News archive from 14 September 2017, page 1

Nuclear deal talks at 'advanced stage'

Nuclear deal talks at 'advanced stage'

The nuclear industry is close to a sector deal with the British Government, according to an important minister. Richard Harrington, Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, made the comments after...

 
EveryWoman Day 2017: Why women are sharing photos of their bellies today

EveryWoman Day 2017: Why women are sharing photos of their bellies today

Today thousands of women across Britain will be writing words on their bellies and posting photographs on social media. It’s all part of a drive to raise awareness of conditions that affect women that aren’t usually discussed. Whether that be...

Metro, 00:08 in Lifestyle
 

Liverpool can forget about winning any big prizes... the Real Madrids will be laughing at them, says Roy Keane

Former Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane has said Liverpool can forget about winning any of the 'big prizes' after being guilty of 'schoolboy defending' in their 2-2 draw against Sevilla. The Reds returned to the Champions League for the first...

Daily Mail, 00:09 in Sport
 

Report urges release of elderly and ill inmates to free up prison places

Hundreds of seriously ill, elderly and other prisoners should be freed to help drive down the "stubbornly high" jail population in England and Wales, a new report suggests. Judges would hear applications for release from inmates still...

 

Benefit reforms leaving disabled people with worse health - report

A new benefits system for disabled people is making their health worse, leaving many isolated and struggling to pay for food and bills, according to a new report. A major survey by more than 80 organisations found 79% of respondents said their...

 

Church urges urgent foodbank action as survey highlights widespread use

More must be done to help hard-pressed Britons, a charity has urged, as figures suggest almost a million adults used a food bank last year. Parents have skipped meals so their children can eat and others have missed celebrating special occasions...

 

New Jane Austen £10 note enters circulation TODAY - what you need to know

A new £10 banknote celebrating Jane Austen has entered circulation and will start to show up in people's pockets in the coming days and weeks. The new tenner is the first Bank of England banknote with a tactile feature to help blind and...

 

Mauricio Pochettino says Tottenham's Champions League win means so much more 'than just three points'

Tottenham finally looked to put their Wembley woes behind them with an impressive 3-1 win over a dangerous Borussia Dortmund side. The win gives Spurs three points in their first Champions League Group tie but manager Mauricio Pochettino says victory...

Daily Mail, 00:16 in Sport
 
New £10 note - made in Cumbria - will soon be in your pocket

New £10 note - made in Cumbria - will soon be in your pocket

A new £10 banknote celebrating Jane Austen has entered circulation and will start to show up in people's pockets in the coming days and weeks. The new tenner - made using plastic made at Innovia in Wigton is the first Bank of England banknote with a...

 
New benefits system is worsening health of disabled applicants, survey finds

New benefits system is worsening health of disabled applicants, survey finds

A new benefits system for disabled people is making their health worse, leaving many isolated and struggling to pay for food and bills, according to a new report. A major survey by more than 80 organisations found 79% of respondents said their...

 

British women more likely than men to go off sex after year with same partner

British women have a greater tendency than men to go off the boil after a year with the same partner, new research suggests. Women in relationships lasting more than a year were around four times more likely to show a lack of interest in sex than...

 

Billy Joe Saunders aims homophobic slur at Willie Monroe Jnr ahead of world title clash before telling...

Billy Joe Saunders labelled Willie Monroe Jnr a 'queer' as the two fighters clashed at a media workout ahead of their world title fight on Saturday Saunders defends his WBO middleweight strap against Monroe Jnr at London's Copper Box Arena this...

Daily Mail, 00:29 in Sport
 

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino heaps praise on Harry Kane after brace against Borussia Dortmund: 'He is...

Mauricio Pochettino hailed Harry Kane as one of the world's best strikers as Tottenham exorcised their Wembley hoodoo on Wednesday night. The England striker scored two and assisted Heung-min Son's opener as Spurs finally won at their temporary home....

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Essex move closer to the County Championship title and push Warwickshire towards relegation

Essex moved to the brink of the Specsavers County Championship title by building a commanding position on day two against Warwickshire at Edgbaston. Second-placed Lancashire, who need to win to take the title battle to another week, were forced to...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 

Wayne Rooney teaches you something different every day, insists Manchester United forward Jesse Lingard as...

Jesse Lingard believes Manchester United's all-time top scorer Wayne Rooney will be welcomed back heartily when he returns to Old Trafford with Everton on Sunday. This summer Rooney, 31, decided to end his decorated spell at Old Trafford in search of...

Daily Mail, 00:35 in Sport
 


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