News archive from 1 February 2019

British Airways cancels Heathrow flights as snowstorm hits London

British Airways cancels Heathrow flights as snowstorm hits London

British Airways has cancelled flights to and from Heathrow Airport as heavy snow continues to wreak havoc. Snow has just arrived in London after hitting much of southern England and Wales, leaving hundreds of people trapped in freezing cars. More than...

Metro, 00:00 in Hot News
 

Aston Villa sign Tom Carroll in late deadline day swoop

Aston Villa have signed Tom Carroll on loan from Swansea. The 26-year-old, who has only just returned from a three-month injury, was targeted late on deadline day. Villa have an option to sign him permanently at the end of the season. Earlier in the...

 

Vélo Birmingham & Midlands launches new 42 mile Birmingham to Coventry route - with 3,000 places

It sold out within days of launching. Now Vélo Birmingham & Midlands – the popular 100 mile closed road cycling event – has added a new 42 mile route with 3,000 places up for grabs. The shorter closed road route will run from Birmingham to...

 
US envoy Stephen Biegun reveals North Korea nuclear pledge

US envoy Stephen Biegun reveals North Korea nuclear pledge

North Korea has pledged to destroy all its nuclear material enrichment facilities, the US special envoy says. Stephen Biegun said he planned to discuss "corresponding measures" the US can take in return for the country's denuclearisation....

BBC, 00:10 in World News
 

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Click here to access the print version. Fill the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 to 9. Buy the next issue of the Guardian or subscribe to our Digital Edition to see the completed puzzle. Topics Life and...

 
Super Bowl: Patriots invite seventh-grade girl bullied for playing football

Super Bowl: Patriots invite seventh-grade girl bullied for playing football

A seventh-grade girl from New Hampshire who was bullied for playing quarterback on a youth football team is going to the Super Bowl courtesy of the New England Patriots. Dejah Rondeau, of Exeter, who wears No 11 in honor of her favorite player, Julian...

 

Transfer Deadline Day LIVE: Rangers sign Kamara | Celtic agree deal with Dortmund for defender | Hibs sign...

Follow The Scotsman’s daily blog as we keep you updated with all the latest news, views, rumours and much more from around Scottish football. Refresh for live updates. Andy Halliday - ‘Season is a failure if Rangers don’t win a trophy’

Scotsman, 00:12 in Health
 

Death crash driver sent to mental hospital

A DRIVER in a car crash which killed three teenage girls was today sent to a mental hospital to assess his medical state before he is sentenced. James Houston 27, from Huddersfield, was racing with another car at speeds of up to 60mph when his car...

 
Six Nations relegation not on the agenda, tournament organisers say

Six Nations relegation not on the agenda, tournament organisers say

Relegation from the Six Nations has been dismissed as “absolutely not on the agenda” by tournament organisers despite ongoing talks over the significant remodelling of the international game. Chief executives of the leading unions met in Los Angeles...

Guardian, 00:24 in Sport
 
'I try not to leave the house': Bangkok in grip of pollution crisis years in the making

'I try not to leave the house': Bangkok in grip of pollution crisis years in the making

Suthasi hasn’t left the house in four days. But the 21-year-old law student isn’t buried under a pile of books, she is staying inside because she fears that breathing Bangkok’s toxic air will damage her heath. “When I look out of the window, it’s all...

 

Government minister calls on PM to ditch No Deal Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May has been told by a member of her own cabinet to officially rule out a no deal Brexit. Business Minister Richard Harrington told an audience of business leaders in Leeds that leaving the EU with no trade agreement would be a...

 
‘Proper striker’ Osman Sow reunited with Robbie Neilson at Dundee United

‘Proper striker’ Osman Sow reunited with Robbie Neilson at Dundee United

Robbie Neilson will be able to field a team of January recruits if he chooses, after “proper striker” Osman Sow became Dundee United’s 11th transfer window signing. The 28-year-old joins United until the end of season 2020 for an undisclosed fee....

The Courier, 00:37 in Sport
 
Dundee boss Jim McIntyre snaps up Blackpool’s John O’Sullivan for his fourth deadline day singing

Dundee boss Jim McIntyre snaps up Blackpool’s John O’Sullivan for his fourth deadline day singing

Dundee have announced their fourth deadline-day signing in the shape of Blackpool’s John O’Sullivan. The 25-year-old Irish midfielder started his career at Blackburn and has also played for Carlisle.

The Courier, 00:37 in Sport
 
Conspiracy theorist David Icke should be banned from Australia, minister told

Conspiracy theorist David Icke should be banned from Australia, minister told

The Australian government is being pressured by Jewish groups and the Labor party to revoke the visa of the conspiracy theorist David Icke before a speaking tour in March. Labor has written to the immigration minister, David Coleman, calling on him to...

 
Health screening 'not meeting targets', report finds

Health screening 'not meeting targets', report finds

None of the three main health screening programmes in England - bowel, breast or cervical - met their targets last year, according to a report by the National Audit Office. There were also delays in cervical screening results reaching half of women...

BBC, 00:46 in Regional
 


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