News archive from 26 March 2018

Declan Donnelly spotted for first time since baby news emerges as he confirms wife Ali Astall is pregnant

Declan Donnelly spotted for first time since baby news emerges as he confirms wife Ali Astall is pregnant

What a week for Dec Donnelly! That Saturday Night Takeaway host has been spotted amid quite the week, after it was confirmed today he was expecting his first child with wife Ali Astall. The host, 42, told excited fans and well-wishes the news ‘sneaked...

Metro, 00:03 in Showbiz
 
Amanda Ruben's lamb shoulder and fig crostata - recipe

Amanda Ruben's lamb shoulder and fig crostata - recipe

Known for the popular Miss Ruben’s canteen in Melbourne, chef Amanda Ruben creates banquets of food for everyone to share. In her words, “It’s no coincidence that a cookbook of mine is called Feasting. I don’t know any other way to cook or eat.”...

 

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May must consider tax rises to fund NHS and social care, say MPs

May must consider tax rises to fund NHS and social care, say MPs

Theresa May is under mounting pressure to consider tax rises to fund Britain’s creaking health and social care system, as a group of high-powered MPs on Monday call for a new commission to recommend money-raising measures. Among the signatories to a...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 

England's imminent return to the north stems from Sale and Newcastle's top four march... the RFU are...

What a time for this code of rugby in the north. Good news is stacking up courtesy of the region's two leading clubs and a new, inclusive outlook from the RFU. Sale ran riot against Worcester to climb towards the Premiership play-off zone. Newcastle...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

League One verdict: Paul Hurst makes doubters look daft as Scunthorpe chief Peter Swann and the club's fans...

After another busy weekend of League Two action, Sportsmail's TOM FARMERY reflects on the thrills and spills...    HERO OF THE WEEK — Paul Hurst (Shrewsbury manager) The Shrewsbury boss was frustrated after a radio discussion didn’t include his side...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

League Two verdict: Jack Lester's Chesterfield are primed for relegation scrap and three points behind...

After another busy weekend of League Two action, Sportsmail's TOM FARMERY reflects on the thrills and spills...    HERO OF THE WEEK — Jack Lester (Chesterfield manager) Chesterfield’s survival fight starts here. Lester’s side were six points behind...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Paul Smyth aiming to carve out place in Northern Ireland squad after netting winner on debut against South...

Paul Smyth has promised more somersaults if he secures a place in Northern Ireland's senior squad following his sensational debut against South Korea.  The little QPR striker scored the winning goal just four minutes after coming on as a late...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

'Grid kids' era starts in Melbourne at Australian Grand Prix... but the selection was hardly ethnically...

Formula One's new politically correct post-grid girl world began in Melbourne on Sunday, but the sport's rulers might still be getting a memo from Lewis Hamilton. The 'girls' were replaced by 'grid kids', in this case young karters drawn from...

Daily Mail, 00:10 in Sport
 
Children in the north of England ‘left behind’ at school

Children in the north of England ‘left behind’ at school

Children in the north of England are falling behind because of a ‘double whammy of entrenched deprivation and poor schools’, a study has concluded. Pupils in the North West, North East and Yorkshire and the Humber are less likely to do well in...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 
Tony Blair steps up call for a second EU referendum

Tony Blair steps up call for a second EU referendum

Tony Blair is expected to step up the call for a second EU referendum and call the Government’s Brexit strategy ‘dangerously irresponsible’ in a speech to Westminster. The former prime minister will argue that Theresa May is trying to avoid spelling...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 

Cumbria given £2.9m to help beat pothole crisis following bad winter

Cumbria's pothole crisis has been given a welcome boost from the Government to the tune of almost £2.9m. Potholes and the condition of the county's roads are some of the biggest bugbears for motorists with the harsh winter adding to the problem. With...

 
Stormy Daniels: I was told to 'leave Trump alone' in parking lot threat

Stormy Daniels: I was told to 'leave Trump alone' in parking lot threat

Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who alleges she had sex with Donald Trump in 2006, claimed on Sunday night that she was threatened with physical violence after she first attempted to go public with the story by a man who told her: “Leave Trump...

 

Dillian Whyte wants fight with Deontay Wilder after coming back to a position as No 1 contender for the WBC...

The fighter can be forgiven for the extravagance of his celebrations after he clambered over a human punch bag into contention for a shot at the world heavyweight title. The promoter, likewise, has a job to do in marketing to the maximum the exploits...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 
Scouts pay out £42,000 over 11-year-old's autism claim

Scouts pay out £42,000 over 11-year-old's autism claim

An 11-year-old boy has received £42,000 in compensation after his family said his cub scout group discriminated against him for having autism. Ben Gleeson joined a group in Hertfordshire in 2015, but was later told he could not go to camps or take...

BBC, 00:16 in Regional
 


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