News archive from 5 September 2018

Robert Snodgrass reveals how his mother's ill health was behind Scotland no shows

Irene Snodgrass sounds like such a typically brilliant Scottish mammy. The kind who always puts her family first. Come hell, high water or extended stay in the hospital. So, when son Robert was slipping in and out of the Scotland squad to be with her...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

One goal against Rangers will turn me into a hero, says Celtic new boy Youssouf Mulumbu

His arrival at Celtic last week came amid such a maelstrom of rancour and confusion, it's a wonder Youssouf Mulumbu didn't sign on the dotted line dressed in a survival suit. In football, perception and context are everything. Had the Congolese...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Mason Mount on why Frank Lampard's Derby is the best place for him to develop

Mason Mount was trying to get to sleep when his phone unexpectedly started to buzz. He took a glance and saw that England Under 19's head coach Keith Downing was on the other end but he let the call ring out. It was 11:30pm and Mount, who was in...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Harry Maguire admits he is still adapting to cult hero status after World Cup heroics for England

Harry Maguire is getting used to life as a cult hero of English football but insists a long line of autograph hunters at Gainsborough Trinity represents the height of his post World Cup fame. The Leicester player turned in several eye-catching...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Luis Suarez calls on Paul Pogba to join him at Barcelona

Luis Suarez has become the second Barcelona player in a week to encourage Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba to come to the Nou Camp. Just days after Gerard Pique said he would be 'happy' to have the Frenchman in Catalunya, Suarez has echoed his...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

I saw myself in the mirror and looked terrible: Ally McCoist on perils of management

Towards the end of his three years in charge of Rangers, Ally McCoist was forced to confront the quid pro quo of modern management. In return for a large salary and a status as public property, the men who pick football teams can expect to acquire...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Partick Thistle pay out goal bonus to Kris Doolan despite 'ghost goal' being missed by officials

Partick Thistle have decided to pay out a goal bonus to Kris Doolan despite the striker's 'ghost strike' against Morton being missed by the match officials. Footage of the Jags hitman's second-half effort not just crossing the line but actually...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 

Juan Martin Del Potro outlasts John Isner to make US Open semi-finals

Juan Martin Del Potro moved closer to emulating his US Open triumph of nine years ago when he survived another afternoon of brutal heat to overcome John Isner and make the semi-finals. The towering Argentinian, whose career has been so disrupted by...

Daily Mail, 00:03 in Sport
 
Inventors of urban wind turbine handed prestigious James Dyson Award

Inventors of urban wind turbine handed prestigious James Dyson Award

James Dyson is famous for designing products which use electricity to suck up dirt. Now an award named after the famous British innovator has been given to an invention which does almost exactly the opposite. Nicolas Orellana, 36, and Yaseen Noorani,...

Metro, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Two thirds of young girls say they’ve been sexually harassed in public

Two thirds of young girls say they’ve been sexually harassed in public

A shocking survey has found two thirds of girls and women aged 14 to 21 admitted being sexually harassed in public. More than 1,000 girls and women revealed the disturbing extent of unwanted sexual attention facing them while they’re out and about....

Metro, 00:06 in Hot News
 
Quarter of world's population 'not active enough to stay healthy'

Quarter of world's population 'not active enough to stay healthy'

There is an urgent need to get people moving, according to research by the World Health Organisation which warns that a quarter of the global population, and more in wealthy countries, are becoming less and less active, damaging their physical and...

 

Jail for driver in Northampton hit-and-run case who 'did not realise' he had run over father-of-three

An illegal taxi driver who ran over and killed a father-of-three in Northampton without stopping has been jailed. Jonathan Cowling, from Northampton, told police he “did not realise what had happened” when he drove over 42-year-old Abdi Ali in July...

 
NHS bill for hiring non-UK staff could hit £500m post-Brexit, say doctors

NHS bill for hiring non-UK staff could hit £500m post-Brexit, say doctors

The NHS could face a bill of almost £500m a year to hire overseas staff as a result of Brexit and the government’s immigration policies, hospital doctors have said. The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has calculated that the costs of recruiting EU...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
Four million UK children too poor to have a healthy diet, study finds

Four million UK children too poor to have a healthy diet, study finds

Almost four million children in the UK live in households that would struggle to afford to buy enough fruit, vegetables, fish and other healthy foods to meet the official nutrition guidelines, a groundbreaking food poverty study reveals. The research,...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 
NHS to treat young cancer patients with expensive 'game changer' drug

NHS to treat young cancer patients with expensive 'game changer' drug

The NHS is to treat children and young people with an expensive new cancer drug which has the potential to transform how the disease is treated. Simon Stevens, the NHS England chief executive, will announce on Wednesday that a deal has been done with...

Guardian, 00:08 in Health
 


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