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Parents are killed as their three girls sleep: Dead couple had recently split and mother was in new relationship, neighbours claim

11 May 2014 12:18:33 News | Mail Online

The victims, aged 32 and 29 and named locally as David and Hayley Stringer, were found early yesterday at their house in Walsall in the West Midlands.

Vice All News Time11 May 2014 12:18:33


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Michael Schumacher latest news: Jean Alesi says F1 star showed signs of improvement during a recent hospital visit

09 April 2014 16:52:44 mirror - Sport

"I felt a relief among his family, a great happiness at how things were developing. That is brilliant - even if the road back is still a long one"

Vice Sport Time09 April 2014 16:52:44


Sami Hyypia sacked as manager of Bayer Leverkusen after disastrous recent run

05 April 2014 18:26:08 mirror - Sport

The ex-Liverpool defender has been sacked by the Champions League hopefuls after a wretched run since the New Year

Vice Sport Time05 April 2014 18:26:08


MH370 'flight-deck fire' similar to one that broke out on same Boeing model

28 March 2014 14:12:38 News | Mail Online

Stewarts Law, which has litigated in a series of recent air disasters, believes that a flight-deck fire and oxygen failure may have caused the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.

Vice All News Time28 March 2014 14:12:38


Manchester United news and transfer rumours: 'Embarrassed' Rio Ferdinand is in hiding over recent results

28 March 2014 11:29:55 mirror - Sport

The veteran defender reveals he is taking this season's poor results as 'a personal insult' and is avoiding people in the street for fear of ridicule

Vice Sport Time28 March 2014 11:29:55


Missing flight MH370 'fell to 12,000ft after cabin emergency': New clues as officials suggest plane veered left because of unexpected crisis

24 March 2014 12:39:41 News | Mail Online

The missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 dropped in altitude after making a surprise 'sharp left turn' over the South China Sea, an official has revealed.

Vice All News Time24 March 2014 12:39:41


Mechanical v human: Why do planes crash?

14 March 2014 12:37:52 BBC News - UK

Mystery still surrounds the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH-370 but the speculation going on reveals something about laymen's assumptions about air crashes.

Vice All News Time14 March 2014 12:37:52


Hijacked and hidden? US counter-terror officials fear plane could have been captured after debris spotted by Chinese is ruled out and new data reveals it was airborne FOUR hours after vanishing

13 March 2014 12:07:38 News | Mail Online

US investigators officials believe that Malaysian Airlines flight 370 remained airborne for four more hours after vanishing from its last recorded position - raising the startling prospect the plane was hijacked.

Vice All News Time13 March 2014 12:07:38


'Alright, goodnight': The last words from cockpit of missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370

12 March 2014 09:22:25 mirror - News

Relatives of the missing passengers have been told details of the eerie final communication

Vice All News Time12 March 2014 09:22:25


How YOU can help find missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370

11 March 2014 23:09:05 mirror - News

Thousands of people from around the world are now helping with the search effort thanks to advanced satellite images

Vice All News Time11 March 2014 23:09:05


Missing Malaysia Airlines flight: Timeline of events so far as whereabouts of Flight 370 remains unknown

10 March 2014 05:22:13 mirror - News

Recap on all the developments since Beijing-bound Flight MH370 left Kuala Lumpur on Friday

Vice All News Time10 March 2014 05:22:13


Bristol hospital probed over 1990s' baby deaths faces new inquiry over recent fatalities after 'dignified and powerful' arguments of bereaved families

16 February 2014 05:06:21 News | Mail Online

Professor Sir Ian Kennedy, who chaired the public inquiry into baby deaths at the Bristol Royal Infirmary in the 1990s, will initially look at nine recent cases.

Vice All News Time16 February 2014 05:06:21


Cricket is 'poorly governed' claims players' body after criticising recent proposals from the ICC

10 February 2014 13:16:58 mirror - Sport

The ICC board had agreed a new set of measures which drew a negative reaction from some observers and the FICA have issue their damning response

Vice Sport Time10 February 2014 13:16:58


Could the Canaries soon get a new island? Recent earthquakes hint at an imminent underwater volcanic eruption

30 December 2013 17:04:56 News | Mail Online

A 5.1-magnitude earthquake struck near El Hierro on Friday. Warnings have been issued that an underwater volcano could soon erupt and force rock to the surface.

Vice All News Time30 December 2013 17:04:56


'I am not confrontational': Despite a bitter court battle and a recent divorce, Nigella Lawson says she hates conflict

28 December 2013 02:56:52 News | Mail Online

The 'domestic goddess' told how she avoids confrontation in an interview with Radio Times interview to promote the new season of The Taste.

Vice All News Time28 December 2013 02:56:52


Manchester United manager David Moyes takes 'complete responsibility' for club's recent slump

09 December 2013 21:58:16 Football - Fixtures, results, news, match reports, comment

As United prepare to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League at Old Trafford, new manager David Moyes takes the blame for a worrying sequence of results.        

Vice Football Time09 December 2013 21:58:16


Manchester United manager David Moyes takes 'complete responsibility' for club's recent slump

09 December 2013 21:42:56 Sport

As United prepare to face Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League at Old Trafford, new manager David Moyes takes the blame for a worrying sequence of results.        

Vice Sport Time09 December 2013 21:42:56


Football match-fixing: a brief history of recent allegations

29 November 2013 09:15:25 UK headlines

As six members of an alleged betting syndicate are arrested on suspicion of fixing English football matches, we explore the allegations that have plagued the beautiful game over recent years        

Vice All News Time29 November 2013 09:15:25


Football match-fixing: a brief history of recent allegations

29 November 2013 08:34:35 Football - Fixtures, results, news, match reports, comment

As six members of an alleged betting syndicate are arrested on suspicion of fixing English football matches, we explore the allegations that have plagued the beautiful game over recent years        

Vice Football Time29 November 2013 08:34:35


Roy Keane's mother brands Sir Alex Ferguson 'nasty' after recent criticism

25 October 2013 11:57:06 mirror - Sport

Marie Keane says she cannot believe that the former Manchester United boss would be so critical of her son in his new book

Vice Sport Time25 October 2013 11:57:06


Theresa May to give police watchdog new powers in bid to clean up force in wake of recent scandals

24 October 2013 04:38:10 News | Mail Online

Home secretary is expected to say that she wants to tell forces and Police and Crime Commissioners that she is 'determined to deliver' a 'beefed-up IPC'.

Vice All News Time24 October 2013 04:38:10


How Apple exaggerated sales of its iPad: Chart shown at launch is 'misleading' because it fails to show recent dip in sales

23 October 2013 16:16:15 News | Mail Online

New York-based journalist David Yanofsky recreated the chart using sales figures he had found. He said Cook's simplified version covers up the firm's latest sales drop.

Vice All News Time23 October 2013 16:16:15


iPhone 5S announcement: The range of possibilities is possibly the most tantalising in recent times

10 September 2013 16:20:57 mirror - News

Apple fans have their eyes keenly fixed on California today where industry professionals claim the new iOS 7 and iPhone 5s will be revealed

Vice All News Time10 September 2013 16:20:57


This Is The End sees the Freaks And Geeks crowd atone for their recent sins

24 June 2013 07:09:17 Film | theguardian.com

Seth Rogen, James Franco et al play themselves at an apocalypse-night house party; it's an all-dick-joke-all-the-time riot Just when I thought the Freaks And Geeks class of 1999 had begun to run their course, they recover their nerve and verve and slap me in the face with This Is The End, the Götterdämmerung of dick-joke movies, complete with the gigantic, molten penis of Satan himself. OK, the last thing didn't hit me in the face personally, but man, you ought to see what Satan does to Jonah Hill with it. The stars of This Is The End all play themselves, and their recent movie offerings demonstrate that they all have sins to atone for. Seth Rogen , co-writer and co-director (with Evan Goldberg), has to cop to The Green Hornet and his Barbra Streisand mother-in-law movie, The Guilt Trip. He should beg our forgiveness, too, for The Watch, which he and Goldberg also co-wrote, and which was a failed test-run for the end-of-the-world scenario that's far more successfully worked out in The Is The End. James Franco must hang his head for having been a ubiquitous multimedia celebrabore for the last few years, but in particular for the egregious Your Highness, whose noxious stink also attaches itself here to overexposed semi-funny redneck Danny McBride. Jay Baruchel hasn't made much besides She's Out of Your League, which I quite liked, so it's fitting that he's the movie's naif and hero, while Hill's recent work includes the lively 21 Jump Street and the so-so The Sitter, so he's on semi-non-secret probation for now. Well, all sins are expiated here. This Is The End has the flimsiest structure imaginable – riotous celeb-heavy house party at Franco's on the night of the apocalypse – and is essentially a never-ending fiesta of raunch, insults, dick, shit and fart jokes, and nerd humour. In short, it's everything it takes to delight me, like a kitten getting its tummy scratched. They take a chainsaw to some of their recent movies, and manfully admit that Your Highness was offal and The Guilt Trip an abortion. To be fair, Rogen has trailed the movie with interviews in which he laments the way budgets and PG-13 ratings have stepped on his ability to go all-dick-joke-all-the-time in his recent work. Not a problem here. You have to love the callous way the other real-life stars are sucked en masse into the molten earth when the Rapture arrives: my homegirl Mindy Kaling, who talks like a skid-row crack whore for her heartbreakingly brief two minutes onscreen; Jason Segel, who deserves an eternity in hell for The Five-Year Engagement, along with David Krumholtz, Paul Rudd, Aziz Ansari – dead, the lot. Emma Watson and Channing Tatum survive, but the latter – no spoilers! – probably just envies the dead. It all manages to end just before it becomes too precious or tiresome, but really, how many throwaway one-use bubblegum crowd-pleasers can you say that about these days? James Franco Seth Rogen Comedy John Patterson guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time24 June 2013 07:09:17


England look to reverse recent trend of poor results in Iraq opener

21 June 2013 20:17:18 Sport news, comment and results | theguardian.com

The early scheduling of the Under-20 World Cup means England have a stronger squad than in the past England kickstart their Under-20 World Cup campaign against Iraq on Sunday with their head coach, Peter Taylor, seeking to inspire a squad of players lacking experience at elite level and improve the national team's dismal record in the finals. Taylor, who was recruited on a two-month contract to oversee the tournament in Turkey while Brian Eastick concentrated on the Under-21 European Championship, has declared himself happy with the squad with whom he has been working in Antalya nine days ago. The earlier scheduling of the tournament to avoid clashes with clubs' pre-season plans has undoubtedly helped the England set-up, with the manager, who visited Premier League sides seeking the release of personnel, effectively denied only eight eligible players picked in senior or Under-21 squads and a further seven with injuries. That figure contrasts markedly with Eastick's travails in 2011 when the FA suggests at least 41 players were absent. Yet, of Taylor's 21-man party, only Everton's Ross Barkley – with 18 senior appearances for the Merseyside club and loan spells in the second tier with Sheffield Wednesday and Leeds – has made an impact of sorts in the Premier League, whose clubs supply 15 of the party. The France side which opened the tournament against Ghana on Friday at the Ali Sami Yen Arena in Istanbul included the likes of Paul Pogba, once of Manchester United and now with Juventus; the highly rated Lucas Digne, who is en route from Lille to Paris St-Germain; and Arsenal's prospective new signing Yaya Sanogo. England's squad do not yet boast that established pedigree. "But it will be a good grounding for some of them," said Chris Ramsey, Tottenham Hotspur's senior professional phase coach who is assisting Taylor at the finals having managed this team at the finals in 1999. "I'm sure one or two of them will go on to represent the senior team and this will be a good grounding for them all in all. Back in '99 we had some players who have gone on to play for the seniors, like Ashley Cole, Andy Johnson and Peter Crouch. We all want to represent our country and do the best we can, and you can see in training they've upped the tempo and taken on board what Peter and I are putting into place. The players have got to focus on what's important now and do themselves justice." This is an opportunity for the youngsters, but they must thrive in adversity, not least because of the searing heat in Turkey. The Iraqi side to be confronted at the Akdeniz University stadium on Sunday boast more senior experience, with the majority having already earned senior caps. Indeed, a quintet of their players only arrived in Antalya on Thursday evening after featuring in the World Cup qualifier defeat to Australia in Sydney earlier in the week. Chile and Egypt make up Group E, and English progress would buck the recent trend. The national set-up is still struggling to come to terms with the Under-21s' dismal performance at the Euros in Israel, but the lower age-group's record at these finals is as wretched. England came third in 1993 but, of the last seven under-20s World Cups, they have qualified for four and played 13 games at the tournaments, losing eight, winning none and scoring just once, against Uzbekistan in 2009. The last time they won a game was in 1997, when Michael Owen was among their number. Diego Maradona, Luis Figo, Cesc Fabregas, Carlos Tevez and Lionel Messi have all made waves at these finals in the past. For the latest crop of bright young English things, a chance to establish their own quality awaits. Dominic Fifield guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds        

Vice All News Time21 June 2013 20:17:18


Ladbrokes admits to 'frustration' over recent performance

01 May 2013 16:09:52 Finance News - Business news from the UK and world

Ladbrokes' chairman Peter Erskine has admitted the bookmaker is "off the beat" compared to some of its competitors as the group came under fire for falling behind its biggest rival, William Hill.        

Vice Finance Time01 May 2013 16:09:52


Ladbrokes chairman admits to 'frustration' over recent performance

01 May 2013 15:48:22 Finance News - Business news from the UK and world

Ladbrokes' chairman Peter Erskine has admitted the bookmaker is "off the beat" compared to some of its competitors as the group came under fire for falling behind its biggest rival, William Hill.        

Vice Finance Time01 May 2013 15:48:22


What films have you seen recently?

29 April 2013 16:42:08 Film | theguardian.com

Tell us about the movies you've been watching – and find out what our critics made of them Whether you visited your local movie theater or chose to cozy up on the sofa, we would like to hear about the films you've been watching over the past few days. Take a look at what our critics had to say about this weeks releases: Iron Man 3 Peter Bradshaw said: It is quality Friday night entertainment: the innocent pleasure of the week. Robert Downey Jr is back, smashing walls and cracking wise as the billionaire industrialist Tony Stark, now out of the closet as Iron Man, living the dream in his future-tech clifftop pad … This is luxury superhero entertainment. Read more The Look of Love Peter Bradshaw said: This is a shallow but watchable movie, and it nicely conveys the world of semi-respectable Soho porn, sadder and tattier than its sleazier end, with its desperate champagne lunches and dreary afternoon hangovers. Read More In the Fog Philip French said: In The Fog is a deeply serious, utterly humourless story of social and spiritual conflict of the kind we encounter in the fictions of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. It's set in Loznitsa's native Belarus in 1942, and the fog of the title is both literal and metaphorical… Particularly striking are the long takes and the low-key photography of the dense forest at night, the frozen fields, the weathered timber of the farmhouses. The conclusion is highly ironic, realistic rather than cruelly cynical, and immersed in a rolling bank of fog. Read More The Lords of Salem Philip French said: The best movie to date by the heavy-metal musician turned horror-flick director Rob Zombie … a cross between René Clair's 1942 comedy I Married a Witch and Roman Polanski's Rosemary's Baby. Read More White Elephant Philip French said: This excellent, hard-hitting movie from one of Latin America's rising talents centres on two dedicated priests...The material is familiar, but the milieu is vividly realised and there's both an arresting opening and a superbly staged climax. Read More Bernie Philip French said: A fascinating slice of bizarre Americana … with the aid of Jack Black, Linklater has turned it into an extremely amusing, socially accurate docudrama. Read More • Whatever you've been watching, let us know what you thought of it in the comment thread below. guardian.co.uk © 2013 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to our Terms & Conditions | More Feeds

Vice All News Time29 April 2013 16:42:08


David Cameron condemns recent football violence

16 April 2013 04:17:55 Politics News - UK Politics

David Cameron has condemned the football violence seen at matches over the weekend, calling the incidents "deplorable".        

Vice Politics Time16 April 2013 04:17:55


David Cameron condemns recent football violence

16 April 2013 02:21:55 Football - Fixtures, results, news, match reports, comment

David Cameron has condemned the football violence seen at matches over the weekend, calling the incidents "deplorable".        

Vice Football Time16 April 2013 02:21:55