News archive from 6 August 2013, page 10

Coalition 'costs workers £6,660'

The amount of money working people will have lost in real terms under coalition rule would be enough to pay for the average family weekly shop for a year-and-a-half, shadow Treasury minister Chris Leslie said. Taking into account inflation, workers...

 

Warning over high charity wages

Disproportionate salaries for charity executives risk bringing the wider charitable world into disrepute, the Charity Commission's chairman has warned. William Shawcross said it is a matter for trustees to decide if high wages are appropriate and fair...

 

Junior doctors raise time concerns

Almost three quarters of junior doctors feel that they are so rushed off their feet they do not have time to properly care for patients, a poll suggests. Seventy-three per cent of trainee hospital doctors said that they did not have enough time to...

 

Walter walks away: Green attack on McCoist forces Rangers legend to quit Ibrox

Walter Smith has dramatically quit as Rangers chairman - leaving with an appeal for urgent boardroom change to avoid more blood-letting at the "dysfunctional' Ibrox club. The legendary manager served notice of his intention to quit as a director...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

Downing ready to quit Liverpool with Newcastle waiting in the wings

Liverpool winger Stewart Downing is considering his options after being told he can leave the club. The 29-year-old who was signed for £20m was a target for West Ham earlier in the summer but Newcastle have expressed an interest and director of...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

ECB questions pricey £500k Ashes RISE marketing move with grassroots investment still needed

Questions are being asked inside the England and Wales Cricket Board about the wisdom of the baffling Ashes marketing initiative RISE for England which is understood to have cost around £500,000. The pictures for the campaign were taken in Queenstown,...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

An explosive report reveals decades of doping deception... So did Germany cheat the world? (Including when...

Two World Wars and two World Cups, doo-da - as the politically incorrect ditty England fans sing doesn't quite go. But perhaps it should after devastating evidence emerged of a state-run doping programme that implicates the West Germans in cheating in...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

'I'm well here, I'm happy here': Liverpool target Costa keen to stay at Atletico

Diego Costa insists he is happy at Atletico Madrid amid interest from Liverpool in his services. Liverpool last week lodged a £21.8million bid for the 24-year-old Brazil international, who scored 20 goals in 44 matches for the Spanish club last...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

Off-colour England did the job in 14 days! Don't let one messy Test cloud the big issue

It was, everybody agreed, an unsatisfactory way to retain the Ashes. Off-on, on-off, the match decided as much by Manchester's old friends, stratocumulus, cumulus and altostratus as the more familiar Cook, Clarke or Bell. The start was delayed, then...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

Sporting Lisbon 2 West Ham 3: Long range stunner from Morrison brings Hammers victory in Portugal

Goals from skipper Kevin Nolan and youngster Ravel Morrison ensured West Ham a successful second-half comeback and a win in their first game in Portugal. It wasn't looking good for Sam Allardyce's side at half-time after Matt Taylor handled in the...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

Are the BBC about to turn to female radio presenter Green to read football scores?

BBC Sport could break one of the great male bastions by having a female voice replace James Alexander Gordon reading the classified football results on Radio 5 Live at 5pm on Saturday afternoons. Gordon, 77, announced his retirement last month...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

Fans' view from Old Trafford: Fanatics bemoan poor weather, but Barmy Army says England are much better...

England secured the draw they needed to retain the Ashes after rain thwarted Australia's victory charge at Old Trafford. Just 20.3 overs were possible on day five and England were left reeling at lunch on 35 for three. The rain then set in, though,...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

VIDEO REVIEW: Sportsmail's Lawrence Booth reflects on the third Test as England retained the Ashes at Old...

England retained the Ashes on Monday after rain thwarted Australia's push for victory in the third Test at Old Trafford. Despite just 20.3 overs of play on the final day, England were wobbling at 35-3 before the rain came after lunch to ensure...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

TOP SPIN ASHES SPECIAL: The facts, figures and stunning stats from day five at Old Trafford

SHOT OF THE DAY Not much to choose from, but Kevin Pietersen's pull for four off Ryan Harris helped ease the tension. BALL OF THE DAY Ryan Harris made sure that a big score continued to elude captain Alastair Cook when he trapped him lbw for a duck...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 

Weather helped England retain the Ashes but Australia reigned at Old Trafford

ENGLANDAlastair Cook - 6 He batted well in the first innings after spending so long in the field but was well worked out by Harris in the second. I'd like to see him use his part-timers more, so he's not flogging the three seamers into the ground. Joe...

Daily Mail, 00:47 in Sport
 


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