Watch: Man hurls racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic abuse at tram passengers 

Manchester Evening News
The man was caught on camera after getting on the Metrolink in Manchester city centre... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:21 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Residents' video of dirty Manchester streets protests introduction of new smaller bins 

Manchester Evening News
They say waste has been strewn all over the place since the bins were downsized... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:19 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Manchester United legend Neville names top three Premier League players and two are from Man City 

Manchester Evening News
Former Man Utd defender Gary Neville has praised the Premier League players he believes have star quality.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:18 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Plans approved to turn Manchester's Mackie Mayor market into Altrincham-style food hall 

Manchester Evening News
The team behind Altrincham's Market House have been given the go-ahead to transform the historic Northern Quarter building... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:16 Categories: Manchester Evening News

England players urged to ignore 'poppy ban' during World Cup qualifier 

Evening Standard
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon called for a mutiny by England and Scotland players against a reported poppy ban at their World Cup qualifier match next week. The Cabinet minister branded as "offensive" a ruling by football's governing body that the symbol of remembrance of war dead was political. "It's offensive for Fifa to say that on Armistice Day of all days that England and Scotland players cannot wear the poppy," he said. "I hope the players will wear their poppy with pride." The Football Association is in discussions with Fifa over whether players can show support for the Royal British Legion's poppy appeal when the two teams meet at Wembley. A report in The Sun claimed Fifa had banned the players from displaying poppies on their shirts during the game as political statements are not allowed. In 2011, Fifa eventually backed down after threatening to ban the England team from wearing poppies in a friendly against Spain, allowing them to display the symbol on black armbands. An FA statement read: "We are working closely with the Royal British Legion once again this year to honour and remember the sacrifices made by those serving in the armed forces. "In recent weeks, the FA has led remembrance discussions with Fifa to allow the England team to show its support for the poppy appeal during the World Cup qualifier with Scotland." Fifa was unavailable for comment. A Scottish FA spokesman said: "We are also in dialogue with our colleagues at the FA and with Fifa and are optimistic of an outcome that enables both teams and their respective fans to pay appropriate respect on Armistice Day." In 2011, following negotiations with Fifa, Scotland, who will be wearing their pink away strip at Wembley, were allowed to wear armbands emblazoned with a poppy emblem in the 2-1 away win over Cyprus.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:14 Categories: Evening Standard

Man lost in Outback for almost two weeks found weak but alive 

Mirror
Engineer Andrew James Gaskell, 26, who disappeared during a solo trek on October 20, was found weak but conscious and speaking to rescuers... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:13 Categories: Mirror

Iraqi special forces push into Mosul as battle for key city intensifies 

Associated Press
iraq's special forces entered the outskirts of Mosul on Tuesday and were advancing toward its more urban center despite fierce resistance by Islamic State group fighters who hold the city, an Iraqi general said.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:11 Categories: Associated Press

Notorious M25 murderer Kenneth Noye could be free in six months 

Mirror
Last year the killer's case was put before the parole board and it was recommended he be transferred to an open prison but it was dramatically blocked by Michael Gove... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 16:07:10 Categories: Mirror

Iraqi heritage sites again at risk in Mosul operation 

AFP
Since overrunning swathes of Iraq in 2014, the jihadists have embarked on an orgy of destruction that they have justified as religiously mandated elimination of idols.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:57 Categories: AFP

Obama's one-line 'horror story' on Trump 

USA TODAY
In her annual - OK, so it's actually her first - Halloween interview with the sitting POTUS, Samantha Bee asked the tough questions on Full Frontal Monday night.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:55 Categories: USA TODAY

'You were taken so soon' 

Sydney Morning Herald
Two "beautiful angels" have drowned in a backyard pool, prompting an outpouring of grief from a mourning family.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:53 Categories: Sydney Morning Herald

This is the secret to great sex in a long term relationship, study suggests 

Evening Standard
How do you rekindle the passion and improve your sex life in a marriage or long term relationship after the honeymoon period is over? While magazine articles might advise candles, hot baths and music, a new study suggests that the answer may lie in the way that you treat your partner. Psychology professor, Gurit E Birnbaum conducted a series of experiments, setting out to determine the best conditions for a healthy sex life, for both men and women. The results of the study, which were published in the American Psychological Association Journal, found that the secret to optimum sex is all to do with the way you talk to your partner and respond to their emotional needs. What women want? A sensitive partner Read more 7 things no one tells you about sex after childbirth Birnbaum found that being responsive and empathetic to your partner's wishes made them more receptive and open to spicing things up in the bedroom. Researchers conducted three experiments in order to determine the factors that might affect sexual desire. The first saw 153 couples discuss a positive or negative experience with their partner. Afterwards, they were asked to comment on how compassionate their partner was, and how much they wanted to have sex following the conversation Following the trial, men's interest in interest in sex remained the same, whether they were met with empathetic or completely unresponsive remarks from their partner. However, women reported feeling a "greater desire" when talking to a sensitive partner, rather than an unresponsive one. Another tip for turning on your SO? Don't dwell on the depressing anecdotes The second experiment asked the couples to discuss both positive and negative life experiences with one another, face to face. The results showed that both men and women experienced heightened sexual attraction to their partner - but only when they were telling a cheerful story. According to researchers, this may be because moaning about bad life experiences can render a partner less desirable - as you're more likely to notice their personal weaknesses or stressors. The most important thing for both sexes? Listen to your partner's needs The final experiment saw 100 couples complete a diary of their nights together for six weeks. They were challenged to write down the quality of their relationship based on how their partner made them feel. Both genders reported feeling 'special' if their partner was compassionate and responsive to their conversation, although the number of women who reported this was far greater than the amount of men. While women may be more sensitive to their partner's conversational hospitality, all three experiments concluded that both men and women who felt valued in their relationships had the highest level of desire for their partners. In short, listening + empathy = sexual chemistry. Time to put the bubble bath and Barry White on ice and start working on your best listening face... Follow us on Twitter: @eslifeandstyle... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:51 Categories: Evening Standard

When is the US election and how can we watch? 

Liverpool Echo
The 45th President of the United States will be decided this month... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:50 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Can you spot your Little Horror in our video of adorable ghouls? 

Liverpool Echo
You sent us pictures of your kids in their creepy Halloween costumes... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:48 Categories: Liverpool Echo

Legendary Manchester club night celebrates 10th birthday with huge warehouse bash 

Manchester Evening News
Micron have secured two huge names in dance music for their show in Ancoats next Friday... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:47 Categories: Manchester Evening News

Where can I buy a real Christmas tree in Greater Manchester? 

Manchester Evening News
We all love the scent of a real Christmas tree. Here are some places in and around Greater Manchester where you can buy one... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:45 Categories: Manchester Evening News

London weather: Temperatures set to plunge as winter arrives in the capital 

Evening Standard
Harsh winds and cold temperatures are heading to London as the unseasonably warm Halloween weather looks to be over. The Met office predicts a cold front will arrive in the capital tonight, with temperatures plunging to around 5C. The south of England has enjoyed a relatively balmy few days with highs of 18C - but the colder weather in the north is approaching fast. Temperatures during the latter stages of this week are expected to be around 11C, dipping to as low as 1C at points over Thursday and Friday nights. A spokesman for the Met Office told the Standard: "There is quite a clear split at the moment with colder weather up north but that is going to change this week. Wrapped up: temperatures will be around 11C by the end of the week (Jeremy Selwyn) "The south has got a bit more cloud today but we are expecting the cold front to move south and come through in London overnight tonight. "Towards the end of the week there may be some snow on higher ground in Scotland but that's to be expected for this time of year. We aren't predicting any snow for London just yet." He added: "It has been unseasonably warm over the last few days but we are now returning to more like what we would expect for this time of year." Other forecasters have announced the oncoming of a "more traditional" November period. James Madden, forecaster for Exacta Weather, said: "The first notable wintry blast and potentially widespread snow showers will occur during the early part of November and there will also be ample amounts of fog and frost for many within this period too." Yesterday the Met Office issued a severe weather warning for the capital as Londoners woke up on Halloween to a blanket of eerie fog.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:43 Categories: Evening Standard

Cyclist killed in crash in Knightsbridge named as Italian prince Filippo Corsini, who was living in London studying business 

Evening Standard
The latest cyclist to die on the streets of London was an Italian prince, it was revealed today. Filippo Corsini, heir to a Florentine noble family, was killed after being dragged under the wheels of a HGV near Knightsbridge tube station yesterday. He was reportedly on his way to class at Regent's University London, where he was studying for a BA in International Business. Witnesses said the 21-year-old was dragged 30 yards across a box junction before dying of "catastrophic injuries". He was the eighth cyclist to die on London's roads this year. Fellow Italian, waitress Lucia Ciccioli, was killed last Monday in a rush hour crash with a lorry. The young Prince Philip with his father, Duccio Corsini The prince was hit by the HGV outside luxury department store Harvey Nichols near the exclusive One Hyde Park development at 12.40pm. He was pronounced dead at the scene just over half an hour later. Mr Corsini is survived by his parents, Duccio and Clotilde, as well as two younger sisters. The Corsini family is one of Florence's oldest, whose lineage goes all the way back to the Middle Ages. Read more Cyclist killed after being hit by lorry in Knightsbridge Their family tree includes Pope Clemente XII, who ruled from 1730 to 1740, founding Rome's Capitoline Museums and commissioning the Trevi Fountain. The family has a wine and oil production business and also rents various properties in Tuscany as holiday homes. Mr Corsini was a keen equestrian and friends remembered his passion for the sport and for his horse, Claretta Bella. One of his friends, a fellow equestrian, wrote on Facebook: "With your smile, with the laughter you gave us and the great undertakings you accomplished with your beloved Claretta Bella, we will never forget you. Bye, Prince. RIP." Another friend said: "I cannot believe it, he was a wonderful boy. I think about his mother Clotilde, his grandfather Paolo and all the other relatives whom I don't know. I hug them all, with huge sadness." Filippo Corsini died instantly after being hit by the lorry in west London Around a dozen Regent's University students arrived at the scene today at around 11am to lay flowers and tributes to Mr Corsini. One friend said: "He was a good guy. I sat next to him in class and I'd see him rushing in with his bags every day. He was a very nice guy, very hard working. He was studying global management. Everyone was shocked when we got the message last night." Dean Shami, 38, was leaving the tube station when he witnessed the aftermath of the collision at the junction at Brompton Road and Knightsbridge Road. He told the Standard: "The man died in front of me. His body had been crushed underneath the third wheel of the truck. It was harrowing. "A window cleaner from Harvey Nichols and a man in a leather jacket rushed to help him. The prince was hit by the HGV outside luxury department store Harvey Nichols "Seeing this has totally changed my perspective. More needs to be done to protect cyclists in London these huge trucks shouldn't be driving in such a congested area. "How many more families need to suffer? If that was my son, or my brother I would be absolutely livid." It came as campaigners today urged Sadiq Khan to bring forward plans to ban dangerous lorries from London's streets. More than 100 cyclists staged a "die in" protest last night at the Battersea junction where Ms Ciccioli was killed last Monday. Last month the Mayor of London announced plans to introduce a 0-5 "star rating " for HGV safety, with the aim of banning the most dangerous lorries from the capital by 2020. But speaking at last night's vigil for 32-year-old Ms Ciccioli in Lavender Hill, Stop Killing Cyclists co-organiser Nicola Branch called on Mr Khan to bring in the new safety measures "immediately". Police said the lorry driver, a 42-year-old man, stopped at the scene and was arrested on suspicion of death by careless driving. He was still being questioned at a west London police station today. Leon Daniels, TfL's managing director of surface transport, said: "Our thoughts are with the families and friends of the two cyclists who sadly lost their lives in two separate collisions with lorries over the past week and we are assisting the police with their investigations." Anyone with information is asked to police on 0208 543 5157 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:42 Categories: Evening Standard

London banker tortured and murdered in SA 'by someone he invited in' 

Evening Standard
A London banker has been found strangled to death in a penthouse apartment in South Africa while on a work trip. James Starkey, 36, from Woolwich, was found dead after apparently inviting his attacker into the flat in Johannesburg.... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:40 Categories: Evening Standard

Masked bikers in 'carnage' rideout 

Evening Standard
Eight men have been arrested for their part in Sunday night's annual Halloween rideout which caused "utter carnage" on the streets of London. ... read more
 
1. marraskuuta 2016 15:54:38 Categories: Evening Standard
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