News archive from 11 June 2018

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Woman slashed to stomach during 'serious assault' in Kirkby

A woman was slashed to her stomach and had either a brick or stones thrown at her during what police have described as a "serious assault" in Kirkby. Emergency services were called to a piece of land off Bewley Drive and Valley Road at...

 

How Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold used Twitter to 'make this LFC fan's night'

This Liverpool fan says Trent Alexander-Arnold has "made his night" after an exchange on Twitter - which started out as a joke about an England shirt. Ben Kelly posted on social media how he "wanted to buy an England shirt with...

 
Lack of data hampers Theresa May's efforts on racial inequality

Lack of data hampers Theresa May's efforts on racial inequality

Theresa May’s efforts to tackle racial disparity in public services are being hampered by poor data-gathering in Whitehall, MPs have warned. The House of Commons’ women and equalities committee welcomed the launch of the prime minister’s...

 
New rules to stop spread of 'To Let' signs in areas popular with students

New rules to stop spread of 'To Let' signs in areas popular with students

Landlords and estate agents will have to apply for planning permission to put up to let signs in areas of Leicester popular with students when new legislation comes into force next month. Leicester City Council has been granted new powers to stop...

 
Train firms skirt law on loss claims, says Which?

Train firms skirt law on loss claims, says Which?

Some train companies are "thumbing their noses at passengers" by not paying out for costs incurred when services fail, says Which? Passengers are entitled to claim if the last train of the night is cancelled and they have to get a taxi...

BBC, 00:11 in Regional
 
The robot will see you now: how AI could revolutionise NHS

The robot will see you now: how AI could revolutionise NHS

Robots could soon help hospital patients eat their meals, diagnose serious illnesses and even help people recover from operations, in an artificial intelligence revolution in the NHS, a new report predicts. Machines could take over a wide range of...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 
Converting bad fat to good fat: a new means of tackling obesity

Converting bad fat to good fat: a new means of tackling obesity

Scientists have developed a radical approach to treating obesity in which “bad” white fat is converted into “good” brown fat tissue that burns calories far more rapidly. So far the technology, which involves converting fat cells in a bioreactor, has...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 
Antibiotic resistance could be countered by anti-bacterial viruses

Antibiotic resistance could be countered by anti-bacterial viruses

Viruses that invade bacteria but leave human cells alone could help scientists find ways around the growing problem of antibiotic resistance, researchers have said. A study has showed that a cocktail of bacteriophages, or “phages”, resulted in no side...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 
Firefighters tackle blaze at Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield

Firefighters tackle blaze at Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield

Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a hospital in north London. London Fire Brigade said 58 firefighters were at Chase Farm Hospital, Enfield, where part of the ground floor of a two-storey building was alight. Crews from Enfield, Southgate,...

BBC, 00:14 in Regional
 
Graduation selfies could lead to degree fraud, say experts

Graduation selfies could lead to degree fraud, say experts

Freshly graduated students who take pictures with their new degrees are being urged not to share the images on social media, to avoid fuelling the multimillion-pound trade in fake degrees. Higher Education Degree Datacheck (Hedd), the UK’s official...

Guardian, 00:24 in Learning
 
Post-school education in England attacked in Lords report

Post-school education in England attacked in Lords report

Tertiary education in England is heavily skewed in favour of universities, but offers poor value for money for students and the economy, according to a critical report by the House of Lords. The report by the Lords’ economic affairs committee calls...

Guardian, 00:24 in Learning
 
Peter Gordon's creamy mushroom and hazelnut soup recipe

Peter Gordon's creamy mushroom and hazelnut soup recipe

This semi-chunky soup is simple to make and very tasty. You can make it from a variety of mushrooms or just plain old field mushrooms, but button mushrooms by themselves won’t have enough flavour. Walnuts work just as well as hazelnuts. Creamy...

 

Dewsbury’s McDonalds store to close after 26 years

Dewsbury’s McDonalds store is to close at the end of the month, after 26 years in the town. The restaurant, on Church Street, will close its doors on Saturday November 30. Pritpal Singh, McDonald’s franchisee, said: “I can confirm that in conjunction...

 

See Birmingham’s very first luxury apartments with full VIP hotel service

Imagine living with first class VIP hotel luxury at your finger tips – day to night. Room service available 24/7, a state-of-the art gym, cinema, spa, restaurants, bars – even a night time bed turning option – all part and parcel of your own personal...

 


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