News archive from 27 April 2018

England's Eoin Morgan confident World Cup has long-term future despite thriving Twenty20 format

Eoin Morgan has insisted the 2019 Cricket World Cup will not be the last 50-over global showdown. Tournament organisers announced the fixture schedule on Thursday, with the first batch of 800,000 tickets going on sale next month. Captain Morgan...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

Jack Wilshere's contract limbo at Arsenal has been the making of him... he's now ready to succeed elsewhere

It’s unlikely to be enough, of course. You suspected the belligerence and sheer doggedness of Atletico Madrid would prevail in the end, a team fashioned in the image of their manager, Diego Simeone. Arsenal, by contrast look as though they will exit...

Daily Mail, 00:05 in Sport
 

John Legend and Kanye West clash as singer urges rapper to ‘reconsider aligning with Trump’

John Legend and Kanye West have had a bit of a tête-à-tête that quickly turned public today, over the rapper’s controversial Trump thoughts, and tweets, and hats. It comes as 40-year-old Kanye wore a Make America Great Again (MAGA) hat made popular...

Metro, 00:07 in Showbiz
 

Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi works on ankle injury in rehab pool at Stamford Bridge as he bids to be fit...

Michy Batshuayi is stepping up his attempts to be fit for the 2018 World Cup.  Batshuayi is back at Chelsea's training ground after his season-long loan to Borussia Dortmund was cut short owing to ankle ligament damage. The Belgian striker faces a...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 
Alexandre Lacazette: Maybe I want Europa League final most of all Arsenal players

Alexandre Lacazette: Maybe I want Europa League final most of all Arsenal players

In Arsene Wenger’s final ever hope European game in charge, the Gunners hosted Atletico Madrid at the Emirates. An early red card for the visitors was and dismissal to the stands for Diego Simeone had Arsenal in control. And Lacazette gave them a...

Daily Star, 00:10 in Sport
 
Alberto Fujimori: Peru ex-president faces forced sterilisation charges

Alberto Fujimori: Peru ex-president faces forced sterilisation charges

Charges are set to be reissued against Peru's former President Alberto Fujimori, over the alleged forced sterilisation of five women during his time in office. Three of his former health ministers will also be indicted, the country's chief prosecutor...

BBC, 00:15 in World News
 
Rail passengers pay price for broken franchising system, say MPs

Rail passengers pay price for broken franchising system, say MPs

The rail franchising system is broken and passengers are paying the price, a cross-party committee of MPs has concluded. A scathing report by MPs on the public accounts committee said the government’s management of two major franchises was “completely...

 
Fracking may have caused South Korean earthquake – study

Fracking may have caused South Korean earthquake – study

One of South Korea’s largest earthquakes on record may have been caused by hydraulic fracturing – or fracking – according to a study published on Friday in the journal Science. A magnitude-5.5 earthquake hit the south-eastern city of Pohang on 15...

 
Whirlpool and retailers selling its tumble dryers 'give poor safety advice'

Whirlpool and retailers selling its tumble dryers 'give poor safety advice'

The white goods manufacturer Whirlpool and retailers selling its products are failing to give correct safety information to customers affected by tumble dryers at risk of catching fire, a consumer group has warned. Which? said its undercover...

Guardian, 00:23 in Business
 

Fracking caused 2017 earthquake, study finds

An earthquake in South Korea that injured nearly 100 people and caused millions of pounds of damage was likely to have been caused by nearby fracking operations, according to new international research. Fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, involves...

 

How to quit smoking - plus the change that happens to your body just 20mins after your last cigarette

Many people try to give up smoking to improve their health – but it can be difficult without help and support. We have teamed up with LloydsPharmacy for its Need-to- know health campaign which aims to make patients more aware of the support services...

 

Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrates Bakary Sako's birthday with Crystal Palace stars

Arsenal and Crystal Palace may be rival clubs from the opposite sides of London - but their players are much closer.  Bakary Sako, winger for the Eagles, celebrated his birthday on Thursday along with two footballing friends.  As well as Palace team...

Daily Mail, 00:30 in Sport
 

Judd Trump survives Crucible scare to overcome Chris Wakelin and reach last 16 at World Championship

Judd Trump survived a major Crucible scare as he fended off former supermarket delivery driver Chris Wakelin in a Betfred World Championship thriller. The popular Bristolian won 10-9 in a gripping late-night finish as Wakelin fell agonisingly short of...

Daily Mail, 00:30 in Sport
 

Tiger Woods plans to play next two events on PGA Tour including the prestigious Players Championship

Tiger Woods announced on Thursday that he will play the next two events on the PGA Tour - the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina and the Players Championship in Florida. The Players Championship entry is hardly a surprise, given that he has...

Daily Mail, 00:30 in Sport
 
Rail passengers suffer 'misery' say MPs

Rail passengers suffer 'misery' say MPs

The government's management of two of the UK's biggest rail franchises has been "completely inadequate", a report by MPs claims. The Public Accounts Committee said that a "catalogue of failures" by the Department for Transport,...

BBC, 00:32 in Business
 


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