News archive from 15 October 2012, page 11

That's one way to make an impact! Rebecca Ferguson returns to the X Factor stage in figure-hugging gold...

She came runner up in the 2010 series of the show and tonight Rebecca Ferguson made a dramatic return to the X Factor. The 26-year-old Liverpudlian singer looked almost unrecognisable as she stepped out in a figure hugging sparkling gold catsuit....

 

Analysis - Aid recipients to IMF: What took you so long?

Countries such as Argentina, Indonesia and South Korea, which were required to make deep budget cuts in exchange for tens of billions of dollars in International Monetary Fund aid, said the lending institution was finally learning from mistakes made...

Reuters, 00:39 in Business
 

Rachel Hunter tells of health woes

Model Rachel Hunter has told for the first time how she faced a lengthy battle with health problems following the break-up of her relationship with her fiance. Now back to health, the 43-year-old told Hello! magazine she suffered a potentially...

 

Women in cathedral pulpit protest

Four women from the Occupy movement have chained themselves to the pulpit in London's St Paul's Cathedral during evensong. The women interrupted the service, shouted a list of grievances against the cathedral and read part of the Bible, according to a...

 

BBC boss quizzed Savile on rumours

A senior member of staff at the BBC has revealed he questioned Jimmy Savile over rumours about his private life more than 20 years ago. As police revealed the DJ and television presenter's alleged catalogue of child sex abuse could have spanned six...

 

Women in cathedral pulpit protest

Four women from the Occupy movement have chained themselves to the pulpit in London's St Paul's Cathedral during evensong. The women interrupted the service, shouted a list of grievances against the cathedral and read part of the Bible, according to a...

 

PM's Moby-Dick reading goes live

A reading by the Prime Minister that aims to introduce the 161-year-old novel Moby-Dick to a new generation goes live to the world on Monday. David Cameron has voiced chapter 30 of the classic American novel as part of The Moby-Dick Big Read. He is...

 

UK recovery reliant on consumers

Consumers will have to prop up the economic recovery over the next year if the UK is to weather the storms facing exporters, a leading forecaster has said. Ernst & Young's ITEM Club believes that recent trends of falling inflation and rising...

 

PM's Moby-Dick reading goes live

A reading by the Prime Minister that aims to introduce the 161-year-old novel Moby-Dick to a new generation goes live to the world on Monday. David Cameron has voiced chapter 30 of the classic American novel as part of The Moby-Dick Big Read. He is...

 
Libya's national assembly elects former diplomat as prime minister

Libya's national assembly elects former diplomat as prime minister

Mustafa Abushagur was dismissed after his choice of ministers ran into protests both from within the assembly and from outside. Libya desperately needs a viable government so that it can focus on reconstruction and healing divisions opened up by the...

 

UK recovery reliant on consumers

Consumers will have to prop up the economic recovery over the next year if the UK is to weather the storms facing exporters, a leading forecaster has said. Ernst & Young's ITEM Club believes that recent trends of falling inflation and rising...

 

Some hands 'like dirty toilets'

More than one in 10 people's hands are so contaminated with faecal organisms that the levels of bacteria detected were equal to what you would expect to find in a dirty toilet bowl, a new study suggests. Out of the samples taken, 11% of hands, 8% of...

 

Report: Families £8 a month poorer

Families are £8 a month worse off than they were a year ago as the pressure on their finances tightens its grip, a report has found. Sluggish growth in household incomes has driven the deterioration, with the amount of cash people have coming in...

 

Some hands 'like dirty toilets'

More than one in 10 people's hands are so contaminated with faecal organisms that the levels of bacteria detected were equal to what you would expect to find in a dirty toilet bowl, a new study suggests. Out of the samples taken, 11% of hands, 8% of...

 

Report: Families £8 a month poorer

Families are £8 a month worse off than they were a year ago as the pressure on their finances tightens its grip, a report has found. Sluggish growth in household incomes has driven the deterioration, with the amount of cash people have coming in...

 


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