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Articles from November 30, 2010

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37,000 Violent Thugs a Year Escaping with Just a Caution
Byline: James Slack Home Affairs Editor MAGISTRATES yesterday revealed that 37,000 violent thugs got away with a caution rather than jail in a single year under Britain's 'incoherent' justice system. John Thornhill, chairman of the Magistrates'...
A Cruise with a Pit Stop; It's One of the Year's Most Glamorous Events - and You Are Invited. Join Azamara for a Cruise from the French to the Italian Riviera, Stopping at the Monaco Grand Prix
HAVING just clinched the 2010 Formula 1 title, all eyes will be on Sebastian Vettel next year - nowhere more than at the iconic Monaco Grand Prix. Recognised as the most glamorous yet exacting of all motor races due to its run around the winding streets...
Acupuncture Does Relieve Pain, Say Scientists
Byline: Science Reporter IF YOU'RE a fan of acupuncture, you might just have a point, scientists said last night. Scans show that sticking needles into a body calms brain cells used to process and perceive pain. This suggests that the popular...
Acupuncture Does Relieve Pain, Say Scientists
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Reporter IF YOU'RE a fan of acupuncture, you might just have a point, scientists said last night. Scans show that sticking needles into a body calms brain cells used to process and perceive pain. This suggests...
A DEADLY DOUBLE-CROSS; TERROR IN THE DESERT; A Daring Secret Escape Plot. the SAS Rescue That Never Came. and How the Callous Pirates Forced the Chandlers' Family to Stump Up [Pounds Sterling]280,000 - Then Refused to Let Them Go
Byline: EXCLUSIVE by David Jones; ADDITIONAL REPORTING VANESSA ALLENs THIS week we have been publishing the awesome story of Paul and Rachel Chandler, held hostage by Somali pirates for 13 months. Today, they tell of their utter despair when the...
Ageing Population a Ticking Timebomb for UK's Finances
Byline: Ruth Sunderland The OBR has sounded an alarm bell on the long-term cost of supporting the UK's ageing population, saying there are 'difficult decisions' to make once the national books have been put into balance following the financial crisis....
A Good Start. but Will It Last 5 Years? Commentary
Byline: by Alex Brummer CITY EDITOR ANYONE who approached the Government's autumn economic statement expecting budgetary fireworks of the kind favoured by Gordon Brown will have been bitterly disappointed. Instead, they would have first been...
A Journey to the Past; Fancy Something a Bit Different from Sun and Sea? Try Sun and River. This Brilliant Cruise Down the River Nile Will Show You Some of the Splendours of Ancient Egypt
IT'S easy to feel as though you are stuck in a time warp while luxuriating on the deck of your Nile river cruiser at sunset, a drink in hand, feet dangling in the plunge pool while watching life glide gently by. There's no better way of experiencing...
Alaska: Half a World Away Oceania; Remote and Rugged Alaska Is a Must-See Destination. Go There on a Cruise Ship and You'll See the State Known as 'The Last Frontier' in a Unique and Compelling Way
A WE-INSPIRING Alaska is without doubt one of the world's must-see destinations.And an Alaskan voyage really is the only way to capture the wild beauty of this spectacular landscape. If you fancy taking this once-in-a-lifetime trip, you're in luck:...
Aliens DO Exist (or So Half the British Public Believes)
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Reporter IF YOU are a down-toearth sort, this might sound slightly alien - but almost half of Britons believe in little green men. A poll of more than 2,000 adults found that 44 per cent are of the opinion extra-terrestrial...
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Anglo Will Disappear in Weeks Anglo Will Disappear in Weeks; but Honohan's View Is News to Me, Says Bank's Boss Dukes
Byline: Senan Molony Political Editor ANGLO Irish Bank will be closed down by the end of January, the governor of the Central Bank said yesterday. But the claim by Professor Patrick Honohan provoked an immediate storm, with accusations of a 'second...
An Irish Threat to Osborne's Rosy Scenario; COMMENT
Byline: by Alex Brummer City Editor MANY of the uncertainties surrounding the for e -casts from the Office for Budget Responsibility relate to Ireland and the euro. No one can be entirely sure how the crisis in euroland will eventually unfold...
AP Favourite to Land Top Honour; Shortlist Revealed for BBC Award
Byline: by ALAN FRASER TONY McCoy is hot favourite to become the first jockey to be named BBC Sports Personality of the year following the announcement last night of the shortlist of 10. His emotional victory in the Grand national at Aintree...
A RESORT AT SEA; You Will Never Be Bored on a P&O Cruises Holiday to the Caribbean.You Will Find Something to Do on Board Any Time of the Day or Night
THERE can be nothing more idyllic than sitting on the terrace of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White's signature restaurant at sea sipping an ice cold aperitif as the Caribbean sun slowly sets. Attentive staff are on hand with subtle, unobtrusive...
Are These Two Really Any Better?
AUSTRALIA have reacted to their disastrous showing with the ball in England's second innings by calling seamers Doug Bollinger and Ryan Harris into their squad for Friday's second Test at Adelaide. Fast bowler Mitchell Johnson could be most at threat...
As Airplane and Naked Gun Star Leslie Nielsen Dies at 84, a Rib-Tickling Tribute to the Master of the Groan-Inducing Gag
Byline: by David Thomas SILVER-HAIRED, sober-suited and standing in the aisle of a stricken airliner, Leslie Nielsen talks to an innocent, freshfaced young stewardess. 'Tell the captain we've got to land as soon as possible. This woman has to be...
As If by Magic, Potter Stars Lead Rich List
Byline: Liz Thomas SHE has earned more at the tender age of 20 than most of us can imagine making in a lifetime. But despite having more than [pounds sterling]20million to her name, Emma Watson has only made it to third place in a list charting...
Ask the Doctor
Dr Alex Yellowlees, 57, is a consultant psychiatrist and medical director of the Priory Hospital in Glasgow. He lives with his wife Heather, 49, a physical therapist, and between them the couple have five children aged 13 to 20. EXERCISE PREVENTS...
A Special Deal for Killer; Family Furious after Minister Lobbied to Move Hitman to More Comfortable Jail
Byline: Sandra Murphy THE family of a baker murdered by a hitman have attacked a Government minister who lobbied to have him transferred to a more 'comfortable' jail. Relatives told of their outrage yesterday after hearing how John Moloney had...
A Testament to Bravery, the Two Remarkable Boys Who Recovered from Strokes
Byline: Petrina Vousden WHEN two-year-old Oscar Power suffered a devastating stroke in March he was left fighting for his life. But Ireland's youngest-known stroke survivor picked up a bravery award yesterday having made a 'miraculous' recovery....
Attack Victim Loses Home; Female Taxi Driver Fell into [Euro]20,000 Debt after She Was Assaulted, Leaving Her Unable to Work or to Pay Her Mortgage
Byline: Helen Bruce A FEMALE taxi driver who was unable to work after being attacked on the job has lost her home after she was unable to meet her repayments. The single mother from Edenderry, Co. Offaly, claims the attack left her unable to...
Avanti Soars on Satellite Launch; MARKET REPORT
Byline: by Geoff Foster SHARES of Avanti Communications were sent into orbit following the successful launch on Friday of its multimillion-pound HYLAS 1 satellite, which features technology enabling consumers to access fast broadband cheaply. They...
Bailout Boosts Banks as Other Shares Slide Back; Iseq Briefing: Closed at 2,655.30 Down 11.47
The [euro]85bn bailout plan that includes a recapitalisation of the banks sent the Iseq sharply higher yesterday after last week's rout only to fall back again by the close. Irish Life& Permanent said the new capital ratios imposed by the Central...
Bailout Is a Good Deal for Ireland, Insists IMF Chief
Byline: Senan Molony THE bailout is a very good deal for Ireland in current circumstances, insisted Ajai Chopra, the head of the IMF mission to this country. He refused to directly address opposition charges that the 5.8 per cent 'blended' interest...
BA Lands Backing for [Euro]5bn Merger with Iberia
Byline: Ben Haugh BRITISH AIRWAyS and Spanish airline Iberia are set to join forces after a landslide vote by shareholders in favour of a proposed [euro]4.7billion merger. The move is good news for BA's Irish chief executive Willie Walsh, who...
Ballet Teacher Could Face Jail for Abducting Boy, 15
Byline: James Tozer A BALLET teacher was warned yesterday that she could face jail after she admitted abducting a 15-year-old boy with whom she had been accused of having a sexual relationship. Sarah Pirie, who has appeared as an extra in television...
Ballot Casts Cloud over BA Merger
Byline: Rob Davies THE unions did their best to rain on British Airways' parade, announcing fresh strike action just hours after the airline won investor backing for its [pounds sterling]5bn merger with Spain's Iberia. BA's shareholder meeting...
Ban Stays on Women Soldiers Fighting on Frontline
Byline: Ian Drury Defence Correspondent WOMEN soldiers will not be allowed to fight on the frontline in battle, ministers have announced. The Ministry of Defence made the decision after reviewing whether servicewomen should be allowed to engage...
Ban Stays on Women Soldiers F Ighting on F Rontline
Byline: Ian Drury Defence Correspondent WOMEN soldiers will not be allowed to fight on the frontline in battle, ministers have announced. The Ministry of Defence made the decision after reviewing whether servicewomen should be allowed to engage...
Barca's Blitz Shoots Down Ragged Real
Byline: PETER JENSON reports from Barcelona CRISTIANO Ronaldo barged into Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola, but it was Barcelona who pushed Jose Mourinho off his perch in humiliating fashion at the Nou Camp last night. Ronaldo and Leo Messi were...
BEEB OUTRAGE BID TEAM; 2018 World Cup Bid; FIFA Top Brass Accused by Panorama of Taking Bribes in '$100Million Corruption'
Byline: CHARLES SALE reports from Zurich ENGLAND'S 2018 World Cup team were 'outraged' last night by a BBC Panorama programme that realised their worst fears. FIFA's Dirty Secrets accused three of the FIFA executive committee who will on Thursday...
BEEB OUTRAGE BID TEAM; 2018 World Cup Bid; FIFA Top Brass Accused by Panorama of Taking Bribes in '$100Million Corruption'
Byline: CHARLES SALE reports from Zurich ENGLAND'S 2018 World Cup team have described the Panorama programme that realised their worst fears last night as 'an embarrassment to the BBC'. FIFA's Dirty Secrets accused three of the FIFA ExCo, who...
Benefit Cuts Save 160,000 State Jobs; Tory Disquiet as Osborne Scales Down Assault on Public Sector
Byline: James Chapman, Hugo Duncan TENS of thousands of state jobs will be spared the axe thanks to benefit cuts and reductions in public-sector pensions. The new Office for Budget Responsibility yesterday said 160,000 fewer state employees than...
Big Zeb Is on Festival Trail
Byline: by PEADAR FLANAGAN THE cold snap is posing a big threat to this week's racing programme. The meeting scheduled for Navan tomorrow was called off yesterday and Thursday's refixed Fairyhouse card also in doubt. Dundalk should proceed as...
Blanketed Britain; There's No Escape as Big Freeze Grips Every Part of the Country
Byline: Tom Kelly SNOW is expected to blanket Britain today with no part of the country escaping the big freeze. London, the South East and the Midlands, which had until now largely escaped the worst of the severe weather, are all likely to be...
Bono and the Edge Come Unstuck with Spider-Man
Byline: by Gabriel Grant IN NEW YORK AFTER more than four years and a budget of $60million, the much awaited Spider-Man Broadway musical has had a sticky start. Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark had to be stopped five times due to technical problems...
Born with a Time Bomb in My Head; A Rare Condition Meant That a Brain Haemorrhage Was All but Inevitable for MATHEW LITTLE. Here He Tells How He Coped the News When It Happened
Byline: MATHEW LITTLE THE headache came from nowhere. It seized the back of my head and pulsed with a pain I had never previously experienced. I writhed in bed or paced around in an effort to escape it ... to no avail. It was June this year....
Breathing Tricks to Boost Your Energy
Byline: MATTHEW BARBOUR WE DO it on average 20,000 times a day, but most of us pay little attention to our breathing. Yet studies show one in ten Britons suffer from problems such as overbreathing or hyperventilation. 'Breathing correctly helps...
Burn the Snow! (or Why We All Know We Have to Pay the Price -- and There Is Nothing We Can Do about It)
Byline: Brenda Power Look here, we need to do something about this snow. It's closing our schools, it's hiking up our heating bills, it's preventing us from doing an honest day's work, and it's going to hit the old, the poor and the sick hardest...
By the Way. Don't Play Pass the Parcel with Patients
I WENT to visit a patient in hospital after he'd been admitted over the weekend as an emergency on account of a kidney infection. His history is so complex -- diabetes, heart problems, a history of prostate cancer -- that I felt I should talk to the...
By the Way. Who's Leaving the Health Handbrake Off?
We aRe being fed bad news from every angle -- and the sad fact is that this crisis is not only monetary, it is also medical. ailments vary from the very basic 'recession flu' to the sad reality of suicide. It's a fact that financial downturn results...
Calpol 'Raises Risk of Childhood Asthma'; Painkiller Can Also Increase Chance of Allergies
Byline: Sophie Borland BABIES given Calpol or other forms of paracetamol are twice as likely to develop asthma, research shows. Those fed the medicines in the first 15 months of their life are also at much higher risk of suffering from allergies...
Calpol 'Raises the Risk of Childhood Asthma'
Byline: Sophie Borland BABIES given Calpol or other forms of paracetamol are twice as likely to develop asthma, research shows. Those fed the medicines in the first 15 months of their life are also at much higher risk of suffering from allergies...
Cameron One-on-Ones Could Be a Cup Winner
PRIME MINISTER David Cameron has the task today of saving England's World Cup bid in a meeting with pivotal FIFA powerbroker Jack Warner. The summit with the CONCACAF leader, in a private suite in Zurich's Baur au Lac, is the most important of the...
Cameron's Top Aide and Husband Split
Byline: Richard Kay diary@dailymail.co.uk AS DAVID Cameron's 'gatekeeper', she is a key figure in the Prime Minister's life, wielding more power than any Cabinet member. But just six months after joining him in Downing Street, the everloyal Catherine...
Can Going Away on Holiday Give You Gout? ASK THE DOCTOR
Byline: Every week Dr Martin Scurr, a top GP, answers your questions MY BOYFRIEND recently developed very bad pains in his toes and doctors suggested it was gout. It went away, but returned after our holiday. Could this be because he drank more...
Can Going Away on Holiday Give You Gout? ASK THE DOCTOR; Every Week Dr Martin Scurr, a Top GP, Answers Your Questions
Byline: Dr Martin Scurr MY BOYFRIEND recently developed very bad pains in his toes and doctors suggested it was gout. It went away, but returned after our holiday. Could this be because he drank more alcohol and ate more meat than usual? He's reluctant...
Can Putting a Magnet in Your Underwear Banish Hot Flushes?
Byline: JASMIN SAJJAD; LUCY ELKINS NIGHT sweats, mood swings and sleepless nights are experienced by 45 per cent of women going through the menopause. They are caused by falling levels of oestrogen and can last up to six years. Taking HRT can...
Can the Government Weather Our Climate? COMMENT
SO HOPELESSLY inadequate was the Government's response to the Big Freeze of last January that a joint Oireachtas committee was asked to look into what had gone wrong. Their conclusion, published in July, was a damning indictment of bad planning, lack...
CARRA GAMBLE; Liverpool Defender Either Has Surgery or Risks Longer KO
Byline: DOMINIC KING LIVERPOOL will decide today whether to gamble on Jamie Carragher's fitness or send him for surgery that will rule him out for up to three months. The influential defender dislocated his left shoulder in the closing stages...
CARRA GAMBLE; Will Liverpool Risk Star Defender or Send Him for Op?
Byline: by DOMINIC KING LIVERPOOL decide today whether to gamble on Jamie Carragher's fitness or send him for surgery that will rule him out for three months. The influential defender (below) dislocated his left shoulder in the closing stages...
Celts Can't Pay Shay His [Pounds Sterling]90k
Byline: FRANK KENT CELTIC will have to splash out more than [pounds sterling]4million per year in wages if they want Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given. Manager Neil Lennon has been told Manchester City are willing to loan out their second-choice...
Chelsea at Lowest Ebb since I Arrived, Insists Sad Drogba
Byline: BY MATT BARLOW DIDIER DROGBA admits Chelsea's November slump has been the worst run since he joined the club more than six years ago. Against a backdrop of upheaval behind the scenes, Carlo Ancelotti's team have taken only four points...
Cheryl's [Pounds Sterling]3m U.S. Deal; Singer May Quit X Factor to Judge in American Show
Byline: Sara Nathan Showbusiness Editor ONE of her acts was sent home this weekend, but it seems Cheryl Cole still has something to celebrate. The singer has discovered that she's landed a place on the judging panel of the U.S. version of the...
Chill Puts Festive Shopping on Ice
Byline: Laura Lynott A BIG freeze is the 'worst possible' scenario for our struggling economy, with shopping centres lying empty and thousands of workers snowed in, business leaders have warned. Torlach Denihan, head of Retail Ireland, said that...
Clone Meat Farmer Will Not Face Court; Scot Escapes Prosecution after Legal Wrangle
Byline: Sean Poulter Consumer Affairs Editor A SCOTS farmer who put meat from clone offspring animals on to dinner plates in an apparent breach of the law is to escape prosecution. The news emerged after UK scientists last week published a report...
COOK'S RECIPE; England's Opener on a High as Runs Flow
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN reports from Brisbane ENGLAND supporters will scarcely have believed it but their team really did score 517 for one against Australia at "Fortress Gabba" yesterday, their top three all hitting centuries and breaking virtually...
Cook's Simple Recipe Makes Aussies Stew
Byline: NASSER HUSSAIN BRISBANE DOSSIER THAT was some statement from Alastair Cook and some statement from England. In each of the last three Ashes series, they have finished the first Test with a question mark hanging over them. This time, all...
Cook the Aussie Crusher Even Tops the Don; PONTING SENDS FOR HELP
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN ANDREW STRAUSS last night hailed one of the great Ashes performances as England saved the first Test in sensational style here by sending records tumbling and Australia running for cover. Alastair Cook -- virtually dismissed...
Counting Sheep. Meet Four Dollies; Animals Are Identical to the World's First Clone
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Reporter DOLLY the sheep has been reborn. Four clones have been made by the scientist behind the original research. The quads, which have been nicknamed 'the Dollies', are exact genetic copies of their predecessor,...
Critics' Choice
WHO IS AT NUMBER 1? Irish Celebrities, Who is the Most Popular?, 7.30pm, TV3 THIS programme is a countdown of the country's favourite celebrities, revealing the top 20 personalities that members of the public would most like to hang out with or invite...
Critics' Choice
KIRSTIE TO THE RESCUE Kirstie's Homemade Home, 8pm, Ch4 ANOTHER couple turn to Kirstie (pictured) for some help with giving their home a bit of character -- she takes them to an antiques fair and her favourite salvage yard, and introduces them to a...
Cruel Folly of Banning This Cancer Life-Saver; Good Health VIEWPOINT
Byline: James Whale BROADCASTER AND EX-CANCER PATIENT; Interview by CHLOE LAMBERT ELEVEN years ago, a doctor sat me down and told me I had a tumour the size of a football on my kidney. The only option was to operate to remove the kidney -- with...
Dangerous Road; LETTERS
Dangerous road A FEW weeks ago, my wife and I were taking an uneventful car journey to a Devon seaside town. After I had parked, I was approached by a traffic policeman who said a female driver who had been travelling behind my car had contacted...
Daughter in Second Fight for [Pounds Sterling]2m Left to RSPCA
Byline: Daily Mail Reporter A FARMER'S daughter yesterday faced a new court battle with the RSPCA as the charity appealed against a judge's decision to allow her to inherit her parents' [pounds sterling]2million farm. University lecturer Christine...
Daughter in Second F Ight for [Pounds Sterling]2m Lef T to RSPCA
Byline: Daily Mail Reporter A FARMER'S daughter is facing a second emotional court battle with the RSPCA to inherit her parents' [pounds sterling]2million farm. University lecturer Christine Gill devoted years of her life to caring for her mother...
DEC BROADENS OUR HORIZONS; but Coach Admits His Team Had to Play Ball
Byline: BY SHANE MCGRATH DECLAN KIDNEY has insisted Ireland had no choice but to adopt a new playing style less than a year before the World Cup, and the coach is adamant that there is enough time to hone the game between now and next September....
Does Calpol Raise Risk of Childhood Asthma? Painkiller Can Also Increase Chance of Getting Allergies
Byline: Sophie Borland BABIES given Calpol or other forms of paracetamol are twice as likely to develop asthma, research shows. It found that those fed the medicines in the first 15 months of their life are also at much higher risk of suffering...
Does Ireland Have a Special Entitlement to a Bailout from Britain? DEBATE
We are told that the Irish people deserve to be bailed out by the British because of the exploitation of the Irish by Britain. I can assure those who think like this that the english, Scots and Welsh were also exploited by the people in power. ...
Dolly Is Reborn as Four Clones
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Reporter DOLLY the sheep has been reborn. Four clones have been made by the scientist behind the original research. The quads, which have been nicknamed 'the Dollies', are exact genetic copies of their predecessor,...
Dons Alarm Bells Are Deafening; McGhee's Flops Told to Waken Up Now before It's Too Late
Byline: by MARK WILSON THE road to redemption for Mark McGhee and Aberdeen appears to be the most treacherous of winter journeys. Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Kilmarnock extended a dismal sequence to six successive defeats, with only goal difference...
Drog's Goal Gloom
Byline: MATT BARLOW DIDIer DrogBa admits Chelsea's November slump has been the worst run since he joined the club more than six years ago. against a backdrop of upheaval behind the scenes, Carlo ancelotti's team have taken only four points from...
Dyno-Rod Accused of Bully Boy Tactics by Franchisees
Byline: Simon Neville DRAIN unblocking firm Dyno-Rod is giving its franchisees a stark choice - invest thousands of pounds or sell your business back to the company. The Hobson's Choice is being offered as part of an aggressive restructuring...
England's Day of Domination
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN Reports from Brisbane YES, it really did happen. You were not dreaming. England did score 517 for one against Australia at "Fortress Gabba" yesterday, their top three all hitting centuries and breaking virtually every cricketing...
ENGLAND'S DAY OF DOMINATION; the Ashes - First Test Verdict
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN Cricket Correspondent reports from Brisbane YES, it really did happen. You were not dreaming. England did score 517 for one against Australia at "Fortress Gabba" yesterday, their top three all hitting centuries and breaking...
Ewe Are Looking at Dolly's Dollies!
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Reporter DOLLY the sheep has been reborn in the shape of four clones made by scientists behind the original research. The quads, which have been nicknamed 'the Dollies', are exact genetic copies of their predecessor,...
Exposed: Andrew's 4-Letter Tirade
Byline: Fay Schlesinger, James Chapman PRINCE Andrew delivered an expletive-laden rant against British anti-fraud officers for hampering trade deals, it emerged last night. During a raucous brunch, the 'cocky' and 'rude' Duke of York railed against...
EXPOSED: ANDREW'S 4-LETTER TIRADE; Leaked Secrets Reveal Prince's Rant at France, U.S. and British Fraud Squad
Byline: Fay Schlesinger , James Chapman PRINCE Andrew delivered an expletive-laden rant against British anti-fraud officers for hampering trade deals, it emerged last night. During a raucous brunch, the 'cocky' and 'rude' Duke of York railed...
EXPOSED: ANDREW'S 4-LETTER TIRADE; Leaked Secrets Reveal Prince's Rant at France, U.S. and British Fraud Squad
Byline: Fay Schlesinger and James Chapman PRINCE Andrew delivered an expletive-laden rant against British anti-fraud officers for hampering trade deals, it emerged last night. During a raucous brunch, the 'cocky' and 'rude' Duke of York railed...
Facing Prison, Ballet Teacher Who Abducted 15-Year-Old Boy
Byline: James Tozer A SCOTS ballet teacher was yesterday warned she could face jail after she admitted abducting a 15-year-old boy with whom she had been accused of having a sexual relationship. Sarah Pirie, who has appeared as an extra in television...
Fergie Eyes Neuer for His New No1
Byline: EXCLUSIVE By JOHN EDWARDS PoLITICaL infighting at Bayern Munich has left the way clear for Manchester United to snap up their top goalkeeping target Manuel Neuer. Schalke's germany No 1 seems certain to leave at the end of the season,...
FIFA RULE MAY FOIL REGAN'S REFORM; EXCLUSIVE; FIFA Red Tape May Scupper Reform Plan
Byline: PETER JARDINE STEWART REGAN'S first step in his wide-ranging overhaul at Hampden could be scuppered by FIFA red tape. Sportsmail can reveal the SFA chief executive faces a major hurdle in his bid to revamp the controversial Referee Committee...
Food Sector Urges 20pc Cut in Costs for Growth
Byline: Joe Downes The food and drink sector has called for a 20pc cut in costs if the industry is to continue its recovery. Food and Drink Industry Ireland's Competitiveness Indicators Report shows that while exports are beginning to grow, domestic...
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Four! the Ryder Cup May Run on Longer from 2012
Byline: DEREK LAWRENSON the world of golf A FoUR-day Ryder Cup will be on the agenda when the respective CEos for the European Tour and the PGA of America meet in the new year. I understand there has been a significant warming to the idea on...
Frail and Fading, Frail and Fading, Monica Had Weeks to Live -- until a New Op Added TEN YEARS to Her Life; Ground-Breaking Surgery That Fixes Heart Valves for the Over-65s
Byline: MATTHEW BARBOUR MONICA Killoran-Tansey desperately needed heart surgery -- without it, the 74-year-old widow from Oxfordshire had just four months to live, said the cardiologists. Surgeons at John Radcliffe Heart Centre, Oxford, had diagnosed...
Frail and Fading, Monica Had Weeks to Live - until a New Op Added TEN YEARS to Her Life; Ground-Breaking Surgery That Fixes Heart Valves for the Over-65s
Byline: MATTHEW BARBOUR MONICA Killoran-Tansey desperately needed heart surgery -- without it, the 74-year-old widow from Oxfordshire had just four months to live, said the cardiologists. Surgeons at John Radcliffe Heart Centre, Oxford, had diagnosed...
Gel for Your Gums That Blocks out the Pain of Migraines
Byline: ROGER DOBSON RUBBING anti-inflammatory gel on to your gums could prove to be an effective new treatment for migraine, which affects one in eight britons. The gel, which is based on a drug already used to treat painful joints and back...
Gillian's Faint Hopes of Winning Are Over
Byline: Liz Thomas HER fears and phobias included everything from insects to water, crocodiles to rats. So quite what television nutritionist Gillian McKeith was doing in the jungle on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here is not clear. But...
Girl Suing School 'Missed Lessons'; Ex-Pupil Who Failed Exam Denies Absence Claim
Byline: Mike Merritt A TEENAGER who is suing her school for [pounds sterling]50,000 after she failed an English exam missed more than a fifth of her lessons, it has been claimed. Marion Mcleod has said her career prospects were 'utterly destroyed'...
GIVE IT TO AULD ENEMY; Scotland Euro 96 Hero Hendry Hopes England Win the Battle to Stage 2018 World Cup Finals
Byline: BY JOHN GREECHAN BRAVEHEART backs England. On a list of unlikely events, that's right up there with the Bishop of Willesden being invited to preside over next spring's Royal Wedding at Westminster Abbey. Yet Colin Hendry firmly believes...
GIVING BIRTH MADE ME LOSE MY MIND; the Nightmare of Post-Natal Depression Is Well Known. but Many Mothers Suffer from an Even More Terrifying Condition ... Post-Natal Psychosis
Byline: DAISY SCALCHI JUST hours after her first child was born, Rebecca Coggins was overcome by an overwhelming sense of fear. 'My husband was by my side, thrilled at becoming a father, but all I can remember is feeling a kind of growing terror,'...
Global Guru Mandelson Follows the Blair Route to Riches
Byline: Jason Groves Political Correspondent PETER Mandelson is to cash in on his contacts with the creation of a 'global consultancy' advising foreign billionaires and wealthy corporations. The controversial former Business Secretary, who was...
Gods of the Gabba; Ponting Sends for Help
Byline: PAUL NEWMAN reports from Brisbane ANDREW STRAUSS last night hailed one of the great Ashes performances as England saved the first Test in sensational style at the Gabba by sending records tumbling and Australia running for cover. Alastair...
GO FOR GRAHAM; Rangers Eye Up Loan for Scots Star Dorrans; EXCLUSIVE; GERS EYE DORRANS LOAN BID
Byline: PETER JARDINE RANGERS are weighing up an audacious loan bid for West Bromwich Albion's Scotland international Graham Dorrans. Manager Walter Smith has pleaded with the Ibrox board for January recruits to bolster his squad for their SPL...
Good-Looking Women 'Give Birth to Girls'
Byline: Fiona MacRae Science Reporter SINGLE girls have always grumbled that good-looking men are difficult to find. But science may have just proved them right - because beautiful women are more likely to have daughters than their plainer counterparts,...
Good Morning to Our Viewers -- Both of You; NEXT YEAR'S NEWS TODAY! (PART I)
Byline: Craig Brown www.dailymail.co.uk/craigbrown JANUARY: Secretary of State for Business Vince Cable is spotted walking into Downing Street for the first Cabinet of the New Year with a clothes peg attached to his nose. He denies that his new...
Good News, but the Cuts Are Still Vital; COMMENT
TOUCH wood, the outlook for the economy appears rosier than anyone would have predicted just a few months ago. True, yesterday's forecasts from the new Office for Budget Responsibility were hedged with ifs and buts. But barring unforeseen disasters,...