News archive from 24 November 2012

Egypt: high-wire acts

Fresh from a week in which he was declared the chief beneficiary of Israel's eight-day war in Gaza, Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi lost no time in turning his replenished guns on foes closer to home. Some of the elements of the decree he issued on...

 
Jeremy Hunt's free-market fanaticism means he can't preach about care

Jeremy Hunt's free-market fanaticism means he can't preach about care

Jeremy Hunt should be congratulating himself on the triumph of his ideology, writes Deborah Orr. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Health secretary Jeremy Hunt says there must be "no hiding place" for poor care of the elderly in a system...

Guardian, 22:32 in Health
 
HAMILTON 'SAD' AS MCLAREN EXIT LOOMS

HAMILTON 'SAD' AS MCLAREN EXIT LOOMS

Lewis Hamilton finally let his emotions get the better of him this week as the impact of leaving McLaren started to hit home. In an interview with the BBC as part of their review package looking back on the current campaign, Hamilton became teary-eyed...

Daily Star, 22:33 in Sport
 
PANESAR POSITIVE DESPITE INDIA RECOVERY

PANESAR POSITIVE DESPITE INDIA RECOVERY

Monty Panesar cherished the memory of his and England's early successes after Cheteshwar Pujara subsequently stifled their progress on day one of the second Test. India's Pujara (114 not out) refused to bow to the pressure applied by Panesar in the...

Daily Star, 22:33 in Sport
 
FORMER TENNIS COACH JAILED FOR RAPE

FORMER TENNIS COACH JAILED FOR RAPE

The court in Lyon also barred 70-year-old Regis de Camaret from working in tennis for life. The case against Camaret began in 2005 with accusations from former player Isabelle Demongeot, who wrote a book describing years of abuse. Several other women...

 
SIERRA LEONE LEADER RETAINS ROLE

SIERRA LEONE LEADER RETAINS ROLE

Opposition leader Julius Maada Bio came in second with 37.4%, according to results published by the country's National Electoral Commission. It is only the third election since the end of Sierra Leone's horrific 11-year civil war, which ended in...

 

Dance school drums up votes for Kimberley

Dance school drums up votes for Kimberley Pupils at the DM Dance Academy with their Kimberley support T-shirts Strictly Come Dancing star Kimberley Walsh’s old dance school has launched a campaign to get the nation voting for the Bradford-born Girls...

 

Look out Chelsea! Guardiola on Brazil hitlist after Selecao sack Menezes

Pep Guardiola is on Brazil's list of targets as they look for a new manager after sacking Mano Menezes.Chelsea are working on a deal which would see the former Barcelona boss take the reins at Stamford Bridge in the summer. But the Brazilian Football...

Daily Mail, 22:43 in Sport
 

Bank of Cyprus: 'Bailout won't affect our UK customers'

The Bank of Cyprus UK, which has 50,000 savers in Britain with deposits of around £900million, last night reassured its customers here that their money is safe. Cyprus has agreed a bailout with its international lenders, making it the fifth country in...

 

Two more private equity suitors in race for RBS branches

The race to buy 316 branches from Royal of Scotland has heated up as it emerged that two more private equity suitors have set their sights on the prized assets. The bank has set a deadline of the middle of next month for firms to formally register...

 
INVESTMENT EXTRA: Should you follow Roman Abramovich and put some energy in AFC shares?

INVESTMENT EXTRA: Should you follow Roman Abramovich and put some energy in AFC shares?

Technology deployed during the space race that uses a croissant maker in the production process recently caught the eye of Roman Abramovich. Last month the Chelsea owner took a 15 per cent stake in AFC Energy, which is developing state of the art...

 

FSA blasted for failure to pursue the former bosses of HBOS

The City watchdog has come under fire for failing to pursue the former bosses of HBOS after the chairman of a parliamentary commission branded it "extraordinary' that only one person had been punished for its collapse. Lord Turnbull chastised...

 

MARKET REPORT: Hyundai's zombies ad boosts sales at media group Future

What will you do when the zombie apocalypse comes? Media group Future thinks it has the answer. It has built a zombie-proof car in partnership with South Korean auto firm Hyundai, a fearsome little motor covered in spikes and defensive armour. This...

 
ANDY YATES: Five business trends that will change our lives in 2013

ANDY YATES: Five business trends that will change our lives in 2013

In our regular series Andy Yates explores the weird and wonderful world of business life. Yates is an experienced entrepreneur, adviser and mentor and investor-director at Huddlebuy.co.uk - Europe's largest daily money-saving site for small...

 

PM warns EU to get real over budget

David Cameron has warned Europe it must live in the "real world", after talks over a long-term budget to fund the EU collapsed. The Prime Minister, fighting for austerity-style cuts, said the offer on the table was "just not good...

 


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