News archive from 26 March 2017

Shan Saba: Agencies have vital role in ending slavery

The words “modern slavery” should have no place in 21st century Britain – or, indeed, in any other country. It should, literally, be inconceivable. But, to our shame, it does exist. Prime Minister Theresa May hit the nail on the head when introducing...

Scotsman, 00:04 in Business
 
After healthcare flop, White House seeks help from Congress on tax

After healthcare flop, White House seeks help from Congress on tax

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Saturday blamed the U.S. Congress for thwarting a Republican plan to overhaul healthcare law, but acknowledged that the White House will need to work with lawmakers to accomplish its next set of legislative plans....

 

Stressed psychiatric nurses ‘suffer anxiety disorder’

Pioneering research carried out by psychologists at the University of Dundee has uncovered a direct link between anxiety disorder and a sense of not belonging to a group – among psychiatric nurses. A team of researchers led by Professor Fabio Sani,...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Health
 

War veteran losing his locks for a good cause

A King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry veteran will shave his locks off for a cause close to his heart. Tickhill's Gary Dickinson will donate the money made by the shave to a memorial in Doncaster for the work he and his colleagues did in the...

 

Euan McColm: Labour fails to grasp the wonder of Woolies

It was always there, meeting my ever-changing demands. It satisfied my cravings for sugar and 7” singles, it supplied a cutlery “tree” for my first flat, and it was the source of last-minute presents for elderly relatives. Like countless others, I...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Hot News
 

Dani Garavelli: Mother’s Day can’t make up for the other 364

Before I start carping, I should point out that I like being a mother as much as the next person. As long as the next person is Medea. Only joking, kids. That’s the great thing about teenagers; they appreciate snark. The not-so-great thing is that, by...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Hot News
 

The heart map that can keep you off the road to a coronary: Scanner is helping doctors spot dangerously...

A scanner that can produce a detailed 3D computer 'map' of the heart is helping doctors spot dangerously clogged arteries while sparing patients the risk of more invasive traditional testing methods. The images are so accurate that they can help...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Health
 
Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon: It's time to unleash Celtic six

Scotland goalkeeper Craig Gordon: It's time to unleash Celtic six

The Hoops are unbeaten domestically as they fly high at the top of the Scottish Premiership, close in on the treble and reach the Champions League. Scotland boss Strachan named Gordon, Scott Brown, Leigh Griffiths, Kieran Tierney, James Forrest and...

Daily Star, 00:06 in Sport
 
The Night Manager stars agree to reprise roles in BBC hit thriller sequel

The Night Manager stars agree to reprise roles in BBC hit thriller sequel

Hugh Laurie, Tom Hiddleston and Olivia Colman “all want to do a second series”, according to an insider. Hiddleston and Laurie had previously indicated their interest but this is the first time Broadchurch’s Colman has been officially linked to a...

 
EastEnders spoiler: Will Michelle's EXPLOSIVE secret be forgiven by the Fowlers?

EastEnders spoiler: Will Michelle's EXPLOSIVE secret be forgiven by the Fowlers?

As Michelle’s (played by Jenna Russell) world comes crashing down around her, Bex (Jasmine Armfield) struggles to come to terms with the fact Michelle was sleeping with Preston Cooper (Martin Anzor) behind her back. The scenes, set to air this week,...

 
The Crown’s John Lithgow: Meeting Prince Charles left me terrified

The Crown’s John Lithgow: Meeting Prince Charles left me terrified

John Lithgow portrayed the wartime leader in the first series of the drama The Crown and has filmed an appearance for the second.  The US actor revealed that his role in the dramatised story of the Queen’s life brought him into contact with royalty. ...

 
TV round-up: Broadchurch, SS-GB and Mary Berry Everyday

TV round-up: Broadchurch, SS-GB and Mary Berry Everyday

It happened when Hardy and Miller (aka your local posh haberdashers) went to investigate a convicted rapist who had moved back into the area.  Nothing wrong with that, only he was played by Horrible Histories’ “George IV” Jim Howick who is fine comedy...

 
Line of Duty season 4: Thandie Newton reveals on set CLASH with creator Jed Mercurio

Line of Duty season 4: Thandie Newton reveals on set CLASH with creator Jed Mercurio

The 44-year-old Westworld star admitted that she knocked heads with Line of Duty creator and director Jed Mercurio a couple of times during filming over her costume and the amount of emotion she put into her performance. Speaking at a recent screening...

 
Debbie Reynolds’ son gives emotional speech about mother’s final words at public memorial

Debbie Reynolds’ son gives emotional speech about mother’s final words at public memorial

Debbie Reynolds’ son gave an emotional speech about his mother’s heartbreak at losing daughter Carrie Fisher at a memorial service for them both. Harry Styles teases solo material release moments after Liam Payne reveals babyHundreds turned out to...

Metro, 00:11 in Showbiz
 

Former Edinburgh Royal Infirmary building in frame to host arts festival

Edinburgh’s historic former Royal Infirmary building could become home to an arts festival – more than a decade after the last patients were treated there. Live music, drama, visual art and poetry events would take place throughout the A-listed...

 


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