Today
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The plight of Moldova's orphanage children

news.bbc.co.uk - Plight of Moldova's orphanage children More... (Europe)
Today
00:01

Academy regulation 'too weak'

news.bbc.co.uk - Checks and balances on how academy chains in England spend large amounts of public money are "too weak", according to research. More... (UK)
16 Sep
2014
23:58

FA chairman Greg Dyke to change work permit rules for non-EU players

www.guardian.co.uk - Current regulations could be overhauled for next season Dyke plans to submit new proposals to Home Office Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
23:58

FA seeks 50% cut in non-EU players

news.bbc.co.uk - The Football Association sends out draft proposals to cut the number of non-EU players in English football by up to a half. More... (UK)
16 Sep
2014
23:55

VIDEO: China's president to meet Indian PM

news.bbc.co.uk - China's President Xi Jinping is due in India for a key visit, his first meeting with newly elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi. More... (Asia)
16 Sep
2014
23:54

Tidal turbine firm signs power deal

news.bbc.co.uk - The developers of a tidal energy scheme in the Pentland Firth sign a deal to sell electricity generated by the project. More... (Scotland)
16 Sep
2014
23:53

Jonathan Trott says he is ready to play for England again after his stress-related condition

www.telegraph.co.uk - Warwickshire batsman says he has been cleared by the England and Wales Cricket Board to play at the top level again. Derek Pringle reports More... (Cricket)
16 Sep
2014
23:52

Barack Obama welcomes report saying fighting climate change can be low cost

www.guardian.co.uk - World can cut greenhouse gas emissions, grow economy and improve lives, says study before UN summit in New YorkBarack Obama has welcomed a report finding that reducing greenhouse gas emissions can be achieved at a low cost and with added benefits in the form of a better quality of life for people around the world.In remarks on Twitter, Obama said: "This study concludes that no one has to choose between fighting climate change and growing the economy." The reaction is significant in advance of key talks next week convened by the United Nations, when world leaders will meet in New York to discuss climate change for the first time since 2009. Continue reading... More... (Climate)
16 Sep
2014
23:38
16 Sep
2014
23:30

Gutierrez having cancer treatment

news.bbc.co.uk - Newcastle and Argentina midfielder Jonas Gutierrez says he had a testicle removed after being diagnosed with cancer. More... (England)
16 Sep
2014
23:18

Championship roundup: Watfords Matej Vydra on spot to beat Blackpool

www.guardian.co.uk - Hornets move up to second after 1-0 win at Bloomfield Road Wolves Danny Batth heads equaliser in 1-1 draw at Charlton Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
23:17

'Missed opportunity' in fatal fire

news.bbc.co.uk - An inquest into the deaths of four people in a house fire hears how a neighbour missed a chance to raise the alarm. More... (England)
16 Sep
2014
23:09

Lewis MacLeod brightens night for Rangers faithful with only goal to knock out Inverness Caledonian Thistle

www.telegraph.co.uk - Rangers 1 Inverness Caledonian Thistle: Lewis MacLeod's late winner puts home side into third round of Scottish League Cup More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
23:08

VIDEO: Leonardo DiCaprio's UN climate role

news.bbc.co.uk - The Hollywood actor, Leonardo diCaprio, has been appointed as a United Nations representative on climate change. More... (Americas)
16 Sep
2014
23:08

Inflation drops to 1.5% after fall in UK food and petrol prices

www.guardian.co.uk - Bank of England unlikely to raise interest rates until next year after consumer price index dips further below 2% targetFierce price wars between supermarkets helped push inflation further down last month but the drop is expected to bring only limited relief to households as wages continue to stall.Official figures showed a fall in food and petrol prices helped inflation drop to 1.5% in August from 1.6% in July, as measured by the consumer price index (CPI). Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
23:06

Champions League roundup: Carlos Tevez scores twice in Juventus win

www.guardian.co.uk - Juventus beat Malmo 2-0; Zenit St Petersburg win 2-0 at 10-man Benfica; and Galatasaray come back to hold Anderlecht 1-1 Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
23:04

Richard Cockerill unhappy with Premier Rubgy plan to allow more big-name overseas players after the World Cup

www.telegraph.co.uk - Leicester director of rugby says marquee signings outside the salary cap can upset the balance and culture within a club More... (Rugby union)
16 Sep
2014
23:04

FFA Cup: Bentleigh beat Sydney Olympic to make it Victoria 2-0 NSW

www.guardian.co.uk - Even Sydney Olympics ultras cant stop the Greens from winning the competitions very own Hellenic Derby Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
23:01
16 Sep
2014
22:57

Dublin judge tells Rory McIlroy to hold mediation talks with management company he is suing

www.telegraph.co.uk - Judge says sensitive nature of information about Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell's deals with Horizon calls for mediation More... (Golf)
16 Sep
2014
22:54

Blackpool 0 Watford 1, Championship - Matej Vydra's penalty seals points for visitors

www.telegraph.co.uk - Blackpool 0 Watford 1: Hosts' nightmare continues as captain Tony McMahon concedes spot-kick and Nile Ranger misses More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:52

Bournemouth 1 Leeds United 3: match report

www.telegraph.co.uk - Bournemouth 1 Leeds United 3: Hosts dominate but lose to brilliant late goals More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:48

Liverpool 2-1 Ludogorets Razgrad

news.bbc.co.uk - A late Steven Gerrard penalty gives Liverpool a dramatic victory after Mario Balotelli scores his first goal for the club. More... (UK)
16 Sep
2014
22:45

FFA Cup: Victory, Adelaide City and Mariners ease through

www.guardian.co.uk - Tuggeranong Utd 0-6 Melbourne VictoryOlympic FC 1-3 Central Coast MarinersAdelaide City 1-0 Brisbane StrikersSydney Olympic 1-2 Bentleigh Greens Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:45

Chief defends Kashmir flood response

news.bbc.co.uk - The top official in Indian-administered Kashmir defends the response to the region's worst flooding in decades, which have killed more than 200. More... (Asia)
16 Sep
2014
22:37

Manchester United's foreign policy is nothing new to English football

www.telegraph.co.uk - Sarah Crompton explains why Louis van Gaal's spending spree can have a dramatic impact on domestic game More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:31

Newcastles Jonás Gutiérrez reveals he has testicular cancer

www.guardian.co.uk - Argentinian has operation after finding tumour Gutiérrez went on loan to Norwich last season Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:30

England and Lions flanker Tom Croft puts two years of pain behind him and has World Cup firmly in his sights

www.telegraph.co.uk - Leicester back-rower returns against Bath on Saturday determined to win England place back from Tom Wood More... (Rugby union)
16 Sep
2014
22:30

England accused of 'disprect' for Victoria Cross after using emblem in their new shirts

www.telegraph.co.uk - Victoria Cross Trust angry at use of the emblem in England's new shirt and accuses RFU of trying to use it to make money. Ben Rumsby reports More... (Rugby union)
16 Sep
2014
22:30

England accused of 'disrespect' for Victoria Cross after using emblem in their new shirts

www.telegraph.co.uk - Victoria Cross Trust angry at use of the emblem in England's new shirt and accuses RFU of trying to use it to make money. Ben Rumsby reports More... (Rugby union)
16 Sep
2014
22:30

Scottish independence: Ed Miliband caught in crush of yes and no supporters - video

www.guardian.co.uk - The Labour leader Ed Miliband is caught in a crush of yes and no campaigners, along with television crews and journalists at the St James shopping centre in central Edinburgh on Tuesday. Miliband was forced to abandon his 'walkabout' after being verbally abused by yes supporters in a reflection of tense last-minute campaigning before Thursday's Scottish referendum Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
22:29

Real Madrid 5-1 FC Basel

news.bbc.co.uk - Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo score as Real Madrid begin their Champions League title defence with a 5-1 win against Basel. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
22:28

Labour considers staking all on saving the NHS

www.guardian.co.uk - Extra spending and raising profile of service could form key plank of 2015 election strategyLabour is debating whether to make a bold commitment to extra spending on the National Health Service the centrepiece of its election offer, raising the profile of the service, which is the party's single strongest issue and possibly its best route to forming a majority government in May.The alternative being discussed is to claim that reform of the NHS, including integration of health and social care, as well as reversal of "government privatisation", will release sufficient funds. Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
22:26

Anfield feels whole again on a Champions League night as Liverpool beat Ludogorets Razgrad 2-1

www.telegraph.co.uk - Absence from biggest stage has hurt badly, so the return was an occasion to celebrate, says Jonathan Liew More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:22

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger pays price for Héctor Bellerín gamble as side swept aside by Borussia Dortmund

www.telegraph.co.uk - A Champions League night at the Westfalenstadion was the wrong occasion for Arsene Wenger to blood a 19-year-old rookie, and the Arsenal manager paid a predictable price More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:21

Real Madrid 5 Basle 1: Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and James Rodríguez on target as holders ease to win

www.telegraph.co.uk - Real Madrid 5 Basle 1: Star trio find the net within the space of seven first-half minutes as holders stroll to victory More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:15

Murder arrest in 'one punch' killing

news.bbc.co.uk - A man is arrested on suspicion of murder over the "one-punch" killing of a man in Manchester. More... (England)
16 Sep
2014
22:14

Mario Balotelli shows why he was a risk worth taking for Liverpool

www.guardian.co.uk - Italian striker makes his presence felt on a night when Brendan Rodgers side needed a large slice of luck to run out late winners Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:10

Ospreys and Blues monitor Halfpenny

news.bbc.co.uk - Ospreys join Cardiff Blues in monitoring Leigh Halfpenny after Toulon president raises questions over the player's contract. More... (UK)
16 Sep
2014
22:06

Rising sea levels a 'sleeping giant' that could cost $226bn, report says

www.guardian.co.uk - Analysis by the Climate Council finds Australia is likely to experience rises of 0.4m to 1m, putting infrastructure at risk Read the Climate Council reportRising sea levels are a sleeping giant issue that will put at risk coastal infrastructure worth up to $226bn, a new report has found.Analysis by the Climate Council found Australia was likely to experience a sea level rise of 0.4m to 1m by the end of the century, with a high end scenario of 1.1m possible if the world warmed by about 4C compared with pre-industrial temperatures. Continue reading... More... (Climate)
16 Sep
2014
22:06

Hotel where GAA founded auctioned

news.bbc.co.uk - The County Tipperary hotel where the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) was founded in 1884 is sold at auction. More... (Northern Ireland)
16 Sep
2014
22:03

Mesut Özil returns a World Cup winner but there is no Hollywood ending

www.guardian.co.uk - Arsenals German midfielder had the stage to start paying off his 42.5m price tag but failed to bring house down Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:01

Steven Gerrard secures Liverpool win over Ludogorets with last kick

www.guardian.co.uk - Steven Gerrard scores winner with last-minute penalty Liverpool against Ludogorets in pictures Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
22:00

FA reveals plans for crackdown on non-EU players joining Premier League clubs

www.telegraph.co.uk - Consultative paper issued to the English game's other major stakeholders on the back of Greg Dyke's England Commission aims to halve number of non-EU players More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:59

VIDEO: Controlled explosion on US bridge

news.bbc.co.uk - Part of a bridge has been demolished near Paducah in Kentucky, in the US. More... (Americas)
16 Sep
2014
21:55

Later with Jools Holland: Ryan Adams, Alt-J, Jungle, FKA twigs, the O'Jays and Vance Joy - liveblog

www.guardian.co.uk - Its episode one of the new season of Later, with live performances, chat and the genial host 9.55pm BST But seriously, twigs and OJays alone make this one of the most enticing Laters in living memory. Name another tantalising duo - from Jools back pages - from opposite ends of the aesthetic spectrum - I dare you! 9.52pm BST Meanwhile, proving a test of ones grammatical mettle: FKA twigs (not FKA Twigs or fka twigs), The OJays (not The O Jays) and Alt-J (not alt_J or Alt_j, I dont think...). 9.21pm BST Can I please apologise at this juncture if things appear in the wrong order in this column. This is not due to me travelling through time and alighting in a random fashion at various events, but to sheer idiocy. 9.18pm BST I wonder also if The OJays might be as epochally magnificent as this? 9.18pm BST I wonder whether twigs will just bung this old thing on for tonights performance? 9.18pm BST btw if you want to see behind the smoke and mirrors, heres an article on How Later... Is Put Together. 9.18pm BST Heres what people are saying on Twitter.And by people, I mean the team over at Later, who perhaps not unexpectedly are getting quite excited about the first episode, even deploying copious amounts of neon.Funk your Tuesday night up with the superb Jungle live in the studio. Tonight, @BBCTwo, 10pm! pic.twitter.com/DjZBmyP0YG.@BBCLater is back again. The best way to find new music. #laterjools #livemusic #tonightsplansorted 9.11pm BST Actually does end, at 10.30pm, to be precise. Take that, Keith Emerson. 9.11pm BST Tonight sees the first episode of the 45th series of Later... With Jools Holland. Thats not 45th as in oh gawd, here we go again, its the eleventy-ninth series of Later. No, it really is the 45th. And Im not being blasé about it at all, because the lineup really is rather good. Its got:- Continue reading... More... (Film & TV)
16 Sep
2014
21:54

Borussia Dortmund v Arsenal, Champions League: as it happened

www.telegraph.co.uk - Arsenal Champions League game vs Borussia Dortmund - Latest score, news update, live match report and result from Westfalionstadion on Tuesday Sept 16 More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:51

VIDEO: 45m arts centre opening delayed

news.bbc.co.uk - The opening of a 45m arts centre at Bangor University is put back until 2015. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
21:51
16 Sep
2014
21:50

VIDEO: Extra power means better decisions?

news.bbc.co.uk - As No campaigners promise more devolution to Scotland if they shun independence, BBC Wales' economics correspondent Sarah Dickins looks at two policies that could change if Wales were to get extra powers. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
21:49

Derry hammer Drogs to make FAI semis

news.bbc.co.uk - Rory Patterson bags a hat-trick as Derry City thump Drogheda United 5-0 in the FAI Cup quarter-final replay at the Brandywell. More... (Northern Ireland)
16 Sep
2014
21:49

Power to the English people?

news.bbc.co.uk - Will the Scottish referendum result in new powers for England? More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
21:48

Nascar driver Tony Stewart fatal crash probe to go to grand jury

www.guardian.co.uk - Nascar drivers car struck and killed fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr at a dirt-track race in AugustA grand jury will decide whether Nascar driver Tony Stewart will be charged in the August death of a fellow driver at a sprint car race in upstate New York, a prosecutor said Tuesday.Ontario County District Attorney Michael Tantillo said he made the decision to present the case to a grand jury after reviewing evidence collected by county sheriffs investigators. Continue reading... More... (Motor sport)
16 Sep
2014
21:47
16 Sep
2014
21:45

Liverpool 2 Ludogorets Razgrad 1, Champions League - Steven Gerrard scores late penalty to save blushes

www.telegraph.co.uk - Liverpool 2 Ludogorets Razgrad 1: Steven Gerrard scores from the penalty spot to save blushes on Champions League return More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:45

Mario Balotelli and Steven Gerrard fire after spluttering start - how Liverpool rated against Ludogorets Razgrad

www.telegraph.co.uk - Jonathan Liew marks the Liverpool players at Anfield after the Mersyesiders ended their five-year Champions League exile against Ludogorets Razgrad More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:45

Liverpool v Ludogorets, Champions League: as it happened

www.telegraph.co.uk - Champions League, Liverpool vs Ludogorets Razgrad - Latest score, news update, live match report and result from Anfield on Tuesday September 16, 2014 More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:44

Leading Scottish businessman rejects Salmond's currency union proposals

www.guardian.co.uk - Sir Tom Hunter says about the pound sterling: 'there's no question that the way we are currently is best for business'One of Scotland's best known entrepreneurs, Sir Tom Hunter, has rejected Alex Salmond's proposals for a currency union and said the best option for Scotland's businesses is to remain in the UK.In a significant blow to the first minister's currency plans, Hunter said: "On the narrow question of currency, there's no question that the way we are currently is best for business. Any other option is going to have costs, uncertainties and risks." Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
21:43

Rangers 1-0 Inverness CT

news.bbc.co.uk - Rangers set up a Scottish League Cup third round meeting with Falkirk after earning a 1-0 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle. More... (Scotland)
16 Sep
2014
21:42

VIDEO: Stephen Sutton's 5m charity legacy

news.bbc.co.uk - Plans for spending almost 5m raised by teenage cancer sufferer Stephen Sutton have been revealed. More... (England)
16 Sep
2014
21:42

Cardiff City 0-1 Middlesbrough

news.bbc.co.uk - Match report will appear here. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
21:42

Nasa backs Boeing's astronaut design

news.bbc.co.uk - Boeing is the big winner in a competition for a new American system to take astronauts into orbit - a capability lost when the shuttles retired in 2011. More... (Americas)
16 Sep
2014
21:42

Nasa picks astronaut ship designs

news.bbc.co.uk - Boeing is the big winner in a competition to find new American systems to take astronauts into orbit - a capability lost when the shuttles retired in 2011. More... (Americas)
16 Sep
2014
21:42

Liverpool v Ludogorets: Champions League as it happened!

www.guardian.co.uk - Steven Gerrards injury time penalty sealed a late victory for Liverpool at Anfield Gallery: all the best pictures from Anfield Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:40

Scottish independence vote: NHS leak fuels campaign clashes

www.guardian.co.uk - Labour leader Ed Miliband forced to abandon walkabout as two polls give no vote a four-point leadEd Miliband was forced to abandon a chaotic walkabout in Edinburgh on Tuesday after being verbally abused by yes supporters in a reflection of tense last-minute campaigning before Thursday's Scottish referendum.On a day when the yes and no campaigns battled over the funding of the NHS and the future constitution of the United Kingdom, the Labour leader was caught in a crush with television crews and journalists at the St James shopping centre in central Edinburgh. Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
21:37

Borussia Dortmund v Arsenal: Champions League as it happened

www.guardian.co.uk - Arsenal were completely outclassed by Borussia Dortmund and just grateful in the end that the German side did not score more than two goals Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:35

Borussia Dortmund 2 Arsenal 0, Champions League: Arsène Wenger's sorry side dominated by Germans

www.telegraph.co.uk - Borussia Dortmund 2 Arsenal 0: Ciro Immobile and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang score either side of half time against Wenger's sorry side More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:35

Arsenal midfielder Mesut Özil plays peripheral role - how Arsène Wenger's side rated against Borussia Dortmund

www.telegraph.co.uk - Jeremy Wilson marks the Arsenal players at the Westfalenstadion following their 2-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:29

Ebola global security threat - Obama

news.bbc.co.uk - US President Barack Obama calls the Ebola outbreak in West Africa a threat to security worldwide while announcing a larger US role, including 3,000 troops, to help fight the virus. More... (Americas)
16 Sep
2014
21:27

Dragons lock Andrew Coombs banned

news.bbc.co.uk - Lock Andrew Coombs is banned for three weeks after a stamping incident during Dragons' 17-15 Pro12 defeat by Ospreys. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
21:26

VIDEO: Tuesday afternoon in the European Parliament

news.bbc.co.uk - MEPs continue their proceedings at the European Parliament plenary session in Strasbourg. More... (Europe)
16 Sep
2014
21:25

'100 children died' in Malta sinking

news.bbc.co.uk - Up to 100 children may have been among 500 people who drowned after a migrant boat sank near Malta last week, a migration body says. More... (Europe)
16 Sep
2014
21:25

Emma Thompson takes on role in Sweeney Todd musical in West End

arts.guardian.co.uk - Actor to play piemaker Mrs Lovett in Stephen Sondheim's work after Broadway run and after 25 years away from London stage Continue reading... More... (Theatre)
16 Sep
2014
21:24

Son killed 'in reincarnation bid'

news.bbc.co.uk - Garry Lockhart tells the High Court he killed his son Michael after strangling his wife Janet so they could "come back together as a family". More... (Scotland)
16 Sep
2014
21:22

Pennsylvania police 'killer' named

news.bbc.co.uk - Pennsylvania State Police identify a suspect in the killing of one state trooper and the wounding of another on Friday. More... (Americas)
16 Sep
2014
21:16

VIDEO: Will funding formula reform work?

news.bbc.co.uk - A pledge by the three Westminster party leaders to keep the current funding system for allocating money to devolved nations if Scotland rejects independence could leave Wales 300m a year worse of, critics claim. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
21:09

Sound piece wins 8,000 drawing prize

news.bbc.co.uk - A sound piece, a 75-second description of a Roman pot, wins a prestigious prize for drawing for the first time in its 20-year history. More... (UK)
16 Sep
2014
21:02

Woman injured in house fire dies

news.bbc.co.uk - A woman in her 50s who was injured in a house fire in County Tyrone has died in hospital. More... (Northern Ireland)
16 Sep
2014
21:02

Vincent Kompany says Manchester City must win their group

www.guardian.co.uk - City were pipped to second place in their group by Bayern last year and their captain knows they must avoid a repeat City beaten by Bayern at the Etihad Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
21:02

Politicians' Scottish funding pledge brings anger from rest of the UK

www.guardian.co.uk - MPs and council leaders unhappy with David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband's joint promise in Daily RecordEnglish and Welsh politicans challenged the sudden pledge overnight by all three main Westminster party leaders to increase powers for the Scottish parliament and maintain its higher funding levels indefinitely.Complaints came from a group of Conservative MPs and Labour leaders of English local government, while the Welsh first minister said that he had received a guarantee of enhanced funding from Ed Miliband should Labour win the next election. Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
21:01

Edinburgh shoppers flee campaigners and the media Milimob

www.guardian.co.uk - Ed Miliband's independence referendum walkabout to meet ordinary voters was missing only one thing ordinary votersSomewhere in the middle of the flashmob of reporters and broadcasters was Ed Miliband. From time to time his face became visible, his eyes rotating in opposite directions as dozens of camera lenses tried to work their way up his nostrils, but he was mostly only identifiable by the no placard held up above his head by a woman who was barely five feet tall. She was never seen again.With less than 48 hours until the polling booths open, the Scottish referendum campaign reached its seventh circle of hell in a Dadaist piece of electoral performance art, created by the media and the politicians almost entirely for their own benefit. Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
21:00

VIDEO: Family 'forced' man to work for free

news.bbc.co.uk - A father and son forced a vulnerable man to work unpaid at their farm every day for 13 years, a court hears. More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
20:54

Newcastle United fans planning huge protest against manager Alan Pardew at game against Hull City

www.telegraph.co.uk - Hundreds of banners to be unveiled at home game against Hull as Newcastle followers demand the sacking of manager Alan Pardew More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
20:54

Leonard Cohen discusses Hallelujah and his new album at London event

music.guardian.co.uk - Singer tells London audience he has taken to singing his best known song again because it calls down some beneficial energyListen to our exclusive stream of Leonard Cohens new album Continue reading... More... (Music)
16 Sep
2014
20:41

Wembley poised for Euro 2020 final stages as president of German DFB hints it could pull out of running

www.telegraph.co.uk - Wolfgang Niersbach admitted he could withdraw his country's bid for the semi-finals, leaving Wembley all-but certain to host the climax of Euro 2020 More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
20:39

Extra power means better decisions?

news.bbc.co.uk - Does more power mean better decisions? More... (Wales)
16 Sep
2014
20:37

Fiji coup leader faces electorate

news.bbc.co.uk - Fiji's coup leader and former military ruler Frank Bainimarama faces voters in the first election since he seized power in 2006. More... (Asia)
16 Sep
2014
20:37

Nottinghamshire's Jake Libby scores century on debut versus Sussex

www.telegraph.co.uk - Nottinghamshire (310-3) trail Sussex (391) by 81 runs Nottinghamshire's Jake Libby scores century on his championship debut versus Sussex More... (Cricket)
16 Sep
2014
20:36

Kent's Sam Billings frustrates Hampshire

www.telegraph.co.uk - Kent's Sam Billings falls just short of a century as Hampshire are again frustrated in their promotion push More... (Cricket)
16 Sep
2014
20:35

Relegation-threatened Middlesex collapse after James Hildreth makes 182 for Somerset

www.telegraph.co.uk - Middlesex (67-7) trail Somerset (523-9dec) by 459 runs Relagtion looms large after dismal batting effort More... (Cricket)
16 Sep
2014
20:27

Miliband hits back at 'ugly' tactics

news.bbc.co.uk - Labour leader Ed Miliband accuses the pro-independence campaign of "ugly" tactics after clashing with Yes supporters in Edinburgh. More... (Scotland)
16 Sep
2014
20:25

Scottish independence: catalogue of errors that has brought UK to the brink

www.guardian.co.uk - Both sides of the independence struggle have failed to understand each other. The repercussions could affect millionsSo why did it go wrong and when? To be sure, political unions between European countries have often failed in the past, but usually only after relatively brief periods. Denmark and Iceland separated after 130 years; the unions between Spain and Portugal, and between Sweden and Norway each lasted less than a century. By contrast, although the union between Scotland on the one hand, and England and Wales on the other, was initially unpopular on both sides of the border, it has endured since 1707, and with considerable benefits for all involved. At the start of the 18th century, Scotland was one of western Europe's poorest nations. Now, Alex Salmond feels able to cite Scottish prosperity and potential as grounds for independence.If the yes vote does indeed triumph this Thursday, commentators are likely to focus on some broad and long-term causes to explain why. Some will stress, rightly, the shrinkage of formerly powerful pan-British cements. A once assertive Protestantism has ceased to be a dominant religion and culture in England, Wales, Scotland, and part of Ireland. Men and women in these countries are no longer able to share in the perks and pride of empire, as Scots once did to an especially disproportionate degree. And although Transparency International still lists the UK as one of the least corrupt states in the world, ahead in this respect of France, the US, Belgium and Ireland, many Scots have become convinced that "Westminster elites" are rotten, and that only political smallness can be pure and properly democratic. Yet from the 18th century until after the second world war, at least, most politically minded Scots, like most of the English, Welsh and some Irish, seem to have believed in the particular virtues and freedoms of Britain's unwritten constitution. Even the Scottish Covenant Movement, which pressed for home rule in the 1940s and early 50s, usually stressed its deep attachment "to the crown and the framework of the United Kingdom". Continue reading... More... (Olympics)
16 Sep
2014
20:19

Yes campaigners stage Glasgow rally

news.bbc.co.uk - About 1,500 pro-independence supporters take part in a rally in the heart of Glasgow, following Monday's pro-Union rally in London. More... (Scotland)
16 Sep
2014
20:19

Durham's Paul Collingwood and Scott Borthwick score centuries against Northamptonshire

www.telegraph.co.uk - Durham (362-8) v Northants Durham's Paul Collingwood and Scott Borthwick score centuries against Northamptonshire More... (Cricket)
16 Sep
2014
20:17

Rangers deny link with fraudster

www.telegraph.co.uk - Rangers deny link with fraudster Razat Rivi as Union of Fans call for Sandy Easdale to step down More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
20:13

Warwickshires Jonathan Trott remains hopeful of England recall

www.guardian.co.uk - Trott has recovered from stress-related illness Batsman has first-class average of 40.30 this seasonJonathan Trott is hoping his good form for Warwickshire can earn him an England recall. The 33-year-old made his last international appearance in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane last November before returning home with a stress-related illness.Trott was not included on the list of players to be awarded central contracts by the England and Wales Cricket board last week but after scoring 524 first-class runs at an average of 40.30 this summer, he is open to a recall. Continue reading... More... (Cricket)
16 Sep
2014
20:11

Queens Park Rangers are suffering from an identity crisis which could push them to the brink of oblivion

www.telegraph.co.uk - Troubled times ahead as west London club face relegation, a huge fine and expulsion from the League. Paul Hayward reports More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
20:10

Champions League: Liverpool v Ludogorets in pictures

www.guardian.co.uk - The best pictures from Anfield as Liverpool return to the top table of European football after a five year absence. Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
20:09

Pep Guardiola warns his Bayern players about threat of Manchester City

www.guardian.co.uk - If we dont have the ball we have to run, run, run Bayern coach emphasises need to maintain possession Continue reading... More... (Football)
16 Sep
2014
20:09

Pep Guardiola warns Bayern players about threat of Manchester City

www.guardian.co.uk - If we dont have the ball, we have to run, run, run Bayern coach emphasises need to maintain possession Continue reading... More... (Football)