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      A BETTER WAY TO ENSURE RAPISTS DON‘T WALK FREE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      For far too long the police did not take rape seriously enough. In some cases, they stupidly dismissed valid allegations, a scandal exposed more than 20 years ago in a shocking TV documentary.

Since then, they have made great efforts to right the balance. They are now far more sympathetic to rape victims and t >>>


      BACK TO BASICS IN THE CLASSROOM?
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Hallelujah! The penny drops at last. With tens of thousands of children leaving primary school unable to read or write properly, it finally dawns on the Government that there might be something wrong with teaching methods.

Education Secretary Ruth Kelly deserves congratulations for announcing a major review in >>>


      DARLING TURNS INTO DICK TURPIN
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Rarely has the expression ‘highway robbery‘ been more apt. At first blush, Alistair Darling‘s ideas for ‘road charging‘ may have a certain logic – after all, shouldn‘t those who most clog up our roads pay the most?

So, using satellite technology, Mr Darling proposes to >>>


      ‘BODY–PARTS‘ PATHOLOGIST ACCUSED
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A pathologist who secretly took organs from dead youngsters at Alder Hey Children‘s Hospital is to appear before the General Medical Council charged with serious professional misconduct.

Professor Dick van Velzen will appear before the GMC accused of directing staff to retain the organs of dead children >>>


      ‘CHANGE THE WORLD‘ APPEAL BY GELDOF
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Live 8 organiser Bob Geldof appealed to people to help "tilt this world a little bit on its side" as he launched a lottery for the star–studded concert.

The event in London‘s Hyde Park – featuring Madonna, Robbie Williams and Paul McCartney – will draw attention to poverty and >>>


      &#163;100 ‘DISORDER LEVY‘ FOR ALL PUBS IN DRINK ZONES
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The Government is preparing to impose a blanket levy on all pubs, clubs restaurants and off licences in its new "alcohol disorder zones", it has emerged.

The blanket ‘stealth tax‘ of around 100 a week will be charged regardless of whether their customers are involved.

Home Secret >>>


      ADAMS ISSUES FRESH CHALLENGE TO DUP
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams has challenged the Democratic Unionist Party to take the "difficult" decision to enter dialogue with republicans.

He said the Rev Ian Paisley‘s party might find it "a very uninviting prospect", but their current position of not negotiating with Sinn Fei >>>


      AIRPORT EXTENSION PLANS UNVEILED
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Proposals to expand Heathrow Airport by demolishing up to 700 houses and building a third runway and sixth terminal are to be published.

The draft plans outline more than 7 billion of development for the west London airport over the next decade and beyond.

They could see annual passenger numbers rise >>>


      ANGER AT ‘ALCOHOL DISORDER ZONES‘ TAX
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The drinks industry has reacted angrily to reports of a new Government levy on all licensed premises within "alcohol disorder zones".

Businesses within these zones will be charged an average 100 per week to pay for extra policing to tackle drink–fuelled crime, according to the Daily Mail.
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      ATTACK OF THE CLONE TOWNS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Britain‘s urban areas are turning into bland "clone towns" dominated by chain stores, a new report says.

Only a third of high streets still have a distinct local character, researchers found.

Two fifths (41%) of urban centres are described as clone towns where independently–owned >>>


      BABY ‘ABDUCTION‘ FEARS GROW
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Specialist officers are expected to take charge of an investigation into the apparent abduction of a baby who was abandoned in the street.

The newborn baby was left in a car seat outside Queen‘s Park Family Service Unit in west London on Friday morning.

A 14–year–old girl spotted the >>>


      BABY BLUES BATTLE FOR CELEBRITY MUMS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Battel÷ Fern suffered in silence Celebrity mothers Fern Britton and Brooke Shields have given harrowing accounts of their private battles with post natal depression.

Their stories are being featured on a televison programme which has exposed an apparent shortage in support for sufferers.

A surv >>>


      BLAIR ‘CONFIDENT‘ OVER AFRICA TALKS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Tony Blair is preparing for crucial talks with President George Bush "confident" that he can win US backing for Britain‘s ambitious agenda to alleviate the plight of Africa.

The Prime Minister flies to Washington this week in what could be a make–or–break seven days for the UK&lsquo >>>


      BLAIR AND BUSH SET FOR AID TALKS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Tony Blair is preparing for crucial talks with President George Bush at the start of a make–or–break week for Britain‘s ambitious agenda to alleviate the plight of Africa.

The Prime Minister flies to Washington confident that he can win support for the UK‘s so–called "Marshal >>>


      BLAIR WOOS BUSH ON AFRICA DEBT
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Tony Blair is flying to Washington to try to tie up a deal on debt relief for Africa and climate change during crucial talks with President George Bush.

No 10 have played down any suggestion of an instant agreement and stressing talks would continue up to next month‘s G8 summit at Gleneagles on July 7.>>>


      BLANKET LEVY FOR ‘ALCOHOL ZONES‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The Government is preparing to impose a blanket levy on all pubs, clubs restaurants and off licences in its new "alcohol disorder zones".

The Daily Mail said that Home Secretary Charles Clarke had rejected calls to limit the charges to pay for extra policing in the zones to known troublespots.
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      BRITISH EU PAYMENT SLASHED BY &#163;630M
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Britain‘s budget payment to the European Union this year is being reduced by more than 630 million thanks to revised economic calculations in Brussels.

The move was announced as Britain stepped up pressure on the Commission to slash the overall size of the annual EU budget – and leave the 3 billion >>>


      BROWN SETS OUT FULL EMPLOYMENT GOAL
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The Chancellor has promised union leaders that full employment will not be a "distant dream".

And he committed the Government to continue with investment in public services and help for the jobless.

Gordon Brown said he would never rest while a single person was out of work.

He adde >>>


      BROWN WON‘T BUDGE ON EU REBATE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Gordon Brown will tomorrow issue a defiant defence of Britain‘s European budget rebate in the face of a concerted attempt by France and Germany to embarrass Tony Blair.

A row over money looks set to dominate the build–up to next week‘s EU summit as Europe struggles in the face of its worst cr >>>


      CHERIE URGED÷ GIVE LECTURE EARNINGS TO POVERTY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Under pressure÷ Cherie Blair is urged to give talk earnings to Africa Cherie Blair is facing calls to hand her earnings from a money–spinning US lecture to African poverty relief.

The Prime Minister‘s wife is expected to pocket 30,000 from a talk in Washington billed as the inside account of >>>


      CLEVER COT COULD SAVE BABY‘S LIFE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Improved÷ Old style cot has been re–invented A hi–tech cot could save the lives of thousands of babies from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

The device monitors and controls the child‘s temperature so it can never get too hot.

It also rocks the baby to sleep and has built–i >>>


      COE DELIGHT AT GLOWING IOC REPORT
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Sebastian Coe has expressed his delight after London‘s bid for the 2012 Olympic Games was given a generally–glowing report by IOC inspectors.

The IOC evaluation commission believe London 2012 will be able to deliver their promises on transport, venues, the environment and legacy.

Bid chair >>>


      COLE APPEALS AGAINST VERDICT
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Arsenal defender Ashley Cole has begun his fight to clear his name in the tapping–up‘ row that is threatening to engulf football.

The Premier League confirmed an appeal had been lodged by the England star‘s legal team over the sanctions imposed by an independent commission last week.
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      COLE APPEALS OVER TAP–UP RAP
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The Premier League have confirmed they have received an appeal from Ashley Cole‘s legal team over the sanctions imposed by an independent commission into the ‘tapping–up‘ saga of the Arsenal defender.

Cole was fined 100,000 for his part in an illegal meeting earlier this year, while Che >>>


      CROWE ARRESTED OVER HOTEL ASSAULT
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Actor Russell Crowe has been arrested for allegedly throwing a telephone at an employee of the Manhattan hotel where he was staying in New York, police said.

Crowe, 41, who plays a boxer in his latest film Cinderella Man, allegedly threw the phone at the Mercer Hotel employee, striking him in the face during a >>>


      CROWE CHARGED WITH ASSAULT AFTER ‘BUST–UP‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Arrested÷ Russell Crowe When his first child arrived, many believed Russell Crowe, the hardman of Hollywood, had melted.

But it seems his wild days are not over yet. The Oscar–winning actor has been charged by police with second degree assault after throwing a telephone at an employee of the Manha >>>


      CRUCIAL OLYMPIC EVALUATION REPORT TO BE RELEASED
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A crucial report which could help decide who hosts the 2012 Olympic Games was being released today.

The International Olympic Committee is publishing its evaluation report on technical aspects of the five rival bids.

This is based on visits by the 16–strong IOC inspection team to London, Paris, >>>


      CRUCIAL REPORT DUE ON OLYMPIC BID
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A crucial report which could help decide who hosts the 2012 Olympic Games is due to be released.

The International Olympic Committee is publishing its evaluation report on technical aspects of the five rival bids.

This is based on visits by the 16–strong IOC inspection team to London, Paris, Mad >>>


      DARLING DEFENDS ROAD–CHARGE IDEA
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Transport Secretary Alistair Darling has insisted that his proposals for road–charging were not intended to drive motorists out of their cars.

Mr Darling has floated the idea of using new technology to track vehicles‘ movements and charge drivers as much as 1.30 a mile for using different stretches >>>


      DOCKERS IN PAY STRIKE VOTE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Hundreds of dock workers will start voting today on whether to go on strike in a long–running dispute over pay.

More than 300 members of the Transport and General Workers Union at Associated British Ports have already rejected a 2.'% wage offer.

The union said the company was enjoying " >>>


      ENGLAND POLISH OFF BANGLADESH
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      England wasted little time in wrapping up their 2–0 npower Test series victory over Bangladesh on the third morning at Chester–le Street.

Bangladesh were polished off for 316 to lose by an innings and 27 runs in a series which was scheduled for 10 days but has been concluded in well under five.
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      ENGLAND SUFFERS DRIEST MONTHS FOR 30 YEARS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      England and Wales have had their driest November to March period in 30 years, new figures have revealed.

There were five consecutive months with below–average rainfall, meaning that most of the UK has now had a dry spell spanning two complete seasons, the Met Office said.

Some parts of central a >>>


      EU REFERENDUM PLANS TO BE AXED
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is due to sound the death knell for the planned EU constitution, with the announcement that Britain‘s plans for a referendum to approve the treaty are to be put on hold.

Mr Straw is expected to tell MPs in a Commons statement that the Government‘s Referendum Bill is to >>>


      EU TREATY REFERENDUM POSTPONED
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Britain has "postponed" ratification of the European Union constitution, Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has announced.

The EU Council, not the UK, will decide the future of the treaty in the wake of rejection by Holland and France, he said.

But in the circumstances it would not now be sensible >>>


      EXCUSED BOOTS HARRY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Blistering pace÷ Prince Harry struggles to keep up They are known as the ‘curse of Sandhurst‘ and have blighted the life of even the toughest recruit.

Now Prince Harry has fallen victim – and, according to well–placed sources, a particularly nasty set of blisters they are too.
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      FEARS GROW OVER ‘SINISTER‘ ABDUCTION OF ABANDONED BABY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Photofit÷ Woman drove off with baby Specialist officers are expected to take charge of an investigation into the apparent abduction of a baby who was abandoned in the street.

The newborn baby was left in a car seat outside Queen‘s Park Family Service Unit in west London on Friday morning.

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      FIRMS WARNED OF CV LIES RISK
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      One in four employers had to withdraw a job offer in the past year after finding out that a candidate had lied when applying for work, according to a new report.

A similar proportion sacked a worker already in a job after discovering that qualifications had been made up or exaggerated, research found.

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      GELDOF CONDEMNED OVER POPE ‘INVITE‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Campaigners have penned an open letter to Bob Geldof in protest at his decision to invite the Pope to support Live 8.

The National Secular Society (NSS) is pointing to the Vatican‘s refusal to condone the use of condoms, saying it has helped spread HIV in Africa.

The society, which campaigns for >>>


      GYM‘LL FIX IT IN JUST TWO MINUTES
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Quick÷ Gone is the need for long workouts For those who struggle to squeeze a regular workout into their busy days, it could be welcome news.

Only two minutes of intense exercise a day does as much to improve fitness levels as two hours of moderate training, according to research.

Averagely hea >>>


      HATTON CAN TAKE USA BY STORM
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Ricky Hatton has been told he is now famous enough to sell out New York‘s Madison Square Garden in a lucrative world light–welterweight title showdown in the New Year.

Hatton‘s multi–million dollar pay–per–view future is assured across the Atlantic following his stunning win >>>


      HOON BACKS PARLIAMENT CHANGE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The Government is "determined" to continue modernising the procedures of Parliament to help it reconnect with ordinary voters, Leader of the Commons Geoff Hoon has said.

Mr Hoon said he was ready to accept many of the recommendations of a Hansard Society report published last month, which called for >>>


      HOW COULD HER PARENTS LET HER BECOME AN ASBO GIRL?
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Asbo÷ Siobhan Blake While her classmates were doing their homework or texting their friends, Siobhan Blake was smashing windows or rampaging through her neighbours‘ gardens.

And at 11 she has become the youngest child to be given an anti–social behaviour order.

Only 4ft 3in tall, sh >>>


      IOC REPORT BOOSTS LONDON BID
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      London‘s bid for the 2012 Olympic Games was given a great boost on Monday after a generally–glowing report from IOC inspectors.

The IOC evaluation commission believe London 2012 will be able to deliver their promises on transport, venues, the environment and legacy. It means that London have now an >>>


      IOC REPORT PRAISES LONDON GAMES BID
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      London‘s bid for the 2012 Olympic Games has been given a great boost after a generally–glowing report from IOC inspectors.

The IOC evaluation commission believe London 2012 will be able to deliver their promises on transport, venues, the environment and legacy.

It means that London has now >>>


      IT‘S NOT OVER, VOWS DALLAGLIO
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Ankle injury÷ The Lions knew it must have been serious for Dallaglio to be carried off on a stretcher Lawrence Dallaglio has dismissed fears his rugby career is over and vowed to be back playing by October after suffering a dislocated fracture of his right ankle during the Lions‘ victory over Bay of Plenty >>>


      JACKSON IN HOSPITAL WITH BAD BACK
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Frail÷ Michael Jackson Michael Jackson, who is awaiting a verdict in his child molestation trial, has been treated at a hospital near his Neverland estate for a relapse of a back problem, a spokeswoman has revealed.

Raymone Bain told reporters outside Cottage Hospital that Jackson, who had been sufferin >>>


      JACKSON SET TO SUE OVER BASHIR DOCUMENTARY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Michael Jackson plans a new life outside of America if he is cleared Michael Jackson is poised to sue the producers of the ITV documentary about him if he is cleared of child abuse charges.

The pop star has drawn up plans to sue television company Granada, which made the controversial 2003 show fronted by Mart >>>


      JESHMA SUSPECT ‘WON‘T RETURN TO UK‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The prime suspect in the rape and murder of A–Level student Jeshma Raithatha will not return from Latvia to Britain of his own free will, according to reports of an extradition hearing.

Viktors Dembovskis, 42, appeared at Preile District Court in south–east Latvia after being held under a European >>>


      JESHMA SUSPECT NOT WILLING TO RETURN TO UK
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Murdered÷ Jeshma Raithatha The prime suspect in the rape and murder of A–Level student Jeshma Raithatha will not return from Latvia to Britain of his own free will, according to reports of an extradition hearing.

Viktors Dembovskis, 42, appeared at Preile District Court in south–east Latvia >>>


      LAST–GASP WIN TOUGH FOR SMITH
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      England 3 Finland 2 Cameo hero Kelly Smith admitted she could barely watch as England‘s two–goal lead over Finland was cancelled out with a minute left before Karen Carney snatched a late winner in the hosts‘ opening game of Euro 2005.

Smith, the only English player to have played in the wome >>>


      LIVE 8 TICKET STAMPEDE STARTS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Bob Geldof÷ Tickets for Live 8 up for grabs Thousands of people are poised to win tickets to next month‘s Live 8 concert in Hyde Park today by answering a straightforward question.

Just 150,000 tickets are available for the concert where winners will get the chance to see the likes of Madonna, Rob >>>


      LIVERPOOL TO LEARN EURO FATE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Hope÷ Steven Gerrard expects to be playing in the Champions League with Liverpool next season Liverpool are expected to find out in the next two days if UEFA will allow them to defend the Champions League.

Rafael Benitez‘s side won Europe‘s finest club competition after a thrilling win again >>>


      LONDON ‘WITHIN STRIKING DISTANCE‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      London is now within "striking distance" of winning the chance to host the 2012 Olympics having closed the gap on favourites Paris, bid chairman Lord Coe said.

The London 2012 campaign received a massive boost as a crucial report from International Olympic Committee inspectors said London is capable >>>


      LONDON BID BOOSTED BUT PARIS STAYS FAVOURITE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      London 2012 chairman Lord Coe said÷ ‘This is a springboard for the next 30 days‘ London 2012 chairman Sebastian Coe has called the positive IOC report released today "a springboard for the next 30 days".

The International Olympic Committee‘s evaluation commission said London >>>


      LONG HOURS ‘STOP WORKERS TRAINING‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Workers are showing a "real hunger" to learn new skills but are often prevented from training because of stress, long hours or having to look after children, according to new research.

A survey of 1,000 people for the TUC showed that most wanted paid time off work to go on training courses, but one i >>>


      MANHUNT AFTER CAR BOOT BODY FIND
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Detectives were searching for a 32 year–old–man after discovering the body of a woman in the boot of an abandoned car.

Farik Farukh disappeared in late May – two days after his partner Inga Losiene, also 32, vanished.

Police said they believed that the body found in the boot of a car >>>


      MASSIVE RESPONSE TO LIVE 8 LOTTERY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      More than a million people have responded to Bob Geldof‘s call to change the world by backing a star–studded concert to help developing countries.

The Live 8 event in London‘s Hyde Park next month will feature stars such as Madonna, Robbie Williams and Sir Paul McCartney.

The concert >>>


      MILLIONS OF OAPS ‘LIVE IN POVERTY‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Millions of pensioners are malnourished, living below the poverty line and unable to afford to heat their homes in winter, according to new research.

The National Pensioners Convention (NPC) said an estimated 2.2 million older people, the equivalent of one in five pensioners, currently lived below the poverty >>>


      MONKEY SLINKS BACK AFTER WEEK ON THE RUN
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A moody monkey who escaped from a zoo after a spat with his father has returned after a week–long strop.

Kevin, a 3ft, black–furred and white–tailed Colobus monkey, went bananas last week with his father, going awol from the compound at Belfast Zoo.

But he returned, fit and well, aft >>>


      MY FAT TUMMY? I JUST TUCK IT IN MY JEANS, SAYS JOOLS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Jools Oliver÷ ‘It‘s natural to put on weight‘ With a chef for a husband, it is hardly surprising that Jools Oliver piled on the pounds while pregnant.

But unlike other celebrity mums she has refused to embark on a strict diet and exercise regime to regain her svelte figure.

In >>>


      NADAL BATTLES TO ROLAND GARROS GLORY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Natural fighter÷ Spanish star and French Open champion Rafael Nadal Spanish prodigy Rafael Nadal claimed he was "a natural fighter" after winning the French Open against unseeded Argentinian Mariano Puerta on Sunday.

Nadal, 1', became the first player since Mats Wilander in 1'82 to lif >>>


      NADAL FIGHTS TO ROLAND GARROS GLORY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Spanish prodigy Rafael Nadal claimed he was "a natural fighter" after winning the French Open against unseeded Argentinian Mariano Puerta on Sunday.

Nadal, 1', became the first player since Mats Wilander in 1'82 to lift the trophy on his Roland Garros debut after overcoming Puerta 6–7 ( >>>


      NADAL WINS FRENCH CROWN
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Rafael Nadal clinched his first grand slam crown with a thrilling victory over Mariano Puerta at the French Open.

Nadal lost the first set on the tie–break but battled back well to seal a 6–7 (6/8) 6–3 6–1 7–5 triumph in three hours and 24 minutes.

The 1'–year&n >>>


      NEW SUPERBUG ‘THREATENING THE NHS‘
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A new superbug, which has claimed the lives of 12 patients at one of Britain‘s leading specialist hospitals, is threatening the NHS.

A new virulent strain of of Clostridium difficile (CD) has infected more than 300 patients at Stoke Mandeville hospital in Buckinghamshire since 2003, according to the Inde >>>


      NEW SUPERBUG MORE DEADLY THAN MRSA
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A new superbug, which has claimed the lives of 12 patients at one of Britain‘s leading specialist hospitals, is threatening the NHS, it has been reported.

A new virulent strain of of Clostridium difficile (CD) has infected more than 300 patients at Stoke Mandeville hospital in Buckinghamshire since 2003, >>>


      PAY–AS–YOU–DRIVE PLANS REVEALED
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The road–charging revolution has come a step closer after Transport Secretary Alistair Darling announced plans to beat the threat of national gridlock.

He confirmed he was looking into introducing a road pricing scheme which would see motorists charged for the journeys they made instead of paying road an >>>


      PM‘S WARNING OVER BUSH TALKS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Tony Blair has sought to dampen expectations ahead of crucial talks with US President George Bush.

The Prime Minister is flying to Washington to seek American backing for his African aid plan.

Mr Blair has made the development programme and action on global warming his priorities for the G8 summit nex >>>


      PRESCOTT TO NAME NEW HOMES SITES
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott is to announce the release of more land to build cheap new homes for first time buyers.

Mr Prescott will name three more sites for development under the Government‘s challenge to housebuilders to design a home for construction costs of around 60,000.

He will a >>>


      QUEEN DROPS HOLIDAY OVER G8 MARCHES
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      The Queen has scrapped her annual July holiday plans in Scotland because of the G8 protest marches, Buckingham Palace said.

She has decided to cancel her week‘s holiday at Holyroodhouse because of two big MakePovertyHistory marches in Edinburgh, which are expected to attract hundreds of thousands of peop >>>


      RACHEL‘S WEISZ GUY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Perfect match÷ Rachel Weisz and Darren Aronofsky She once joked that she moved between lovers as often as from film to film, having a string of relationships with a variety of ill–suited men.

From her student love affair with a fellow Cambridge Footlights star, actor Ben Miller, to Hollywood direc >>>


      RACHEL GETS FRUITY TO HIGHLIGHT MEN‘S HEALTH
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Fruity÷ Rachel launches men‘s health campaign Pop star Rachel Stevens has helped to launch a raunchy new advert in efforts to get men to pay more attention to their health.

The advert – which can be viewed at www.rachelgetsfruity.com – aims to encourage men to check their testicles reg >>>


      RISE OF THE CLONE TOWNS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Bland÷ British high streets are all too similar Britain‘s urban areas are turning into bland "clone towns" dominated by chain stores, a new report says.

Towns and cities once thrived with locally–owned businesses such as bakers and butchers, chemists and boutiques, but today only a >>>


      RUSEDSKI FINDS FORM AT QUEEN‘S
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Greg Rusedski got his Wimbledon preparations back on track with a straightforward victory over fellow Briton Josh Goodall in the Stella Artois Championship.

Rusedski, surprisingly beaten in the first round of the Surbiton Trophy last week, needed just 53 minutes to complete a 6–3 6–4 victory at Que >>>


      SASKIA SPIES ON MAX‘S DIARY ROOM CONFESSIONS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Secret mission÷ Saskia will spy on Max Evil Big Brother intrigue could snuff out or fan the sparks which have been flying between Saskia and Maxwell.

Saskia jumped at the opportunity to find out what flirty Maxwell really thinks by eavesdropping on him in the Diary Room.

The 23–year&ndash >>>


      SOUNESS DENIES FA DISREPUTE CHARGE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Newcastle boss Graeme Souness has denied an FA charge of bringing the game into disrepute after launching a furious attack on referee Barry Knight.

Souness had until Monday to respond to the allegation of "a breach of FA Rule E3 for a failure to act in the best interests of the game and/or having brought >>>


      SPURS PONDER COMPLAINT OVER ARNESEN
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Tottenham insist they are still debating whether to make an official complaint to the Premier League over the alleged tapping–up of sporting director Frank Arnesen by Barclays Premiership champions Chelsea Arnesen was suspended by Spurs at the weekend and White Hart Lane officials are still no nearer to making a >>>


      SPURS READY COMPLAINT OVER FRANK APPROACH
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Suspended÷ Arnesen is reported to be keen to join London rivals Chelsea Tottenham are poised to lodge an official complaint with the Premier League today as the alleged tapping–up of sporting director Frank Arnesen by Chelsea follows the row over Arsenal‘s Ashley Cole.

Arnesen has been suspe >>>


      STRAW TO AXE EU REFERENDUM
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Foreign Secretary Jack Straw is preparing to sound the death knell for the planned EU constitution, with the announcement that Britain‘s plans for a referendum to approve the treaty are to be put on hold.

Mr Straw is expected to tell MPs in a Commons statement that the Government‘s Referendum Bill >>>


      SUGAR AND SPICE...THAT‘S WHAT BOYS ARE MADE OF?
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Favourite÷ Boys like more unhealthy foods than girls Children show no signs of breaking with an age–old tradition – they are still refusing to eat their greens.

Despite the best efforts of campaigners, including celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, to encourage youngsters to eat more fruit and veget >>>


      THE POSH AND BECKS SHOW
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      More showbiz galleries Talk showbiz!

Chat about the soaps here! Talk about Big Brother! Which celebrities do you love to hate? Talk about it here Have your say Do you want to see the Spice Girls play at Live 8?

More polls» The Posh and Becks show 08÷3'am 6th June 2005 Brand Beckham&di >>>


      THE RIVALS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Moment of dread÷ William seemed embarrassed and awkward with his current girlfriend and old flame present It was the moment every man dreads as two of Prince William‘s girlfriends came face to face at the wedding of his best chum.

As well as his current girlfriend Kate Middleton, William‘s o >>>


      TWO CHARGED OVER POTTER BOOK THEFT
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Two men charged with stealing two copies of the latest Harry Potter novel will appear in court next week on theft and firearms charges, police said.

The two men – aged 1' and 37 – were charged after an armed police operation to recover the books.

Both were released on police bail until >>>


      UNITED AGREE VAN DER SAR DEAL
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Manchester United have reached agreement with Fulham to sign goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar.

The Holland international has agreed a two–year contract at Old Trafford and will undergo a medical after returning from international duty.

Van der Sar had been linked with a move to United in January but >>>


      WEALTHY WOMEN ON THE UP
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Women are becoming wealthier through work The number of wealthy women in Britain is increasing, with rich females now collectively owning assets worth 2'2.88billion, research showed today.

An estimated 360,000 women are now worth more than half a million pounds, having an average of 7'8,000 each, accor >>>


      WHAT WILL YOU WIN WITH YOUR MILLIONAIRE‘S LUCKY WALLET?
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      There are two prizes awaiting you in your Millionaire‘s Lucky Wallet. Yours is in Weekend magazine on page 21. Yes – two prizes are guaranteed inside every wallet so make sure you open yours now. And don‘t forget to get the Mail on Sunday and next weekend‘s Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday – >>>


      YOU‘LL NEED A YEAR OFF, KYLIE TOLD BY DOCTORS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Recovery÷ Kylie, who had to cut short her Showgirl tour, is recuperating in Australia Kylie Minogue will vanish from the public eye for up to a year as she battles breast cancer.

The singer will have six months of intensive therapy and will then need a further six to recuperate.

Initially docto >>>


      HOW SYNTHETIC PHONICS WORKS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Synthetic phonics has been described as a "back to basics" way of teaching children to read and it will be the focus of the Government‘s literacy review.

The system teaches pupils to recognise the sounds of individual letters, and then blends of letters such as "sh", "th" an >>>


      36 KILLED AS LANDMINE EXPLODES UNDER NEPAL BUS
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A landmine has exploded under a packed commuter bus in southern Nepal, killing 36 passengers and wounding 72 in one of the worst attacks on civilians since a Maoist rebellion erupted in 1''6.

The rebels, who are fighting to topple the monarch and establish one–party communist rule in the poor Him >>>


      EARTHQUAKE SHAKES TURKEY
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      A strong earthquake has rattled eastern Turkey, slightly injuring 37 people and causing some damage to buildings, officials said.

The quake measured 5.7 on the Richter scale and struck at 10.41am (8.41am UK time), said the Kandilli observatory in Istanbul. Its epicentre was in Karliova in Bingol province.
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      KOSOVO POLICE TAKE OVER FLASHPOINT BRIDGE
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Nato peacekeepers in Kosovo‘s divided city of Mitrovica have returned control of its main bridge to the province‘s multi–ethnic police force, the first time since clashes there last year sparked Kosovo–wide riots.

French soldiers withdrew from the bridge over the Ibar River dividing the >>>


      NEW FRENCH PM AFTER CHIRAC‘S EU DEFEAT
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      Non÷ Chirac bruised by referendum vote French President Jacques Chirac has named loyalist Dominique de Villepin as his new prime minister in a shake–up of the government following his crushing defeat over the European Union‘s constitution.

Villepin replaces Jean–Pierre Raffarin, who wa >>>


      RUMSFELD PLAYS DOWN SNAP DECISION ON N KOREA
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld has played down the possibility of a quick decision to take the North Korea nuclear issue to the United Nations Security Council.

His comments sowed further confusion over America‘s handling of the crisis a day after a senior Pentagon official said the United States w >>>


      US TROOPS FIND HUGE INSURGENT BUNKER IN IRAQ
      The Daily Mail, 06-06-2005
      American troops in Iraq US troops have discovered a huge insurgent bunker complex dug into a quarry in western Iraq, with air conditioning, showers and a large stockpile of weapons, the American military said.

The Marines said the complex was 170m (550ft) wide and 275m ('02ft) long, making it one of the bi >>>


      200 ISRAELIS STRANDED IN BOLIVIA
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      At least 200 Israeli backpackers are stranded in Bolivia after riots that erupted in the South American country three weeks ago have taken a turn for the worse.

According to Israel Radio, most Israelis are in the capital La Paz, but they cannot leave the country since airports, bus and train services are not o >>>


      AIR FORCE ACADEMY CHIEF ACKNOWLEDGES RELIGIOUS INTOLERANCE
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      BROOMFIELD, Colorado The superintendent of the Air Force Academy acknowledged to leaders of a national Jewish group that religious intolerance permeates the military school.

"As a commander, I know I have problems in my cadet wing," Lt. Gen. John Rosa said Friday at a meeting of the Anti–Defama >>>


      ANALYSIS÷ WAR ON CRIME REDUX
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      On December 14, 2003, following a botched assassination attempt on the life of underworld kingpin Ze‘ev Rosenstein which claimed the lives of three innocent bystanders, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon appointed then internal security minister Tzahi Hanegbi to head a ministerial committee assigned with tackling the gr >>>


      ASSAD URGES REFORM IN SYRIA
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      DAMASCUS President Bashar Assad opened a conference of the ruling Ba‘ath Party on Monday by urging its members to focus on reform of the Syrian economy and fighting corruption.

"The economic situation and improving living standards represent a priority for us," Assad told the gathering.

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      FATAH GUNMEN STORM PA OFFICES
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      A group of Fatah gunmen on Sunday attacked the headquarters of the Palestinian Authority security forces in Nablus, demanding that PA chairman Mahmoud Abbas provide them with jobs and salaries.

The gunmen also attacked the offices of the PA Interior Ministry in the city and forced employees to leave.

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      HIZBULLAH EXPECTS TO DO WELL IN POLLS
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      BINT JBEIL, Lebanon Citizens who came to polling stations in southern Lebanon on Sunday expressed strong support for Hizbullah, the guerrilla group that fought Israel during an 18–year occupation and is now facing international pressure to disarm.

Hizbullah, labeled a terrorist organization by Washington >>>


      LIKUD REBELS START ANTI–PULLOUT CAMPAIGN
      The Jerusalem Post, 06-06-2005
      The Likud rebels launched a last–ditch effort on Sunday to convince a majority of the public to oppose Prime Minister Ariel Sharon‘s disengagement plan.

The campaign will feature orange and white banners on 1000 busses, in newspapers, Internet sites and flyers sent to a million homes bearing the sl >>>



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