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Cornwall councillor Collin Brewer, has resigned for a second time in less than six months over comments he made about the disabled

Councillor quits AGAIN after comparing disabled children to the treatment of deformed lambs

He resigned in 2011 after saying that 'disabled children should be put down' 

Diageo deal opens route to growing Indian market

Diageo's new chief executive, less than a week into the job, was yesterday toasting the drinks giant's success in taking a controlling stake in the Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya's United Spirits group.

British firms rapped over virtually identical responses to consultations over reforms to way they are governed

Shareholder voting advisor Pirc has attacked British companies for producing virtually identical responses to consultations on a series of crucial reforms to the way they are governed.

SABMiller’s Graham Mackay bags £14m

Graham Mackay, the former chief executive of SABMiller, pocketed total pay of nearly £14 million last year after a lucrative share scheme paid up.

Vulnerable witnesses to pre-record testimony to avoid trauma in court

Move follows death of Frances Andrade who killed herself after testifying against former music teacher Michael Brewer

Greater Manchester Police has more senior officers fighting child sexual exploitation than gun crime

Britain's second largest police force is deploying more senior officers to fight child sexual exploitation than it is against violent gun crime.

Collin Brewer

'Disabled children should be put down': Cornwall councillor Collin Brewer to be investigated by police over controversial comments

Brewer apologised and resigned earlier this year after his comments but was re-elected earlier this month

Diageo’s outgoing chief executive, Paul Walsh, with some of the company’s products

Paul Walsh calls time on Diageo: Outgoing boss will leave the global drinks giant in high spirits

Ivan Menezes celebrated his success landing the job as boss of the world's biggest drinks company, Diageo, with a glass of Johnnie Walker Blue Label whisky on the flight from London to New York. The promotion of the chief operating officer and company insider didn't scare the horses in the City as the shares barely twitched. But as he sipped the £130 liquor on the plane Mr Menezes might well have pondered the shoes he will have to fill when Paul Walsh, the FTSE 100's third longest-serving boss, departs.

SAB shuffles board after Graham Mackay's tumour diagnosis

SABMiller moved forward the appointment of its new chief executive as it revealed that its executive chairman, Graham Mackay, has been diagnosed with a brain tumour and underwent surgery earlier this week.

Pc corrects her father: damages claim WILL go ahead after trip at suspected break-in garage

A police officer is going ahead with legal action against a petrol station owner after she tripped on a kerb while attending a suspected break-in, despite her father saying she planned to drop it.

Michael Brewer and his former wife Kay Brewer who were convicted of indecently assaulting a former music student

Chetham school choirmaster Michael Brewer jailed for six years for sex abuse of former pupil

Victim, who was also assaulted by Brewer's former wife, killed herself during trial

Cornwall councillor Collin Brewer resigns over saying disabled children should be 'put down'

Mr Brewer says it is unlikely he would run as a candidate in May elections

Councillor sorry for disabled cull call

A Cornwall councillor who said disabled children "should be put down" to save taxpayers' money has apologised, but refused to resign.

US beer-maker sued over booze content

The world’s largest brewer has been accused of watering down beers, including Budweiser and Michelob, in lawsuits that seek millions of dollars in damages.

Councillor refuses to resign after telling campaigners that disabled children 'should be put down'

Collin Brewer has apologised after being ordered to do so

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