News archive from 2 March 2011, page 3

JUST GO BIG ON FARLOE TITAN

JUST GO BIG ON FARLOE TITAN

FARLOE TITAN (8.36), who made a successful drop back to four bends over C&D seven nights ago, can follow up in the second batch of Arc trial stakes at Swindon tonight. On the verge of launching a defence of the title he won 12 months ago, Farloe...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 
FELLAINI'S SEASON IS OVER

FELLAINI'S SEASON IS OVER

Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini will miss the rest of the season with an ankle injury. The Belgium international will undergo surgery next Monday after aggravating the injury in Saturday's Barclays Premier League win over Sunderland. Fellaini,...

Daily Star, 00:14 in Sport
 

Letters: What Osborne prefers to leave unsaid on debt and the deficit

George Osborne dissimulates. He knows that Ed Balls is at odds with Labour party policy on cuts, knowing that we have 12 to 13 years to pay off debt and deficit. But he also knows that our level of debt (less than 60% of GDP net of bank assets) is...

Guardian, 00:14 in Business
 

Letters: It is unfair to compare migrant workers to slaves

As the head of the trade organisation representing Andalusian fruit and vegetables (Hortyfruta), and the principal representative of the Andalusian fresh produce sector, I'm contacting you in response to a video feature on your website, generating...

Guardian, 00:14 in Business
 

In praise of … A Freewheelin' Time | Editorial

More people than usual probably got their CDs of The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan off the shelves last night. A few maybe dug out their surviving vinyl copies too. For the death of Suze Rotolo, the girlfriend in the green coat on Dylan's arm on the album...

 
Fisker ready for March production

Fisker ready for March production

Three years after it was conceived, Fisker Automotive's first car will go into production later this month. The Fisker Karma, on display at this year's Geneva motor show, is an electric car that has been kitted out with a four-cylinder,...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
Divorce: Mediation should help married couples split up

Divorce: Mediation should help married couples split up

A major shake-up of the family court procedures in England and Wales comes into effect on 6 April 2011. All divorcing and separating couples will be referred to mediation to try and settle any disputes before being allowed to go to court. Mediation...

BBC, 00:16 in Business
 
HARD ROAD AHEAD AS LEWIS HAMILTON AND JENSON BUTTON LOOK TO REIGN AGAIN

HARD ROAD AHEAD AS LEWIS HAMILTON AND JENSON BUTTON LOOK TO REIGN AGAIN

LEWIS HAMILTON and Jenson Button climb from their McLarens with unconfined joy shining on their faces through the sleet after booting the cars relentlessly round the soaked track at 170mph, without a hitch. Fast, reliable, great handling machines...

 
JIMMY ANDERSON WILL GET OVER THE WORST

JIMMY ANDERSON WILL GET OVER THE WORST

TIM BRESNAN has backed team-mate Jimmy Anderson to put his nightmare behind him and catapult England to World Cup glory. Anderson has endured a torrid time on Indian pitches, failing to find the line or length that helped England retain the Ashes...

 

Discrimination ruling: Fast cars, sex and insurance | Editorial

Compiling data to establish, for example, that black people had fewer car crashes or the Chinese more would seem a rather suspect use of time. Using such information to set race-specific prices would cause outrage. But sex discrimination is different,...

 

Letters: Toilets, insects ... but not civil partnerships

As a Church of England priest of 40 years' parish experience, I found your editorial (Bluster in bad faith, 28 February) most important. For too long our denomination has been struggling to release men and women from the shackles of medieval...

 

Letters: Libya and foreign intervention

Your comment that "The international community has been compromised by the revolution sweeping the Arab world" (Editorial, 1 March) should provide a sobering undertone to the impending endgame in Libya. In what the UN has described as...

 

Letters: UK cancer care's improving figures

Your report (NHS record on cancer survival rates criticised by MPs, 1 March) contradicts Ben Goldacre's view of NHS reforms (Bad Science, 5 February). Current evidence shows decreasing cancer deaths every year since 1995 and significantly decreased...

 
RAF forced to cut training hours for pilots on new Typhoon jet

RAF forced to cut training hours for pilots on new Typhoon jet

The RAF sacked pilots training to fly existing fast jets. Now it has been forced to ground pilots learning to fly the next generation of planes. In a devastating report on waste and inefficiency in the MoD, parliament's independent watchdog says a...

 
TODAY'S RACING TIPS - 02/03/11

TODAY'S RACING TIPS - 02/03/11

BEV SWINGELL is the principal tipster for the Daily Express and Sunday Express, and for the last 20 years he has been acknowledged as one of the top private handicappers in England. He won the Racing Post's National Press Challenge in 2005, and has...

 


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