News archive from 28 June 2017

‘Significant’ faecal bacteria found at three major coffee chains

‘Significant’ faecal bacteria found at three major coffee chains

Disturbing levels of faecal bacteria have been found at several high street coffee chains. Researchers visited Costa, Starbucks and Caffé Nero to test them for cleanliness as part of a BBC Watchdog investigation. They swabbed tables, trays and high...

Metro, 00:03 in Hot News
 

RMT: Can unions do more to help workers under stress?

UNIONS should provide counselling so members do not rely on the goodwill of bosses, RMT delegates said yesterday. Reps warned that “less stable” working environments faced by young people would leave them particularly exposed to mental health issues....

 

Mother of man sent 150 miles for care speaks out

THE mother of a man who took his own life after being sent 150 miles from home for mental healthcare spoke out yesterday in the hope that other families don’t have to suffer the same pain. Julie Nancarrow told the British Medical Association...

 

Lammy: Grenfell deaths covered up to avoid riots

THE true number of people killed in the Grenfell Tower disaster may have been covered up due to fears of riots, Labour’s David Lammy suggested yesterday. The Tottenham MP said there was a “gap” between the 79 confirmed dead by authorities and the...

 
Horse Racing Tips: Best bets from Carlisle, Kempton, Bath, Salisbury and more on June 28

Horse Racing Tips: Best bets from Carlisle, Kempton, Bath, Salisbury and more on June 28

CARLISLE 2.00 Tough Remedy 2.30 Move It Move It 3.00 Mukhayyam 3.30 Pensax Boy 4.00 Bahamadam 4.30 Alexandrakollontai 5.00 Hanseatic   KEMPTON ON THE ALL-WEATHER 5.40 Wotadoll 6.10 First Drive 6.40 Mearing 7.10 Robbie Roo Roo 7.40 Mutamid...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

US: Trump displays his affection for Modi

US PRESIDENT Donald Trump welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday, after the US slapped sanctions on Kashmiri separatists. Mr Trump greeted his “true friend” with a warm hug outside the White House. Speaking in the Rose Garden after...

 

Palestine: Hamas slams Israeli ‘lies’ in wake of Gaza air strikes

PALESTINE’S Hamas movement accused Israel of using an alleged Isis attack as a pretext for bombing the besieged Gaza Strip yesterday. The Israeli air force said it had struck two Hamas training sites in Gaza City and Rafah after a rocket was fired...

 
Jack Wilshere to miss Arsenal's pre-season tour of Australia and China

Jack Wilshere to miss Arsenal's pre-season tour of Australia and China

The 25-year-old missed the end of last season while on loan at Bournemouth after suffering a broken leg. He is not expected to recover in time to make the trip to Australia and China, according to the Daily Mail. Wilshere is expected to undergo a scan...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 
Menopause: Diet rich in vegetable proteins from grains, soya, nuts may prolong fertility

Menopause: Diet rich in vegetable proteins from grains, soya, nuts may prolong fertility

Eating three to four servings of enriched pasta, dark bread and breakfast cereal were especially associated with lower risk of the menopause. Women consuming approximately 6.5 per cent of their daily calories as vegetable protein had a significant 16...

 

Ukraine: Bomb kills military intelligence officer

A TOP Ukrainian military officer was assassinated yesterday morning when a bomb tore his car apart as he drove through the capital Kiev. Police said the driver was killed immediately by the blast, which blew the car bonnet open and almost completely...

 
Conor McGregor News: UFC return date, John Kavanagh on Floyd Mayweather fight

Conor McGregor News: UFC return date, John Kavanagh on Floyd Mayweather fight

Conor McGregor has earmarked September for his UFC return, according to his head coach John Kavanagh. "I would say the same thing about him taking this fight. It’s not money that’s motivating him anymore," Kavanagh told MMA Fighting's Ariel...

Daily Star, 00:03 in Sport
 

Unions must unite to fight for better pay

ROYAL College of Nursing (RCN) members should be congratulated for their demonstrations across Britain yesterday against the Tory government’s 1 per cent pay cap on public-sector workers. Their action highlights the grotesque iniquity of a policy that...

 

The bloody kingdom’s tyrannical new heir

No matter how much damage Saudi Arabia’s new crown prince does, he can still count on Downing Street’s support, says ANDREW SMITH LAST week saw yet another twist in the geopolitical game of thrones that is the Saudi Arabian royal family. At only 31,...

 

Why do some fall for the far right?

Fascist groups are taking full advantage of Britain’s instability, writes CHARLOTTE HUGHES THERE are various reasons why someone might join far-right groups likes Britain First, the EDL, Pediga and the like. But what makes a person susceptible to...

 

Nicaragua is once again in sights for US intervention

Why is the most powerful nation on Earth blocking trade and investment in one of the poorest? TIM YOUNG explains THE United States, the world’s most powerful country with the largest economy and military budget, feels easily threatened. On its...

 


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