News archive from 25 November 2015

Canada will take extra time bringing in Syrian refugees in order to 'do it right'

Canada’s new Liberal government has announced that it will not meet its target of bringing 25,000 Syrian refugees into the country by the end of this year – but pledged to resettle the full number by February with a focus on accepting families, women...

 
Bury 1 Scunthorpe United 2: League One match report

Bury 1 Scunthorpe United 2: League One match report

Manager David Flitcroft admitted his frustration as Bury conceded a late winner in a game they should have won. Scunthorpe took the lead with a 12th-minute penalty by Paddy Madden and then it was end-to-end stuff at Gigg Lane. Leon Clarke had a host...

 

Arsenal target Daniele Rugani handing in Juventus transfer request to force move - report

Arsenal target Daniele Rugani handing in Juventus transfer request to force move - report gossip Jamie Sanderson for Metro.co.uk Arsenal target Daniele Rugani is ready to hand in a transfer request to seal a move away in January, according to...

Metro, 00:05 in Sport
 
Autumn Statement 2015: Osborne to pledge £150m for northern Oyster card

Autumn Statement 2015: Osborne to pledge £150m for northern Oyster card

The Chancellor is today expected to announce £150m in new cash to start rolling out an ‘Oyster card for the north’. It is understood George Osborne will promise to make smart ticketing across trains, buses and trams a reality for the ‘Northern...

 

Barbra Streisand and Steven Spielberg awarded presidential medal of freedom

Barbra Streisand, Steven Spielberg and Gloria Estefan were among the honorees awarded the presidential medal of freedom at the White House on Tuesday. Barack Obama presented the nation’s highest civilian honor to 17 people in celebration of the...

 
Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini: We face a tough task to beat Olympiakos

Arsenal's Mathieu Flamini: We face a tough task to beat Olympiakos

The Gunners take on the Greeks in a fortnight's time and must defeat the Super League champions by two clear goals in order to reach the knockout stages of the Champions League for the 16th season in a row. Flamini, who filled in for the injured...

Daily Star, 00:11 in Sport
 

George Osborne's spending review cuts to hit social care and police

George Osborne will announce big cuts in spending for the police, social care, local government, further education, renewable energy and welfare as he is forced to finally spell out how he plans to have reduced spending in key government departments...

 

Developing countries will need $270bn more to adapt to climate change – study

Developing countries will have to pay $270bn extra each year to adapt to the impacts of climate change if global pledges to cut greenhouse gas emissions do not increase, according to a new report by Oxfam. Plans submitted by more than 170 countries...

 
PSV boss hoping Man United fans will go easy on Luke Shaw's leg breaker in European clash

PSV boss hoping Man United fans will go easy on Luke Shaw's leg breaker in European clash

Manchester United face PSV in their reverse Champions League fixture needing the three points to stay top of their tight group. Earlier this season, England full-back Shaw broke his leg in two places following a tackle by PSV defender Moreno. The...

Daily Star, 00:15 in Sport
 
Success for five north Northumberland businesses at tourism awards

Success for five north Northumberland businesses at tourism awards

Five tourism businesses from north Northumberland won gold at last night's North East Tourism Awards 2015. And it included a double victory for St Cuthbert’s House B&B, in Seahouses, which won Bed & Breakfast/Guest Accommodation of the Year...

 
Massive housebuilding programme to end 'crisis in home ownership' in George Osborne's Autumn Statement

Massive housebuilding programme to end 'crisis in home ownership' in George Osborne's Autumn Statement

The biggest home-building programme in a generation will be launched by Chancellor George Osborne in his Autumn Statement. Mr Osborne will promise to build 400,000 new homes in his spending review - but the focus will be on properties to purchase at a...

 
Smyths Toys Superstores begin Black Friday deals

Smyths Toys Superstores begin Black Friday deals

Parents looking to grab a Christmas bargain will be pleased to know Smyths Toys Superstores are starting their Black Friday sale on Tuesday November 24 – three days ahead of the Friday event. Saving include 20 per cent off all LEGO City products, 3...

 

Argos Black Friday 2015 starts with deals on iPhones, GoPros, TVs and Samsung Galaxys

The retailer is offering a number of competitive deals including savings of up to £100 on iPhones, £140 off GoPros and £100 off Cannon cameras. There are also sales on LED TVs, Samsung Galaxy and Beats headphones, as well as 60 per cent off jewellery...

 

Hungarian police says four arrested on way to Budapest with explosives

Hungarian anti-terrorist police have said they detained four people last week heading to the capital with explosives in their car and found a bomb-making laboratory Security has been tightened for senior officials entitled to “top protection”, the...

 

Last-minute reprieve for disabled man facing hanging in Pakistan

Plans to execute a a disabled man at dawn on Wednesday morning have been stayed with hours to go by the government of Pakistan, according to his lawyers. The execution of Abdul Basit, a paraplegic man, has already been postponed several times after...

 


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