News archive from 23 November 2013

ASHES LIVE: Australia v England - follow day three of the first Test from the Gabba

ASHES ESSENTIALS AUSTRALIA: Rogers, Warner, Watson, Clarke (capt), Bailey, Smith, Haddin (wkt), Johnson, Siddle, Harris, Lyon. ENGLAND: Cook (capt), Carberry, Trott, Pietersen, Bell, Root, Prior (wkt), Broad, Swann, Anderson, Tremlett. Umpires: Aleem...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport

Dawson: Tottenham's medical team shouldn't have been criticised over Lloris KO (and pal Hart will bounce back)

The image of Hugo Lloris lying prostrate on the Goodison Park turf is still imprinted into Michael Dawson's memory. It was the moment that transfixed all those watching and brought rules governing head injuries under the microscope. The Tottenham...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport

EXCLUSIVE: Quit? I'm taking on the best managers in Europe. This job is heaven, says Cardiff boss Mackay

On the wall in Malky Mackay's office is the obligatory TV and along the bottom of the screen runs the instantly recognisable Sky Sports News "breaking news' strap. Too often this season the Cardiff City manager has looked up and seen his club's...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport

No way Jose! Mourinho tells Barca to forget about signing Courtois and Ramires

0 View comments Jose Mourinho has quashed any speculation that Ramires or talented young goalkeeper Thibault Courtois will leave Chelsea for Barcelona this summer. Spanish newspaper Marca had reported the Chelsea manager would rather leave the Belgium...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport

Must do better! Moyes insists best is still to come for struggling Fellaini at United

Marouane Fellaini's fortunes sank to a new low when he was outsmarted by a club-mate on international duty, but the Belgian retains the trust of Manchester United boss David Moyes. Fellaini's midweek trip to Brussels turned sour as United playmaker...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
Doctor Who fans around the world await 50th anniversary special

Doctor Who fans around the world await 50th anniversary special

Doctor Who fans around the world should expect an "emotional wallop" at the end of the 50th anniversary episode, says the show's boss Steven Moffat. "It's the most ambitious episode we've ever done," he said. The episode, The Day...

BBC, 00:39 in Art & Culture

Chevron throws doubt on Rosebank North Sea development

Chevron declined to comment on the projected cost of Rosebank, though estimates of up to $8 billion (£4.93 billion) were circulating in news reports over the past year. Statoil (STL.OL) sold its stake in the oil and gas development earlier this year...

Reuters, 00:42 in Business

British Gas to hike energy prices

Nearly eight million households will wake up to higher energy costs today when British Gas hikes its prices in the latest round of winter bill rises. Customers of the Centrica-owned energy giant face a 10.4% increase in electricity prices, while gas...


Grieve 'ethnic corruption' warning

The Government's senior law officer has warned that politicians need to "wake up" to the problem of corruption in ethnic minority communities. Attorney General Dominic Grieve, who said he was referring "mainly to the Pakistani...


Cold weather payments 'over £100m'

Cold weather payments of around £100 million have been paid out in Scotland over the last three years, according to the UK Government. The payments were set up to help the poorest people with their heating bills during the coldest weeks of winter and...


Labour floats 'peace' bank holiday

A new bank holiday should be created in Northern Ireland to celebrate the achievements of the peace process, the Labour Party has proposed. The party also recommended the establishment of a five year commission, chaired by a respected international...


Negotiations 'could mean conflict'

Negotiations that would follow a vote for independence could result in conflict between Scotland and the rest of the UK, according to the leader of the pro-Union campaign. Former chancellor Alistair Darling, chair of the Better Together group, claimed...

Family of U.S. man detained in North Korea appeals for his release

Family of U.S. man detained in North Korea appeals for his release

Echoing comments from their son earlier in the day, Alicia Newman also said that relatives of her 85-year-old husband, Merrill Newman, have had no word on the state of his health, whether medications sent to him were received or why he was detained....

Tax relief to help UK grassroots local sport clubs

Tax relief to help UK grassroots local sport clubs

The government is to give new tax breaks to small sports clubs in an effort to boost participation. More than 40,000 clubs could benefit by being allowed to keep up to £100,000 each in additional revenue. Clubs can earn the cash from bar receipts and...

BBC, 00:48 in Business

I was a boy in blue, now I'm a man in red... but Liverpool as a city exists to win trophies and I worry it...

The nerves that will grip me on Saturday will be just as intense as they were on October 20 1984 when, as a six-year-old, I first experienced the Merseyside derby. I went to Anfield that day as an Evertonian and had my dreams made when Graeme Sharp...

Daily Mail, 00:50 in Sport

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