News archive from 26 January 2019

14 transfers which could happen in the last week of the January transfer window in Scotland

Speculation has surrounded a number of players since the window opened at the start of the month. Below are 14 which could be completed in the coming week. 1. Maryan Shved - Karpaty Lviv to Celtic Rodgers has confirmed the club's interest in the...

Scotsman, 00:08 in Hot News
 

LINCS LEAGUE: Fixtures

Today’s matches: Lincolnshire League: Cleethorpes Town Res v Brigg Town CIC, Louth Town FC v Lincoln United Development Squad, Nettleham v Ruston Sports, Wyberton v Gainsborough Trinity Res, Horncastle Town v Immingham Town (KO 3pm), Lincoln Moorlands...

 
Yvette Cooper’s plan to see off no-deal Brexit hangs in the balance

Yvette Cooper’s plan to see off no-deal Brexit hangs in the balance

A backbench plan to ward off a no-deal Brexit by extending article 50 is in the balance amid concerns from Labour MPs in leave-voting seats, who fear it could be seen as an attempt to frustrate Britain’s departure from the EU. It appears likely that...

Guardian, 00:09 in Politics
 
Orkney rated Britain's best place to live in terms of quality of life

Orkney rated Britain's best place to live in terms of quality of life

Orkney is the best place to live in the UK, with cheap houses, low crime, good schools and a population who are among the happiest and healthiest in the country, according to the annual Halifax quality of life survey. The survey found that all the top...

Guardian, 00:10 in Business
 
Big Garden Birdwatch: The winners and losers over 40 years

Big Garden Birdwatch: The winners and losers over 40 years

Which birds do you see in your garden - and which no longer visit? For 40 years amateur birdwatchers have charted the dramatic changes in the Big Garden Birdwatch, run by conservation charity the RSPB. The wildlife survey, which began in 1979, has...

BBC, 00:17 in Regional
 
Police car deaths: Review of 999 and pursuit driving

Police car deaths: Review of 999 and pursuit driving

The way police cars are driven for 999 calls and pursuits will be reviewed after four deaths involving patrol vehicles in four days, a watchdog said. Four people died in crashes in Warwickshire, Sandwell, London and Leicester from Wednesday to...

BBC, 00:17 in Regional
 
'Millions' of fake cigarettes seized in UK

'Millions' of fake cigarettes seized in UK

Millions of fake cigarettes are entering the UK and undermining efforts to cut smoking, councils have warned. Herefordshire, Lincolnshire and Durham county councils in 2018 found illegal stashes of cigarettes behind shop walls, in sweet boxes and...

BBC, 00:21 in Regional
 

Trump poised to sign bill to end shutdown and temporarily reopen government

Donald Trump announced on Friday that he will sign legislation to temporarily end the longest ever partial shutdown of the US government, which has left hundreds of thousands of federal employees without pay for more than a month. The announcement...

 
Talking Horses: Cheltenham specialist Frodon can land Cotswold

Talking Horses: Cheltenham specialist Frodon can land Cotswold

It will be a surprise if Saturday’s Cotswold Chase has much of a bearing on the Cheltenham Gold Cup but at least Frodon (2.25) can pay for his entry into the March race by beating his five rivals here. It was on this card a year ago that he put up the...

Guardian, 00:29 in Sport
 
Arsenal fear Laurent Koscielny has broken jaw in Manchester United defeat

Arsenal fear Laurent Koscielny has broken jaw in Manchester United defeat

Unai Emery lamented Arsenal’s worsening defensive injury crisis as Laurent Koscielny suffered a suspected broken jaw during their 3-1 defeat at the hands of a vibrant Manchester United. “Koscielny is going to hospital for analysis, maybe a break,”...

Guardian, 00:29 in Sport
 
County lines: Teenagers used by county lines drugs gangs 'rising'

County lines: Teenagers used by county lines drugs gangs 'rising'

The number of teenagers being used by the drugs trade in south Wales is rising and it would be "naive" to think none are from the area, a senior police officer has said. Drugs gangs often use youngsters from outside an area to deal drugs....

BBC, 00:33 in Regional
 

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Car left in twisted heap of metal after horror multi-vehicle crash on Queens Drive

Police have closed part of a major road tonight after a horror multi-vehicle smash in Walton. Details of any injuries as a result of the incident is not yet known but an Audi car was left lying on its side on the pavement after sustaining significant...

 
BBC journalist Ging Ginanjar: A giant of Indonesia's battle for press freedom

BBC journalist Ging Ginanjar: A giant of Indonesia's battle for press freedom

The sudden death of BBC Indonesia's Ging Ginanjar at 54 has sparked many public tributes. The grief isn't just about the loss of a popular editor, Ging was known for the key role he played in bringing about press freedom for the world's largest Muslim...

BBC, 00:42 in World News
 
Bungaree: Indigenous man who helped Flinders explore Australia

Bungaree: Indigenous man who helped Flinders explore Australia

There was much excitement when the remains of Captain Matthew Flinders were discovered beneath London's Euston Station. It was another chance to tell the tale of the brave English sailor who completed the first circumnavigation of Australia in HMS...

BBC, 00:42 in World News
 


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