News archive from 29 August 2017

Tottenham need to spend '£70m or £80m' on a superstar if they are to reach the next level, says Phil Neville

Tottenham need to spend big on a 'superstar' if they are to reach the next level and challenge for the Premier League title, according to Phil Neville. Mauricio Pochettino's side have four points from three games after a steady start to the new...

Daily Mail, 00:00 in Sport
 
Kidney patient stunned to discover partner was the perfect match for transplant

Kidney patient stunned to discover partner was the perfect match for transplant

The father of three had been expecting to wait years for the operation – with an organ donated by a stranger. But he quickly struck it lucky. Jack, a 27-year-old gardener, from Thatcham, in Berkshire, said: “People are always telling me we are made...

 
Viagra and the morning after pill could be delivered by drones following successful trials

Viagra and the morning after pill could be delivered by drones following successful trials

An online pharmacy is planning to dispatch medicines and the contraceptive nationwide. Bosses at MedExpress are in talks with watchdog the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. Dwayne D’Souza, managing director, says the deliveries will...

 
Stroke warning: THIS hidden heart condition increases your risk by five times

Stroke warning: THIS hidden heart condition increases your risk by five times

The risk of suffering a stroke - a condition where the blood supply to part of your brain is cut off - increases as you age. Indeed, according to the Stroke Association, the majority of sufferers are over the age of 55. However, strokes are...

 
UTI warning: Three ways to PREVENT a kidney infection that work

UTI warning: Three ways to PREVENT a kidney infection that work

A kidney infection - medically known as pyelonephritis - is a painful and unpleasant condition. It is caused by bacteria, often a E. coli, travelling from your bladder into one or both of your kidneys, according to the NHS. While the symptoms can be...

 

Greens demand probe into chemical cloud

GREEN PARTY leader Caroline Lucas called yesterday for an inquiry into a bank holiday billow which forced coastline evacuations across East Sussex on Sunday. Some 150 people required treatment for stinging eyes, sore throats and vomiting after the...

 

Left anti-EU group slams ‘petty’ penalty for late return

LEFT-WING campaigners against the European Union have attacked a fine imposed by the Electoral Commission as “petty, vindictive and disproportionate.” The Lexit campaign faces a £500 penalty for late delivery of a financial return following last...

 

Red Arrows to tour despotic states

THE Royal Air Force’s Red Arrows will tour the Middle East next month as part of a PR exercise, the Ministry of Defence announced yesterday. They will perform displays in Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Bahrain and the United Arab...

 

Venezuela: Mud criticised for welcoming US sanctions against people

VENEZUELAN authorities slammed the opposition Mud coalition at the weekend for supporting sanctions against their own people. The socialist government said it “categorically rejects” a Mud statement saying that it welcomed new US sanctions on the...

 
WORLD WAR 3: Japan to make 'utmost efforts' to stamp out ‘grave’ North Korea threat

WORLD WAR 3: Japan to make 'utmost efforts' to stamp out ‘grave’ North Korea threat

The tyrannical hermit nation fired yet another missile from Pyongyang towards the Sea of Japan on Friday evening, crossing Japanese territory in the boldest show of force under Kim Jong-un's authoritarian rule. Now the Japanese Prime Minister has...

 

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin show off their punching prowess during open workout ahead of...

Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin gave fans a taste of what they can expect in their middleweight showdown next month as they took part in an open workout in Los Angeles on Monday. The pair showcased their skills for fans and media in a ring...

Daily Mail, 00:06 in Sport
 
The X Factor 2017: Louis Walsh makes DIG at former judge Cheryl ahead of 14th series

The X Factor 2017: Louis Walsh makes DIG at former judge Cheryl ahead of 14th series

The Irish-born star, who managed the likes of legendary 1990s boybands Boyzone and Westlife, will be returning to the studio with Simon Cowell, Sharon Osbourne and Nicole Scherzinger.  Yet while he confessed to being excited about the latest...

 
In Solitary review: Silence far from golden as experiment sees subjects slip into madness

In Solitary review: Silence far from golden as experiment sees subjects slip into madness

They didn’t say why this one was being allowed but possibly, different rules govern the levels of torture you’re allowed to inflict on people in TV studios (this would explain why Patrick Kielty got a chat show, for example).  Possibly, such...

 
UK companies must publish pay ratios under new law

UK companies must publish pay ratios under new law

Companies will have to reveal how much more their chief executives are paid compared to the average employee under a new package of government reforms. Business secretary Greg Clark is set to outline measures aimed at increasing boardroom transparency...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 
Majority 'still to claim' over PPI mis-selling

Majority 'still to claim' over PPI mis-selling

The majority of people mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI) may not yet have made a claim for compensation, the regulator has said. A deadline of 29 August, 2019, has been set by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for the final claims to be...

BBC, 00:09 in Business
 


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