News archive from 8 June 2015, page 3

Surfers wanted for 'superbug' study

Surfers wanted for 'superbug' study

Scientists are launching an investigation into antibiotic-resistant bacteria, known as "superbugs", by gathering data from surfers' rectums. "Beach Bums" is the first UK project of its kind, teaming researchers with the action...

BBC, 00:33 in Health
 

Five fall ill from 'legal highs'

Five people have fallen ill after taking "legal highs" sold to them by the festival Parklife, police said. An investigation has been launched after they were taken to hospital for treatment, having taken poppers in a drink form. Officers...

 

UEFA blame Champions League final ticket fiasco on tickets forged by Naples mafia

The UEFA are blaming a major forged ticket problem at the Champions League final for the chaotic scenes around Berlin’s Olympic Stadium before the match. The ground authorities tried to deal with 5,000 rogue tickets said to be in circulation — blamed...

Daily Mail, 00:36 in Sport
 

Manchester United will spend £200m in bid to beat Chelsea to Premier League title, claims Robin van Persie  

Robin van Persie has brazenly revealed that Manchester United will spend upwards of £200million this summer in a bid to challenge for the Premier League title. The striker, whose own future at Old Trafford is shrouded in doubt, believes Louis van Gaal...

Daily Mail, 00:36 in Sport
 

Lionel Messi delighted to bounce back from 'tough season' to lead Barcelona to treble 

Lionel Messi hailed his Barcelona team's unprecedented second treble in six years, just a year after a 'tough season' in which the Catalan club went without silverware. Saturday's 3-1 win over Juventus sealed a fantastic year for Messi, but less 12...

Daily Mail, 00:36 in Sport
 

Luis Suarez has made himself a Barcelona legend as the superstitious star who hates spoilt players proves...

In a small room in Luis Suarez’s home in Uruguay he has assembled a collection of medals and mementoes from his career. Until about a month ago it was a relatively modest archive with a Steven Gerrard jersey taking pride of place. On it, the former...

Daily Mail, 00:36 in Sport
 

Barcelona show that Spanish clubs are in a different league to English sides in Europe 

Standing in a hotel bar the night before the 2011 Champions League final, Graeme Souness stated categorically that Manchester United could not beat Barcelona. The three-times European Cup winner said: ‘Barcelona just have better players everywhere.’...

Daily Mail, 00:36 in Sport
 

Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta ruled out of Spain squad with a muscle problem

Andres Iniesta will miss Spain's European championship qualifier against Belarus. The national team says Iniesta has been dropped from the squad because of 'muscle pain he has felt for the last few days.' Spain play against Belarus next Sunday, three...

Daily Mail, 00:36 in Sport
 
Tommy Coyle versus Luke Campbell mega fight is on

Tommy Coyle versus Luke Campbell mega fight is on

TOMMY Coyle and Luke Campbell will meet in one of the biggest sporting events ever staged in the city after finally agreeing terms on what has become a grudge match between the friends. The Mail can exclusively reveal the two lightweight boxers will...

 

Cameron urges MPs' pay rise u-turn

It is not too late for the body which sets MPs' pay to back down on an inflation-busting 10% hike it is planning for their salaries, Prime Minister David Cameron has said. Ministers have repeatedly urged the Independent Parliamentary Standards...

 

Mental health sufferers go in cells

Police cells were used to detain people suffering mental health problems on more than 4,500 occasions in the last year, new figures reveal. There were a total of 4,537 instances of police custody being used to accommodate individuals held under...

 

80k under 45s diagnosed with cancer

Almost 80,000 people in the UK were diagnosed before the age of 45 and are still living with one of the top four most common cancers, according to research. The data shows that almost 550 men living with prostate cancer in the UK and 2,000 people with...

 

Confusion fear over licence change

Motoring groups fear holidaymakers will face car-hire confusion following today's abolition of the paper part of the driving licence. The paper counterpart shows a driver's record, including offences and endorsements, and is being replaced by an...

 

Alton Towers to reopen to public

Alton Towers will reopen to the public today after shutting its gates following a rollercoaster crash which saw four people seriously injured. The theme park has been closed since Tuesday, and the chief executive of Merlin Entertainments, which owns...

 

Harman: Labour had wrong message

Labour's acting leader has admitted that a significant number of supporters were relieved when the party lost the election. Harriet Harman cast doubts over Ed Miliband's economic credibility with the public and said the party had taken the "wrong...

 


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