News archive from 26 November 2017, page 8

Chelsea were right to let Liverpool star Mohamed Salah leave - Frank Lampard

Chelsea were right to let Liverpool star Mohamed Salah leave - Frank Lampard

That’s the opinion of former midfielder Frank Lampard. The Liverpool star scored the opener in yesterday’s 1-1 draw with the Blues to continue the stunning goalscoring form that’s seen him net 15 times in his first 20 games. The Egyptian winger joined...

Daily Star, 06:08 in Sport
 
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...

 
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...

 
More turning to Citizens Advice for benefits and debt help

More turning to Citizens Advice for benefits and debt help

Almost 5,000 people in Stratford District turned to Citizens Advice South Warwickshire for help over the past year, with benefits, universal credit and debt people’s being users’ top concerns. The organisation’s recent annual general meeting heard...

 

'We are a second half team' Coventry City must prove it in Part Two of the season

MINI MATCH REPORT Coventry City had to settle for their second point in the space of four days after failing to find a way past bottom half Crawley Town at the Ricoh Arena. The Sky Blues managed a low score draw at Stevenage on Tuesday night and hoped...

 
SNES Classic Mini news: Super Nintendo stock update for Cyber Monday 2017

SNES Classic Mini news: Super Nintendo stock update for Cyber Monday 2017

The SNES Classic Mini has seen a spurt of new stock updates arrive this week, in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2017. The biggest of these new launches in the UK was at the official Nintendo Store, where the Mini console returned for several...

 
Lionel Messi: Barcelona are BETTER because Neymar left to join PSG

Lionel Messi: Barcelona are BETTER because Neymar left to join PSG

Paris Saint-Germain caused shockwaves at Barcelona in the summer when they paid £198million to bring Neymar to the French capital. The remainder of the transfer window saw Barcelona desperately trying to spend the money on a replacement. They...

 
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...

 
Energy drinks ‘cause mental health problems and kidney damage’

Energy drinks ‘cause mental health problems and kidney damage’

Children should be banned from buying energy drinks as they can cause high blood pressure, heart problems, obesity and even kidney damage, warns new research. They also fuel risk seeking behaviour such as alcohol and drugs abuse, accidents, violence...

 
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...

 
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...

 
Energy drinks ‘cause mental health problems and kidney damage’

Energy drinks ‘cause mental health problems and kidney damage’

Children should be banned from buying energy drinks as they can cause high blood pressure, heart problems, obesity and even kidney damage, warns new research. They also fuel risk seeking behaviour such as alcohol and drugs abuse, accidents, violence...

 
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...

 
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...

 
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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