News archive from 24 October 2016

U.S., UK growth data to give steer on monetary policy

U.S., UK growth data to give steer on monetary policy

Third-quarter growth figures from the United States and Britain will be scrutinised by financial markets in the week, and a business survey will provide the first evidence on how the euro zone has fared going into the fourth quarter. Disappointing...

Reuters, 00:00 in Business
 

Robin Goodfellow's Racing Tips: The best bets for Monday, October 24

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his best tips ahead of Monday's meetings at Leicester, Redcar and Ayr. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Capri set to lead field in Racing Post Trophy as Aidan... Galileo Gold to race on next season...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Anthony Joshua prepares for world title defence with surprise gym class live streamed to 60,000 people

World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua warmed up for the defence of his IBF world heavyweight title with a surprise gym workout that was watched online by 60,000 people. The British boxer unexpectedly arrived at a Pure Gym branch in Boreham Wood on...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 

Alastair Cook has been forced to shield Adil Rashid but the England captain has faith in his fragile spinner

It is not accurate to say Alastair Cook hasn't got faith in his spinners but the way he handled them on the fourth day of this fabulous, nail-biting Test was instructive of the strengths and weaknesses of the ones at his disposal. Adil Rashid is a key...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
NHS access to innovative drugs could be cut by four years, says review

NHS access to innovative drugs could be cut by four years, says review

Patients could get drugs and treatment sooner under an “ambitious” plan, according to a new report. NHS to have one website for appointments, prescriptions and advice Read more The UK has been known to be slower than other countries when it comes to...

Guardian, 00:02 in Health
 
Scottish Health Awards: Meet the prison care team who look after older inmates

Scottish Health Awards: Meet the prison care team who look after older inmates

THE challenge of looking after older people with long-term health conditions is only made tougher when the patients are prisoners. But the primary care team at ­Glenochil Prison, Clackmannanshire, are setting the standards. They have revolutionised...

 

Manchester United players blasted by Ryan Giggs for swapping shirts

Ryan Giggs blasted Manchester United players for 'swapping shirts and laughing' with their Chelsea counterparts after their humiliating 4-0 defeat. United suffered their heaviest defeat of the post -Sir Alex Ferguson era at Stamford Bridge, as Jose...

 
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs slams players for swapping shirts and laughing after Chelsea defeat

Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs slams players for swapping shirts and laughing after Chelsea defeat

Ryan Giggs has criticised Manchester United players after pictures circulated of several stars swapping shirts and laughing following a dismal 4-0 defeat to Chelsea. Goals from Pedro, Gary Cahill, Eden Hazard and summer signing N’Golo Kante sealed...

Metro, 00:11 in Sport
 

Prosecution service hit by ‘fear culture’ MSPs warned

A “culture of fear” has taken grip among parts of Scotland’s independent prosecution service in handling criminal cases, amid concerns over growing political diktat, MSPs have been told. Domestic abuse complaints and allegations involving racial...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Politics
 

May unveils new forum to defuse Brexit stalemate with Sturgeon

Theresa May will today unveil plans for a formal “Brexit forum” for all the devolved governments of the UK to defuse an escalating row with Nicola Sturgeon over Scotland’s participation. The Prime Minister will also insist that “no final decisions...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Politics
 

Indyref2 is ‘a waste of time’ says ex-SNP chief

A second independence referendum would be a “waste of time”, a former SNP leader has warned. Gordon Wilson, who was at the party’s helm throughout the 1980s, said question marks over Scotland’s economy must be answered before Nicola Sturgeon stages...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Politics
 

£60m drive to boost growth in Scotland’s ailing economy

A £60 million drive to kick-start growth in Scotland’s ailing economy has been unveiled. More than 20,000 small businesses will benefit from cash which is also expected to help create thousands of jobs. But firms are warning that the cash must be...

Scotsman, 00:12 in Politics
 
Amadeus opera: NT homecoming in fine tune

Amadeus opera: NT homecoming in fine tune

It's 37 years since Peter Shaffer's play Amadeus was first seen on stage and it's now widely accepted as a modern classic. Now Lucian Msamati and Adam Gillen are bringing the play back to its original home in London. And this time there's an orchestra...

BBC, 00:13 in Art & Culture
 
Shopping in Australia, while in China

Shopping in Australia, while in China

In Sydney, a multi-million dollar export industry starts with a simple trip to the shops. Laden with plastic bags that are almost too heavy to carry, we meet Rika Wenjing, a 24-year-old accountancy graduate from Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province....

BBC, 00:16 in World News
 

James McClean reveals gruesome leg injury as West Brom midfielder appears to have pop at referee

West Brom midfielder James McClean has revealed the extent of a leg injury suffered during Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Liverpool. McClean posted a picture on Instagram of a nasty laceration which forced him to come off after 65 minutes of the Premier...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 


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