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22/12/2007 - 23:56

UK today, Editoweb 22 dec 2007


Blair converts to Catholicism - MPs set for 10% rise in three years - Second Body Found After Flying Phantom Tug Sinks On Clyde - Two arrested after 'racist murder' - Fog worsens holidaymakers` delays.



Blair converts to Catholicism
Former prime minister Tony Blair has converted from Anglicanism to Roman Catholicism, the head of Britain's Catholics said on Saturday.
Blair, whose wife and four children are Catholic, was received into the Catholic Church by Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor on Friday in a move that had been widely expected after he stepped down from power in June.

MPs set for 10% rise in three years
MPs are in line for a series of above-inflation pay rises which will boost their salaries by almost 10% over the next three years, it was claimed.
The Senior Salaries Review Body (SSRB) is said to have recommended an increase in MPs' pay from £60,675 at present to about £66,500 in 2011.

Second Body Found After Flying Phantom Tug Sinks On Clyde
The body has been recovered of another member of the crew of a tug which capsized in thick fog on the River Clyde.
Strathclyde police say the victim was 57-year-old Eric Blackley.
The body of fellow crew member Robert Cameron, 65, was found on Friday night while a third man, skipper Stephen Humphreys, 33, is still missing.

Two arrested after 'racist murder'
wo teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of murder after an Asian man died in a racist attack.
The victim, aged 28, was beaten to death near a Labour Club in Bolton, Greater Manchester.
He was found collapsed behind the Derby Ward Labour Club in Deane.

Fog worsens holidaymakers` delays
Passengers hoping to make a Christmas getaway endured further delays in the disruption caused by overnight fog.
Thousands of travellers were left stranded on Friday night as poor visibility prevented planes from taking off from Gatwick and Southampton airports while incoming flights had to be diverted away from both Stansted and City.

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