News archive from 10 November 2012, page 108

Fans arrested over offensive banner

Six people have been arrested after a banner attacking a footballer who was racially abused by a Millwall fan was unfurled at the club's ground, police said. The banner saying "Sordell is a c***" was unveiled in a Millwall section of the...

 

Man sought over missing teenager

Detectives have issued an urgent appeal to trace a man in connection with the disappearance of a teenager who is believed to have been murdered. Hertfordshire Police said 22-year-old Jack Wall, from Stevenage, was being sought by officers...

 

Thousands enjoy Lord Mayor's Show

Thousands of people have lined the streets of central London to watch floats, carriages, performers - and Jessica Ennis - in the Lord Mayor's Show. The annual parade marked the inauguration of the 685th Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman Roger...

 

Teenager hands over Malala petition

A schoolboy has presented a petition in support of injured Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai on a global day of action for girls' education. David Crone, 17, handed in the document calling for every child to have the right to go to school, to the...

 

BBC chief George Entwistle resigns

BBC director general George Entwistle has fallen on his sword over the "unacceptable" Newsnight broadcast which wrongly implicated a senior former Conservative in a child abuse scandal. In a brief statement outside Broadcasting House, Mr...

 
Menstrual cycle hormones 'can make asthma worse', say researchers

Menstrual cycle hormones 'can make asthma worse', say researchers

The severity of asthma may be affected by a woman's menstrual cycle according to the results of a new study. Norwegian researches discovered respiratory symptoms become more severe around the time of ovulation. They analysed nearly 4,000 women with...

Daily Mail, 21:55 in Health
 
HERNANDEZ LEADS UNITED CLEAR

HERNANDEZ LEADS UNITED CLEAR

Two-goal substitute Javier Hernandez inspired a dramatic Manchester United comeback against Aston Villa as the Red Devils stretched their lead at the top of the Barclays Premier League to four points with a 3-2 win. Villa stunned their opponents by...

Daily Star, 21:57 in Sport
 
SPRINGBOKS EDGE OUT IRELAND

SPRINGBOKS EDGE OUT IRELAND

Ireland's hopes of humbling South Africa were picked apart in a one-sided second half as the visitors secured a 16-12 win in the Guinness Series opener at Aviva Stadium. Jonathan Sexton kicked four penalties as the Irish seized the 12-3 interval lead...

Daily Star, 21:57 in Sport
 


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