News archive from 28 October 2016

Jenson Button reveals his new angle on reviving fan interest... and it's a lot different to Bernie...

Jenson Button has an idea for projecting Formula One as a high-octane pursuit, and it does not involve building walls around the circuits. Responding to Thursday's controversial suggestion by Bernie Ecclestone that 40cm-high barriers at each corner...

Daily Mail, 00:02 in Sport
 

Police helicopter over Kidsgrove after reported sighting Joshua Smith

Police have been using a helicopter after reports someone had sighted missing 27-year-old Joshua Smith. Residents reported seeing the helicopter over Kidsgrove and Church Lawton at around 10pm tonight. Joshua, who lives in Stone, has been missing...

 

Gunshot wounds to the head 'are no longer fatal': Victims have a 42% chance of survival, study reveals 

A gunshot wound to the head is not a death sentence, research has revealed.  A new study has found 42 per cent of victims survive penetrating head wounds - a larger proportion than researchers expected.  It is one of the first comprehensive accounts...

Daily Mail, 00:07 in Health
 
Snakes Alive! Police stumble upon screaming family on M5 after they discover slippery customer

Snakes Alive! Police stumble upon screaming family on M5 after they discover slippery customer

A screaming family were forced to pull over on the M5 motorway in Worcestershire after their child found a 5ft snake slithering through their car. Officers from the Central Motorway Police Group were in shock as they attended what they thought was a...

 

Jolyon Palmer 'pretty confident' of being on the grid next season 

Jolyon Palmer is confident he will be on the Formula One grid next season as the British rookie bids to safeguard his future in the sport. Only seven days ago, Palmer appeared disillusioned about his prospects beyond this year following the...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Sean Dyche warns his Burnley players about the dangers of social media... as Andre Gray prepares to return...

Sean Dyche has warned Burnley's players about the perils of social media as Andre Gray prepares to return after serving a ban for a homophobic tweet. Gray has not played for Burnley since September 17 after the FA served him with a four-match...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 

Nottingham Forest midfielder Ben Osborn has the competitive edge to become a top player... the Secret Scout...

Our scout is a top football expert who attends matches each week searching for the next star. He brings you his verdict in Sportsmail. This week he takes a look at Nottingham Forest midfielder Ben Osborn.   WHAT HAS HE GOT? At 22, Osborn is a...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 
Michelle Obama campaigns with her 'girl' Hillary Clinton

Michelle Obama campaigns with her 'girl' Hillary Clinton

First Lady Michelle Obama has appeared for the first time during this presidential election race with Hillary Clinton, whom she called "my girl". At a rally in the swing state of North Carolina, the former rivals heaped praise on each...

BBC, 00:09 in World News
 

Prison staff ‘ready to strike’ over soaring violence

Officers ‘won’t tolerate having heads kicked in any more’ IF MINISTERS won’t act on Britain’s prison meltdown the union will, the Prison Officers Association (POA) declared yesterday. General secretary Steve Gillan said he was not prepared to let his...

 

HMRC: Concentrix will not be repeated

Tax credits permanently removed from privateers’ hands TAX CREDIT assessments will no longer be handed to profiteering contractors now that disgraced privateer Concentrix has been dumped by the government, MPs heard yesterday. Instead the work will be...

 

Labour ‘will fight for a People’s Brexit’

McDonnell lays into Tory plans for a Brexit to suit City bankers TORIES want an exit from the EU in favour of City bankers that hardly anyone actually voted for, shadow chancellor John McDonnell said yesterday as he endorsed a “people’s Brexit.” He...

 

Venezuela: Policeman shot dead at protest over Maduro

Opposition tries to step up bid to seize power ONE police officer was shot dead and two were wounded during violent protests demanding regime change in Venezuela — as opposition leaders upped the stakes in their bid to seize power. The right-wing...

 

Nato military build-up risks further antagonising Russia

NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg confirmed yesterday that the Western military alliance is planning a provocative build-up of forces on Russia’s borders. Speaking after a two-day meeting of Nato defence ministers in Brussels, Mr Stoltenberg...

 

Insurgent shelling kills six youngsters

THE al-Qaida-linked insurgents occupying east Aleppo shelled a school and homes in a government-controlled district of the city yesterday, killing six children. The extremists used rocket artillery to bombard the al-Wataniyeh school in the al-Shahbaa...

 

Brexit needs a proper plan

CAR WORKERS in Sunderland will not look a gift horse in the mouth by questioning what the government offered to Nissan to secure an investment deal. The Japanese transnational corporation (TNC) warmed Mackem hearts by confirming that it will build its...

 


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