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29/10/2007 - 00:52

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Scandal in Buckingham Palace about an alleged "sex and drugs" blackmail plot targeting a member of the royal family - Growth of our population is unsustainable, says Cameron - Lewis storms to top of British charts.

Palace silent on blackmail plot - Scandal in Buckingham Palace (guardian.co.uk)
By a report in The Sunday Times: the alleged blackmailers first contacted the royal's aides on August 2. One of the two men claimed to have video footage suggesting that a royal aide had in his possession an envelope containing cocaine supplied by a royal. It was also alleged during the conversation that a video tape existed indicating that an aide had performed oral sex on the royal.

Growth of our population is unsustainable, says Cameron (timesonline.co.uk)
Mr Cameron will say the country faces a choice. “Some people argue that the demographic changes I’ve talked about are just an inevitable part of the modern world and that policy-makers had better get used to it. This assumes that we can’t do much about family failure, we can’t get significant numbers of people off benefits and into work, and that we use immigration to deal with our capacity shortages.

Lewis storms to top of British charts (uk.reuters.com)
"The sales are incredible," said X-Factor judge Simon Cowell -- whose record label SyCo Music, which is part of Sony BMG -- released "Bleeding Love". Last week's number one "About You Now" by all-girl band the Sugababes dropped to four, while troubled U.S. singer Britney Spears' comeback single "Gimme More" was another faller, slipping to six from three.

NASA ponders space station power problem (ca.today.reuters.com)
Two spacewalking astronauts on Sunday found metal shavings inside a huge gear that spins a pair of the International Space Station's solar wing panels, raising concerns about power supplies and the long-term health of the orbital outpost.

Iran says documents show U.S. backing "terrorists" (ca.today.reuters.com)
has access to evidence of U.S. support for terrorist groups in the Middle East, a senior Iranian official was quoted as saying on Sunday. Iran's new chief nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, made the allegation in comments to visiting Turkish Foreign Minister Ali Babacan, whose country may soon send troops to hunt down Kurdish guerrillas in northern Iraq.

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