News archive from 17 May 2013, page 17

Hug your children, parents urged

Parents should give their children "lots of hugs", play games and ensure youngsters get enough sleep, according to new advice from headteachers. They are also urging families to eat dinner together and make time for homework, reading and...

 

Hug your children, parents urged

Parents should give their children "lots of hugs", play games and ensure youngsters get enough sleep, according to new advice from headteachers. They are also urging families to eat dinner together and make time for homework, reading and...

 

Custody death case review published

Police could face misconduct proceedings over the way they dealt with a musician who died in custody, in the wake of a new review. Sean Rigg died in August 2008 while he was being held at Brixton police station and last year the inquest into his death...

 

Special traffic courts to be set up

Traffic-light jumpers and speeding motorists are to be dealt with in special traffic courts in a bid to free up time for more serious cases, the Government said. About half a million motoring cases are heard in magistrates' courts every year and can...

 

Gallagher: I'll never co-write

Noel Gallagher has said he would never "stoop" to co-write a song with another artist. The former Oasis star and High Flying Birds frontman - who was awarded an Ivor Novello award recognising his outstanding song collection - admitted he...

 

Hug your children, parents urged

Parents should give their children "lots of hugs", play games and ensure youngsters get enough sleep, according to new advice from headteachers. They are also urging families to eat dinner together and make time for homework, reading and...

 

Hug your children, parents urged

Parents should give their children "lots of hugs", play games and ensure youngsters get enough sleep, according to new advice from headteachers. They are also urging families to eat dinner together and make time for homework, reading and...

 

I won't shed too many tears for Roberto and Rafa... you just can't keep Terry out of the picture - and...

We are being invited to reach for the tissues as Roberto Mancini and Rafa Benitez take their disgruntled leave of Manchester City and Chelsea respectively.Humiliating, the way they have been treated. Outrageous, going behind their backs to sign their...

Daily Mail, 00:59 in Sport
 

Hug your children, parents urged

Parents should give their children "lots of hugs", play games and ensure youngsters get enough sleep, according to new advice from headteachers. They are also urging families to eat dinner together and make time for homework, reading and...

 

Gallagher: I'll never co-write

Noel Gallagher has said he would never "stoop" to co-write a song with another artist. The former Oasis star and High Flying Birds frontman - who was awarded an Ivor Novello award recognising his outstanding song collection - admitted he...

 

Beckham has been extraordinary... so says Simeone, the man superstar infamously clashed with at 1998 World Cup

Fifteen years after their famous clash in Saint-Etienne, former Argentina international Diego Simeone today praised the 'extraordinary' career of David Beckham.Beckham's announcement that he is to retire at the end of the season has given way to raft...

Daily Mail, 00:59 in Sport
 

England icon Beckham calls time on his tumultuous career... as FA look to embrace him

David Beckham brought the curtain down on an eventful, often turbulent, career on Thursday as he announced his retirement from professional football.MailOnline exclusively broke the news of the 38-year-old's decision to hang up his boots just before...

Daily Mail, 00:59 in Sport
 

Nasri 'sad' over Mancini's departure from Manchester City but fails to show support for former boss

Samir Nasri admits he is "sad' over Manchester City's decision to sack Roberto Mancini but has stopped short of offering the Italian any sympathy. Nasri, who was criticised by his manager in February for only giving "50 per cent', is the...

Daily Mail, 00:59 in Sport
 

Custody death case review published

Police could face misconduct proceedings over the way they dealt with a musician who died in custody, in the wake of a new review. Sean Rigg died in August 2008 while he was being held at Brixton police station and last year the inquest into his death...

 

Custody death case review published

Police could face misconduct proceedings over the way they dealt with a musician who died in custody, in the wake of a new review. Sean Rigg died in August 2008 while he was being held at Brixton police station and last year the inquest into his death...

 


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