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WatchPhilipsannounces13bneurosloss
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 9:13 AM
The new chief executive of Philips is accelerating his turnaround plan after the Dutch electronics firm posted a surprise net loss of 1.3bn euros ($1.83bn; £1.13bn) for the second quarter.Frans van Houten blamed the poor figure on weak markets and write-downs of the value of its lighting and heal...
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PlayMPsmayberecalledoverhacking
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 9:13 AM
David Cameron has said the Commons is likely to be recalled on Wednesday in order to consider the latest developments in the phone-hacking scandal.The prime minister was asked about phone hacking at a joint news conference in South Africa with President Jacob Zuma.Mr Cameron also said he wanted t...
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PlayPoliceinvestigateRealIRArally
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 9:13 AM
Police have said an investigation is under way into a rally at a Londonderry cemetery on Monday at which masked Real IRA members read out a statement.The dissidents threatened to kill more police officers.Superintendent Chris Yates said police had decided to "run a low key operational response to...
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WatchSickiescostUK03932bnayear039
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 7:02 AM
One in three people who take time off work admit to lying about their reasons, according to a new report.Jon Andrews, partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, said the cost to UK business was up to £32bn a year.
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AUDIOKayakingfromShetlandtoNorway
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 6:18 AM
Three adventurers have set off in kayaks from Shetland on the first leg of a journey to Norway.
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AUDIOArmstrongtweetsDornochbikeride
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 6:18 AM
Hundreds of people take part in a bike ride in Dornoch following Lance Armstrong’s open invitation on twitter.
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AUDIOScotlandpoisedforspaceexploration
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 6:18 AM
Strathclyde University has launched a new research centre dedicated to revolutionising the future of high speed air and space travel.
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WatchAppealformobilesignalsmaphelp
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:57 AM
Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones explains an ambitious BBC project which aims to map mobile coverage across the UK.Members of the public can download an app which will record the signal on their phone and feed the data back to the research project.The aim is to plot the findings on a ma...
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Watch039Catnav039tostudypetbehaviour
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:57 AM
Scientists have been using special miniature cameras and a GPS system, nicknamed 'cat-nav' to learn more about the behaviour of cats.The new study reveals what our pets really get up to when they go out on their own. Cat owner, Jim Fowler explains to BBC News that it was interesting to...
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WatchBrittanyinbattleagainstalgae
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:57 AM
Workers have been trying to clear tonnes of toxic seaweed which have accumulated on beaches in Brittany in France.As well as being hazardous to health, the problem has had a negative impact on tourism.The BBC’s Hugh Schofield reports.
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WatchFrancomemorialopensfreshwounds
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:57 AM
Almost four decades since the death of General Francisco Franco, the biggest monument to his dictatorship still towers over modern Spain.The government is now calling for an expert commission to suggest changes to the site, including the possible removal of the remains of Franco himself.The BBC’...
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WatchHabsburgheartburiedinHungary
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:57 AM
It is the end of an era in Hungary as the heart of the last heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Otto von Habsburg, has been buried in an abbey near Budapest.The funeral of the last crown prince took place on Saturday in the Austrian capital, Vienna, where his body was buried alongside those of ...
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From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:57 AM
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From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 5:13 AM
The Home Secretary Theresa May says she is "sincerely sorry" over the decision by Sir Paul Stephenson to step down from his post and has told BBC News she '"didn’t play a part in it".
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WatchMetchiefresignsinhackingrow
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 4:51 AM
Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has resigned as the phone hacking scandal continues to widen.He faced criticism for hiring former News of the World executive Neil Wallis, who has been questioned by police investigating hacking, as an adviser.His resignation came shortly afte...
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WatchPainkillers039aiddementiacare039
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 3:46 AM
Doctors in Norway have found that simple painkillers such as paracetamol may substantially reduce some of the most distressing symptoms of dementia.Doctors studied patients with dementia and found they were less agitated and aggressive when they were given painkillers, instead of strong anti-psy...
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From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 3:46 AM
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PlayLibyanrebelscraftweaponsinMisrata
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 3:46 AM
Rebels in the Libyan city of Misrata face an ongoing struggle against Col Gaddafi’s forces, with the city itself is still surrounded by enemy soldiers on one side and the sea on the other.Their morale is high, but Gaddafi's troops are far better equipped so the rebels are having to be creat...
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PlayRadicaloverhaulforArmedForces
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 3:46 AM
The government is expected to confirm a sizeable cut in the regular Army, as part of a radical overhaul of the armed forces.Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox has pledged a build-up of reservists to around 38,000, following a model used in the US and Australia.The Army would be reduced from its prese...
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VIDEOBehindthewheelofaGT4racecar
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 1:57 AM
Chris Partridge has now been trying out one of the racing cars ahead of his own race in the GT4 series later this summer.
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