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VIDEOHospitaldeathsprobecontinues
From: BBC News on Mon, Jul 18 2011 3:04 AM
Police investigating the suspicious deaths of three hospital patients in Stockport say they are planning to talk to at least eleven other people who may have had their medication tampered with.
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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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From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 10:17 PM
National newspapers are running a full-page advert with a signed apology from Rupert Murdoch over "serious wrongdoing" by the News of the World.Lord Prescott, whose own phone was allegedly hacked, told BBC Breakfast he believes Mr Murdoch’s apology is not enough and he is "a man desperately tryi...
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WatchMPswarnofprematureAfghanwithdrawal
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 9:11 PM
A group of MPs has strongly criticised the way British troops were first deployed to Afghanistan.Members of the Defence Select Committee also warned against any premature withdrawal saying that pulling out any more than a few hundred support troops could dangerously weaken the remaining forces.Th...
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PlayMetPolicechiefstatementinfull
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 9:10 PM
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has resigned following the phone hacking scandal.Britain’s most senior police officer has faced criticism for hiring former News of the World executive Neil Wallis - who was questioned by police investigating hacking - as an adviser.Sir Pau...
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WatchWhowonTheApprentice
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 8:05 PM
Tom Pellereau has been crowned the winner of the seventh season of BBC One’s The Apprentice.He beat finalists Jim Eastwood, Susan Ma and Helen Milligan to be hired by judge Lord Sugar.The inventor will receive a £250,000 investment from the Amstrad boss to start or expand their own business.
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WatchMetropolitanPolicechiefresigns
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 3:58 PM
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson has announced his resignation following the phone hacking scandal."I have taken this decision as a consequence of the ongoing speculation and accusations relating to the Met’s links with News International at a senior level and in particula...
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PlayNatoAfghanareaHakahandover
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 3:58 PM
Nato has handed over control of the central Afghan province of Bamiyan to Afghan security forces.It is the first of seven areas to be passed to local forces under a plan announced by President Karzai in March.New Zealand troops performed the traditional Maori Haka as part of the handover ceremony.
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PlayAnthonyfreedaftermurderacquittal
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 2:55 PM
US single mother Casey Anthony has been released from jail after being acquitted earlier this month of her two-year-old daughter’s murder in 2008.However, she was sentenced to four years in prison for lying to police investigating the death.She was given credit for time already served before the...
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Committeewillnotbealynchmob
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 1:19 PM
The chairman of the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee, John Whittingdale, says that the hacking investigastion must be calm and detailed.
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RoyalInternationalAirTattoodisplayswowSundaycrowds
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 1:19 PM
Impressive displays in the air and on the ground wow thousands of air tattoo spectators on Sunday at RAF Fairford.
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PhonehackingNickCleggonpublicconfidence
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 1:19 PM
Phone hacking allegations against the News of the World have led to "a major crisis in public confidence in yet another pillar of the establishment" Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said.
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PhonehackingJohnWhittingdaleonMurdochsandBrooks
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 1:19 PM
The Commons Committee on Culture and Media chairman explained what might have happened if Rupert and James Murdoch had continued to refuse to appear before MPs.
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WatchBritsbuildMidEasticecreamempire
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 10:33 AM
Two British businessmen have spotted a gap in the market and launched the UAE’s first mobile ice cream service to serve spectators at sports games.The firm now has five vans and has expanded into neighbouring Abu Dhabi.Desert Chill's co-owners have been speaking to Middle East Business Repor...
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WatchNewsInternationaloffersnewapology
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 4:19 AM
News International has published advertisements in its own as well as other newspapers apologising for the phone hacking scandal.In the full page features the news giant promised to co-operate fully with British police, compensate those affected and prevent abuses from occurring in future.The BB...
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WatchObamaDalaiLamameetangersChina
From: BBC News on Sun, Jul 17 2011 2:09 AM
China has responded angrily to a meeting between US President Barack Obama and Tibet’s exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama.The Chinese foreign ministry described the meeting in Washington as a gross interference in China's internal affairs.The White House said the talks underscored Pres...
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PlayLastAustroHungarianheirmourned
From: BBC News on Sat, Jul 16 2011 7:52 PM
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WatchDaneswedundergroundinItaly
From: BBC News on Sat, Jul 16 2011 6:46 PM
A Danish couple have married in a cave, 50m (160 ft) under the Italian valley of Monte Cucco.Anette Kristiansen and Boskov Saerkjaer’s idea of a dream wedding was in the cathedral hall of Umbria's famed Grotta di Monte Cucco.Guests wore hard hats during the ceremony while the bride wore a w...
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From: BBC News on Sat, Jul 16 2011 3:26 PM
The funeral of the last heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Otto von Habsburg, has taken place in the Austrian capital Vienna.European royals and political leaders, many from nations that his family ruled over, attended the service.The body of the last crown prince was buried in the Imperial cr...
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VIDEOSyrianoppositionmeetsinIstanbul
From: BBC News on Sat, Jul 16 2011 12:14 PM
Dozens of Syrian opposition figures are meeting in the Turkish city of Istanbul, aiming to create a unified opposition to President Bashar al-Assad’s government.
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