News archive from 28 December 2012

Sheer sexiness! Stephanie Seymour, 44, stuns in a high-cut black one-piece swimsuit with plunging neckline

She's spent the past week parading her incredible bikini body at St. Barts. And Stephanie Seymour gave spectators a glimpse into some of the fitness behind her enviable figure Saline Beach Wednesday. Easily defying her 44 years, the former Sports...

 

Another ex to add to the holiday party: Simon Cowell and former fiancée Mezhgan Hussainy enjoy jet ski...

Simon Cowell is a man that keeps his friends close, but his ex-girlfriends closer. The music mogul, 53, is currently holidaying in Barbados and he has taken his former fiancée Mezhgan Hussainy with him. The pair were seen enjoying a ride on jet skis...

 

So that's what they do in their SPARE time! One Direction's Harry Styles and Liam Payne both enjoy some...

As the biggest boyband in the world, it's rare for One Direction to spend time apart.So although Christmas called each member back to their hometowns, a couple of the boys still had the same festive fun in mind. And the activity of choice for Harry...

 

Boxing Day online shopping record

Boxing Day set a new British record for online shopping as crowds descended on high streets once again for another day of frenzied sales. While thousands of shoppers queued outside stores up and down the country to get ahead of the game, millions more...

 

Who is Ned RocknRoll? Born Abel Smith he is Richard Branson's nephew and ex-husband to socialite Eliza...

He is Richard Branson's nephew and now Kate Winslet's new husband, but who is Ned RocknRoll?The 34-year-old businessman was born Abel Smith but changed his name by deed poll in 2008 to the unusual moniker. Ned works for his uncle's space travel...

 

So cool! New Big Brother house revealed and it boasts an igloo in the garden, two pools and a gym

Life inside the Big Brother house invariably consists of hot headed fights and dramas but this year's contestants will have somewhere to cool off, thanks to an igloo in the garden. New pictures of the house have been released and show the new adobe in...

 
Living wage could save £2bn - think tank research

Living wage could save £2bn - think tank research

Widespread use of a so-called living wage could save the government £2bn a year, according to two think tanks. The saving has been calculated by the Resolution Foundation and the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR). They say paying staff at...

BBC, 00:01 in Business
 
Britain's approach on the Falklands: neglect and hope for the best

Britain's approach on the Falklands: neglect and hope for the best

Lord Carrington, who resigned as foreign secretary over the Falklands invasion. Photograph: Kenneth Saunders/taken from picture library Britain's approach towards the Falklands was one of neglect, of hoping for the best, and ignored warning signs that...

 
Thatcher urged to steal French-made Exocet missiles during Falklands war

Thatcher urged to steal French-made Exocet missiles during Falklands war

HMS Sheffield was hit by an Exocet missile fired by the Argentinian air force on 4 May 1982 and sank while being towed to safe water. Photograph: Pa/PA Archive/Press Association Ima One of Britain's most senior law officers at the time of the...

 
Thatcher was ready for Falkland Islands deal, National Archives papers show

Thatcher was ready for Falkland Islands deal, National Archives papers show

Margaret Thatcher with Ronald Reagan. The National Archives papers reveal he said the UK should strike a Falklands deal 'while it had the upper hand'. Photograph: AP Margaret Thatcher was prepared to do a deal with Argentina after the invasion of the...

 
Margaret Thatcher faced £1,789 bill for operation to find son in Sahara

Margaret Thatcher faced £1,789 bill for operation to find son in Sahara

Margaret Thatcher with Mark at Chequers after he was found in 1982. Photograph: PA Margaret Thatcher faced a personal bill of £1,789 from the Foreign Office to pay for the costs of the operation to find her son, Mark, after he went missing for six...

 
BBC's Sherlock voted top TV show of 2012

BBC's Sherlock voted top TV show of 2012

BBC1's Sherlock starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Photograph: BBC The sleuth drama Sherlock, a modern-day version of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's crime-solving stories, has been voted the top TV show of 2012 in a Radio Times poll of...

Guardian, 00:04 in Showbiz
 

Number of e-book readers increasing in United States: survey

"The move toward e-book reading coincides with an increase in ownership of electronic book reading devices," the organization said. Its report analyzed reading trends among the 75 percent of Americans who read at least one book in the last...

 
Sailing into the future of global trade?

Sailing into the future of global trade?

"We wanted to keep the energy that the producers had already put in the wine, and not break the chain. And, I'm telling you... this wine just tasted amazing." Continue reading the main story Special Report: The Technology of Business Rise of...

BBC, 00:05 in Business
 
Teachers say they’re not ready for Scotland’s new curriculum’s exams

Teachers say they’re not ready for Scotland’s new curriculum’s exams

SIGNIFICANT concerns remain over the implementation of Scotland's controversial new school curriculum, according to teachers in the country's largest local authority. A survey of Glasgow-based members of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS)...

Scotsman, 00:05 in Learning
 


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