News archive from 25 December 2013

U.S. urges China to implement planned economic reforms

China, a $450 billion market for U.S. goods and services that has become a key source of revenue for some American companies, announced plans last month to steer its economy towards more sustainable growth and liberalize markets. The USTR said the...

 

Middle East Christians remembered

The Archbishop of Westminster urged people to give "a special thought and prayer" to Christians around the world who suffer for their faith. Speaking at Christmas midnight mass, the Most Rev Vincent Nichols told worshippers: "...

 
Storms Wreak Misery And Chaos For Christmas

Storms Wreak Misery And Chaos For Christmas

Tens of thousands of people across the UK are facing a miserable Christmas Day, with flooded homes, no power - and a big struggle to get home because of travel disruption. The death toll from the violent weather rose to five and people heading home...

 

Wrapped up: Lady Victoria Hervey wears tiny wraparound bikini as she spends Christmas Eve on the beach in...

She’s unlikely to be doing much present wrapping this year as she is spending Christmas in Barbados. So Lady Victoria Hervey decided to wrap herself up in a tiny blue wraparound bikini as she hit the beach on Christmas Eve. Showing off her very slim...

 

Lucy Mecklenburgh and Sam Faiers are the perfect stocking fillers as they party on Christmas Eve in similar...

It was a big girls night out on Christmas Eve down Essex way when Sam Faiers, Lucy Mecklenburgh, Ferne McCann and their pals were partying hard at Lot 104 in Brentwood Essex on Christmas Eve. Sam and Lucy even wore similar revealing lace jumpsuits...

 

Bringing Joy To The World: Kelly Brook and Rita Ora share blonde wig as they enjoy impromptu sexy photo...

They have been seen hanging out with each other on a few occasions now, showing off their very opposing styles. But it seems spending time together has rubbed off on Kelly Brook and Rita Ora as they spent Christmas Eve posing up a storm during an...

 

'They just weren't into it anymore': Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes split up 'a few weeks ago after...

Pop stars Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes have decided to call time on their relationship. The couple, who went public with their romance in September after releasing their duet Almost Is Never Enough, broke up a few weeks ago as their relationship...

 

It's a baby photobomb! Una Foden shares selfie of herself and daughter Aoife Belle as they gear up for...

17 View comments Photobombing and taking selfies have arguably been the two biggest photo trends of 2013. And on Tuesday evening Una Foden and her daughter Aoife Belle demonstrated the art of doing both in an adorable picture shared on Instagram. The...

 

Entertainment and arts quiz of 2013: Part one

Do you think you know what happened this year in the world of entertainment? Have a go at the first part of our quiz, which covers January to June, and see how much you remember. The second part of the quiz will be published on 26 December.

BBC, 02:34 in Art & Culture
 
Queen's Speech: Monarch Reflects On 2013

Queen's Speech: Monarch Reflects On 2013

The Queen will reflect on key events of the past 12 months in her traditional Christmas broadcast, including the birth of her great-grandson Prince George and the 60th anniversary of her Coronation. In her message, recorded earlier this month at...

 

Queen reflects on memorable year

The Queen will reflect on prominent events from the past year during her Christmas broadcast - from the service that marked the 60th anniversary of her coronation to the birth of Prince George. The Queen's traditional message to the nation has the...

 
Adverts 'Should Feature More Disabled Children'

Adverts 'Should Feature More Disabled Children'

The owner of the UK's largest child talent and model agency says advertising companies should use disabled youngsters more often in campaigns. Debi Clark has two disabled children on the books of her talent agency Bizzykids. But despite sending their...

 
Archbishop Highlights Plight Of Britain's Poor

Archbishop Highlights Plight Of Britain's Poor

The Archbishop of Canterbury will use his first Christmas Day sermon to highlight the "injustices" facing Britain's poor and victims of conflicts around the world. The Most Rev Justin Welby will call on Christians to challenge the causes of...

 

China names new state assets regulator chief

Zhang was previously SASAC's deputy head, and prior to that had worked as secretary-general for the ruling Communist Party's anti-corruption watchdog. SASAC is a ministerial-level body run by China's cabinet and is directly responsible for more than...

Reuters, 04:13 in Business
 

Petrol station birth appeal made

A couple want to trace the "angel of mercy" who helped deliver their son in the back of a car outside a city petrol station. Nicola McDowall gave birth at the Sainbury's petrol station at Edinburgh's Cameron Toll shopping centre after going...

 


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