News archive from 31 October 2013

Royal Mail Strike Off Amid Talks 'Progress'

Royal Mail Strike Off Amid Talks 'Progress'

A planned strike by Royal Mail workers has been called off after progress was made in talks over issues including pay and pensions. Members of the Communication Workers Union had been due to walk out next Monday after the failure to secure an...

 
Drive for transparency on NHS treatment to be extended

Drive for transparency on NHS treatment to be extended

Until now, says Tim Kelsey, 'clinical behaviour has not been attuned to the customer but to the doctor.' The government is to collect data on the performance of doctors in 10 new areas of medicine and will ask patients whether or not they think...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 
Mental health counselling on NHS will be a right, says Burnham

Mental health counselling on NHS will be a right, says Burnham

Labour's Andy Burnham says the cost of living crisis is tipping people over the edge and the suicide rate has risen. Photograph: Christopher Thomond for The Guardian. A Labour government will enshrine the right to counselling for mental health...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 
NHS hospitals admit too many patients on to wards from A&E, says NAO

NHS hospitals admit too many patients on to wards from A&E, says NAO

A&E departments are under increasing pressure, which is leading to high numbers of patients being admitted, according to a new report from the National Audit Office Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Too many patients are being admitted to hospitals via...

Guardian, 00:04 in Health
 

Britain pledges public access to tax evasion-busting database

The plan advances Cameron's efforts to push money laundering and tax evasion to the top of the global agenda, and follows up on a debate at a summit of eight of the world's wealthiest states (G8) in June. The "beneficial ownership register"...

Reuters, 00:11 in Business
 

JP Morgan puts London FX chief on leave, Citi reported to do same

JP Morgan is one of several banks cooperating with the Financial Conduct Authority in Britain and other regulators around the world looking into allegations of currency manipulation in the $5.3 trillion-a-day global market. It was unclear whether JP...

Reuters, 00:11 in Business
 

Bring the noise! Sound levels reach 112 decibels as Spurs fans react to AVB's rallying call by raising the...

Ah, cup football. Enough to make the quietest fan burst into song. Forget the soporific Sunday afternoons. Maybe the solution to suit both Andre Villas Boas and the Tottenham faithful is only to play knockout games at night. Swap the citadel of...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

England kids can fulfil Dyke's big dream and lift the World Cup in 2022

FA chairman Greg Dyke's target for England to win the World Cup in 2022 might not be as far-fetched as it first seemed. For the England Under 17s, who will be approaching their peak when the Qatar tournament takes place, are starting to be regarded as...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Oyston fears Ince Euro exit as Ajax and Inter Milan eye up young Blackpool star

Blackpool could lose Tom Ince for as little as £155,000 as he considers a move abroad. The 21-year-old winger, rated at £8million, is a free agent in the summer but Blackpool can still expect considerable compensation should he move to another English...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Under-fire Fulham boss Jol 'safe in the short term' despite Leicester cup defeat

Fulham will give Martin Jol time to improve the club's faltering form, despite the Dutchman being the bookmakers' favourite to be the next Premier League manager to get the sack. Odds shortened on Jol's dismissal after Fulham were knocked out of the...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 
Internet chatrooms can help those in distress, says study

Internet chatrooms can help those in distress, says study

Internet forums and chatrooms can have positive effects that should be more widely acknowledged, experts say. The call comes after Oxford University researchers carried out an analysis of 14 different studies looking at how young people use the...

 

That outfit deserves a prize! Amber Le Bon wows in white webbed dress and stylish top knot for Global...

She may not have been up for an award but that didn't stop Amber Le Bon pulling out all the stops when she attended the WGSN Global Fashion Awards 2013. The 24-year-old model looked stunning in her unusual floor-length dress as she walked the red...

 

SECOND time lucky! James Blake wins Mercury Prize beating bookies' favourite... after accidentally being...

James Blake has been named the winner of the prestigious Barclaycard Mercury Prize with his album, Overgrown. The Goldsmiths College graduate, who was previously nominated for the award for his self-titled debut album, beat the bookies favourite,...

 

'I'm always going to love him': Lucy Mecklenburgh cools things off with Tom Pearce as she FINALLY...

They have both spent months and months denying they still love each other or would ever get back together. But on Wednesday evening's episode of The Only Way Is Essex both Lucy Mecklenburgh and Mario Falcone admitted they still loved each other....

 

Revealed: Why the Kardashian clan has forgiven Lamar Odom after drug and cheating claims

50 View comments It had been two months since Khloe Kardashian kicked her husband Lamar Odom out of their Tarzana home for reportedly cheating and going on a drug binge. But the beauty decided to take him back - they were spotted together on Monday at...

 


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