News archive from 26 November 2017, page 10

OAP 'loses £150k' after investing in company using money-saving expert Martin Lewis in advert

OAP 'loses £150k' after investing in company using money-saving expert Martin Lewis in advert

A pensioner has told how she lost £150,000 after investing with a firm who falsely claimed to be backed by consumer champion Martin Lewis. Diana Bundy, 70, ploughed her life savings into a scheme with trading company Stern Options. The firm are listed...

 

Sir Chris Hoy says he felt 'robbed of bonding' with his premature son

Sir Chris Hoy has revealed the birth of new baby Chloe made him realise the toll his son Callum’s fight for life took on him and wife Sarra. The Olympic legend says he felt robbed of bonding properly with first-born Callum, who arrived 11 weeks...

 
Wife of Celtic and Scotland keeper Craig Gordon kicks-off divorce proceedings after eight-year marriage ends

Wife of Celtic and Scotland keeper Craig Gordon kicks-off divorce proceedings after eight-year marriage ends

The wife of Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon has started divorce proceedings against the footballer. It emerged last month that the Scotland star was dating the club’s former TV presenter, Summer Harl, 28. At the same time, Gordon confirmed that his...

 
Top firearms cops suspended in crime and misconduct probe

Top firearms cops suspended in crime and misconduct probe

The head of Scotland’s armed police and his deputy can today be named as two of the senior officers accused in a crime and misconduct probe. Superintendent Kirk Kinnell, 50, and Chief Inspector Bob Glass were suspended alongside their boss Assistant...

 
Ex-Rangers owner Craig Whyte's new book about disastrous Ibrox reign enrages his father-in-law

Ex-Rangers owner Craig Whyte's new book about disastrous Ibrox reign enrages his father-in-law

The father-in-law of ex-Rangers owner Craig Whyte has hit out at the businesman’s plans to publish a book and claims he’s failed to support his children. Whyte is set to release an account of his controversial time in charge of the Ibrox club which...

 
Banker shot dead on doorstep 'could have been spared if he'd agreed to gunman's terms'

Banker shot dead on doorstep 'could have been spared if he'd agreed to gunman's terms'

The gunman who murdered banker Alistair Wilson did not plan to kill him, according to a new theory on the unsolved case. Ex-detective Peter Bleksley has uncovered startling information that suggests Alistair was not meant to die the night he was shot...

 
Did Willian mean his goal? Chelsea star reveals truth behind equaliser against Liverpool

Did Willian mean his goal? Chelsea star reveals truth behind equaliser against Liverpool

Liverpool were heading for all three points after Mohamed Salah’s opening goal midway through the second half gave them a 1-0 lead. Jurgen Klopp took a risk by dropping Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino for the clash while Antonio Conte opted for a more...

 
Seoul to introduce new combat uniforms amid World War 3 tensions with North Korea

Seoul to introduce new combat uniforms amid World War 3 tensions with North Korea

It is hoped that the high-tech uniform will help ground troops adjust more readily to the challenges of modern warfare. Designers are aiming for the new uniform to maximise troops' camouflaging and bolster the reputation of South Korean forces. The...

 

Revealed: Mad impatient drivers do ANYTHING to get past bin lorries

Almost 30,000 incidents are being reported A MONTH by bin men who fall victim to motorists using pavements to get past lorries pulled roadside as they do their job. The footage above shows some of the incidents where bin men have been hit or has a...

 

Watch: Teenage train-surfers dice with death

Two teenagers who diced with death by 'train-surfing' have avoided an immediate jail sentence. Harris Ahmed, aged 18 of The Warren, Manor Park and a 16-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, climbed between train carriages in what police...

 

Watch: Five times bubbly Brummie Alison Hammond made us laugh out loud

National treasure Alison Hammond regularly has This Morning audiences in hysterics with her hilariously informal interview style. The 42-year-old Brummie shot to fame when she entered the Big Brother house in 2002 and was the second housemate to be...

 

We asked Hull City Council how much Hull Fair makes - here's what they said

It has been a staple of Hull's calendar year for more than seven centuries, and attracts hundreds of thousands to our city. The superb Hull Fair lit up the city more than ever this year with an incredible array of rides, thrills and fair food. But how...

 
How to stay safe from crime whilst Christmas shopping

How to stay safe from crime whilst Christmas shopping

Christmas markets spring up across the country and the high street seeing a surge in visitors, shoppers are being warned not to leave themselves vulnerable to theft this Christmas. The Christmas season has traditionally been a period where certain...

 

The worst Hull streets for violence, burglary and vehicle crime

There has been a decrease in crime in Hull but a spike in vehicle offences and burglary, latest figures reveal. There has been a huge drop in violent crimes by more than 100, while public order offences were also down, according to the police.uk...

 
Smacking makes children more badly behaved

Smacking makes children more badly behaved

Smacking your child makes them behave more badly, a new study has warned. Children who are smacked before they are five have more behavioural problems between the ages of six and eight than those spared the rod. Those who were physically punished...

 


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