News archive from 23 February 2018

Ciro Immobile hat-trick helps Lazio overturn first-leg deficit to beat Steaua Bucharest to make it to...

Lazio managed to overturn a first-leg deficit as Ciro Immobile bagged a hat-trick in their 5-1 thrashing of Steaua Bucharest. The visitors to Rome held a slender 1-0 advantage but Immobile's treble, and further strikes from Bastos and Felipe Anderson,...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 

Brendan Rodgers claims Celtic needed more courage following Europa League defeat to Zenit St Petersburg

Brendan Rodgers claimed Celtic needed more courage against Zenit St Petersburg after the Hoops crashed out of the Europa League following their 3-1 aggregate defeat in Russia. The one-goal lead from the first leg of the last-32 clash was wiped out...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 
Great Stand Up To Cancer Bake Off FIRST LOOK at celebrity bakers in action

Great Stand Up To Cancer Bake Off FIRST LOOK at celebrity bakers in action

Funnyman Harry Hill, Spandau Ballet’s Martin Kemp, comedy actress and writer Roisin Conaty and ex-BBC Breakfast host Bill Turnbull are the first to enter the show’s famous tent. Over five weeks comics Griff Rhys Jones, Alan Carr, Lee Mack, Tim...

 
Skull discovery suggests location where humans first had sex with Neanderthals

Skull discovery suggests location where humans first had sex with Neanderthals

An ancient skull found in a cave in northern Israel has cast light on the migration of modern humans out of Africa and the dawn of humanity’s colonisation of the world. For most palaeontologists that might be enough for a single fossil, but the...

 
Neanderthals may have died of diseases carried by humans from Africa

Neanderthals may have died of diseases carried by humans from Africa

Diseases and infections passed on by the ancestors of modern humans when they moved out of Africa and into Europe may have helped wipe out the Neanderthals who previously dominated the continent. The unfortunate Neanderthals, who would only have...

 
Jeremy Hunt pledges crackdown on drug errors in NHS

Jeremy Hunt pledges crackdown on drug errors in NHS

Jeremy Hunt is ordering an NHS crackdown on errors in dispensing drugs to patients, which research shows could be contributing to as many as 22,000 people dying every year. The health and social care secretary says mistakes involving medication, both...

Guardian, 00:14 in Politics
 
Fourth Briton dies after Grand Canyon helicopter crash

Fourth Briton dies after Grand Canyon helicopter crash

A man has died of injuries sustained in a Grand Canyon helicopter crash which also killed three other Britons. Jonathan Udall, 32, is understood to have been on honeymoon with Ellie Milward, 29, touring the Arizona attraction on an Airbus EC130 B4...

 
Ronnie O'Sullivan reveals bizarre reason for success at Snooker World Grand Prix

Ronnie O'Sullivan reveals bizarre reason for success at Snooker World Grand Prix

The 42-year-old produced a brilliant display to storm past China’s Xiao Guodong 5-0. The Rocket hit four century breaks to reach the semi-finals at the Guild Hall in Preston. O’Sullivan currently sits atop of the world rankings have already won three...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
Arsenal star Jack Wilshere reacts to Europa League defeat to Ostersunds

Arsenal star Jack Wilshere reacts to Europa League defeat to Ostersunds

Arsenal survived a major scare to secure their spot in the last 16 of the Europa League despite suffering an embarrassing 2-1 home defeat to Ostersund. After building a commanding 3-0 lead in last week's first leg in Sweden, the Gunners appeared to be...

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
Divorcees retiring this year will be WORSE OFF than those who are married

Divorcees retiring this year will be WORSE OFF than those who are married

Those who have been divorced are more likely to be retiring in debt, at 23 per cent, than those who are married, at 16 per cent, the study found. Divorcees' average debts are lower, however, than those who are are married and retiring in debt, at...

 

Cumbria MP calls for more force scrutiny over Poppi case

John Woodcock, who represents Barrow, said deputy chief constable Michelle Skeer should only be approved as the county's top cop on condition she champions the need for a new external inspection on the force. Mr Woodcock's calls come on the day...

 

Aisha Iqbal: Leeds councillors who didn’t bother voting on budget are making a mockery of democracy

Another year, another budget rubber-stamped. And what have we learnt? Precious little to make the local Government financing process more transparent to the average voter, that’s for sure. But quite a lot about the petulance of politicians of all...

 
British Rail could be revived under Labour

British Rail could be revived under Labour

Labour could bring back British Rail as part of its renationalisation plan, with shadow chancellor John McDonnell promising "full integration, as best we can" between track and train. Management of the network - track, signalling and major...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 

Should the UK renationalise the railways?

Labour wants to bring the railways back under public control - a policy that has garnered widespread support from a travelling public irritated by fare rises, overcrowded trains and a sense that train companies have profited while passengers have...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 
The low-cost mini satellites bringing mobile to the world

The low-cost mini satellites bringing mobile to the world

Large chunks of the planet are still of out of reach of mobile phone signals - that's about four billion people without access to digital communications. But this could change thanks to shrinking satellite sizes and costs. Lower-cost, space-based...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 


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