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19/10/2007 - 19:45

Editoweb: U.K News today, 19 october 2007

PM: promises debate, not referendum on Europe's new reform treaty - British economy bounds ahead in third - quarter - The singer Amy Winehouse arrested after drugs found in hotel - Injections to boost fertility may be waste of time, experts warn - Pope Benedict XVI may visit Northern Ireland, according to a leading Irish clergyman.



Editoweb: U.K News today, 19 october 2007
PM: his red lines are secured (The Gaurdian)
Prime Minister Gordon Brown promised the "fullest parliamentary debate" on Europe's new reform treaty - but categorically ruled out a referendum because the summit deal secured his "red lines".

Stronger-tahn-expected British Growth (Reuters)
The Office of National Statistics' first estimate showed the economy grew at an annual rate of 3.3 percent in the third quarter, up from 3.1 percent the previous quarter and the fastest rate in more than three years.

Singer Amy Winehouse has been arrested (The Independent)
Troubled singer Amy Winehouse and her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, have been held overnight by police in Norway for drug possession, it was confirmed today.
The couple were arrested with an unnamed British man at a hotel room in the southern city of Bergen, where they were found with 7g (0.25oz) of marijuana, prosecutors in the city said.

Injections to boost fertility may be waste of time, experts warn (The Gaurdian)
Fertility-boosting injections given to thousands of British women each year may be a waste of time and money and put mothers and babies at risk, experts said yesterday. The injections stimulate the ovaries to overproduce eggs, and so increase a woman's chances of pregnancy. But they also have significant side-effects, including headaches, abdominal pain and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome, which is rarely serious but in exceptional cases can be fatal.

Pope 'may visit Northern Ireland' (BBC news)
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said he interpreted the choice of Sean Brady as cardinal as an indication the pope wants to visit Northern Ireland. He said such a visit would have "the symbolic meaning of ending an era of our history and opening to something new, north and south". Dr Brady, the Archbishop of Armagh, was one of 24 cardinals named on Wednesday.


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