News archive from 29 October 2012

Chelsea complain ref Clattenburg used racist language towards player

Chelsea have made a formal complaint against referee Mark Clattenburg after accusing him of using 'inappropriate language' to two of their players in the controversial defeat to Manchester United. It is understood that Chelsea are complaining that...

Daily Mail, 22:03 in Sport
 
Homeland: Season two, episode four

Homeland: Season two, episode four

Homeland … suddenly it's like being in The Wire. Photograph: Kent Smith SPOILER ALERT: This blog is for people watching the second series of Homeland on Channel 4. Don't read on if you haven't seen episode four – and if you've seen later episodes,...

Guardian, 22:06 in Showbiz
 
Downton Abbey: series three, episode seven

Downton Abbey: series three, episode seven

Love that baby … Violet and Lord Grantham. Photograph: Giles Keyte SPOILER ALERT: This blog is for people watching Downton Abbey series three. Don't read on if you haven't seen episode seven. Viv Groskop's episode six blog Bates is back! And,...

Guardian, 22:15 in Showbiz
 
Alex Salmond accused of bid to rig ministerial code inquiry

Alex Salmond accused of bid to rig ministerial code inquiry

ALEX Salmond was last night accused of attempting to rig the inquiry into his conduct after one of his investigators said that he has been "stood down" by Scotland's most senior civil servant. Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, a former Lord Advocate...

Scotsman, 22:25 in Politics
 

Ref race row! Chelsea accuse Clattenburg of abusing Mikel and calling Mata a 'Spanish t***' during fiery...

Mark Clattenburg was caught up in a storm after the referee was accused of aiming a racist insult at Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel during their 3-2 home defeat by Manchester United.Chelsea made a complaint to the Premier League after Mikel stormed...

Daily Mail, 22:29 in Sport
 
'Perfect storm' Hurricane Sandy shuts down city of New York

'Perfect storm' Hurricane Sandy shuts down city of New York

Hurricane Sandy forced America's biggest city to close its entire public transport network on Sunday, with all public schools to be shut on Monday.President Barack Obama warned the storm looked like being 'serious and big'. New York mayor Michael...

Metro, 22:32 in Hot News
 
TV review: The American Roadtrip: Obama's Story; Harry & Paul

TV review: The American Roadtrip: Obama's Story; Harry & Paul

Matt Frei gauges the US electoral temperature in the crucial midwest. Photograph: David Howells Matt Frei has himself a pick-up truck; he's hitting the road, going in search of the American Dream. "Somewhere along the line I know there'll be...

Guardian, 22:36 in Showbiz
 
The Mau Mau may rewrite the history of the British empire

The Mau Mau may rewrite the history of the British empire

Supporters cheer after three Kenyans are given the right to sue the British government for abuses by colonial officials. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images There was dancing and praying in the streets of Nairobi earlier this month when three...

 
Alan Pardew praises misfiring Papiss Cisse after fluke ends drought

Alan Pardew praises misfiring Papiss Cisse after fluke ends drought

Cisse secured three points for the hosts when a shot from fellow sub Sammy Ameobi hit the bottom of his back and left Baggies keeper Ben Foster helpless.It was Cisse's first Premier League goal of the season after 13 in 14 top-flight games during the...

Metro, 22:36 in Sport
 
Andre Villas-Boas spurred by desire as Saints sunk

Andre Villas-Boas spurred by desire as Saints sunk

Spurs dominated the first half at St Mary's and deservedly went ahead after 15 minutes courtesy of a header from Gareth Bale against his old club.Clint Dempsey doubled the advantage for the London side six minutes before the break but Nigel Adkins's...

Metro, 22:36 in Sport
 

Evacuation order for US storm Sandy

Tens of thousands of residents were ordered to evacuate coastal areas in the north eastern United States today as big cities and small towns across the US Northeast braced for the onslaught of a superstorm threatening some 60 million people along the...

 

Lloyds' bill for payment protection insurance scandal to spiral...and RBS is also set to increase its...

State-backed lenders Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds will reveal the soaring cost of the payment protection insurance mis-selling scandal this week. In another blow to investors and taxpayers the banks are expected to make further provisions in...

 
UK weather: There will be more gales than ghouls on Halloween

UK weather: There will be more gales than ghouls on Halloween

Children out trick-or-treating on Wednesday risk getting soaked as bands of rain move across the country from the west to reach all areas.Forecasters have warned that 'no two days' will be the same with rain across most of Britain, snow flurries in...

Metro, 22:48 in Hot News
 
Paparazzo behind topless Kate Middleton photos 'is known'

Paparazzo behind topless Kate Middleton photos 'is known'

The paparazzo is believed to be one of a notorious band who stalked Princess Diana in the weeks before her death in 1997. He is thought to have taken up to 200 photos of the duke and duchess on the terrace of the Chateau d'Autet in the south of...

Metro, 22:48 in Hot News
 
Hunt for missing 12-year-old British boy Pierre Barnes after French storm

Hunt for missing 12-year-old British boy Pierre Barnes after French storm

Pierre was on holiday with his parents and disappeared after going on a solo bike ride on the island of Porquerolles, off the south coast, on Saturday afternoon.Stephen Barnes, Pierre's father, told French TV station BFMTV: 'I hope he found a place to...

Metro, 22:48 in Hot News
 


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