News archive from 2 April 2018

Campaigners hold protest calling for public inquiry into why dog was shot in Hartlepool

Campaigners are to stage a protest as they renew calls for a public inquiry into why a dog was shot dead in Hartlepool. Many in the town were left upset after the Caucasian shepherd dog, who has been given the name Angel, was destroyed on a Sunday,...

 
New dad Travis Scott coos over Stormi in Kylie Jenner’s adorable new pics of baby’s first Easter

New dad Travis Scott coos over Stormi in Kylie Jenner’s adorable new pics of baby’s first Easter

Kylie Jenner has shared new photos of baby Stormi enjoying her first Easter party – and she is so cute. In a series of clips on Snapchat, she posted a candid moment of dad Travis Scott holding the newborn, as she stared up at him with complete...

Metro, 00:02 in Showbiz
 
NHS is facing year-round crisis, says British Medical Association

NHS is facing year-round crisis, says British Medical Association

The unprecedented pressure on the NHS this winter is likely to continue into the summer, the British Medical Association said. The health service has come under huge strain this winter with almost 150,000 patients in England having waited more than 30...

Guardian, 00:05 in Health
 
Autism Awareness Week: How does being the parent of an autistic child change as they get older?

Autism Awareness Week: How does being the parent of an autistic child change as they get older?

Sometimes, parenting is about being in the moment. Other times, it’s all about planning ahead. But when you have a child with autism, you tend to take it one day at a time. There’s no such thing as the long haul when it takes every ounce of energy...

Metro, 00:09 in Lifestyle
 
Where will the out-of-control Chinese space station land?

Where will the out-of-control Chinese space station land?

What is happening with the Chinese space station? The nation’s first prototype space station, Tiangong-1, or “Heavenly Palace”, launched into orbit in September 2011. The module reached the end of its service life earlier this year and was due to...

 

Leader comment: These indecent burial charges must stop

Charging for the burial of children is a blot on our humanity and councils – and Sturgeon – must act now. There is something especially tragic about the death of a child; the loss of a young life, that snuffing out of so much potential, is cruel,...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

Brian Monteith: SNP is rolling us down a hill towards a cliff edge

While the First Minister fumes about ‘power grabs’, it’s her government which poses the real risk, says Brian Monteith The Scottish Government is rolling us all down a hill towards a cliff edge like some of us rolled our Easter eggs yesterday. Nearly...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

Alexandre Lacazette welcomes war wounds after Arsenal forward makes injury comeback in Stoke victory

Alexandre Lacazette would have missed most aspects of being on a football pitch during his lengthy spell on the sidelines, but scars and scratches won't have been one of them. The Frenchman marked his comeback on Sunday from a knee injury with an...

Daily Mail, 00:13 in Sport
 

Lesley Riddoch: Unwarranted silence over Clara Ponsati

After years of complaint, many of our politicians are keeping strangely quiet over Spain’s legal bid, writes Lesley Riddoch It’s strange to see how quickly the extradition dilemma facing a former Catalan minister has become a proxy for the debate...

Scotsman, 00:13 in Politics
 

‘£3 million scandal’ of lost First World War airfield

An airfield and gunnery school at Loch Doon in Ayrshire became one of the most “striking wastes of public money” on record with the complex quietly demolished, given the ground was too boggy for planes to land. Around 3,000 men, including up to 1,200...

 

Brian Ferguson: Balancing act over ancient and modern faces of Edinburgh

The Edinburgh World Heritage Management Plan has the potential to transform much of how the historic heart of the city looks and feels – if it all comes off, writes Brian Ferguson. Edinburgh is not short of spectacular locations from which to drink in...

 
Kevin and Karen Clifton explain they felt the need to go public about their marriage split

Kevin and Karen Clifton explain they felt the need to go public about their marriage split

Kevin and Karen Clifton recently lifted the lid on their marraige problems, and there’s a good reason why. For months there has been speculation about their split, but the pair decided to put their own side across just ahead of their country-wide tour...

Metro, 00:17 in Showbiz
 

Is Russia arming the Afghan Taliban?

The US accuses Russia of trying to destabilise Afghanistan by supporting the Taliban. Senior US officials have been saying for months that Moscow is even supplying the militants with weapons. Russia and the Taliban, who are historic foes, deny the...

BBC, 00:17 in World News
 
Pay all UK 25-year-olds a £10,000 inheritance, says thinktank

Pay all UK 25-year-olds a £10,000 inheritance, says thinktank

All UK-born citizens should be given £10,000 as a “universal minimum inheritance” when they turn 25 to help address growing wealth inequality, a thinktank has proposed. Tax reforms and a selloff of assets including the government’s stake in Royal Bank...

Guardian, 00:18 in Politics
 

Jermain Defoe has not given up on playing for England at this summer's World Cup despite stop-start season

Jermain Defoe has not given up his dream of playing for England at this summer's World Cup. The 35-year-old came off the bench to rescue a late point for Bournemouth at Watford on Saturday with just his fourth goal of the season. A serious ankle...

Daily Mail, 00:20 in Sport
 


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