News archive from 9 January 2013, page 10

No Sunderland move for Cahill but N'Diaye deal set to be completed

Tim Cahill's move to Sunderland is off. The Australian is weighing up other offers and may yet stay in New York. Sunderland expect to finalise a £3.5m deal for Alfred N'Diaye today. The France Under 21 midfielder visited Wearside yesterday and has...

Daily Mail, 01:29 in Sport
 

Lampard is a world beater! Pirlo thinks Chelsea are mad to let legend leave

Andrea Pirlo has told Chelsea they are wrong to be getting rid of Frank Lampard, adding that he would love to see him at Juventus.The England midfielder is leaving Chelsea at the end of the season as the club do not want to offer him a new deal. But...

Daily Mail, 01:29 in Sport
 

Police chief promises Plebgate charges

Criminal charges linked to the so-called Plebgate affair could be brought by the end of the month, Britain's most senior police officer said yesterday. Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said he hoped to hand a file to prosecutors...

Scotsman, 01:29 in Hot News
 

Ferguson to send Petrucci and Wootton to Posh (to help his son avoid relegation)

Sir Alex Ferguson is sending striker Davide Petrucci and defender Scott Wootton to Peterborough to help out his son. Darren Ferguson needs reinforcements to help his side's battle against the drop.

Daily Mail, 01:29 in Sport
 

Moyes urges Everton to strengthen squad or risk watching more stars leave

Everton manager David Moyes wants the club to bolster his squad in the transfer window as a sign of ambition that could persuade his star players to stay.The uncertainty over the futures of key personnel at Goodison Park could, ultimately, also decide...

Daily Mail, 01:29 in Sport
 

QPR and West Ham set to miss out on Beckham when former England captain decides future next week

David Beckham will make the eagerly anticipated decision on his football future after crucial talks next week. Beckham will hold a series of crunch meetings with his advisers from Monday, with the 37-year-old making a definitive decision concerning...

Daily Mail, 01:29 in Sport
 
2013 GIVES HEAD START TO SMALL FIRMS IN THE UK

2013 GIVES HEAD START TO SMALL FIRMS IN THE UK

Those with 11-25 employees are the most optimistic, saying they expect average to strong sales in the first half of the year according to findings from Aviva, the UK's largest insurer. Its SME Pulse report reveals 30 per cent diversified their...

 
CONNECTING WITH INVESTORS

CONNECTING WITH INVESTORS

His firm Poppy Signs produces commercial signage and services including graphics for vehicles and shops. The £30,000 loan he has just secured will be spent on building a national network of local websites to sell a new range of kits for traders....

 

Congo rebels declare ceasefire before peace talks

The announcement marked a relaxation of the M23 rebels' demand last week that the Democratic Republic of Congo government also agree to a truce before troubled negotiations resume. "We've been for peace ... Today we're declaring that we're in a...

 
Pensions 'Plunge Over £3,000 In Five Years'

Pensions 'Plunge Over £3,000 In Five Years'

People planning to retire this year expect to be living off the lowest average incomes recorded in six years, it has been claimed. This year's retirees expect to have a typical annual income of £15,300, making them around £3,400 a year worse off than...

 

Labour to force vote on rail fares

Labour will force a Commons vote on proposals for super-peak train fares in a bid to derail Government plans. Shadow transport secretary Maria Eagle said the new higher fares, if implemented, could either force ordinary commuters off rush-hour trains...

 

Warning on social care funding gap

The funding gap for providing adult social care in the capital will amount to £907 million within five years, according to a report published by London Councils. The report from the think-tank and lobbying group warns how local authority budget cuts...

 

Health regulator criticised by MPs

The regulator of health and social care in England has not earned public confidence, a scathing report by MPs has concluded. Failures in the registration process and the handling of a whistleblowing board member have "further undermined"...

 

Coalition audit to be published

David Cameron and Nick Clegg are set to publish a dossier detailing progress on 480 pledges made by the coalition Government, which will acknowledge that some targets have been missed, it has emerged. Official sources said the document would be...

 

Prisoner rehab to become compulsory

Prisoners serving sentences under 12 months will be forced to undertake a period of rehabilitation upon release under proposed reforms. As part of a "rehabilitation revolution", Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said short custodial sentences...

 


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