News archive from 8 March 2015, page 4

Bernie Ecclestone: If you want to make enemies then be rich and successful... I know people who say they're...

Bernie Ecclestone is leaning forward in his chair in his Knightsbridge office. He is talking about his trial for bribery last year. He is talking about the greed of others. He is talking about the hypocrisy of some Formula One teams. He is talking...

Daily Mail, 01:48 in Sport
 

Former Formula One driver and pundit Allan McNish gives his verdict on the teams and drivers for the 2015...

Mercedes Engine: Mercedes    44 Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Age: 30 Grand Prix's: 148 Wins: 33 7 Nico Rosberg (Ger)  Age: 29 Grand Prix's: 166 Wins: 8  Hamilton has got the confidence, but we do know that he can be fragile — his gaffe during qualifying for...

Daily Mail, 01:48 in Sport
 

Health notes: Think before you ink says X Factor winner James Arthur as he has a pop at Harry Styles over...

X Factor winner James Arthur has had a pop at One Direction star Harry Styles about his tattoos – and says he regrets having so many prominent inkings of his own. Singer James’s tattoos were part of the rough and ready look that X Factor fans liked...

Daily Mail, 01:52 in Health
 

End knee pain with stem cells from your hip: Cocktail of cells could halt damage caused by osteoarthritis

For anyone suffering with osteoarthritis in their knee, the options for improvement are limited. There is no cure for the condition, and patients are advised to lose weight. In extreme cases, where the arthritis is disabling, joint replacement is...

Daily Mail, 01:52 in Health
 
'Filthy' Lyrics bar in Hull city centre was 'infested with fruit flies'

'Filthy' Lyrics bar in Hull city centre was 'infested with fruit flies'

THE owners of a "filthy" bar in Hull city centre have been fined more than £7,000 after inspectors were called in over concerns for health and safety. Inspectors who visited Lyrics bar in Whitefriargate found it was infested with fruit...

 

Manchester City star Samir Nasri swaps Manchester for Paris as midfielder enjoys his week off ahead of...

Samir Nasri took time away from Manchester City's title challenge to visit his native France as the midfielder enjoyed a rare midseason week off by going shopping in Paris. City had a weekend without Premier League football because they are already...

Daily Mail, 02:17 in Sport
 

England are angry about Ireland defeat reveals Dan Cole... but Stuart Lancaster's men are determined to...

In a sport increasingly dominated by statistical analysis and calm dissection of performances it was reassuring to hear Dan Cole discuss the depth of anger felt by England’s players on reviewing their Ireland no-show. Cole, one of the few England...

Daily Mail, 02:25 in Sport
 

Mike Brown boost for England as full-back cleared to return against Scotland

Mike Brown is set to return for England against Scotland on Saturday after taking a full part in training for the first time since suffering concussion against Italy three weeks ago. England’s first-choice full back was knocked unconscious in the...

Daily Mail, 02:25 in Sport
 

Skipper Eoin Morgan sticks to his trusted figures but numbers still don't add up for England

If Eoin Morgan wanted to demonstrate that he is taking little notice of the outpouring of criticism that has greeted perhaps the worst of all England’s many under-achieving World Cups then he made a good job of it. The unthinkable possibility of a...

Daily Mail, 02:25 in Sport
 

Paris Club chief in Cuba to expedite debt negotiations

After previous negotiations had stalled in 2000, Cuba and the Paris Club have moved swiftly in the past year toward negotiations over a total debt that Paris Club President Bruno Bezard estimated at $15 billion (10 billion pounds) to $16 billion (11...

Reuters, 02:39 in Business
 

Cheltenham Festival: Your guide to the week's big races including the Gold Cup

TUESDAY Champion Hurdle, 3.20 A race dominated by Irish entries, with Jessica Harrington’s defending champion, Jezki, ridden by AP McCoy. But Willie Mullins holds the strongest hand. He has three entries headed by unbeaten favourite Faugheen and dual...

Daily Mail, 02:45 in Sport
 

Richard Johnson would've been a multiple champion, but 21 years in AP McCoy's wake made him a perpetual...

Richard Johnson's striking blue eyes water as bright sunlight floods into the Royal Box at Newbury Racecourse and he casts his mind back to a Monday night in Stratford almost 21 years ago. ‘That was the first time I met him,’ he says. ‘He was a lot...

Daily Mail, 02:45 in Sport
 

Concussion up 900 per cent! Shocking new figures that have left rugby bosses fearing World Cup will be...

Radical new proposals including law changes and possible punishments for team doctors are being drawn up in a bid to halt a shocking 900 per cent increase in reported concussions ahead of this year’s World Cup. High-profile incidents suffered by...

Daily Mail, 02:45 in Sport
 

Jonjo O'Neill: I can't cheer AP McCoy in his golden finale... trainer aims to deny friend at his last ever...

Jonjo O’Neill has no doubts who he will be shouting for if two particular horses are galloping clear to the final fence in Friday’s Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup. One, Irish-trained Carlingford Lough, owned by JP McManus, ridden by soon-to-retire...

Daily Mail, 02:45 in Sport
 

Rory McIlroy to link up with Tom Brady and Jeff Knox at Augusta in a bid to become a National treasure

If history and a tilt at the career grand slam at the Masters seems a world away for Rory McIlroy amidst the water torture of Doral, then this is the week when it will all come into blessed focus. Forget the frustrated figure he cut on Friday when he...

Daily Mail, 02:55 in Sport
 


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