News archive from 3 January 2015, page 3

Anger at Islamophobic web postings

Facebook and Twitter have defended their approach to content on their sites after it was reported that they are refusing to take down hundreds of inflammatory Islamophobic postings despite being alerted by anti-racism groups. The Independent newspaper...

 
So Long Stevie! Gerrard says GOODBYE Anfield, HELLO £90 million

So Long Stevie! Gerrard says GOODBYE Anfield, HELLO £90 million

The Reds captain, 34, leaves his boyhood club at the end of the season and will then head to America to play Major League Soccer for the rest of his career. Experts say the clean-cut Scouse duo will take the US by storm and become “the new Posh and...

 
Judge sparks fury by telling Polish crook to claim BENEFITS

Judge sparks fury by telling Polish crook to claim BENEFITS

District Judge Tim Devas spared Dawid Pomalecki, 20, jail after the eastern European assured him he intended to find a job. The judge told Pomalecki that in the meantime he should “take some advice about benefits” - an instruction that provoked anger...

 
Abandoned 'GHOST' ship found carrying 450 immigrants from Sierra Leone

Abandoned 'GHOST' ship found carrying 450 immigrants from Sierra Leone

Six officers were airlifted aboard the Sierra Leone vessel the Ezadeen which was heading towards Italy after people traffickers fled.

 
'U-kip your ale, I'll have an orange juice': Nigel Farage goes TEETOTAL for January

'U-kip your ale, I'll have an orange juice': Nigel Farage goes TEETOTAL for January

The beer-swilling Ukip leader says that for his new year's resolution he will stop necking pints in the pub. Farage, 50, who is regularly seen out on the campaign trail holding a jar of ale in a boozer, will ditch all alcohol and drink orange juice...

 
Palestinian refugee dad battered senseless with brick

Palestinian refugee dad battered senseless with brick

Mahmoud Hussein thought starting again in Birmingham would keep them safe but last night he was fighting for life after a brick attack. The Land Rover plant worker, 46, was brutally set upon in an unprovoked attack in the Stechford area of the city...

 
Kids as young as THREE branded bigots for playground jabs

Kids as young as THREE branded bigots for playground jabs

Thousands of pupils are being accused of hate crimes for using insults like “doughnut”, “girl”, “fat bucket of KFC,” and “fat custard cream.” Other terms used by kids and reported to the authorities include calling staff “Jimmy Savile” and using the...

 
'Emotional baggage' joke fools Ryanair

'Emotional baggage' joke fools Ryanair

Comedian Ryan Hand managed to confuse the bargain airline when he sent a tweet clearly meant to be a joke. He wrote: “What a disgrace, there's a woman crying at the @Ryanair check in desk who's been made to pay more for emotional baggage.” Two minutes...

 
White Dee's attempt to spruce up image with new TV show backfires

White Dee's attempt to spruce up image with new TV show backfires

The Benefits Street star appeared in Channel 5's White Dee: What's All the fuss about? on Thursday night. But the move to spruce up her image hit the buffers as she was dubbed “the ultimate skid mark on society”. The show followed Dee - real name...

 
Bike crash guy to have leg rebuilt with donor bones

Bike crash guy to have leg rebuilt with donor bones

Stu Jotham, 29, was thrown from his motorbike in 2011 and lost parts of his thigh and shin bones, as well as all his knee ligaments. Medics feared he would lose the mangled right limb but, after a series of operations, they managed to save it. Stu,...

 
Tributes paid to tragic rugby teen after his motorbike death

Tributes paid to tragic rugby teen after his motorbike death

Law student Stephen Edwards, 19, had played for Gosford All Blacks, Oxon. A club statement said he was an “outstanding young man loved by us all”. Police said he lost control of the bike while home in Bermuda and died from his injuries on New Year's...

 

Steven Gerrard thinking about MLS move is the right decision... I'm having a great time over in America,...

It’s great Steven Gerrard is contemplating a move to the MLS, for him and the game in America. I have been out in the U.S. with Portland Timbers for half a season and loved every second. You can relax and enjoy a calm way of life. Stevie would have...

Daily Mail, 00:37 in Sport
 

We're Hibernian, not Hibernians! Confusion after Ched Evans offered deal by Malta side

Scottish club Hibernian moved to clarify that they haven't made a bid for convicted rapist Ched Evans.  The former Sheffield United striker is in fact a target for Maltese outfit Hibernians, who share a similar name to that of Alan Stubbs' side.  And...

Daily Mail, 00:37 in Sport
 

Club Tropicana: This year's hottest swimwear

Stay on trend this season with Seafolly swimwear. From cool blues to summer hues, sonic blooms and technicolour prints - this is the only beachwear brand to be seen in. SAT MAG Colourful bikinis compliment your tan Model on left: Bikini top, £54.25;...

 

A fresh start! Best beauty products to banish bags and firm skin

Winter can be a tough time for your skin. So to help you look your best this New Year we've collaborated 8 of the best creams on the market. Whether you're looking to banish your eye bags or reduce your wrinkles, we've got a cream to suit every skin...

 


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