News archive from 26 May 2012

Millionaire's daughter Laura Johnson jailed for driving London rioters

Millionaire's daughter Laura Johnson jailed for driving London rioters

At a trial last month, the 20-year-old was convicted of a burglary at Comet on Greenwich Peninsula and of handling stolen goods from a looted Currys store at Stone Lake Retail Park, Charlton. The court heard the University of Exeter student, who is...

Metro, 22:06 in Hot News
 
MORSI AND SHAFIQ 'WIN RUN-OFF SPOT'

MORSI AND SHAFIQ 'WIN RUN-OFF SPOT'

Results compiled on Friday from all of Egypt's 27 provinces show the two in a very tight race, with Morsi in the lead with 25% of the votes. The results have Shafiq, who served as ousted president Hosni Mubarak's last prime minister, close behind with...

 

Nelson building firm to ‘revive revenues’

By Tyrone Marshall, Reporter REVENUE at Nelson’s Barnfield Construction fell by £3.2million, the firm has revealed in its annual accounts. But bosses said a flurry of contracts won this year will help the firm recover. The developer, which has a...

 

Nelson building firm to ‘revive revenues’

By Tyrone Marshall, Reporter REVENUE at Nelson’s Barnfield Construction fell by £3.2million, the firm has revealed in its annual accounts. But bosses said a flurry of contracts won this year will help the firm recover. The developer, which has a...

 

Olympic Torch lights up Wales

Grand Slam rugby hero Sam Warburton helped to light up Wales during the Olympic Torch's first "amazing day" in the country. Thousands of people lined the streets in cities, towns and villages as the flame was carried by a selection of...

Daily Post, 22:18 in Sport
 
Troubled Bankia asks for 19bn euro bailout from Spanish government

Troubled Bankia asks for 19bn euro bailout from Spanish government

The development came on a day when fears about the debt crisis in Spain, and the impact it could have on the eurozone, continued to grow. Shares in Bankia, Spain's fourth largest bank, were suspended on Friday after its board revealed it planned to...

Metro, 22:18 in Hot News
 

Hearing over Caffe Nero's fight to continue trading

Caffe Nero’s fight to continue trading in Skipton will be decided following a public hearing next week. The national chain opened without planning permission at the corner of Sheep Street last year. Its application to Craven District Council, made...

 

Olympic Torch lights up Wales

Grand Slam rugby hero Sam Warburton helped to light up Wales during the Olympic Torch's first "amazing day" in the country. Thousands of people lined the streets in cities, towns and villages as the flame was carried by a selection of...

People, 22:25 in Sport
 

Hodgson might gamble on Welbeck

England coach Roy Hodgson has indicated he may be prepared to make an exception to his plan not to take injured players to Euro 2012 in order to squeeze Danny Welbeck into his squad. The Manchester United forward has not played a competitive match...

 
30,000 are let down by NHS diabetes care

30,000 are let down by NHS diabetes care

It found between 70 and 80 percent of the estimated 16,000 Potteries patients were at a bigger risk of complications such as blindness, limb amputations and liver damage because of the failings. Meanwhile, just 20 PCTs were doing worse than the...

 

Treasury backs off from selling stake in National Air Traffic Services

A proposed £1bn sale by the Government of its 49 per cent stake in the National Air Traffic Services is understood to have stalled. The Treasury is believed to be backing off the idea of selling the air traffic control provider amid fears that German...

 
London Whale that scuppered JP Morgan big fish Jamie Dimon's reputation

London Whale that scuppered JP Morgan big fish Jamie Dimon's reputation

No bank in America evokes such reverence as JP Morgan. Established more than a century ago, it has carefully built on the solid reputation of its founder John Pierpont Morgan, cultivating an image of exclusivity and probity that has set it apart from...

 

MARKET REPORT: Cape's crusade burns investors

Stop me if you've heard this one before. An industrial services firm issues a profit warning after taking a charge on delayed contracts in a foreign country. Sound familiar? It will to investors in Lamprell, which lost more than 60 per cent of its...

 

ALEX BRUMMER: Britain will keep ruling over skies as Government set to ditch NATS sale

George Osborne and the Treasury now have the first opportunity to draw a line in the sand over overseas ownership of the nation's infrastructure. After the debacle of Ferrovial's ownership of BAA and foreign control over four of our big six...

 

Sly Bailey's exit at Trinity Mirror hastened as Sir Ian Gibson quits

The departure of Trinity Mirror's chief executive Sly Bailey was hastened last night after the group unexpectedly replaced its chairman. Bailey, whose decade-long career at the media group coincided with the decimation of its share price, resigned...

 


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