News archive from 12 March 2015, page 1

'I could not be in stadium with Chelsea train racists' Souley snubs Jose's VIP invite

'I could not be in stadium with Chelsea train racists' Souley snubs Jose's VIP invite

Souleymane S, who was blocked from boarding a Paris Metro service last month, said he did not want to attend the same game as the yobs who abused him. Rejecting the invitation from Blues boss Jose Mourinho, 52, he said: “I won't go. They can't buy me...

 
Ladies daze for Kate and Camilla! Queen of the babes bumps into Duchess at Cheltenham Fest

Ladies daze for Kate and Camilla! Queen of the babes bumps into Duchess at Cheltenham Fest

The horse-loving pair bumped into each other on Ladies Day. They chatted like old pals although it is believed they have never spoken to each other before. When asked by for a picture, the Duchess, 67, smiled and obliged. Kate was wearing white jeans...

 
Kidnapped girl found after 17 years: 'Don't give up hope over Maddie'

Kidnapped girl found after 17 years: 'Don't give up hope over Maddie'

Morne Nurse and wife Celeste say they want to contact Kate and Gerry to tell them to keep the search for their child alive. Their girl, named Zephany, was snatched from her mum's bedside when she was just three days old in Cape Town, South Africa. But...

 
Dying to meet you! Pregnant Princess runs into a dead body in Margate on public engagement

Dying to meet you! Pregnant Princess runs into a dead body in Margate on public engagement

The royal, 33, could not disguise her surprise at an art gallery exclaiming: “Oh my goodness, what's that?!” Luckily the spookily realistic body was a work of art by local Jeremy Miller. Kate, wearing an animal print dress, is due to give birth to her...

 
British jihadists beg to come home: 500 in secret talks with spies

British jihadists beg to come home: 500 in secret talks with spies

The fighters quit Britain for Syria and Iraq to join IS's campaign for a single Islamic state. But a brutal regime of beatings, amputations, beheadings and crucifixions by the terror network has left them anxious to return. They are trying to...

 
Classroom ban for married teacher over fling with teen student he made pregnant

Classroom ban for married teacher over fling with teen student he made pregnant

Jeffrey Thomas was barred after a watchdog ruled his affair with the girl was “sexually motivated”. It started two years ago at a top London academy after Thomas, 40, gave his phone number to the girl, a misconduct panel was told. Thomas later let her...

 

Walking adds years to life: Experts say daily strolls will boost your brain power

Two separate studies published today highlight how a daily walk boosts mental and physical wellbeing. As well as keeping us mobile as we get older, walking can also boost our brains and protect against the chances of developing conditions such as...

 
Rio's small firms getting a helping hand

Rio's small firms getting a helping hand

Like millions of Brazilians, Melania Portela Xavier sees setting up her own business as the only way to earn more money and enjoy a better standard of life. In recent years Ms Xavier has been earning the Brazilian minimum wage, which currently stands...

BBC, 00:44 in Business
 

Dollar shines, stocks on edge on U.S. rate prospects

The dollar's index against a basket of six major U.S. trader partners hit a 12-year high of 99.985 on Wednesday and last stood at 99.689.. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was up 0.1 percent in early Asian trade but still not...

Reuters, 00:52 in Business
 
Rolls-Royce wins share of £285m Royal Navy nuclear submarines order

Rolls-Royce wins share of £285m Royal Navy nuclear submarines order

ROLLS-ROYCE has won a slice of a major order for nuclear-powered submarines for the Royal Navy. The UK's submarine industry will benefit from £285 million of investment to continue design work on the nuclear-deterrent vessels. The order comes from the...

 
China's route to riches

China's route to riches

How did a poor communist country transform itself into having the second most billionaires in the world, after the United States, in just over a generation? That is the billion dollar question. Hurun, which tracks the wealthy, says that they have...

BBC, 01:02 in Business
 

Arsenal "ready to sign Morgan Schneiderlin, Petr Cech and Nevin Subotic in triple transfer deal'

Arsenal are ready to sign Morgan Schneiderlin, Petr Cech and Nevin Subotic in a £47million triple summer deal. The Gunners are set for a squad overhaul at the end of the season with Arsene Wenger keen to turn his side into serious title contenders. A...

Metro, 01:23 in Sport
 
London house prices continuing to fall, says Rics

London house prices continuing to fall, says Rics

House prices in London are moving in the opposite direction to the rest of the UK - they are falling, according to surveyors. More surveyors reported that property prices had fallen in the three months to the end of February than those who reported...

BBC, 01:25 in Business
 

McLaren boss Ron Dennis apologises for gaffe saying driver Fernando Alonso wasn't concussed in testing crash

Ron Dennis, the McLaren chairman, has apologised for the confusion over Fernando Alonso’s condition, and predicted that the Spaniard would race again in Malaysia a fortnight on Sunday. At a dinner in Melbourne ahead of the opening grand prix in...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Sport
 

AP McCoy still waiting for a winner after second disappointing day at Cheltenham 

The underwhelming farewell of AP McCoy to the Cheltenham Festival continued on Wednesday as he missed out again on the winner that he and his supporters crave. The champion jockey came closest in the opening Neptune Investment Management Novices’...

Daily Mail, 01:25 in Sport
 


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