News archive from 26 May 2017, page 3

Bill Carmichael: Terrorism – David Blunkett was right all along on extremist threat

PERHAPS we should have listened more carefully to the wise words of David Blunkett? Back in 2001 the then Home Secretary was clear-sighted enough to realise in the wake of the 9/11 atrocities that we must do more to protect citizens from swelling...

 
Hollyoaks spoilers: Horror as Holly Cunningham is raped by Nick Savage

Hollyoaks spoilers: Horror as Holly Cunningham is raped by Nick Savage

Nick Savage’s horrific attitude towards women and consent rears its ugly head again in upcoming Hollyoaks which leads to a traumatic ordeal for Holly Cunningham as he rapes her.  Fans of the soap know that Nick has already sexually abused Ellie...

Metro, 00:36 in Showbiz
 
Mark Zuckerberg gets Harvard degree after dropping out

Mark Zuckerberg gets Harvard degree after dropping out

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has returned to Harvard University under rainy skies to give a graduation speech and receive an honourary degree. The world's fifth-richest person, worth $62.3b (£48.1b), famously dropped out of Harvard after launching...

BBC, 00:44 in World News
 
Wilfried Zaha: Crystal Palace star signs new five-year deal despite Tottenham interest

Wilfried Zaha: Crystal Palace star signs new five-year deal despite Tottenham interest

The 24-year-old winger has been linked with a potential £30million move to Spurs. But following another successful season personally at Selhurst Park, Palace have ensured his future at the club. Having re-signed back in 2015 after a failed spell at...

 
SNP switch manifesto launch to Perth as general election campaigning restarts

SNP switch manifesto launch to Perth as general election campaigning restarts

The SNP has shifted its manifesto launch to Perth, a key battleground seat in the general election. Document launches postponed by the Nationalists, Scottish Liberal Democrats, and Scottish Greens in the aftermath of the bombing will now take place in...

 

Groundbreaking timelapse reveals a functioning kidney cell in unprecedented detail

Researchers have released what is possibly the most complex, time-lapse video of a functioning cell.  The cell, taken from the kidney of an African green monkey, was analyzed with dyes, fluorescent proteins and a laser scanning microscope.  The video...

 

Zika could infect more babies than previously thought - causing eye diseases and other conditions we never...

Zika could be more dangerous to unborn babies than previously thought, a new study suggests. Tests on pregnant monkeys infected with the virus found that every single fetus had picked up some trace of Zika. Taking a closer look, the researchers at the...

 

America's nuclear safety plans are based on 'flawed analysis' and a single waste fire could spread...

Nuclear waste-fires at any of the dozens of reactor sites across the US could spread radioactive material throughout an area twice the size of New Jersey, scientists warn. And, they say the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission’s failure to adopt a...

 

Pasta that 'pops up' on your plate: MIT reveals shape shifting food that is far cheaper to ship

MIT researchers have developed a new way to change the dining experience, making it interactive and unexpected.  They've made flat sheets of gelatin and starch that, when submerged in water, sprout into 3-D structures, including common pasta shapes...

 

Get ready for MegaHD: Researchers reveal technique to 'drastically improve' screens on everything from...

Displays for televisions, smartphones and other devices consists of hundreds of thousands of pixels that contain three subpixels – red, green and blue. Now, researchers have discovered that by applying electrical voltages to the subpixels, they are...

 

The Multi-Million-Dollar Men: Meet corporate America’s highest paid CEO’s by state – dominated by execs on...

Not all states are created equal - at least when it comes to how much each Chief Executive Officer is paid. According to the latest survey put together by The Associated Press and Equilar, an executive firm, CEOs in the East and West coasts are...

 

Most extreme Jaguar EVER to be made in Coventry

The most EXTREME performance Jaguar is coming soon - and it’s going to be made in Coventry. Just 300 Jaguar XE SV Project 8 cars will be produced and they will be designed, engineered and assembled by Jaguar Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations...

 

Nathaniel Chalobah gives Chelsea fans first-person view of Premier League celebrations with GoPro camera

Chelsea have enjoyed a remarkable season to date and their celebrations are potentially far from over. The Blues could complete the Double on Saturday if they beat Arsenal to win the FA Cup final at Wembley. They completed the first half of the Double...

Daily Mail, 00:53 in Sport
 
Eddie Maher: How I took my family on the run for 19 years

Eddie Maher: How I took my family on the run for 19 years

Five years ago a woman walked in to a police station in Ozark, Arkansas and claimed her father-in-law was a British fugitive. It was the end of the road for Eddie Maher, who had been on the run - with wife and children in tow - for 19 years. How did...

BBC, 00:53 in World News
 
TV show triggers Chinese virginity debate

TV show triggers Chinese virginity debate

"He asked me whether I am a virgin," says Qiu Yingying, bursting into tears. She has just found out her relationship with boyfriend Ying Qin is over, after he found out she had had sex in the past. The scene from China's biggest soap opera...

BBC, 00:53 in World News
 


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