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Thursday 21 July 2011
A former News of the World assistant editor near the top of a list of people that detectives from the hacking inquiry want to speak to has been found living off the fig tree-lined avenues of Palm Beach, Florida.
Tuesday 19 July 2011
The leader of the country's biggest trade union has expressed shock at a six-figure severance payment to one of his predecessors.
Friday 06 May 2011
Jackie Cooper was one of Hollywood's most popular child stars, winning an Oscar nomination as best actor in 1931. He was particularly famous for the films he made with Wallace Beery, notably The Champ (1931) and Treasure Island (1934), in which he was Jim Hawkins to Beery's Long John Silver. With his pouting lower lip ever ready to quiver, his mischievous twinkle, his tousled blonde hair and his ability to cry on cue, he became a major box-office attraction. "He was everybody's little kid," the MGM contract player Ann Rutherford said. "There was just something about him you wanted to go, 'Ohh,' and help him."
Thursday 07 April 2011
Rolls-Royce and Daimler have launched an official €3.2bn (£3.4bn) bid for diesel-engine maker Tognum, yet investors were hoping for more after rumours of the pending deal emerged last month.
Wednesday 16 March 2011
A founding member of the Electric Light Orchestra died when a 63-stone bale of silage rolled 200 feet down a field and landed on his moving car in Devon.
Monday 20 December 2010
Tuesday 09 November 2010
It was an American cartoonist in the 1920s who coined the phrase: "What a way to run a railroad." It is an expression which has, sadly, never gone out of fashion, as yesterday's report of the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee shows. It predicts a future of fare rises, overcrowding, under-staffing and poor maintenance.
Wednesday 03 November 2010
Saturday 23 October 2010
A teacher who constantly left his pupils' books at home or in his car has become the first to be banned from the classroom for life because of incompetence.
Tuesday 05 October 2010
A waste and recycling company was today fined £225,000 after a worker was killed in a vehicle collision while collecting litter from a busy road.
Thursday 22 April 2010
Friday 26 March 2010
Thursday 25 March 2010
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) was under mounting pressure last night to reopen the file on a police firearms expert who shot dead a fellow officer at point blank range. It came after an inquest jury returned a majority verdict of unlawful killing over the “cops and robbers” training exercise in which Pc Ian Terry died while playing the part of a criminal escaping from police in a suspect car.
Thursday 25 March 2010
A police officer who was shot dead during a botched "cops and robbers" training exercise was unlawful killed, an inquest jury ruled today.
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