News archive from 29 March 2011, page 19

MURRAY NEEDS TO TAKE ADVICE

MURRAY NEEDS TO TAKE ADVICE

Jamie Murray believes brother Andy needs to "let his guard down a bit" if he is to take his game to the next level. Andy Murray's form has slumped since his trouncing by Novak Djokovic in the final of the Australian Open in January and he...

Daily Star, 09:04 in Sport
 
WILSHERE SET FOR THIRD START

WILSHERE SET FOR THIRD START

Jack Wilshere is set to start his third successive England game on Tuesday after Fabio Capello agreed to leave Scott Parker on the substitutes' bench for the friendly with Ghana. Parker had been pencilled in to be one of only four players retained...

Daily Star, 09:04 in Sport
 
FERGIE TAKING CARE OVER HERNANDEZ

FERGIE TAKING CARE OVER HERNANDEZ

Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed Manchester United are having to treat Javier Hernandez with special care in order to guide him through his debut Premier League campaign. When Ferguson abandoned his normal habit of giving players extended time off...

Daily Star, 09:04 in Sport
 
Did Osborne back euro bailouts?

Did Osborne back euro bailouts?

The Tories have always suggested that Labour's Alistair Darling agreed to a bailout scheme to prop up the Euro in his final days as Chancellor. It has also repeatedly been said that his then opposite number, George Osborne, objected to Britain...

 
FA: Fabio Capello our first choice for

FA: Fabio Capello our first choice for

The Real Madrid boss yesterday said he would have succeeded Steve McClaren in 2007 had it not been for a last-minute change of heart to remain in club management. ‘I was hours away from signing up for England,’ said the selfproclaimed ‘Special One’,...

Metro, 09:10 in Sport
 

Porridge helps Pret a Manger stay hot

The chain, majority owned by private equity firm Bridgepoint BRDG.UL, said on Tuesday it planned to open more than 30 shops this year as it becomes increasingly confident about its expansion in the United States and debuts in France. "We haven't...

Reuters, 09:10 in Business
 

Mouchel rejects offers from Costain and Interserve

"Any such discussions would also entail a further period of uncertainty and disruption to the business," it said. "Accordingly, and having consulted a number of Mouchel's largest shareholders ... the board has decided it is not in...

Reuters, 09:10 in Business
 
Manchester City's Mario Balotelli told to grow up before international recall

Manchester City's Mario Balotelli told to grow up before international recall

The 20-year-old was left out of the Azzurri’s Euro 2012 qualifier against Slovenia on Friday for breaching the team’s code of conduct while competing for his club. He was red-carded for a reckless tackle in City’s Europa League quarter- final, second...

Metro, 09:10 in Sport
 
Niall Ferguson: school history lessons 'lack all cohesion'

Niall Ferguson: school history lessons 'lack all cohesion'

The Harvard academic Niall Ferguson has warned that too few pupils are spending too little time studying history – and what they do study lacks a sweeping narrative. He offers his own lesson plan to remedy what he says is a lack of cohesion, in which...

Guardian, 09:10 in Learning
 
Politics live blog - Tuesday 29 March

Politics live blog - Tuesday 29 March

8.47am: There's plenty to keep us busy today. London is hosting a conference about the future of Libya. Adam Gabbatt should have more details on his Libya live blog. There will be a press conference, but it won't be until late this afternoon. I'll be...

Guardian, 09:10 in Politics
 
Ben Foden arrested after argument with taxi driver

Ben Foden arrested after argument with taxi driver

Ben Foden, the Northampton and England full-back, was arrested by police on Monday morning in London following an argument with a taxi driver. Foden was arrested on suspicion of criminal damage at 3.30am, according to a report in Tuesday's Daily...

Guardian, 09:11 in Sport
 
Cricket World Cup 2011 Daily: 29 March | Steve Busfield

Cricket World Cup 2011 Daily: 29 March | Steve Busfield

Sri Lanka v New Zealand - live with Rob Smyth Here is some suggested reading from guardian.co.uk and across the web: And here's... Everything you need to know about the World Cup but... • Team by team guides • Interactive guide to all the venues • The...

Guardian, 09:11 in Sport
 
COSGROVE FRONTS NICKELODEON ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN

COSGROVE FRONTS NICKELODEON ANTI-BULLYING CAMPAIGN

Actress MIRANDA COSGROVE is leading a new TV campaign to raise awareness about bullying in the digital age. The iCarly star has joined forces with executives at children's TV network Nickelodeon and a host of its young actors to stamp out the...

 
CRUZ LANDS WALK OF FAME HONOUR

CRUZ LANDS WALK OF FAME HONOUR

Spanish actress PENELOPE CRUZ is to be honoured with the 2,436th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Director Rob Marshall will honour the sexy new mum when she unveils her Tinseltown landmark on 1 April (11). Cruz's star will be right in front of...

 
MICHELE 'FINE' AFTER CAR CRASH

MICHELE 'FINE' AFTER CAR CRASH

A representative for LEA MICHELE has assured fans the GLEE star is "fine" after she was involved in a car crash on Friday morning (25Mar11). The actress was heading back to her Los Angeles home at around 2am (local time) when her car was...

 


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