News archive from 26 October 2013

Piece of cake! KO king Wilder wants to devour Klitschkos... then gobble up Fury

Deontay Wilder is finding life such a breeze in the heavyweight division that he could afford to eat cake as he weighed in for his latest fight. The knockout sensation has stopped all 29 of his opponents and returns to the ring against Nicolai Firtha...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Silva and Aguero are flying, Oscar and Torres are purring... we could be in for a classic when Man City...

What a game we have in prospect at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Manuel Pellegrini's City side are starting to purr while Chelsea are getting better and better under Jose Mourinho. Both sides had their struggles early in the season but they now look more...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 
William Vows To Take Baby To Watch Aston Villa

William Vows To Take Baby To Watch Aston Villa

Prince William has said that his young son is likely to follow in his footsteps as an Aston Villa supporter. William made the claim in a video recorded ahead of a gala this evening to mark the 150th anniversary of the Football Association. In the...

 
Scotland dodges blow as deal saves big refinery, plant

Scotland dodges blow as deal saves big refinery, plant

Operator Ineos said it would continue to operate the Grangemouth petrochemical plant and refinery after the Unite union agreed to a three-year pay freeze and a cut in pension benefits and pledged not to strike for three years. Britain and Scotland...

Reuters, 00:16 in Business
 
Saturated fat to be cut in chocolate products, makers pledge

Saturated fat to be cut in chocolate products, makers pledge

A Kit Kat bar. Photograph: Chris North/PA Kit Kats and Oreos will become healthier, the government will say on Saturday, announcing that the companies which make them have signed up to a "responsibility pledge" to cut the saturated fat the...

Guardian, 00:17 in Health
 

MPs warned over phone-hack comments

Politicians at Westminster have been warned not to comment in public on upcoming trials over newspaper phone hacking. The coming week will see former Downing Street director of communications Andy Coulson and ex-News International chief executive...

 

Guantanamo lawyers want Obama to declassify CIA prison program

In a letter made public on Friday, the lawyers asked the president to release potentially mitigating information that could spare the defendants from execution if they are convicted on charges of hijacking, terrorism and murdering nearly 3,000...

 

How growing up poor affects your brain: Children with difficult childhoods struggle to handle their...

36 View comments Growing up poor and stressed can damage the brain for life by affecting how a person deals with emotions. American researchers have found that children who had a lower family income at the age of nine reacted differently to negative...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Health
 

Don't blame poor parenting for tearaway kids - bad behaviour could be down to a child's GENES

Many parents worry their child's bad behaviour is a result of their parenting mistakes, but new research suggests this may not be the case. A study found that some children are genetically predisposed to behavioural problems. The research shows that...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Health
 

Major new hurdle in the hunt for an AIDS cure: Research shows dangerous 'dormant' HIV remains in the body...

1 View comments A cure for HIV could be further away than scientists had hoped, new research suggests. Researchers discovered that dormant HIV lingers in the body even after seemingly successful treatment. This dormant HIV is now known to pose a far...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Health
 

Washing your hands makes you HAPPIER: Cleaning boosts our confidence and washes away feelings of failure

It seems you really can wash away your pain, as the song lyrics go. A new study has found that the ritual of cleaning makes us more optimistic after failure. Dr Kai Kaspar, from the University of Cologne, examined how physical cleansing affects us...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Health
 

The day James tried to strangle me, by Olympic star's wife: Terrible legacy of crash that nearly killed...

The wife of Olympic rower James Cracknell has told of the moment she thought he was going to kill her. Beverley Turner says the gold medallist tried to strangle her during an argument in the months following a cycling accident that nearly killed...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Health
 

Old foe Pellegrini's big spending City MUST win the Premier League, teases Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has never been particularly kind about Manuel Pellegrini. When he succeeded the Chilean at Real Madrid in 2010, Mourinho said disparagingly that he would never follow in his predecessor's footsteps and leave the Bernabeu for a small...

Daily Mail, 00:29 in Sport
 

Mexican billionaire Slim ups stake in America Movil

Slim's indirect stake in America Movil, including shares held through these companies, effectively increased from 15.2 percent since the last filing in July. His direct holding of America Movil shares did not change. Shares of America Movil, which...

Reuters, 00:32 in Business
 

That's one way to get pumped up for a match... Lukaku breaks PlayStation controller after losing on FIFA 14...

In preparation for taking out his anger on Aston Villa's defence on Saturday, Everton striker Romelu Lukaku decided to smash up a Playstation controller after losing to his team-mate at FIFA 14. Lukaku was defeated by his compatriot Kevin Mirallas,...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 


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