News archive from 9 January 2013, page 8

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"...

 

Ads featuring Savile ruled harmful

Two unrelated adverts which referred to Jimmy Savile have been ruled harmful and offensive following complaints that they made light of allegations of sexual abuse against the disgraced TV presenter. An email for clothing company DirtySmart read...

 

2013 retirees to suffer low income

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

 

Councils cut road safety spending

Councils are making huge profits from parking charges while cutting road safety spending, according to newly published figures. Local authorities in England took more than £411 million in parking charges in 2011/12 - an increase of almost 15% on...

 

2013 retirees to suffer low income

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

 

Councils cut road safety spending

Councils are making huge profits from parking charges while cutting road safety spending, according to newly published figures. Local authorities in England took more than £411 million in parking charges in 2011/12 - an increase of almost 15% on...

 

Heartbroken Farrell forced to quit the ring due to brain damage

Kieran Farrell has been forced to retire from boxing after suffering brain damage during his English title defeat to Anthony Crolla in December.The 22-year-old lightweight was rushed to hospital having collapsed after the final bell and was later...

Daily Mail, 00:51 in Sport
 

Ofcom to act on nuisance calls

OFCOM is to boost its efforts to trace companies behind nuisance calls, after a study found almost half of all adults were subjected to them within a six-month period. The regulator announced a plan to tackle the problem after its research showed a...

Scotsman, 00:52 in Hot News
 

Retrial over gun that sparked riots

A RETRIAL started at the Old Bailey yesterday into the events that led to the shooting of Mark Duggan and the Tottenham riots. Armed police shot Mr Duggan, 29, as he got out of a minicab allegedly holding a loaded gun. His death in Tottenham, north...

Scotsman, 00:52 in Hot News
 
BBC'S DEATH IN PARADISE IS A CARIBBEAN CURATE'S EGG

BBC'S DEATH IN PARADISE IS A CARIBBEAN CURATE'S EGG

We also had another board divided into columns with headings such as He Thinks, They Think and The Audience Knows. What everyone knows and thinks, and the difference between them all, is a vital part of the storytelling machinery. Imagine an episode...

 

Police attacked in flag protests

Loyalists have pelted police with bottles and stones in a new outbreak of trouble in east Belfast amid warnings that potential investors are turning away because of the street violence. A special meeting of Unionist representatives has been called in...

 

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"...

 

Ads featuring Savile ruled harmful

Two unrelated adverts which referred to Jimmy Savile have been ruled harmful and offensive following complaints that they made light of allegations of sexual abuse against the disgraced TV presenter. An email for clothing company DirtySmart read...

 

2013 retirees to suffer low income

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

 

Councils cut road safety spending

Councils are making huge profits from parking charges while cutting road safety spending, according to newly published figures. Local authorities in England took more than £411 million in parking charges in 2011/12 - an increase of almost 15% on...

 


News Widget for Webmasters


Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
  1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31