News archive from 16 April 2018

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba proving his doubters right, says Thierry Henry

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba proving his doubters right, says Thierry Henry

Thierry Henry has opened fire on Paul Pogba after Manchester United were beaten 1-0 by West Brom. The result handed Manchester City the Premier League title and the performance was a far cry from the rip-roaring display Pogba put on a week ago. Pogba...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 
Amy Childs admits she’s ‘crazy’ falling pregnant less than a year after welcoming daughter

Amy Childs admits she’s ‘crazy’ falling pregnant less than a year after welcoming daughter

Amy Childs has admitted she is ‘crazy’ to make the decision to have another child less than a year after welcoming daughter Polly. Amy revealed in early April that she was nearly 20 weeks pregnant with her second baby, and now she has revealed that...

Metro, 00:05 in Showbiz
 
Man arrested after woman stabbed to death in south London

Man arrested after woman stabbed to death in south London

A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a woman was stabbed to death in south London. The woman, believed to be in her 30s, was found with stab wounds on Sudbourne Road in Brixton on Sunday evening. She was pronounced dead at...

 
Nasa to launch Tess on hunt for 20,000 new worlds

Nasa to launch Tess on hunt for 20,000 new worlds

If the vagaries of weather and rocket science do not intervene, the most ambitious search for alien worlds around the brightest stars in the sky will begin on Monday with the launch of Nasa’s newest planet-hunting spacecraft. After final preparations...

 

Martin Keown slams Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi for not learning from his mistakes against Newcastle:...

Martin Keown believes Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi is failing to learn from his mistakes and insists the team must improve their away form if they want to win the Europa League this season.  The Gunners succumbed to a fifth successive away defeat...

Daily Mail, 00:08 in Sport
 
Victoria’s Secret model Taylor Hill looks partied out as she gets carried out of Coachella

Victoria’s Secret model Taylor Hill looks partied out as she gets carried out of Coachella

Coachella really looks like the place to have all the fun and it seems as if Victoria Secret’s Angel Taylor Hill most definitely received that memo. The model was among the many stars who flocked to the Coachella’s Neon Carnival in California on...

Metro, 00:10 in Showbiz
 
UK retailers see 6% drop in shopper numbers in March

UK retailers see 6% drop in shopper numbers in March

Dismal weather kept consumers away from the high street last month, prompting the steepest drop in shopper numbers since the end of 2010. The number of people visiting shops in March dropped 6% compared with the same month last year after strong winds...

Guardian, 00:15 in Business
 
Why days working from bed are key to my mental wellbeing

Why days working from bed are key to my mental wellbeing

As I type up this blog post I’m sat in my own filth. It’s nearly lunchtime and I haven’t showered since yesterday morning because I’ve not been able to get out of bed. In the US, today is ‘wear your pyjamas to work day’. I may be found celebrating by...

Metro, 00:16 in Lifestyle
 
Sorrell set to make £20m from WPP shares

Sorrell set to make £20m from WPP shares

Sir Martin Sorrell could make almost £20m from WPP shares over the next five years despite stepping down as chief executive of the world's biggest advertising group on Saturday. Although he will get no payoff or pension under the terms of his...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
Car insurance cost drops for first time in three years

Car insurance cost drops for first time in three years

Car insurance prices have fallen for the first time in three years, a survey suggests, owing to a reaction to government policy. Reforms to the law on whiplash and a review into how compensation is paid for long-term injuries were thought to be behind...

BBC, 00:17 in Business
 
Plans to extend personalised health budget scheme

Plans to extend personalised health budget scheme

Hundreds of thousands of people with mental health conditions and physical disabilities could be given the option of a personalised NHS budget for their own care needs under government proposals. People with learning difficulties and dementia are...

Guardian, 00:20 in Health
 
Student nurses face financial hardship over loan error, says nursing body

Student nurses face financial hardship over loan error, says nursing body

Hundreds of student nurses whose loans and grants have been cut off or reduced because of administrative errors are facing financial hardship and in some cases may not be able to continue their studies, nurses leaders have warned. More than 800 people...

Guardian, 00:20 in Health
 
Hospital trusts accused of ‘backdoor privatisation’

Hospital trusts accused of ‘backdoor privatisation’

Hospital trusts are spending millions of pounds setting up arm’s-length private companies, which health unions fear will turn staff transferred into them into “second-class employees”. Fifteen trusts in England have already spent £3.2m between them...

Guardian, 00:20 in Health
 
‘Fearful’ politicians are failing to stop damaging Brexit, says Scottish academic

‘Fearful’ politicians are failing to stop damaging Brexit, says Scottish academic

Time is running out to save the UK from a damaging Brexit because of “passive and fearful” opposition politicians, according to a Europe expert. Kirsty Hughes, director of the Scottish Centre on European Relations (SCER), criticised Labour and the SNP...

 


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