News archive from 23 May 2016

Eating fat will keep you thin? Experts say a high-fat diet can help you avoid obesity

Eating fat will keep you thin? Experts say a high-fat diet can help you avoid obesity

URGING people to follow low-fat diets is having “disastrous consequences”, a health charity have warned. The National Obesity Forum and the Public Health Collaboration claim saturated fat does not cause heart disease or obesity. READ MORE: My heart...

 
Do you know these thugs? Task force set up to hunt down hooligans who marred Rangers v Hibs Cup Final

Do you know these thugs? Task force set up to hunt down hooligans who marred Rangers v Hibs Cup Final

A MASSIVE police operation has been launched to identify the thugs responsible for the cup final violence that saw Rangers players assaulted. Thousands of Hibs fans invaded the pitch after a dramatic injury-time goal from David Gray saw them win 3-2....

 
Former Arsenal star Lauren names the current Gunner good enough for the Invincibles

Former Arsenal star Lauren names the current Gunner good enough for the Invincibles

Arsenal famously won the Premier League title without losing a game in 2003/04, going 49 games unbeaten overall. And although Arsene Wenger’s side have since struggled to go anywhere near matching that feat, Lauren believes Sanchez wouldn’t have...

Daily Star, 00:07 in Sport
 

Call to raise minimum enlistment age to 18 in Armed Forces

Teenagers under 18 who enlist in the Armed Forces face "significant risk and disadvantage", human rights campaigners claim. Child Soldiers International said young recruits had left education early and were "actively sought" for...

 

Eating full fat foods 'can lower chance of obesity'

Urging people to follow low fat diets and to lower their cholesterol is having "disastrous health consequences", a health charity has warned. In a damning report that accuses major public health bodies of colluding with the food industry,...

 

Are British-made cluster bombs killing kids?

Amnesty demands full probe after bombs found in Yemen HUMAN rights campaigners are demanding an urgent investigation into evidence that banned British-made cluster bombs may have been used to slaughter children in Yemen. Amnesty International demanded...

 

Labour ‘will be more radical than Attlee’

McDonnell: We’ll clear way for a new society THE next Labour government will be more radical than Clement Attlee’s pioneering post-war administration, shadow chancellor John McDonnell vowed at the weekend. After defeating Winston Churchill’s Tories in...

 

Corbyn pledges to put workers ahead of profits

A LABOUR government will put the interests of workers and taxpayers ahead of shareholders, Jeremy Corbyn said on Saturday as he set out his “bold and ambitious” vision for the economy. Speaking at Labour’s New Economy conference, he said the party...

 

Drone strike kills Afghan Taliban leader

Prospects of peace improved, says US’s Kerry by Our Foreign Desk THE Afghan Taliban confirmed yesterday that their leader Mullah Mohammed Akhtar Mansour had been assassinated in a US drone attack. Mullah Abdul Rauf, who was recently reconciled with...

 

Turkey: Erdogan’s yes-man picked as next PM

by Our Foreign Desk TURKEY’S ruling party chose presidential crony Binali Yildirim as its chairman and next prime minister yesterday. Current Transport and Communications Minister Mr Yildirim, running unopposed, won the votes of 1,405 out of 1,470...

 

Syria: US’s GI Joe slips in on hush-hush mission to plot assault on Isis

WASHINGTON’S Middle East commander sneaked into Syria on Saturday to oversee plans for a drive against the Islamic State (Isis) stronghold of Raqqa. US Army General Joseph Votel, who took over as commander of the Pentagon’s central command just seven...

 

New Economy clears the air

SPEECHES by John McDonnell and Jeremy Corbyn at the weekend’s New Economy event offer a viable progressive alternative to the Tory government’s programme. They acknowledge that New Labour’s record in office alienated Labour voters by making Britain a...

 

At Cuba’s heart is the joy of living solidarity

WE climb up onto the old soviet-looking truck heading out of camp. Packed together are bodies tired from lack of sleep, the open air washes away the effects of last night’s rum. A cold trickle of rain scatters away resting lizards and frogs, washes...

 

Corb’s in command as bitterite faction loses out

By showing he ’s prepared to compromise when necessary, a confident Corbyn has consolidated his position, writes CHARLEY ALLAN ARE you worried about Jeremy Corbyn selling out to his party’s right-wing, or perhaps you think he hasn’t sold out enough?...

 

Osborne’s second sell-off attempt makes no sense

by Michael Kavanagh JUST over two years ago, members of the Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) took two days of strike action against the last coalition government’s plans to privatise HM Land Registry. This, together with a high-profile...

 


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