News archive from 30 March 2018

Petr Cech reveals disappointment at Arsenal's season but claims they are not 30 points worse than Man City

Petr Cech has revealed his disappointment with Arsenal this season as they sit 33 points off Manchester City in sixth. However the keeper also moved to deny the table reflects the difference in quality between the two sides, insisting they are closer...

Daily Mail, 00:01 in Sport
 
Debenhams shopper dies after falling from escalator

Debenhams shopper dies after falling from escalator

A man has fallen to his death in front of horrified shoppers at the flagship Debenhams store in central London. The man, who has not yet been identified, fell from a third-floor escalator on Wednesday evening. A spokeswoman for the department store...

Guardian, 00:11 in Business
 

Alligator 'gender reveal party' causes controversy

The internet is awash with gender reveal videos, many garnering millions of views. However, one such video with millions of views in just a few days has caused controversy online. Gender reveal parties are a modern trend where expectant parents tell...

BBC, 00:14 in World News
 
Industry ferment: US wine industry crushed over tariffs

Industry ferment: US wine industry crushed over tariffs

In California's Livermore Valley, about an hour east of San Francisco, some 5,000 cases of Wente Vineyards wine are waiting in a warehouse, their journey to China suddenly suspended. The bottles have been caught up in a larger trade dispute, in which...

BBC, 00:14 in World News
 
Scientists discover brain's neural switch for becoming an alpha male

Scientists discover brain's neural switch for becoming an alpha male

Brash, brawny and keen to impose their will on anyone who enters their sphere of existence: the alpha male in action is unmistakable. Now scientists claim to have pinpointed the biological root of domineering behaviour. New research has located a...

 
New heart treatment is biggest breakthrough since statins, scientists say

New heart treatment is biggest breakthrough since statins, scientists say

Anti-inflammatory injections could lower the risk of heart attacks and may slow the progression of cancer, a study has found, in what researchers say is the biggest breakthrough since the discovery of statins. Heart attack survivors given injections...

 

Photo flashback: Hartlepool United’s movers and shakers over the last 50 years

Hartlepool United movers and shakers Owners, chairmen, chief executives and leading shareholders. The titles may change but their responsibilities seldom differ - and usually revolve around grappling with the next financial crisis. Hartlepool United...

 
Labour MPs and peers call for Christine Shawcroft's suspension from party

Labour MPs and peers call for Christine Shawcroft's suspension from party

Labour backbenchers have urged Jeremy Corbyn to suspend his sacked disciplinary chief Christine Shawcroft from the party after she opposed the suspension from the Labour party of a Holocaust denier. Almost 40 MPs and peers – including a handful of...

Guardian, 00:16 in Politics
 
California judge rules coffee must come with cancer warning

California judge rules coffee must come with cancer warning

A Los Angeles judge has ruled that California law requires coffee companies to carry an ominous cancer warning label because of a chemical produced in the roasting process. Elihu Berle, a superior court judge, wrote in a proposed ruling on Wednesday...

Guardian, 00:16 in Health
 
Pupils forced to learn in cramped and crumbling schools, says survey

Pupils forced to learn in cramped and crumbling schools, says survey

Pupils are being taught in temporary classrooms in cramped and crumbling school buildings which are struggling to accommodate booming class sizes, according to a survey of teachers. Staff who responded to the survey complained of leaks, mould, damp...

Guardian, 00:19 in Learning
 
MPs criticise government oversight of academy school finances

MPs criticise government oversight of academy school finances

The government has come under fire over a series of shortcomings in its oversight of academies, including a failure to address excessive salaries paid to senior staff and inadequate rules governing related party business transactions involving £120m...

Guardian, 00:19 in Learning
 
Hospital's 'artificial feeding' letter to mothers criticised

Hospital's 'artificial feeding' letter to mothers criticised

A hospital trust has been criticised for describing mothers who use formula milk as "artificially" feeding babies. Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust made the comment in a letter that said it would no longer provide formula milk in its...

BBC, 00:25 in Regional
 
'Unjustifiably high salaries' paid by some academies

'Unjustifiably high salaries' paid by some academies

Some academy trusts in England stand accused of paying senior staff ''unjustifiably'' high salaries while front-line schools are starved of funds. MPs on the Public Accounts Committee highlighted how 102 academy trusts paid some trustees over £150,000...

BBC, 00:25 in Regional
 
Religious freedom review: Margaret Court claims anti-gay marriage voices silenced

Religious freedom review: Margaret Court claims anti-gay marriage voices silenced

Former tennis champion turned preacher Margaret Court has claimed anti-marriage equality voices will be excluded from public debate in a submission to the Ruddock religious freedom review. The review – which had its reporting date extended to 18 May...

 

Deontay Wilder reveals why he won't be attending Anthony Joshua vs Joseph Parker: 'I was going to look AJ...

Deontay Wilder was planning on attending Anthony Joshua's fight so he could look the heavyweight into his eyes and tell him he'd knock him out. Wilder has repeatedly called out Joshua, telling the British boxer to stop ducking him and comparing him to...

Daily Mail, 00:28 in Sport
 


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