News archive from 27 November 2015, page 3

Peter Dutton says he's never texted his chief of staff about official business

The immigration minister, Peter Dutton, says he has never sent a text message to his chief of staff that relates to government business. Unlike the foreign affairs minister, Julie Bishop, it appears Dutton is unlikely to have dallied with emojis....

 

Leicester v Manchester United betting: Preview and best bets as Foxes host United

Leicester v Manchester United betting: Preview and best bets as Foxes host United club metro opinion Jon Harvey for Metro.co.uk Premier League leaders Leicester City host Manchester United on Saturday evening and the top betting tip is for Foxes...

Metro, 00:37 in Sport
 

Amazon Black Friday 2015: The very best deals available on Amazon right now

Amazon Black Friday 2015: The very best deals available on Amazon right now Siam Goorwich for Metro.co.uk Hold onto your hats bargain hunters, Amazon are going in hard for Black Friday 2015. You probably won't be surprised to hear that US e-tailer...

Metro, 00:37 in Lifestyle
 

Pressures on middle earners 'still extreme' following recession

Middle earners have still not recovered from the recession and are falling behind in some key areas of health and education, according to a new report. Leading health expert Professor Sir Michael Marmot said it was important not just to focus on the...

 

Matthew Stafford's five touchdowns send Lions to victory over miserable Eagles

Matthew Stafford and Calvin Johnson combined for one of the best games of their careers, helping the surging Detroit Lions send the Philadelphia Eagles reeling. Stafford tied a career high with five touchdown passes. Three of them were to Johnson, who...

Guardian, 00:45 in Sport
 

Injection to end pain of arthritis: New treatment will stop agony without side-effects

Scientists have developed a pioneering way to deliver drugs directly into cartilage - tissue previously believed to be impenetrable. The treatment uses tiny particles of a patient's own cells to carry the “payload” into affected joints. It would...

 

The doctor will see you... EVENTUALLY – seeing your GP an increasing struggle

Analysis by the National Audit Office (NAO) of access to GPs found that most patients say they can get an appointment but some still struggle to make one. The NAO looked at various datasets covering thousands of patients in England to analyse...

 
Germany 0-0 England: Lionesses hold hosts to goalless draw in Euro 2017 qualifier 

Germany 0-0 England: Lionesses hold hosts to goalless draw in Euro 2017 qualifier 

England Women held European champions Germany to a goalless draw in Duisburg on Thursday. The Lionesses, who defeated Germany to claim bronze at the World Cup in the summer, had to withstand long periods without the ball but neither team created many...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 

Phillip Hughes remembered as '#63notout' before first day-night Test

Related: Phillip Hughes – a life in pictures Cricket fans have paid tribute to the late Test batsman Phillip Hughes on the first anniversary of his death. The 25-year-old cricketer was struck on the head by a short delivery while playing for South...

Guardian, 00:52 in Sport
 

Budget deficit narrowing is manna from heaven for Scott Morrison

The treasurer, Scott Morrison, must be feeling pleased with the recent news on the budget. None is of his own making, but the budget data for the first four months of 2015-16 has the underlying cash deficit running at $1.6bn below the estimate made in...

Guardian, 00:58 in Business
 

More patients having trouble contacting GP on phone, report shows

The number of people who struggle to get through to their GP on the phone is rising, official figures show. An analysis by the National Audit Office of access to GPs found that most patients could get an appointment but the proportion struggling to...

Guardian, 01:04 in Health
 

Unilever aims to use only renewable energy by 2030

Consumer goods maker Unilever (ULVR.L) said it would switch to using only renewable energy by 2030 and would stop using energy from coal by 2020, as businesses jostle to highlight their green credentials ahead of a global climate summit. World leaders...

Reuters, 01:07 in Business
 
Remi Garde gets Aston Villa players in on their day off and says 'a lot of things are not negotiable'

Remi Garde gets Aston Villa players in on their day off and says 'a lot of things are not negotiable'

Remi Garde has told his Aston Villa players that a lot of his management methods are non negotiable after introducing changes to their schedules. Since succeeding Tim Sherwood, Garde has introduced overnight hotel stays before home games and this week...

 
Children's services in Doncaster ‘still not good enough', says watchdog

Children's services in Doncaster ‘still not good enough', says watchdog

CHILDRENS services in a South Yorkshire town which were taken off the local council two years ago because it was found to be failing, remain inadequate according to a new Ofsted report. However Doncaster Council say the report, which is to be...

 

Arsenal scout Thomas Buitink ahead of potential transfer move - report

Arsenal scout Thomas Buitink ahead of potential transfer move - report gossip Will Giles for Metro.co.uk Arsenal have sent scouts to watch Dutch prodigy Thomas Buitink ahead of a potential transfer move, according to reports. Buitink, 15, has scored...

Metro, 01:12 in Sport
 


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