News archive from 16 April 2015, page 18

E-cigarettes ‘unlikely to encourage teens to smoke’

E-cigarettes ‘unlikely to encourage teens to smoke’

E-CIGARETTES are unlikely to become a "gateway" to smoking for teenagers despite their

Scotsman, 00:25 in Hot News
 
400 migrants missing at sea as UN calls for action

400 migrants missing at sea as UN calls for action

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said not enough is being done to save the lives of the rising numbers of African migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe. A UNHCR spokesman made the remarks after it was reported that around...

 
Pearl Harbor dead to be exhumed

Pearl Harbor dead to be exhumed

Tom Gray's family has waited for more than 70 years to bring home the remains of his cousin who was killed in the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. This week that day moved a step closer when the US military announced it would exhume and attempt to...

 
Russian bikers to go-ahead with Red Army ride

Russian bikers to go-ahead with Red Army ride

A RUSSIAN biker club with close links to Vladimir Putin has vowed to press ahead with a controversial 3,700-mile rally from Moscow to Berlin despite Polish opposition. The Night Wolves want to pay homage to the advance of the Red Army in 1945 and plan...

 
Labour doctor helped award £11m in private sector contracts

Labour doctor helped award £11m in private sector contracts

A LABOUR candidate has been accused of NHS hypocrisy after promising to stop health privatisation while helping commission some £11bn of services. Dr Mark Hayes is the Labour candidate for Selby and Ainsty and clinical leader at the NHS Vale of York...

 
BONKERS British weather is scorching in South and below zero in North

BONKERS British weather is scorching in South and below zero in North

rn beaches were packed with sunseekers stripping off to bask in 24C. But brollies were out in the chilly north where temperatures dipped to -2C overnight. Yesterday was the hottest day of the year in some parts of southern England. The Met Office said...

 
Mum 'played nude Twister with teen daughter's friends then drunk romped with 18-year-old'

Mum 'played nude Twister with teen daughter's friends then drunk romped with 18-year-old'

Rachel Lynn Lehnardt threw the naked Twister bash for her 16-year-old daughter and then had sex with an 18 year-old man, cops said. Details of the apparent drug and booze-filled blowout only came to light after 35-year-old Lehnardt came clean to her...

 
ITV's Midsomer Murders out of this world with X-Flies style UFO plot

ITV's Midsomer Murders out of this world with X-Flies style UFO plot

DCI John Barnaby (Neil Dudgeon, 54) and DS Charlie Nelson (Gwilym Lee, 31) will investigate sightings of UFOs over the area. However, the story might not go down well with its diehard fans who like to tune in for a cosy British whodunnit.

 
Nick Clegg pledges to keep Nigel Farrage 'out of Downing Street' in Lib Dem manifesto

Nick Clegg pledges to keep Nigel Farrage 'out of Downing Street' in Lib Dem manifesto

Mr Clegg said his party would “add a heart” to a Tory government in coalition and “a brain to a Labour one”. But he rounded on Ukip, saying that every Lib Dem MP voted in would keep Nigel Farage “out of Downing Street”.

 

Manchester United "close on £70m Mats Hummels, Nathaniel Clyne and Memphis Depay transfers'

Manchester United are closing in on the triple signing of Mats Hummels, Nathaniel Clyne and Memphis Depay. United are going big in the transfer market this summer, and have made Hummels, Clyne and Depay their top targets. Borussia Dortmund's Hummels...

Metro, 00:33 in Sport
 
Operation Black Vote campaign receives criticisms after black stars paint themselves white

Operation Black Vote campaign receives criticisms after black stars paint themselves white

Celebrities including Homeland actor David Harewood and former England footballer Sol Campbell have powdered their faces for the controversial new advertising campaign. Musician Tinie Tempah, 26, and Paralympic medallist and television presenter Ade...

 
Sunset Booze Cruise bosses offer punters potentially lethal nitrus oxide and laughing gas

Sunset Booze Cruise bosses offer punters potentially lethal nitrus oxide and laughing gas

Revellers were promised £20 worth of laughing gas, known as hippy crack, as well as an unlimited bar. They were also offered the chance to party with stars from TV's The Valleys and Towie. But the nitrous oxide, which comes in cartridges used for...

 

Hibernian, Hearts and Rangers condemn decision to move Ibrox club's final game back 24 hours 

Hibs, Hearts and Rangers united in condemnation of the SPFL's decision to move the Ibrox club's final game of the Championship season back 24 hours. In a move designed to accommodate broadcasters, Rangers will face champions Hearts at Tynecastle on...

Daily Mail, 00:33 in Sport
 
Stars sing You'll Never Walk Alone at Hillsborough memorial to mark 26th Anniversary

Stars sing You'll Never Walk Alone at Hillsborough memorial to mark 26th Anniversary

Stars gathered at Anfield to remember 96 Liverpool fans who died at an FA Cup semi-final. They included ex-boss Kenny Dalglish, 64, and manager Brendan Rodgers, 42. Current ace Raheem Sterling, 20, looked close to tears at the memorial service.

 
British jihadists are smuggling Burger King meals into Syria from across the boarder

British jihadists are smuggling Burger King meals into Syria from across the boarder

There are two outlets of the fast food giant just an hour's drive from the frontier in the towns of Gaziantep and Sanliurfa. Would-be fighters travelling through Turkey to join Isis are stocking up on the firm's Whopper burgers before crossing into...

 


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