News archive from 26 February 2017, page 13

Man charged with death by dangerous driving after lorry collided with pedestrian

A man from Lutterworth has been charged following the death of a woman after a collision in Earl Shilton last year. William McTaff, 57, from Orchard Road, Lutterworth, has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving and is due to appear at...

 

Army of grandparents saving families billions in child care

An “unpaid army” of grandparents are saving UK families billions in child care costs every year according to the latest research from The International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) think tank. With the price of child care increasing 20 per cent recent...

 

Men who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years ‘raise heart disease risk’

Men who drink more than a pint of beer a day over several years may increase their risk of heart disease by prematurely ageing their arteries, new research suggests. The study shows that drinking too much alcohol can affect the elasticity of the...

 
Lily Allen tells of PTSD anguish after stillbirth

Lily Allen tells of PTSD anguish after stillbirth

The singer also wrote on Twitter that she has bipolar disorder, as she was targeted by online trolls while trying to highlight prejudice shown towards immigrants and Muslims. Her comments came after largely anonymous web users taunted her, suggesting...

 
Casey Affleck blasts 'abhorrent' Trump policies at Spirit awards show

Casey Affleck blasts 'abhorrent' Trump policies at Spirit awards show

The American star, who is a favourite to win best actor at the Academy Awards on Sunday, was honoured for his performance as a depressed caretaker in Manchester By The Sea. On stage, he said: "The policies of this administration are abhorrent and...

 
Source lifts lid on Man Utd deal: This move would be great - Here's why it's not happened

Source lifts lid on Man Utd deal: This move would be great - Here's why it's not happened

At least that’s what a Manchester United insider has told The Sun. Rooney has been heavily linked with a Chinese Super League switch since the turn of the year. And that speculation intensified when his agent, Paul Stretford, flew to the Far East this...

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George Orwell's son says Dad would be laughing at President Donald Trump

George Orwell's son says Dad would be laughing at President Donald Trump

George Orwell would have been amused by Donald Trump’s election to the White House, according to his son. Sales of Orwell’s classic novel Nineteen Eighty-Four have soared in the US and Britain as readers try to understand the president’s efforts to...

 
Council leader Ranjit Banwait apologises for parking on double yellow lines

Council leader Ranjit Banwait apologises for parking on double yellow lines

City council leader Ranjit Banwait has apologised to Derby Telegraph readers after his car was spotted parked on double yellow lines during the school run. It follows several instances in the last few weeks of Mr Banwait's car being seen, and...

 
Councillor claim children's lives being put at risk on Spondon road without school crossing patrol

Councillor claim children's lives being put at risk on Spondon road without school crossing patrol

Concerns are growing over the safety of children at a busy Derby road junction, which has been without a school crossing patrol for more than six months – amid claims that it is part of a money-saving exercise. Parents and residents have been pressing...

 
Lottery results: National Lottery Lotto, Lotto millionaire raffle and Thunderball results for Saturday, February 25

Lottery results: National Lottery Lotto, Lotto millionaire raffle and Thunderball results for Saturday,...

The National Lottery results jackpot on Saturday night was for £5.5 million - what would you have done with all that cash if you'd have won? And did you buy a ticket in time? Well, ticket-holders will be disappointed as there were no winners of the...

 

PICTURES AND VIDEO: Anti-fracking protestors in Eckington

Campaigners took to the street of Eckington to make their voices heard against plans for a fracking site in Derbyshire. Hundreds of people came out today, Saturday, February 25, which is National Anti-Fracking Day and walked the streets in protest of...

 
Labour party can't cope after losing Copeland

Labour party can't cope after losing Copeland

Labour are dead. The gravestone will say many things, as there is much to note and many reasons for the death, but it’s still a memorial stone above a coffin. Inside lies the people’s party from 1906 to 2017. The final blow was losing a by-election in...

 

Daventry District Council approves community lottery

Daventry District Council voted to approve the creation of a community lottery at a meeting on Thursday night. The local lottery will help raise money for good causes in the Daventry area and had been discussed in detail at a strategy group {http://...

 

Army of grandparents saving families billions in child care

An “unpaid army” of grandparents are saving UK families billions in child care costs every year according to the latest research from The International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) think tank. With the price of child care increasing 20 per cent recent...

 

Men who sup more than seven pints of beer a week for several years ‘raise heart disease risk’

Men who drink more than a pint of beer a day over several years may increase their risk of heart disease by prematurely ageing their arteries, new research suggests. The study shows that drinking too much alcohol can affect the elasticity of the...

 


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