News archive from 11 April 2012, page 10

STUART BROAD RULED OUT OF IPL

STUART BROAD RULED OUT OF IPL

Broad flew home early from the tour of Sri Lanka and has been ruled out of action for three weeks.

 
SHAUN DERRY SEES 'RED' OVER CARD APPEAL

SHAUN DERRY SEES 'RED' OVER CARD APPEAL

QPR have failed in their bid to get skipper Shaun Derry's controversial sending off at Old Trafford overturned. And that means the midfielder will now miss tonight's clash with Swansea at Loftus Road. The FA yesterday rejected the London club's claim...

Daily Star, 00:17 in Sport
 

NHS workers vote on pension reform

Hundreds of thousands of NHS workers are due to start voting on whether to accept the Government's controversial pension reforms, with a "no" vote set to spark fresh strikes. Unison said its 450,000 health service members in England, Wales...

 
KIRSTY MILCZAREK CLEARED FOR RIDING RETURN

KIRSTY MILCZAREK CLEARED FOR RIDING RETURN

Milczarek had originally been found in breach of the old Rule 201 (v), which concerned anyone who is "Guilty of or conspires with any other person for the commission of, or connives at any other person being guilty of, any corrupt or fraudulent...

 

Border Agency 'has bunker mindset'

The under-fire UK Border Agency must rid itself of its "bunker mentality" or risk raising suspicions that it is trying to mislead Parliament and the public, MPs have warned. Unclear data - which even the agency's own chief executive Rob...

 

Medical guide for migrants slammed

London Mayor Boris Johnson has been accused of encouraging so-called health tourism over a guide telling foreign visitors they would not need to prove their immigration status to register with a GP. The document for refugees and migrants, which is...

 
Pupils ‘sing up’ to win award

Pupils ‘sing up’ to win award

CHILDREN at Bottesford Primary School are celebrating after receiving their Sing Up Silver Award. Music co-ordinator at the school Liz Mills said: “In our school we are really keen that children can grow and develop in all areas and singing is one...

 

NHS workers vote on pension reform

Hundreds of thousands of NHS workers are due to start voting on whether to accept the Government's controversial pension reforms, with a "no" vote set to spark fresh strikes. Unison said its 450,000 health service members in England, Wales...

 

Border Agency 'has bunker mindset'

The under-fire UK Border Agency must rid itself of its "bunker mentality" or risk raising suspicions that it is trying to mislead Parliament and the public, MPs have warned. Unclear data - which even the agency's own chief executive Rob...

 
Energy firms to 'guarantee best deal' on tariffs

Energy firms to 'guarantee best deal' on tariffs

Energy companies will be required to let customers know what their best deal is, in a move which ministers say could save households up to £100 a year. Firms will be obliged to tell people about the most suitable tariff for them and to offer it if...

BBC, 00:19 in Business
 

NHS workers vote on pension reform

Hundreds of thousands of NHS workers are due to start voting on whether to accept the Government's controversial pension reforms, with a "no" vote set to spark fresh strikes. Unison said its 450,000 health service members in England, Wales...

 

Medical guide for migrants slammed

London Mayor Boris Johnson has been accused of encouraging so-called health tourism over a guide telling foreign visitors they would not need to prove their immigration status to register with a GP. The document for refugees and migrants, which is...

 

Border Agency 'has bunker mindset'

The under-fire UK Border Agency must rid itself of its "bunker mentality" or risk raising suspicions that it is trying to mislead Parliament and the public, MPs have warned. Unclear data - which even the agency's own chief executive Rob...

 

Medical guide for migrants slammed

London Mayor Boris Johnson has been accused of encouraging so-called health tourism over a guide telling foreign visitors they would not need to prove their immigration status to register with a GP. The document for refugees and migrants, which is...

 

NHS workers vote on pension reform

Hundreds of thousands of NHS workers are due to start voting on whether to accept the Government's controversial pension reforms, with a "no" vote set to spark fresh strikes. Unison said its 450,000 health service members in England, Wales...

 


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