News archive from 16 March 2019

Keith Brown: Indyref2 momentum “unstoppable” as Brexit shows Westminster is broken

The turmoil over Brexit at Westminster over the past week is making the case for Scottish independence “unstoppable”, SNP deputy leader Keith Brown has said. Theresa May suffered a second defeat in the House of Commons for her proposed Brexit deal,...

Scotsman, 00:02 in Politics
 
Children's noses 'hold clues' to serious lung infections

Children's noses 'hold clues' to serious lung infections

Examining the bacteria and viruses in the noses of children could give clues to improve the diagnosis and treatment of severe lung infections, a new study has found. Lung infections are a leading cause of death in under-fives worldwide. The study...

BBC, 00:13 in Regional
 

Can weddings, conferences and carbon-neutral electricity help Lancashire County Council offset funding cuts?

A pair of councillors who were part of an investigation into how Lancashire County Council could make money from the buildings it owns say the authority is still missing out on opportunities. County Hall’s response to a task group report into income...

 

LINCS LEAGUE: Fixtures

Today’s games... Lincs League (KO 2.30pm): Cleethorpes Town Res v Lincoln United DS, Gainsborough Trinity Res v Nettleham, Louth Town v Immingham Town, Ruston Sports v Horncastle Town. Supplementary Cup (KO 2.30pm): Brigg Town CIC v Lincoln Moorlands...

 
Visa extension to boost numbers of overseas students in UK after Brexit

Visa extension to boost numbers of overseas students in UK after Brexit

International students will be given visa extensions of up to a year to look for work in the UK as part of a package of government measures to boost numbers of overseas students after Brexit. The move represents a break with current policy, where...

 
Talking Horses: Davy Russell can put Cheltenham aside with Folsom Blue

Talking Horses: Davy Russell can put Cheltenham aside with Folsom Blue

Cheltenham ended in disappointment for Davy Russell, who could not find a winner during the week and was eighth in the Gold Cup aboard the much-fancied Presenting Percy. But all may not be lost, as the Irishman travels on to Uttoxeter for a single...

Guardian, 00:19 in Sport
 
SpareRoom is trying to combat loneliness by paying people to eat with their flatmates

SpareRoom is trying to combat loneliness by paying people to eat with their flatmates

When you live with flatmates or housemates and you all have different schedules and routines, it can be difficult to sync up and actually spend even a little bit of time together. So sitting down for a whole house meal can be challenging. And if you...

 

12 shocking facts about the worrying STI test rates in Leicester

More than half of people in Leicester have admitted to never being tested for STIs. According to new research just over a quarter of people in the city practice safe sex, but over a third would not be confident in recognising the symptoms of a...

 

Mum left furious after husband says he wants to watch football at Wembley on Mother's Day

Mother's Day is the perfect opportunity for children to spend some quality time with their mums and maybe even spoil them a bit. When the children are young, planning a good Mother's Day can require input from another adult. But this year there is a...

 

Here's how your little one could win a perfect Mother's Day present for their beloved mum

If finding the perfect Mother's Day gift falls to you as the other adult in the house, you may have started to scratch your head about what to buy. Or maybe your little one has come up with some extravagant gift ideas that fall way out of your price...

 

Stolen to order - these are the top 10 cars most popular with thieves

New research has revealed the top ten cars that drive thieves wild. A company that spends its time trying to recover stolen vehicles has crunched its figures and come up with the who's who of nicked motors. Statistics uncovered by TRACKER – the stolen...

 

Can weddings, conferences and carbon-neutral electricity help Lancashire County Council offset funding cuts?

A pair of councillors who were part of an investigation into how Lancashire County Council could make money from the buildings it owns say the authority is still missing out on opportunities. County Hall’s response to a task group report into income...

 

Can weddings, conferences and carbon-neutral electricity help Lancashire County Council offset funding cuts?

A pair of councillors who were part of an investigation into how Lancashire County Council could make money from the buildings it owns say the authority is still missing out on opportunities. County Hall’s response to a task group report into income...

 

Can weddings, conferences and carbon-neutral electricity help Lancashire County Council offset funding cuts?

A pair of councillors who were part of an investigation into how Lancashire County Council could make money from the buildings it owns say the authority is still missing out on opportunities. County Hall’s response to a task group report into income...

 
A history of recent attacks linked to white supremacy

A history of recent attacks linked to white supremacy

Mosques. Synagogues. Black churches. Leftwing politicians. In the past eight years, across continents, white supremacists have repeatedly chosen the same targets for shootings, stabbings, bombings and car attacks. The mass shootings on Friday...

 


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