News archive from 13 June 2012, page 2

HODGSON MULLS OVER SELECTION ISSUES

HODGSON MULLS OVER SELECTION ISSUES

England boss Roy Hodgson has admitted he may find it difficult to make changes for Friday's Euro 2012 showdown with Sweden even though he accepts tiredness may be an issue. At one point during the second-half of the 1-1 draw with France, Scott Parker...

Daily Star, 23:29 in Sport
 

Flame visits Desperate Dan statue

It made a quick stop at the city's Desperate Dan statue, erected to celebrate The Dandy character, where it was carried by 16-year-old swimmer Mark Szaranek from Fife. Mark was picked to represent Great Britain at the 2011 European Olympic Youth Games...

 

Errors 'in 1 in 20 prescriptions'

GPs may be regularly making mistakes when prescribing medicines, according to a high-profile report published today by the General Medical Council. The report found that mistakes in areas such as dosage and timing were common, although it also found...

 

'Nerve bypass' helps paralysed man move arm

Revolutionary surgery has given a paralysed man the ability to move his arms and hands again, it has been widely reported. The surgery, which made global news, has shown that rewiring nerves may allow surgeons to restore basic arm and hand control...

 

How common are repeat abortions?

The NHS “spends £1m a week on repeat abortions”, the Daily Mail reported. The newspaper claimed that single women are using terminations “as another form of contraceptive”, and that some will have “seven, eight or even as many as nine terminations in...

 
Army set to cut thousands of personnel after cuts

Army set to cut thousands of personnel after cuts

More than a thousand armed forces personnel were informed yesterday that they must quit the services as part of efforts to control defence spending. • Around three in ten of the 3,800 confirmed redundancies today are compulsory - with the bulk coming...

Scotsman, 23:33 in Hot News
 
Investors' fears fan flames of Spanish debt crisis

Investors' fears fan flames of Spanish debt crisis

Spanish ten-year government bond yields soared to 6.81 per cent, the highest since 1999 and close to the seven per cent that forced bailout requests from Greece, Ireland and Portugal. Investors are worried how Spain, which has the eurozone's...

Metro, 23:34 in Hot News
 
Hooligans mar Euros as Poland v Russia match sparks riot

Hooligans mar Euros as Poland v Russia match sparks riot

The supporters fought each other and threw rocks, bottles and flares at police in the Polish capital of Warsaw.At least one of the injured thugs was in a serious condition, according to reports. Tensions were raised ahead of the European Championship...

Metro, 23:34 in Hot News
 
Motor industry cries out for finance and engineers

Motor industry cries out for finance and engineers

The staging of a car show in the heart of London's Canary Wharf is a potent symbol. Not only does holding the Motorexpo in Docklands illustrate the dependence of the UK's motor industry on the world of finance; it also points to how the City has...

BBC, 23:38 in Business
 
Poland scores late goals in education

Poland scores late goals in education

The eyes of the football world have turned to Poland, as it plays co-host to Euro 2012. But the country has been winning international approval for a different kind of league table success - as Poland has become one of the rising stars in education....

BBC, 23:38 in Business
 

Police clash with fans at Euro 2012

Polish police have fired rubber bullets and tear gas at a group of young football fans who attacked them with glass bottles during Poland's match against Russia at Euro 2012. The clashes occurred near a fan zone in Warsaw city centre where thousands...

 

Islamist website posts video of Qaeda figure

Libi called on Islamist fighters outside Syria to join rebels in their fight against President Bashar al-Assad. "We call on our brothers in Iraq, Jordan and Turkey to go to help their brothers," he said in the video, released by a group...

 

Apple's car navigation plans hit Harman shares

Shares in car navigation system maker Garmin Inc had also fallen in trading on Monday after Apple said it will enter the market by integrating its Siri voice application into car navigation systems. Apple plans to make it easier for drivers to get...

 

Call to rethink diagnosis methods

Many patients are being “overdiagnosed” and given unnecessary medical treatment for problems that will never harm them, says new research. The study has featured prominently in the press, with the Daily Mail reporting “a plague of overdiagnosis”, and...

 

Combo therapy manages tinnitus

People with tinnitus have been “advised to listen to the sea to cure ringing in ears”, according to Metro, the free commuters’ newspaper. Its story, which may seem comforting only to sailors and fishermen, is based on a new study that explored how...

 


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