News archive from 30 May 2017

Hundreds of mourners attend candlelit vigil for Manchester victims exactly one week on from terror attack

Hundreds of mourners attend candlelit vigil for Manchester victims exactly one week on from terror attack

Hundreds of mourners paid emotional tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack , exactly one week after Salman Abedi wrought death and destruction on the city. People of all ages stood alongside each other in quiet contemplation shortly...

 
Family of John Noakes ask fans to remember Blue Peter star for adventures with Shep, not his Alzheimer's illness

Family of John Noakes ask fans to remember Blue Peter star for adventures with Shep, not his Alzheimer's...

John Noakes was the scruffy daredevil with the Yorkshire accent who inspired countless children and changed television forever. His death at 83 has left us mourning the loss of another national treasure. The presenter’s passing was tinged with extra...

 

Dramatic footage shows armed police detain men in connection with Manchester terror attack after...

Dramatic footage which captures armed police detaining men in connection with the Manchester Arena attack has been released. The video shows officers appearing to handcuff three people on a backstreet in Rusholme. Greater Manchester Police earlier...

 

'We've got to be a lot smarter' says Hull FC's Lee Radford after Catalans Dragons loss

HULL FC coach Lee Radford praised his side's commitment after their third consecutive defeat but insists the Black and Whites must smarten up after losing 23-18 at Catalans Dragons. Radford's men followed up Friday's 26-22 home defeat to Leigh...

 

England 1-0 Angola: Young Lions begin Toulon Tournament defence with win as Chelsea striker Ike Ugbo scores

Defending champions England opened their Toulon Tournament campaign with a 1-0 win over Angola. Chelsea's Ike Ugbo headed in the winner just after half-time to send the holders top of Group A in France. England won the tournament under Gareth...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Celtic midfielder Kris Commons to spend next fortnight deciding whether he is to retire from football

Kris Commons will spend the next fortnight deciding whether he is to retire from football with immediate effect. The injury-hit 33-year-old left Celtic when his contract expired at the end of the Invincibles season having not kicking a ball for the...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Playing golf ideal way to stay fit burning 1,500 calories in an average round

Playing golf ideal way to stay fit burning 1,500 calories in an average round

Macmillan Cancer Support said golfers walk between four and eight miles while working their way through an 18-hole course, completing between 11,245 and 16,667 steps in the process. Those golfers who carry their clubs can also chip away more than...

 
Acrimonious divorces make children ‘twice as likely to get ill’

Acrimonious divorces make children ‘twice as likely to get ill’

It is not the divorce that is the problem but the way it is handled. Rowing couples cause children stress, which can trigger disease. Maria Seijo Martinez at the University of Santiago de Compostela in Galicia, Spain, said: “Poor handling involves...

 
Antidote for paracetemol overdoses: Drug could save hundreds of people

Antidote for paracetemol overdoses: Drug could save hundreds of people

More than 200 people a year die after taking an overdose of the painkiller.  Most die of liver failure because they receive the only existing antidote N-acetylcysteine too late.  N-acetylcysteine is ineffective if taken eight hours after an overdose...

 
House of Cards season 5, episode 1 review: A terrifying parallel to Donald Trump

House of Cards season 5, episode 1 review: A terrifying parallel to Donald Trump

WARNING: This article contains spoilers from the first episode of House of Cards season five. The action picked up straight off the bat from season four as the aftermath of the homegrown terrorist attack continued to play out, all the while President...

 
Last night's TV reviewed: Keeping up appearances

Last night's TV reviewed: Keeping up appearances

The reason for this is very simple. Everyone knows what Winston Churchill looked like.  Everyone has an idea what a green, blob-like life form might look like, too, but it’s open to interpretation.  This simple rule is what scuppers many a biopic and...

 
Poldark star Aidan Turner admits he HATES Strictly Come Dancing: 'I can't stand it'

Poldark star Aidan Turner admits he HATES Strictly Come Dancing: 'I can't stand it'

Millions thought his tanned torso and rugged good looks made the swashbuckling star a shoo-in for the smash hit ballroom show. But despite being a talented dancer as a youngster Aidan, 33, has point blank refused to appear...whatever money is...

 

Low migration spells ruin for construction

Tory post-Brexit vision ‘feeds housing crisis’ TORY plans to crack down on immigration will frustrate any hopes of building enough homes to solve Britain’s housing crisis, an industry body warned yesterday. The British Property Federation (BPF), which...

 

GMB blames staff cuts for BA IT mess

Airline caused failure by sacking hundreds of workers – union BRITISH Airways caused the “catastrophic” computer failure that left tens of thousands of passengers stranded at the weekend by cutting “hundreds of dedicated and loyal” IT staff and...

 

Liar, Liar May remix hurtles into charts

But commercial stations refuse to play anti-Tory hit single by Felicity Collier A SONG condemning Theresa May as a “liar” hit number 10 in the official online charts over the weekend — but commercial stations are refusing to play it. Capital FM and...

 


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