June 2, 2016 6:55 AM Options being considered in bid to save empty Bury children's hospice
Grace’s Place in Dumers Lane, Radcliffe, was refurbished at a cost of £1.2m, and has stood empty ever since Three options are under consideration in a bid to save a children’s hospice which should have opened two years ago. Grace’s Place in Dumers Lane, Radcliffe , was refurbished at a cost of £1.2m, and has stood empty ever since. Backed by Radio 2 DJ, Sarah 20
June 1, 2016 10:24 AM French rail strike bites amid labour law standoff
BRUSSELS Striking rail workers halted about half of all French train services on Wednesday in a dispute over working time as a standoff between the militant CGT union and the Socialist government over a proposed labour law reform dragged on. The SNCF state railway said six out of 10 high-speed TGV trains were running, along with one-third of other inter-city 18
May 31, 2016 6:14 PM Should Manchester vote to leave or remain in the EU?
Two senior figures on both sides put their case. One says Manchester 'wins' in the EU - while the other believes we can 'stand on our own two feet' It is a question that is not just dividing the country but families, cities, political parties and even the government itself: whether to stay or go. Many have complained the Brexit debate so far has been based 38
May 31, 2016 5:19 PM Bigger shock than Katy Perry hacked: Her Twitter following
No word yet from Left or Right Shark, but Katy Perry’s Twitter account being hacked led to shock and surprise — about her having the most followers. Th site noted that Justin Bieber, Lea Michele and Britney Spears have been hacked on Twitter. “It’s not clear who was behind the attack. A Twitter user with the handle @sw4ylol has been widely linked with the hack across 23
May 31, 2016 8:49 AM Katy Perry's Twitter account was hacked, she didn't tweet Taylor Swift
Katy Perry is the most followed person on Twitter but even she isn't safe from online hackers. The star's account was hacked with a number of out-of-character tweets shared with her 89 million followers. One was directed at Taylor Swift, telling her pop rival that she missed her. The tweets have since been deleted and her password no doubt changed to one with lots more numbers 23
May 30, 2016 11:01 PM 500,000 refugees 'could move to UK after 2020 under EU rules'
Up to half a million refugees and their relatives could move to Britain after 2020 because of EU rules on the free movement of people, a major new report claims. While Germany, Greece and Italy have borne the brunt of the refugee crisis arriving at Europe's borders, those granted asylum could settle in the UK in the coming years after they have acquired 30
May 29, 2016 6:01 AM Kei Nishikori vs Richard Gasquet, French Open 2016: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds and live streaming info
Kei Nishikori takes on Richard Gasquet in the men's singles fourth round clash at the 2016 French Open on Sunday (29 May). Match starts at 2pm BST. Live coverage of the game in the UK is available on ITV4. Click here for the live streaming link. Live scores and regular updates will be available on ATP's official website. Japan's most famous tennis player 19
May 27, 2016 9:23 AM Footballer Ched Evans Pleads Not Guilty To Rape
Footballer Ched Evans has pleaded not guilty to rape at Cardiff Crown Court. He is charged with one count of rape, alleged to have taken place in 2011. At the brief hearing, Evans - wearing a black suit, white shirt and navy tie - spoke only to confirm his name and enter a not guilty plea. The 27-year-old was represented by Kieran Vaughan QC and junior 17
May 27, 2016 1:53 AM Osborne Warns Of Brexit Hit To Pensioners
Analysis from the Treasury suggests leaving the EU could wipe up to £32,000 off the average pensioner's wealth. Millions of pensioners could find themselves worse off if the UK quits the European Union, George Osborne will claim. The analysis, released by the Treasury on Thursday night, suggests rising inflation, market turmoil and a fall in asset prices 21
May 26, 2016 9:00 PM Brexit 'will wipe thousands of pounds from retirement funds'
Pensioners will see thousands of pounds wiped off the value of their retirement funds if he UK votes to leave the European Union, according to Treasury analysis. The value of the total assets held by all those aged 65 would drop by up to £300 billion as a result of the economic shocks of Brexit, the analysis concludes. With the Remain camp predicting 18