thanksgiving is all about families and friends coming together to eat a feast of turkey, nut roast, root veggies and...

Metro, 00:24 in Lifestyle
 

Hospitals 'must do more to prevent patients falling'

Simple safety measures to prevent frail, elderly patients from falling are receiving "scant attention" in some hospitals, a new audit has concluded. Hospitals have "considerable room for improvement" in preventing falls among...

 

Surely there's a better way...Japanese snails can twist their GENITALS to mate face-to-face

Differently-coiled types of Japanese land snails should be considered a single species because - against all odds - these snails are sometimes able to mate, a new study has found.   Although most snails have a right-handed spiraling shell, rare...

 

How plastic chokes the Arctic: Floating waste discovered north of Norway and Russia has risen 20-fold in...

The pristine waters of the Arctic are turning into a floating rubbish dump – posing a threat to marine life, scientists warn. One of the densest areas of plastic rubbish anywhere in the world’s seas has been discovered north of Norway and Russia....

 

Researcher deliberately injected Americans with a herpes virus for experimental vaccine now backed by Peter...

A professor allegedly gave eight American herpes patients multiple injections of a live herpes virus in an illegal trial of his vaccine for the sexually transmitted disease. Two people who received the injections from Dr William Halford in a Holiday...

 


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