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24/11/2007 - 23:58

Editoweb: UK today, 24 nov 2007


Australia's Rudd leads Labour to election win - Brown eyes imminent world trade deal - Drink education for youngsters - Two further breaches embarrass Government -



Australia's Rudd leads Labour to election win
Australia's Labour leader Kevin Rudd, a Mandarin speaking former diplomat, swept into power at a national election on Saturday on a wave of support for generational change, ending 11 years of conservative rule.
"Today Australia has looked to the future," Rudd, flanked by his wife Therese and family, told jubilant supporters. "I will be a prime minister for all Australians."

Brown eyes imminent world trade deal
A world trade deal and reform of global financial institutions could help ease the impact of an expected economic downturn next year, Prime Minister Gordon Brown said Saturday.
Speaking on the sidelines of the Commonwealth leaders' summit in Uganda, Brown told reporters he believed movement to unblock the stalled talks was "possible... probably during January" next year.
"What divides the different groupings is small enough for there to be a realistic prospect of there being a trade deal," he said at the leaders' retreat on the shores of Lake Victoria.

Drink education for youngsters
New government guidelines on alcohol education will recommend giving children as young as five lessons on the dangers of drinking.
The final draft of guidance on reducing underage drinking through school-based programmes will not be published by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) until next week.
But a newspaper reported that the body will urge the inclusion of alcohol education in science lessons and as part of the personal, social and health education sessions which children start at the age of five.

Two further breaches embarrass Government
Two more cases of lost confidential information have emerged as police continue to search for discs containing detailed financial records of 25 million people.
Customs officials confirmed that a separate incident of six discs containing recordings of phone conversations between tax credit claimants and an Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) helpline are lost in transit.
HMRC revealed that the breach occurred when the batch of discs was lost in the post on October 10 in transit from a tax credit office in Preston to its Whitehall HQ in London.

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