News archive from 29 June 2018

Toni Kroos avoided passing to Germany team-mate during World Cup because he ‘did not trust him’

Toni Kroos avoided passing to Germany team-mate during World Cup because he ‘did not trust him’

Toni Kroos avoided passing to one of his own team-mates during Germany’s miserable World Cup campaign because he ‘did not trust him’, according to reports. Germany, the winners of the last World Cup in 2014, opened up their campaign in Russia with a...

Metro, 00:00 in Sport
 

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Seeing the same doctor over time 'lowers death rates'

Seeing the same doctor over time 'lowers death rates'

Patients who see the same doctor again and again have lower death rates, a study suggests. The benefits applied to visits to GPs and specialists and were seen across different cultures and health systems. University of Exeter researchers said the...

BBC, 00:10 in Health
 
Deprived areas 'have five times more fast food outlets'

Deprived areas 'have five times more fast food outlets'

Deprived areas such as Blackpool and parts of Manchester and Liverpool have five times more fast food outlets than affluent areas, a survey suggests. The data, from Public Health England (PHE), compared levels of deprivation with numbers of takeaways...

BBC, 00:10 in Health
 
Poorer areas of England have more fast-food shops, figures show

Poorer areas of England have more fast-food shops, figures show

Almost half of the fast-food outlets in England are in the most deprived parts of the country, figures show, raising fresh concerns about child obesity in poorer areas. The most affluent 10% of England is home to just 3% of fast-food restaurants, chip...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 
Keeping the same doctor reduces death risk, study finds

Keeping the same doctor reduces death risk, study finds

Seeing the same doctor each time you need medical care might reduce your risk of death, research suggests. Previous studies have revealed that so-called continuity of care is linked to a number of benefits, including patients following medical advice...

Guardian, 00:11 in Health
 
MPs condemn Home Office over detained Windrush pair

MPs condemn Home Office over detained Windrush pair

The Home Office behaved in a “shocking” manner towards two Windrush citizens, Paulette Wilson and Anthony Bryan, both of whom were wrongly sent to immigration detention centres before a planned removal from the UK, despite being continuously resident...

 

LeBron James next team odds: EIGHT most likely destinations for Cavs star revealed

LeBron James will reveal where his NBA future lies on Friday with the opt-in deadline fast-approaching. The Cleveland Cavaliers megastar looks set to leave the NBA Finals 2018 runners-up despite another terrific individual season in Ohio. James has...

 

Danny Dyer says daughter Dani has not "put a foot wrong" in Love Island

Danny Dyer has said his daughter Dani has not "put a foot wrong" in the Love Island villa despite admitting he struggled with her going on the show. The EastEnders actor appeared on a one-off evening edition of Good Morning Britain alongside...

 

Spectre of more mass cuts in Birmingham as council says 'very difficult decisions' to be taken 'without delay'

The spectre of still more cuts has been raised in Birmingham after the city council warned that "very difficult decisions" must be taken "without delay". The cash-strapped authority - which has already taken the axe to a string of...

 
Tata Steel deal with ThyssenKrupp 'close to completion'

Tata Steel deal with ThyssenKrupp 'close to completion'

Tata Steel and ThyssenKrupp are close to agreeing terms on a merger that will create Europe's second-biggest steelmaker, after Arcelor Mittal. Senior City sources said the deal - which has been under negotiation for more than a year - could be...

BBC, 00:21 in Business
 
Debate over cash machines hots up

Debate over cash machines hots up

Debate over the future of ATMs in the UK has intensified ahead of a cut in the fee operators receive from banks. The start of a reduction, over the course of four years, in the fee paid each time a cash machine is used takes effect on Sunday. Link,...

BBC, 00:21 in Business
 
London house price growth at nine-year low amid Edinburgh and Manchester spurt

London house price growth at nine-year low amid Edinburgh and Manchester spurt

House price growth in London has slowed to a nine-year low, while prices in Edinburgh and Manchester are rising faster than in any other major UK city, according to a survey. The latest UK Cities House Price Index, from the property research firm...

Guardian, 00:21 in Business
 
Legalising cannabis could be ‘win-win-win’ for UK, says thinktank

Legalising cannabis could be ‘win-win-win’ for UK, says thinktank

Margaret Thatcher’s favourite free-market thinktank has called on the government to legalise cannabis, arguing that the move could generate more than £1bn in extra tax revenues every year, as well as savings in health and other public services....

Guardian, 00:21 in Business
 
Keeping the same doctor reduces death risk, study finds

Keeping the same doctor reduces death risk, study finds

Seeing the same doctor each time you need medical care might reduce your risk of death, research suggests. Previous studies have revealed that so-called continuity of care is linked to a number of benefits, including patients following medical advice...

 


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