News archive from 27 February 2015

Tim Sherwood challenges Christian Benteke to bag a hat-trick for Aston Villa... and then 'throw the match...

Christian Benteke has been challenged to score a hat-trick and ‘take the match ball home and throw it into people’s faces’. Aston Villa’s misfiring striker has only scored twice in the Barclays Premier League this season after recovering from a...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Diego Costa knows he is a marked man... but Chelsea firebrand insists he will NEVER CHANGE his combative style

Diego Costa is determined to maintain the physical style which made him one of Europe's most feared centre-forwards but he admits the memory of Emre Can and the three-match ban is playing on his mind. Costa agrees with Jose Mourinho, who claimed his...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Glasgow Film Festival Review: The Falling

Carol Morley made a name for herself with Dreams of a Life, a moving documentary about the loneliness of city living and those who fall through society's net. Here, she makes good on the promise shown in that 2011 film with a strange, beguiling drama...

 
Can digital technology help stamp out CV fraud?

Can digital technology help stamp out CV fraud?

Honesty is the best policy. Unless we happen to be talking about CVs and resumes, it seems. In 2014, 63% of all the confirmed employment frauds reported to Cifas, the UK's fraud prevention service, involved people lying about their education, former...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
Nuclear power: Energy for the future or relic of the past?

Nuclear power: Energy for the future or relic of the past?

Those living in Western Europe could be forgiven for thinking nuclear power is a spent force. Overwhelming public opposition has forced Italy to abandon any plans for reigniting its nuclear industry, while Germany is pressing ahead with its long-held...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 
MWC 2015: Are tablets falling out of favour?

MWC 2015: Are tablets falling out of favour?

Not long ago, we were assured the iPad and its ilk were destined to dominate our everyday lives. "Tablets will rule the future," one analyst said three years ago, forecasting sales would swell to 375 million in 2016. Nobody is that bullish...

BBC, 00:10 in Business
 

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare hit by DLC delay with no Exo Zombies on PC until March

It means gamers on the PC will have to wait until March 3 to play the game's first expansion, Havoc. Sledgehammer Games announced the new content would not be launch on the PS4 and PS3 alongside the PC, following an 'unexpected issue' being...

 

Barclays to cut Russian corporate debt from Global Aggregate index

The removal of the debt from six issuers will be done at the end of February during the month-end rebalancing, Barclays said in a research note. The firm said this removal represents $35.8 billion (23.2 billion pounds)in debt outstanding. The market...

Reuters, 00:21 in Business
 
 Frozen out' by Scunthorpe United, Matt Sparrow is looking forward to game time at Cheltenham Town

"Frozen out' by Scunthorpe United, Matt Sparrow is looking forward to game time at Cheltenham Town

MIDFIELDER Matt Sparrow is fully focused on helping Cheltenham Town secure their place in the Football League on the back of his loan move to the struggling League Two club. The 31-year-old, who completed a switch to the south west yesterday, will...

 
TEN missed chances to nail Savile: Hospital bosses ‘blinded’ by fame of rapist DJ

TEN missed chances to nail Savile: Hospital bosses ‘blinded’ by fame of rapist DJ

Repeated allegations were made against the disgraced TV star to nurses at Stoke Mandeville Hospital. One formal complaint of rape and abuse by an 11-year-old girl would have stopped Savile in 1977 if it had been properly handled, investigators...

 
50 Shades of SPRAY: Cinema cleared as woman fan loses all body control

50 Shades of SPRAY: Cinema cleared as woman fan loses all body control

The female viewer, who was reportedly drunk, started vomiting and then went to the toilet in the middle of the packed showing. Paramedics were called in to assist the woman and the smell was so strong the audience had to leave Cineworld in Milton...

 
Fan stand by sex-probe Sir Cliff

Fan stand by sex-probe Sir Cliff

Two new alleged victims have reportedly come forward since police raided the singer's Berkshire mansion six months ago. The swoop followed claims he sexually assaulted a boy under 16 at a religious rally in Sheffi eld in 1985. It is understood not all...

 
Met Office go on strike on the dullest weather forecast

Met Office go on strike on the dullest weather forecast

As a polar front was predicted to sweep across Britain, workers staged a three-hour strike over pay. But it all ended in a bit of a damp squib as bosses said the walkout would have no impact on their forecasts. It was the fi rst industrial action by...

 
We arrested Jihadi John and let him go! How Islamic State's chief executioner got away

We arrested Jihadi John and let him go! How Islamic State's chief executioner got away

Computer nerd Mohammed Emwazi, 27, was questioned by anti-terror officers on three occasions in the same year and MI5 even tried to recruit him as an informant. Despite being on the terror watch list he was able to go off radar and jet to the Middle...

 
Royal Crown exposed! Prince William’s a head-ringer for baldy Uncle Ed in Asia visit

Royal Crown exposed! Prince William’s a head-ringer for baldy Uncle Ed in Asia visit

Royal fans had to look twice at the balding heir, 32, as he seemed to be turning into a lookalike of the Queen's youngest son, 50. But Wills was given some good news shortly after he arrived. He has passed his helicopter pilot exams. Dadofone Wills,...

 


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