News archive from 28 June 2012

Spanish forced to pay for drugs as cuts take toll

"We're revising the financing of a series of drugs with little therapeutic use and for minor ailments. At the same time, we're going to be able to use public financing for new drugs and those with more therapeutic value," Mato said following...

 

Couples and Hulbert handed Ryder roles

American Ryder Cup captain Davis Love has named Fred Couples and Mike Hulbert as two of his vice-captains for this September's match against holders Europe in Chicago. Couples, 52, has led the United States to victory in the last two Presidents Cup...

Daily Post, 22:06 in Sport
 

Duo join list of wantaway players

John Fleck and Juan Manuel Ortiz have added to the steady stream of players leaving Ibrox after objecting to the transfer of their contracts from Rangers to Charles Green's newco. The pair joined Allan McGregor, Steven Davis, Jamie Ness, Kyle...

Daily Post, 22:06 in Sport
 

Police hunting Blackburn window smashers

VANDALS who damaged windows at a housing office in Blackburn are being sought by police. Officers have issued an appeal after more tha £1,000 of damage was caused to Twin Valley Homes at Prospect House in Wharf Street. Pebbles from a grassed area...

 
Death closes busy road

Death closes busy road

A woman has been killed after being hit by a car on a busy Lancashire road. The woman was involved in a collision with a black and orange Honda Civic on Preston New Road at Marton, near Blackpool at 4.30pm on Wednesday. The incident closed the road...

 
RANGERS FANS STAGE TAKEOVER PROTEST

RANGERS FANS STAGE TAKEOVER PROTEST

Former player John Brown led the demonstration outside Ibrox, and called on the fans to "stick together". Brown, who declined to transfer his contract as a scout over to the newco, has urged Green to sell the club to the supporters and plans...

 

Osborne 'cowardly' over fuel U-turn

Chancellor George Osborne has been branded an "arrogant coward" by a Conservative backbencher after sending a junior Treasury minister into the TV studios to defend his £550 million decision to delay the 3p hike in fuel duty. Labour said the...

 

Barclays scandal engulfs industry

The banking industry has been engulfed in a fresh scandal after Barclays paid £290 million to settle claims that it used underhand tactics to try to rig financial markets. The penalties from UK and US regulators, including a record £59.5 million fine...

 

Warsi in 'minor' breach of code

Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi was guilty of only a "minor" breach of the ministerial code in relation to a trip to Pakistan with a business partner, the Prime Minister's adviser on ministerial interests has ruled. Sir Alex...

 

Osborne 'cowardly' over fuel U-turn

Chancellor George Osborne has been branded an "arrogant coward" by a Conservative backbencher after sending a junior Treasury minister into the TV studios to defend his £550 million decision to delay the 3p hike in fuel duty. Labour said the...

 

Barclays scandal engulfs industry

The banking industry has been engulfed in a fresh scandal after Barclays paid £290 million to settle claims that it used underhand tactics to try to rig financial markets. The penalties from UK and US regulators, including a record £59.5 million fine...

 

Warsi in 'minor' breach of code

Conservative Party co-chairman Baroness Warsi was guilty of only a "minor" breach of the ministerial code in relation to a trip to Pakistan with a business partner, the Prime Minister's adviser on ministerial interests has ruled. Sir Alex...

 

Police hunting Blackburn window smashers

VANDALS who damaged windows at a housing office in Blackburn are being sought by police. Officers have issued an appeal after more tha £1,000 of damage was caused to Twin Valley Homes at Prospect House in Wharf Street. Pebbles from a grassed area...

 

CORRECTED-US bars business with four in Hezbollah laundering link

The Treasury Department identified the three men with dual Lebanese-Venezuelan citizenship as Abbas Hussein Harb, Ali Houssein Harb and Kassem Mohamad Saleh. The Lebanese citizen is Ibrahim Chibli. The Treasury Department said the group of men...

 
News Corp board expected to approve split

News Corp board expected to approve split

Most of the board members will meet at News Corp's Sixth Avenue headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, but several will have to phone in to the hastily arranged meeting. Ever unpredictable, Murdoch, after years of resisting calls by some large...

Reuters, 22:16 in Business
 


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