News archive from 28 March 2012

MPs back assisted suicide guidance

Mar 27 2012 MPs have backed the Director of Public Prosecutions over guidance on when to prosecute cases of assisted suicide. The Commons agreed without a vote to endorse Keir Starmer's "realistic and compassionate" guidelines, produced two...

 

Further setbacks for legal aid plan

Mar 27 2012 The Government's controversial cuts to legal aid have continued to take a battering in the House of Lords as peers inflicted a further two defeats on ministers. The reversals take the total number on the Legal Aid, Sentencing and...

 

Sunderland 0 Everton 2: Jelavic joy as Toffees set up Liverpool semi-final date

Just what Kenny Dalglish didn't need: a semi-final showdown with neighbours Everton for the first time in 35 years after they knocked out Sunderland at the Stadium of Light. Everton manager David Moyes has not had much money to spend in his decade at...

Daily Mail, 22:02 in Sport
 
KALOU GIVES BENFICA THE BLUES

KALOU GIVES BENFICA THE BLUES

Makeshift Chelsea put one foot in the Champions League semi-finals as Salomon Kalou secured a 1-0 victory at Benfica. Kalou slid home Fernando Torres' low cross 15 minutes from time after the Blues completely snuffed out their opponents' threat at the...

Daily Star, 22:05 in Sport
 
Five new cadets given cap badge

Five new cadets given cap badge

By Sarah Taylor NEW recruits to the Evesham Army Cadets have taken part in the first county enrolment ceremony for 10 years. The group of five became official cadets as the Mayor of Evesham, Jim Bulman, presented them with their cap badge, welcoming...

 
Thankfully Tottenham and Bolton play out just an ordinary FA Cup tie

Thankfully Tottenham and Bolton play out just an ordinary FA Cup tie

The greatest compliment you could pay to all those who helped Fabrice Muamba to come back from the 78 hours when, in the frank words of the Bolton Wanderers's doctor, Jonathan Tobin, he was "in effect dead" was the sight of a Cup tie played...

Guardian, 22:05 in Sport
 
US colleges tighten test security

US colleges tighten test security

Students taking US college entrance exams this fall will have to submit photo IDs with their applications, a key security upgrade following recent allegations of widespread cheating at a number of schools in New York state, a prosecutor and testing...

 
Spring has come for Ed Miliband

Spring has come for Ed Miliband

On budget day, Ed Miliband had two speeches. The one in his hand assumed that George Osborne would announce (as briefings indicated) a cut in the 50p top rate of income tax. As Osborne got under way, the Labour leader became increasingly nervous and...

Guardian, 22:08 in Politics
 
Tory treasurer Fink left off donor list

Tory treasurer Fink left off donor list

Lord Fink, who resumed his position as Tory party treasurer over the weekend after the resignation of Peter Cruddas, was dubbed a "forgotten donor" on Tuesday night after his name was left off a list of donors invited to Chequers by David...

Guardian, 22:08 in Politics
 
EVERTON ON THEIR WAY TO WEMBLEY

EVERTON ON THEIR WAY TO WEMBLEY

January signing Nikica Jelavic set Everton on the way to an all-Merseyside FA Cup semi-final clash with Liverpool as Sunderland's dream wilted and died after a 2-0 loss at the Stadium of Light. The former Rangers striker fired the visitors ahead 24...

 
SPURS SECURE SEMI-FINAL SPOT

SPURS SECURE SEMI-FINAL SPOT

Tottenham are on their way to Wembley, where they will play Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-final after battling past Bolton 3-1 on an emotional night at White Hart Lane. Bolton had weathered wave after wave of Tottenham attacks, with goalkeeper Adam...

 
KALOU GIVES BENFICA THE BLUES

KALOU GIVES BENFICA THE BLUES

Makeshift Chelsea put one foot in the Champions League semi-finals as Salomon Kalou secured a 1-0 victory at Benfica. Kalou slid home Fernando Torres' low cross 15 minutes from time after the Blues completely snuffed out their opponents' threat at the...

 

Muamba return is unlikely - specialist

A leading heart specialist has cast doubts on whether Bolton midfielder Fabrice Muamba will ever play professional football again. Peter Weissberg, the Medical Director of the British Heart Foundation, believes Muamba's sudden collapse during the FA...

People, 22:14 in Sport
 
Shrewsbury Town game against Port Vale abandoned

Shrewsbury Town game against Port Vale abandoned

Thousands of fans had to be evacuated from the Greenhous Meadow after a small fire caused floodlights to fail during Town's League Two clash with Port Vale. Graham Turner's men were leading 1-0 through a James Collins goal before the game had to be...

 

Firefighters battle to extinguish blaze at a Chester hotel

FIREFIGHTERS battled to control a blaze at a Chester hotel this morning after a porter spotted smoke pouring under a bedroom door.At just after 4am today (Tuesday), firefighters were called to reports of a fire at the Travelodge on Warrington Road,...

 


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