He may not be regular Sunday night viewing any more, but Benny Tipene is doing anything but relaxing.
Charles Saatchi accepted a police caution for assaulting his wife Nigella Lawson, the celebrity cook, to stop the incident “hanging over all of us for months”.
UPDATE: Charles Saatchi has admitted assaulting his wife Nigella Lawson. The Mirror reports that Saatchi accepted a caution for assault after he was questioned by police officers for five hours at Charing Cross Police Station, London.
Celebrity cook Nigella Lawson’s husband has said images of him with his hands round his wife’s throat misrepresented a “playful tiff”. British police say they are investigating after a newspaper published photos of Nigella Lawson’s husband Charles Saatchi with his hands around the celebrity chef’s throat
Barclays have agreed a new three-year title sponsorship deal with the English Premier League which will be worth around $135million to top-flight clubs. The bank has sponsored the Premier League since 2004 and their current three-year contract, which expires next year, was worth $108m.
On the grainy, silent black and white video, it’s hard to tell exactly what happened the night of June 14 in Miami Beach. But one thing is certain: A tourist, Husien Shehada, can be seen falling to the ground, shot by a police officer
A Boston police officer is suing the city after he was suspended for referring to a black Harvard professor as a "banana-eating jungle monkey" in an e-mail. “If I’m charged with a crime I want a chance to answer. I want the chance for a fair hearing,” Officer Justin Barrett told CNN on Tuesday.
National standards have long been the third rail of education politics.
Here’s a scary fact to add to today’s gloomy stock-market headlines: bank stocks might actually be providing a boost to the market, even as it tumbles to new lows. By at least one measure, financial firms are making the bad earnings caused by the economy look a bit rosier. Late last week, Goldman Sachs cut its earnings expectations for the stocks in the Standard & Poor’s 500
European markets closed lower Tuesday, following a global selling spree the day before. Europe’s major exchanges drifted up in morning trading but by the end of the day London’s FTSE 100 was down 3.1 percent, the CAC 40 lost 1 percent and Frankfurt’s Dax 30 sank 0.5 percent.