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World - Stephen Sutton cancer appeal raises £5 million

London (AFP) - The fundraising campaign launched by teenage cancer sufferer Stephen Sutton has raised almost £5 million, the charity he helped said on Tuesday, revealing where the money will be spent.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014  15:50


Business - U.S. auto regulators played key role in GM recalls, report says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Federal auto safety regulators played a significant role in General Motors Co`s failure to promptly report and recall cars with defective parts that led to at least 19 deaths, a congressional report said on Tuesday. The report, made public ahead of a separate hearing on Tuesday, said officials at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration repeatedly failed to identify the potential problems with the faulty ignition switches and could have acted more quickly to catch the problem. ...

Tuesday, September 16, 2014  14:02


Business - Exclusive: U.S. safety chief raps GM`s `flawed` culture on recalls

In his most pointed comments to date about GM`s lapses, David Friedman, acting administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, said the automaker put its own reputation ahead of the safety of its customers. `GM very clearly made some incredibly poor decisions when it came to their culture,` Friedman said in an interview Monday. `They were more worried about us (NHTSA) getting information about problems than they were about actually fixing problems.` Earlier on Monday, the chief of GM`s victim settlement fund raised the number of deaths from accidents caused by the automaker`s defective ignition switches to 19, up from 13. Friedman`s comments come ahead of his appearance on Tuesday before a Senate panel in which he will likely be grilled about his own agency`s failure to connect the dots on years of consumer complaints and accident data about GM cars with a deadly ignition switch flaw.

Monday, September 15, 2014  23:39


World - United still have faith in youth - Giggs

Ryan Giggs re-assured Manchester United fans on Wednesday that the club`s commitment to youth development remains intact. New United manager Louis van Gaal`s recent spending-spree of more than £150 million in the transfer window, culminating in the British record capture of Angel di Maria for £59.7 million ($98 million, 75 million euros, was followed by the sale of Academy graduate Danny Welbeck, the England forward, to Arsenal suggested a change of priorities. United have fielded at least one homegrown player in every matchday squad since 1937 but that record may be threatened under Dutch boss van Gaal.

Thursday, September 11, 2014  01:00


World - Van Gaal wants more from match-winner Di Maria

Manager Louis van Gaal urged Angel di Maria to give even more after he inspired Manchester United to a 4-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers on his home debut. The Argentina international, United`s record signing, upstaged debutant Radamel Falcao in Sunday`s game at Old Trafford with a goal, an assist and a hand in the home side`s two other goals. He came off in the 82nd minute after suffering cramp and although Van Gaal heralded his contribution, he said that he expected the £59.7 million ($98 million, 75 million euros) winger to get even better. `Di Maria is all right, but he has cramp.

Monday, September 15, 2014  10:59


World - Welbeck, Lampard handed Arsenal, City debuts

Former England team-mates Danny Welbeck and Frank Lampard were given debuts by their respective new clubs as Arsenal hosted champions Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday. Welbeck, a £16 million ($26.6 million, 20.2 million euros) signing from Manchester United on transfer deadline day, came into the Arsenal team, while Aaron Ramsey was able to start after overcoming an ankle problem. `I think Danny Welbeck will contribute to our success, but let`s not put too much pressure on him and enjoy him as a football player,` Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger told BT Sport.

Saturday, September 13, 2014  13:11


World - More than £1m floods in for British dogs` home after blaze

A dogs` home in northern England said it was `overwhelmed` after an online appeal launched following a horrific blaze, which claimed the lives of 53 animals, raised £1 million in 24 hours. Police have arrested a 15-year-old boy on suspicion of arson over the devastating fire at Manchester Dogs` Home, which broke out around 7.00 pm (1800GMT) on Thursday. Hundreds of volunteers immediately flocked to the scene bearing blankets and dog food, while a JustGiving site was immediately launched by the Manchester Evening News.

Saturday, September 13, 2014  02:58


World - Van Gaal happy to swap misfiring Welbeck for Falcao

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal admits the chance to sign Colombia striker Radamel Falcao made the less prolific Danny Welbeck surplus to requirements at Old Trafford. Welbeck`s move to Arsenal in a £16 million ($26 million) deal on transfer deadline day raised a few eyebrows, with former United defender Gary Neville among those to question the wisdom of allowing the 23-year-old to sign for a potential competitor for a Champions League place.

Thursday, September 11, 2014  19:44


World - United set to announce record revenues

Football giants Manchester United are set to announce record revenues of around £420 million ($676 million, 523 million euros) for last season when they publish their annual results on Wednesday. The results should also include details if the pay-off to former manager David Moyes, sacked less than one season after succeeding long-serving and multiple trophy-winning boss Alex Ferguson at Old Trafford. Forecasts for the headline figures have already been published in a prospectus published in August for a new release of shares on the New York Stock Exchange, with the US-based Glazer family the majority stakeholders in the English football institution. The prospectus said: `The Manchester United jersey and training wear are completely redesigned for each season.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014  20:59


World - Britain arming Iraqi Kurds with machine guns to fight IS

Britain is to ship heavy machine guns and ammunition to Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State jihadists in Iraq, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announced Tuesday. The arms shipment, worth £1.6 million ($2.6 million, two million euros), will arrive in Iraq on Wednesday. `The Kurdish forces remain significantly less well equipped than ISIL (Islamic State) and we are responding to help them defend themselves, protect citizens and push back ISIL advances,` he said in a written statement to parliament. `The initial gifting package... will consist of heavy machine guns and ammunition,` he said.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014  15:32

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