News archive from 26 May 2017

GTA 5 Gun Running DLC: First look reveals epic new weaponised vehicles and bases

GTA 5 Gun Running DLC: First look reveals epic new weaponised vehicles and bases

The new GTA 5 Gun Running DLC is being released next month and will allow fans to buy new bases that will unlock special missions and vehicles. These missions look set to mimic the already-established Biker Gang and CEO mechanics, albeit with one...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: A lesson in dark duplicity

Last night's TV reviewed: A lesson in dark duplicity

Actually, if we’re going to quibble about it, James Joyce started it in 1914, with his story collection Dubliners. These had all the hallmarks, the mud, the rain, the drink, the flogging priests and the narrow views.  Paula (BBC2), the first TV series...

 

How I beat cancer: Mother-of-five describes rebuilding her life after horror diagnosis in the wake of a...

The first thought Molly MacDonald had when she was diagnosed with breast cancer was that her children would be better off if she died. A routine mammogram in 2005 revealed signs of breast cancer at a very early stage but she still would need surgery...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

A cure for baldness? Scientists discover immune cells that trigger hair growth - paving the way to a cream...

Scientists have discovered how certain immune cells could be used to cure balding.  The regulatory T-cells, known as 'Tregs', are present throughout our bodies. They control inflammation by ensuring every part of the immune system is running...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Health
 

PCS calls for probe into anti-left plot

Serwotka condemns papers exposing crackdown on Macreadie A PUBLIC inquiry into the Thatcher government’s interference in trade unions could shine a light on “chilling” attempts to take out leftwingers in Civil Service unions, Mark Serwotka said...

 

Bankers prop up Tories with £1.4 million

Tory donations four times greater than Labour CITY bankers and private-sector vultures are bankrolling the Tory election campaign with four times as much cash as the sum received by Labour, new figures showed yesterday. The Tories received a whopping...

 

Academia pay gap ‘will take 40 years to close’

by Felicity Collier THE gender pay gap in academia will take 40 years to close based on current trends, the University and College Union (UCU) warned yesterday. Since 2013-14, the pay gap has remained frozen at around 12 per cent, the union said in a...

 

Trump urges rise in military spending

Alliance leaders stand in silence as US president lectures them US PRESIDENT Donald Trump called on Nato countries to increase military spending yesterday ahead of the Western alliance’s summit in Brussels. Returning to one of his key election...

 

Nato to join air war in Syria and Iraq

NATO’s secretary-general confirmed yesterday that the Western military alliance would join the US-led bombing coalition in Syria and Iraq. Speaking at the Nato summit in Brussels, Jens Stoltenberg confirmed anonymous reports from the day before that...

 

Philippines: Army begins all-out assault on city held by jihadist terrorists

FILIPINO troops began fighting in earnest yesterday to drive their country’s Isis affiliate out of the southern city of Marawi. Backed by tanks and helicopter gunships, soldiers advanced into the city of 200,000 inhabitants on the main southern island...

 

Nicola Sturgeon: Politicians ‘united in defence of democracy’

Nicola Sturgeon has said all General Election campaigners will be “united in defence of our democracy” as the campaigning formally resumes. Political parties across the country suspended campaigns following the Manchester terrorist attack on Monday....

Scotsman, 00:10 in Politics
 

A history of fuelling terror

THERESA MAY has told her Nato allies that the lesson of the Manchester bomb attack is that the alliance must spend more on arms to raise its game against “terrorism.” Her comment exposes the Prime Minister’s inability to examine the causes of jihadist...

 

President Trump and the foot in mouth epidemic

Donald Trump’s dilettante utterances on climate change, evolution theory, and more, debase what little is left of the US’s standing in the world, argues PETER FROST President Trump is many things. He is clearly a racist, a misogynist, a fantasist and...

 

Dean Williams: Socialist, comrade and mentor

OUR dear friend and comrade Dean Williams passed away on May 4, aged 48. For all of those who knew Dean this has been a devastating personal loss. But it is also a huge political loss. The work that Dean has done for the labour movement, the left and...

 

Stoney: Important we beat Scotland

Former England captain chomping at the bit for Euro 2017 Casey Stoney yesterday added spice to England’s Euro 2017 clash with Scotland by insisting it will be a grudge battle in Utrecht. The former England skipper also described her experience of...

 


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