News archive from 13 February 2015, page 7

Former Police Federation secretary Paul Middup denies 'coordinated press strategy' with force after...

The former secretary of the South Yorkshire Police Federation denied there was a “coordinated press strategy” with the force in the aftermath of the Hillsborough disaster. The inquests into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans heard Paul Middup, who worked...

 

Liam Williams goes from the furnace into the fire for Wales as winger gears up for Six Nations clash with...

The fearless streak in Liam Williams's play can be traced back to his 12-hour shifts working above the blast furnace in Port Talbot. Having scaled heights of more than 250 feet at the Margam Steelworks in South Wales, the full back who also plays as a...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

BUMBLE AT THE WORLD CUP: How I saved Australia's Steve Smith from losing his bat 

David 'Bumble' Lloyd offers his observations from the ICC Cricket World Cup. This time the former England batsman talks free trams, Steve Smith's strange dinner date and England's expectations.   CO-HOSTS WITH THE MOST  I’ve been here a long time...

Daily Mail, 02:00 in Sport
 

Sturgeon touts 'progressive' change

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will make the case for a "progressive alternative" at Westminster with a series of visits south of the border ahead of the general election. It is understood Ms Sturgeon will take part in speeches...

 

Two JPMorgan executives tied to Asia hiring probe to exit -WSJ

The executives were not accused of wrongdoing, but they have stock options vesting soon. The bank did not want them to receive them and wanted to freeze them until the investigation is concluded, the report said. Marin, a nearly 27-year veteran of the...

Reuters, 02:05 in Business
 

'Alarm call' on mentally ill young

A&E visits by children and young people with a mental health illness have almost doubled since 2010/11, official figures show. And around two-thirds of the patients were unable to be admitted to a bed within the same hospital trust or receive a...

 

Sturgeon touts 'progressive' change

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will make the case for a "progressive alternative" at Westminster with a series of visits south of the border ahead of the general election. It is understood Ms Sturgeon will take part in speeches...

 

Sturgeon touts 'progressive' change

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will make the case for a "progressive alternative" at Westminster with a series of visits south of the border ahead of the general election. It is understood Ms Sturgeon will take part in speeches...

 

Sri Lanka minister optimistic about war-crimes report delay

Samaraweera said during a visit to Washington on Wednesday that the new Sri Lankan government was seeking to delay the scheduled March 25 release of the U.N. Human Rights Council report until "August ... or so." Asked if he was anticipating...

 
''I have had enough'' - Marwan Koukash

''I have had enough'' - Marwan Koukash

Marwan Koukash tweeted: ‘‘I have had enough’’ during the closing stages of Salford Red Devils’ crushing 52-6 home defeat by champions Saints. The owner’s hard-hitting comment sparked an immediate buzz on social media. Koukash left the AJ Bell Stadium...

 
'Anonymous' Hackers To Expose Child Sex Abusers

'Anonymous' Hackers To Expose Child Sex Abusers

Activist network Anonymous is planning a day of action to expose establishment child abuse and cover ups. The group, best known for high-profile computer hacks, has codenamed its latest task 'Operation Death Eaters' and is demanding an end to secrecy...

 
Three arrests in heroin smuggling investigation

Three arrests in heroin smuggling investigation

Two men and a woman from West Yorkshire have been arrested as part of a National Crime Agency investigation into a criminal network allegedly involved in importation of heroin. It follows the seizure of almost 15 kilos of heroin, with a likely...

 

Re-read: Merseyside Police raid Garlands nightclub

Merseyside Police are carrying out raids in Liverpool city centre tonight 12:21 am Nick Moreton Police have dramatically stormed Garlands nightclub on Eberle street after a covert investigation revealed class A drugs were being openly dealt in the...

 

'Digital desert' of history warning

Digital technology could turn the 21st century into a new dark age lost to history, a leading internet pioneer has warned. As operating systems and software get upgraded, documents and images stored using older technology are becoming increasingly...

 

'Alarm call' on mentally ill young

A&E visits by children and young people with a mental health illness have almost doubled since 2010/11, official figures show. And around two-thirds of the patients were unable to be admitted to a bed within the same hospital trust or receive a...

 


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