News archive from 4 July 2016, page 6

Caution urged over claim scratching womb boosts chances of successful birth

Scratching the inside of the womb before conceiving a baby may double the chances of a successful birth, research suggests.

 

People-smuggling prosecutions rise by more than 50%

The number of people prosecuted for smuggling illegal immigrants into Britain in their vehicles has soared by more than 50% in a year, according to new figures. Home Office statistics show that 88 people were prosecuted for sneaking stowaways into the...

 

Foreign Secretary throws weight behind Theresa May's No 10 bid

Theresa May's campaign to take the keys to No 10 has continued to soar ahead of her rivals as she secured the backing of another Cabinet minister just one day before the first round of voting in the contest. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond hailed the...

 

Carole King weaves together Tapestry for throng in London's Hyde Park

Carole King has performed her hit album Tapestry in its entirety for the first time - 45 years after it was released. The 74-year-old singer songwriter, who penned hits including Natural Woman and Will You Love Me Tomorrow, performed the...

 

Fiery but friendly Nick Kyrgios next up at Wimbledon for Andy Murray

Andy Murray will face Australian firebrand Nick Kyrgios in the last 16 on Monday as part of a bumper day of action for fans. The Scot will battle the youngster in the final match on Centre Court, after Roger Federer and Serena Williams both grace...

 

Will.i.am commits to new series of The Voice

Singer Will.i.am has confirmed he will return as a coach on The Voice when the show moves to its new home on ITV. The Black Eyed Peas star, who has been on the series since its UK debut in 2012, will also serve as a coach on spin-off The Voice Kids...

 
Kiko, Hawaiian Tropic and Elizabeth Arden: The best sun creams for this summer

Kiko, Hawaiian Tropic and Elizabeth Arden: The best sun creams for this summer

From left: Soltan Protect & Repel Suncare Spray SPF 30 £6, Boots stores and boots.com Save time and suitcase space by combining two holiday essentials, sun protection and insect repellent, in one. Newly reformulated, it’s water-resistant yet light...

 
BOJ tankan: Japan firms expect CPI to rise 0.7 percent a year from now

BOJ tankan: Japan firms expect CPI to rise 0.7 percent a year from now

TOKYO, July 4 Japanese companies expect consumer prices to rise an average 0.7 percent a year from now, lower than their projection three months ago, a central bank survey showed on Monday. Three months ago, companies expected prices to rise 0.8...

Reuters, 01:02 in Business
 

UEFA and Council of Europe aim to prevent repeat of Euro 2016 violence with new convention to share police...

Russia was among 14 countries which signed a convention between the Council of Europe and UEFA aimed at stopping a repeat of fan violence which marred Euro 2016. UEFA said the convention would include a better exchange of intelligence between police...

Daily Mail, 01:02 in Sport
 
Does it help disabled people to let them win?

Does it help disabled people to let them win?

A video has gone viral of schoolchildren slowing down to let a disabled classmate win a race. Laurence Clark, a comedian with cerebral palsy, is not sure he wouldn't rather lose. You may well have seen this clip - a sports day race begins, but...

BBC, 01:04 in World News
 
Thousands enjoy music festival in city gardens

Thousands enjoy music festival in city gardens

0 Have your say The annual Music in the Gardens event returned to the Botanical Gardens for its 12th year at the weekend – entertaining thousands of people . Among artists which performed over the four nights were The Feeling, UB40, James and...

 

VIDEO AND PICTURES: Troops pay tribute to Armed Forces in Doncaster

1 Have your say Doncaster residents lined the streets to watch troops walk in a parade to pay tribute to the nation’s Armed Forces. The parade started in Sir Nigel Gresley Square at 9.45am on Saturday. This was after a welcoming speech by the Civic...

 

Everton demand £50million for John Stones with new Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola keen on signing young...

Everton want £50million if they are to let in-demand centre back John Stones leave Goodison Park this summer. Stones, 22, is wanted by Pep Guardiola at Manchester City but will only be allowed to move for a price that would make him Britain’s...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

US Open champion Dustin Johnson takes full advantage of Jason Day collapse to win WGC-Bridgestone...

Dustin Johnson won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational after Jason Day's late collapse on Sunday. The US Open champion hit a four-under-par final round of 66 to chase down world number one Day and win by one shot in Ohio - his first tournament since his...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 

Wimbledon Order of Play Day 7: Roger Federer, Serena Williams and Andy Murray to play on Centre Court in...

Middle Monday is always a bumper day of tennis at Wimbledon and this year's fourth-round action shouldn't disappoint too. Seven-time champion Roger Federer kicks off proceedings on Centre Court against the unseeded Steve Johnson. That match will then...

Daily Mail, 01:20 in Sport
 


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