News archive from 24 November 2013

Fears grow over open access to patient records

Fears grow over open access to patient records

The traditional confidentiality between patient and GP is coming to an end. Photograph: Rex Features The relationship of confidentiality between doctor and patient may be ending. From next year, our medical records are likely to be seen by many more...

Guardian, 00:03 in Health
 

Boeing invites more than a dozen sites to bid on 777 jet work

Adler declined to name the locations under consideration. But people familiar with the discussions said that South Carolina, Alabama, Texas, Utah, California, Kansas, Missouri and Washington state are among the possibilities. The airplane maker is...

Reuters, 00:05 in Business
 

Russia's Gazprom cuts 2014 spending plan by $4 billion to $25 billion - Ifax

Gazprom has been criticised by analysts for having high costs and making massive investments in new gas export pipelines to Europe like the Nord and South Stream projects, while being slow to react to the shale gas revolution in the United States and...

Reuters, 00:05 in Business
 
Hurrah for the silliness and the sci-fi that stood the test of time

Hurrah for the silliness and the sci-fi that stood the test of time

Three cheers for the BBC and Monty Python. Photograph: Andrew Winning/Reuters During the week in which a bunch of old comedians, collectively aged 357, announced a comeback and in which a timeless galaxy of Time Lords launched a global celebration of...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 

Ed Miliband's pop choices reveal a man of no musical taste

Reading on mobile? Watch the video for A-ha's Take On Me here Say what you like about Ed Miliband's Desert Island Disc choices – and people will – his eight selections do have a warped sincerity about them. Attempts by politicians to appear "down...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
Ed Miliband's Desert Island Disc diet: Take On Me and a chicken tikka

Ed Miliband's Desert Island Disc diet: Take On Me and a chicken tikka

Ed Miliband admits he underestimated the problems running against his brother would cause. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images Ed Miliband's relationship with his elder brother David is only just "healing", the Labour politician...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 

Gary Barlow: Since I Saw You Last – review

Buy it from Buy the CD Download as MP3 Gary Barlow Since I Saw You Last Polydor Group 2013 There's something almost awe-inspiring and wonderful in how unassailably uncool Gary Barlow – the Just for Men handsome, blandly genial X Factor judge and...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
On my radar: Alan Davies's cultural highlights

On my radar: Alan Davies's cultural highlights

Alan Davies: 'I was totally engrossed in it [Friday Night Lights]. To the point where my wife thought I had some terrible crush on one of the main male characters.' Photograph: John Alex Maguire/Rex Features Writer, actor and comedian Alan Davies is...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 

Borgen recap: season three, episodes three and four

Link to video: Borgen creator Adam Price on series three, episodes three and four: 'I'm not the monster who wants to destroy Danish pork production' SPOILER ALERT: This is for people watching Borgen at BBC4 pace. Don't read on if you haven't seen...

Guardian, 00:10 in Showbiz
 

West Ham 0 Chelsea 3: Frankly, it's too easy! Lampard returns to haunt former club (again) with two goals...

71 View comments Frank Lampard tasted fresh freedom, scored his first goals for ten league matches and reignited his "bromance' with Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. As for Sam Allardyce, there was no outward display of affection towards any of the...

Daily Mail, 00:17 in Sport
 

THE FOOTBALL GRAPEVINE: Ronaldo's United move isn't dead yet, Benteke could be the answer to Arsene's...

David Moyes' admission that Manchester United still believe they can lure Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford should not surprise Grapevine readers. And while the prospect of a move being achieved in January is highly unlikely, a deal after next...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
 

Photographer wins $1.2 million from companies that took pictures off Twitter

The jury found that Agence France-Presse and Getty Images willfully violated the Copyright Act when they used photos Daniel Morel took in his native Haiti after the 2010 earthquake that killed more than 250,000 people, Morel's lawyer, Joseph Baio,...

 

I can now see how wrong I was to harass referees

0 View comments When I was playing, I was a pain in the backside to referees. I was one of the narkiest, most unreasonable players imaginable. I was continually on to them throughout the match, always appealing for every single decision and always...

Daily Mail, 00:40 in Sport
 

We definitely have character to bounce back from first Test mauling

As we left The Oval in August after our 3-0 Ashes triumph, I thought that while we fully deserved the win and the margin of victory, we had to make significant improvements in our performance if we were to win the series out here. Australia have...

Daily Mail, 00:40 in Sport
 

City boss Pellegrini blames focus on attack for their inconsistent form

Manuel Pellegrini has blamed Manchester City's inconsistent form on them playing a more attacking style than they did under his predecessor, Roberto Mancini. And City's Chilean manager vowed not to change his ways against Spurs on Sunday. Duo: Sergio...

Daily Mail, 00:40 in Sport
 


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