News archive from 27 March 2018, page 12

Focus on ability not gender

0 Have your say What on earth do you make of a major political party which for years has campaigned passionately for equality and “inclusiveness”, but may now be in the business of abruptly standing all that on its head and doing precisely the...

 

Hidden plight of Lancashire children forced into marriage

0 Have your say More than a dozen children in Lancashire have been saved from forced marriages in the past two years but experts predict there could be many more hidden victims across the county. A total of 17 protection orders, for 14 girls and three...

 

The gadgets that help you keep an eye on your own symptoms - just like a real doctor: So from lung disease...

From gout to heart problems, around 15 million people in the UK live with a long-term condition that can be controlled, but not cured. A study published this month in the British Journal of General Practice revealed that more than half of patients...

Daily Mail, 06:56 in Health
 
Floyd Mayweather begins training for potential UFC showdown with Conor McGregor

Floyd Mayweather begins training for potential UFC showdown with Conor McGregor

Mayweather revealed that his preparations for a possible MMA fight have begun in earnest. Although admittedly it sounds like his training is currently in its very early stages. But he did go as far as claiming that he could take to the octagon by the...

Daily Star, 06:58 in Sport
 
Kim Jong-un and the mystery of the 'special green train'

Kim Jong-un and the mystery of the 'special green train'

A certain green and yellow train has set off a firestorm of speculation over whether North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is in China on his first trip abroad. The trip, which would be Kim’s first to China since taking power in 2011, comes before historic...

 
Running an electric current through men’s feet could be a fix for premature ejaculation

Running an electric current through men’s feet could be a fix for premature ejaculation

The key to better sex could lie in giving your partner’s feet a little scratch. No, this is not why sexy stuff is called ‘slap and tickle’. A new study has found that tickling men’s feet by running a mild electric current through the foot could be a...

Metro, 06:59 in Lifestyle
 
Man Utd to scupper Real Madrid move for Chelsea star Eden Hazard because of Alexis Sanchez

Man Utd to scupper Real Madrid move for Chelsea star Eden Hazard because of Alexis Sanchez

The Belgian winger has been touted to join the Bernabeu outfit in the next transfer window. With the Blues looking like they will miss out on Champions League football for the second time in three years, Hazard may finally pack his bags and go. Real...

Daily Star, 07:01 in Sport
 

Graeme Souness snubs Lampard, Shearer and Giggs in all-time Premier League champions XI

Graeme Souness’ best Premier League champions XI ever   SKY SPORTS pundit Graeme Souness has picked his best Premier League champions XI. 1 / 12 GETTY GK: Peter Schmeichel “Patrick Vieira, Roy Keane, David Beckham, Sergio Aguero and Eric Cantona are...

Daily Star, 07:01 in Sport
 

Bus price difference

I can’t understand the bus companies that run 120 service. Twice this week I have been on these buses and been charged two different fares. Carter Lodge Avenue to Occupation Lane, on the Stagecoach bus I was charged £1.20, on the First bus couple of...

 

Midlothian care home given ultimatum to improve standards

A NURSING home in Midlothian has been handed a four-week ultimatum to make changes to the standard of its care after industry regulators raised serious concerns over “a large degree of neglect” towards residents in a scathing report. Overstretched...

Scotsman, 07:03 in Politics
 
Mummy found in Egyptian coffin that was thought to be empty

Mummy found in Egyptian coffin that was thought to be empty

Scientists in Australia have discovered the remains of a mummy in a 2,500-year-old coffin that was previously classified as empty. The sarcophagus had been left untouched at a university museum in Sydney for more than 150 years. When scientists opened...

BBC, 07:03 in World News
 
Nestle says it has harnessed science to reduce the sugar in chocolate

Nestle says it has harnessed science to reduce the sugar in chocolate

Nestle is claiming a world first by “restructuring” the sugar it uses in its confectionery to produce a white chocolate bar with 30% less sugar than its usual Milkybar brand. Nestle is the world’s leading producer of packaged foods, but the new...

 

The mysterious Leeds castle that ended up being demolished

Despite its long history of settlement, Leeds lacks a medieval castle. Back in 1770, a wealthy merchant with an interest in British history decided to do something about the absence of a fortress - and built his own. King Alfred's Castle, as it later...

 

Beast of Wombwell may have killed more

The brother of a teenage girl believed to have been murdered by 'the 'Beast of Wombwell' fears he may have killed others. Peter Pickering died on Saturday after being locked up for 45 years for killing 14-year-old Shirley Boldy in Barnsley in 1972....

 

Star Interview: "Grown men are crying at this film": Paddy Considine goes the distance for boxing film...

Paddy Considine always knew he would one day make a film about boxing. A fan of the sport since he was a young child, he loved the first few Rocky movies and was fascinated by the ‘monumental’ nature of fighters. But, when the time came, Considine...

 


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