News archive from 30 December 2013

Schumacher 'in critical condition' after hitting head on rock during skiing accident in French Alps

18 View comments Schumacher by numbers World championships: 7 (1994, 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004) Race wins: 91 Seasons in F1: 19 Points scored: 1,560 Points finishes: 220 Podiums: 155 Michael Schumacher is fighting for his life after he fell...

Daily Mail, 00:04 in Sport
 
NHS reforms have cost £5m in lawyer fees, says Labour

NHS reforms have cost £5m in lawyer fees, says Labour

Andy Burnham, the shadow health secretary. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA The government's NHS reforms are costing the taxpayer millions of pounds in fees for competition lawyers, Labour has claimed. Since the NHS in England was opened up to full...

Guardian, 00:20 in Health
 
Tourists and migrants to be charged to use NHS emergency services

Tourists and migrants to be charged to use NHS emergency services

A Department of Health report estimated up to £500m a year could be recovered through better charging for use of the NHS. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for the Guardian Overseas visitors and migrants are to be charged for using NHS accident and...

Guardian, 00:20 in Health
 

Wenger hails Arsenal warriors as Gunners show resilience to overcome Newcastle

Arsene Wenger says his table-topping side are proving they have the resilience as well as the quality to win the Barclays Premier League. Arsenal returned to the top after emerging from a war of attrition at Newcastle United. And Wenger believes a...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
 

Cardiff keen on Blackpool boss Ince if top target Solskjaer turns down owner Tan

Cardiff City have not given up on appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as their next manager, but are preparing to move for Blackpool's Paul Ince in the event that the former Manchester United striker rules himself out. Sir Alex Ferguson has reportedly...

Daily Mail, 00:27 in Sport
 

Analysis - After Web stocks boom, investors wary but rout unlikely

Market strategists and tech experts say the comparison is overblown. While there is the potential for a decline in some Web company stock prices that are out of line with their earnings outlook, they say there is little chance of a bloody retreat....

Reuters, 00:32 in Business
 

'He did an acrobatic swimming pool jump!' Mourinho accuses Suarez of diving to win a penalty as Rodgers...

Jose Mourinho and Brendan Rodgers were locked in a war of words on Sunday night after Chelsea beat Liverpool 2-1 to stay in the thick of the Barclays Premier League title race. Samuel Eto'o scored the winner at Stamford Bridge, courtesy of another...

Daily Mail, 00:49 in Sport
 

LFB to charge for false alarms

The London Fire Brigade (LFB) will be the first fire service in the country to charge firms for calling out its firefighters to false alarms. From January 1, they will be clawing back the costs of callouts to false alarms from buildings like...

 

Fresh trawl of blacklist sought

Transport and offshore workers have been included on a secret blacklist of thousands of mainly construction staff which may have "blighted" their careers, it has been claimed. Unions are pursuing legal action on behalf of their members in a...

 

Jobs growth could see rates review

Employment could grow by half a million in 2014, triggering a review of the Bank of England's monetary policy earlier than expected, a report has predicted. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development said the increase in employment in 2013,...

 

Real value of earnings 'down 14%'

The real value of average earnings has fallen by almost 14% since the recession five years ago, an "alarming" new study has shown. The figure is higher in some parts of the UK, at more than 20% in London and 15% in Yorkshire and the Humber,...

 

Report reveals rise in house prices

House prices in three-quarters of postcodes across England and Wales ended the year higher than they were at the start, property analyst Hometrack has found. The momentum built up in the market this year is set to spill into 2014 as demand from...

 

Migrants to face charges for A&E

Overseas visitors and migrants who require accident and emergency treatment from the NHS in England are to be charged, the Government has announced. The move forms part of an extension of the NHS charging regime in England intended to deter so-called...

 

NHS competition lawyers 'cost £5m'

The Government's NHS reforms are costing the taxpayer millions of pounds in fees for competition lawyers, Labour has claimed. Since the NHS in England was opened up to full competition last April with the establishment of clinical commissioning groups...

 
Schumacher: F1 Stars Wish Him A Speedy Recovery

Schumacher: F1 Stars Wish Him A Speedy Recovery

Formula One drivers of the past and present have wished Michael Schumacher a full recovery as he lies in a coma following a serious skiing accident. Sky's F1 commentator and former driver Martin Brundle - who was Schumacher's team-mate at Benetton -...

 


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