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31/10/2007 - 22:48

Editoweb: UK today, 31 oct 2007

Heather Mills told GMTV that media pressure had pushed her to the brink of suicide - Saudi Arabia's king has met Britain's prime minister to discuss the Middle East peace process - Abortion laws 'should be relaxed' - Paparazzi won't be forced to testify at Diana inquest - A researchers found "convincing" evidence that excess body fat could cause six different types of common cancers.



Saudi king meets British PM (aljareera.net)
Saudi Arabia's king has met Britain's prime minister to discuss the Middle East peace process as part of his controversial visit to the European country.
"I am confident we will find from the government of your majesty every help to end the tragedy suffered by our Palestinian brethren through genuine peace that can protect the rights of all parties," Abdullah said during a banquet hosted by Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.

Abortion laws 'should be relaxed' (epolitix.com)
The Commons science and technology committee said in a report on Wednesday that the need for two doctors to approve a procedure should be scrapped so that terminations can take place earlier.
And the report recommended that the maximum time limit for an abortion does not need to be reduced from the current position of the 24th week of pregnancy.

Paparazzi won't be forced to testify at Diana inquest (dailynews.com)
France will not force paparazzi who were at the scene of the crash that killed Princess Diana to testify at the inquest into her death. France will not force paparazzi who were at the scene of the crash that killed Princess Diana to testify at the inquest into her death.

Heather Mills cries on TV as she attacks media (timesonline.co.)
Sir Paul McCartney’s estranged wife compared herself to Diana, Princess of Wales in a tearful television interview this morning in which she accused the media of running a hate campaign against her. "Look what they’re doing to the McCanns," she said in an interview with Fiona Phillips and Andrew Castle. "The woman and the poor father have lost their daughter. What are we doing as a nation? What are we doing persecuting a woman that is devastated behind closed doors and trying to hold it together as I have for eighteen months. What did the paparazzi do to Diana? They chased her and they killed her."

Study finds strong obesity cancer link guardian.co.uk
Everyone should aim to be as slim as possible without being underweight, the World Cancer Research Fund study said. Its analysis of 40 years of international research into the links between lifestyle and cancer also advised that people should not eat processed meat such as ham and bacon, should gain no weight after 21 years of age, and should avoid drinking alcohol.


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