News archive from 29 June 2013

Man held over Hay Wain protest

Constable's masterpiece The Hay Wain has been attacked by a protester in the National Gallery. A man is in custody at a London police station after being arrested at the Trafalgar Square gallery shortly after 1pm on Friday, Scotland Yard said. The...

 

Gatland was castigated for choosing too many Welsh players and not selecting on merit

AUSSIE-BASHING ADVERT Sportsmail's geared up for a summer of Australian failure. CLICK HERE for a preview of our radio advert. It's ripper! The luckiest break for the British and Irish Lions this year came not with Kurtley Beale's missed kick last...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

If I was Gatland I would be furious... Wallabies are cornered and the Lions need to beware of the backlash

AUSSIE-BASHING ADVERT Sportsmail's geared up for a summer of Australian failure. CLICK HERE for a preview of our radio advert. It's ripper! The Australian rugby team have found themselves fighting in a corner this week and that makes them incredibly...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

It's time to put our bodies on the line and go as hard as we can... we're 80 minutes from becoming winning...

AUSSIE-BASHING ADVERT Sportsmail's geared up for a summer of Australian failure. CLICK HERE for a preview of our radio advert. It's ripper! Saturday's Test will be played with the same physicality and at the same pace, but because of what is at stake...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Rooney to hand Moyes headache on first day as striker remains set on leaving United

David Moyes will walk straight into a searching test of his man-management skills next week after it emerged Wayne Rooney is still angling to leave Old Trafford. The former Everton manager's Manchester United reign officially begins on Monday and he...

Daily Mail, 23:59 in Sport
 

Mosque blast probe police bail man

A 75-year-old man arrested in connection with a home-made bomb which exploded near a mosque has been released on police bail. The man was arrested on Thursday by detectives from the West Midlands Police Counter Terrorism Unit. It comes after the...

 
Advisers asked to tender for RBS, Lloyds shares

Advisers asked to tender for RBS, Lloyds shares

FINANCIAL advisers are being asked to tender for the sale of shares in partly taxpayer-owned Lloyds and Royal Bank of Scotland. UK Financial Investments, the arm’s-length organisation that manages the government’s 39 per cent stake in Lloyds and 81...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 

Man held over Hay Wain protest

Constable's masterpiece The Hay Wain has been attacked by a protester in the National Gallery. A man is in custody at a London police station after being arrested at the Trafalgar Square gallery shortly after 1pm on Friday, Scotland Yard said. The...

 
Blackberry results see shares tumble

Blackberry results see shares tumble

SHARES in smartphone maker BlackBerry tumbled in early US trading yesterday after quarterly results showed its latest devices failed to generate a profit. The Canadian firm, which has lost ground to rivals Apple and Samsung in recent years, is trying...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 
Braben takes game studio to next level in AIM float

Braben takes game studio to next level in AIM float

The co-creator of legendary "space trading" game Elite is eyeing a stock market flotation for the development studio he founded nearly 20 years ago. David Braben, chief executive of Frontier Developments, wrote Elite with Ian Bell while at...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 
Deal reached on flood insurance for at-risk homes

Deal reached on flood insurance for at-risk homes

FEARS that thousands of Scots would be left with uninsurable and unsellable homes have been allayed after a key deal was struck over insurance cover for flood risk properties. A proposal aimed at ensuring that homes in flood risk areas are protected...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 

Standard may take $1bn hit on Korean division

Standard Chartered may take a $1 billion‑plus (£658 million) hit on its Korean business, analysts have warned ahead of an internal assessment by the London-listed, Asia-centric bank. Standard, one of the few UK banks not ordered by the...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 
Comment: It won’t be plain sailing for Carney

Comment: It won’t be plain sailing for Carney

MEMO TO MARK: Dear Mark Carney. Welcome to you first day at work in Threadneedle Street. For lunch, try Jamie Oliver's Italian restaurant at No. 38 - the truffle tagliolini is highly recommended. You’ll probably find a memo on your desk from...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 

Services pick-up lifts economic growth hopes

IMPROVING activity in the UK's powerhouse services sector has added to hopes that economic recovery has extended into the second quarter of the year. Official figures show that sector – which accounts for more than three-quarters of the British...

Scotsman, 00:00 in Business
 

Mosque blast probe police bail man

A 75-year-old man arrested in connection with a home-made bomb which exploded near a mosque has been released on police bail. The man was arrested on Thursday by detectives from the West Midlands Police Counter Terrorism Unit. It comes after the...

 


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