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07/11/2007 - 23:38

Editoweb: Uk today 7 nov 2007

London Assembly has 'no confidence' in Ian Blair - 'Army Logistics Failure' Led To Soldier's Death - A witness has described how a man whose body was found in the embers of a bonfire was the victim of a "happy slapping" gang - Britain urges Pakistan poll date, warns over aid - Diana inquest to hear paparazzi despite French snub.



London Assembly has 'no confidence' in Ian Blair (politics.co.uk)
Sir Ian Blair loses no confidence vote
The London Assembly has passed a vote of no confidence in the Met commissioner Sir Ian Blair, placing further pressure on him to resign or for the Met to replace him.
Conservative members in the assembly brought a vote of no confidence against the commissioner after their leader Richard Barnes said "very serious questions" had arisen over his leadership.

'Army Logistics Failure' Led To Soldier's Death (4rfv.co.uk)
Ms Lynch, assistant deputy coroner for Oxfordshire, branded the army's supply chain as "chaotic and lacking in clarity".
Speaking after the inquest, Fusilier Gentle's mother Rose, 43, from Glasgow, said that justice had been done. She said: "They have deprived me of a beautiful son and two sisters of a beautiful brother. "I'm proud of Gordon, but disgusted by the way he's been treated."

A witness has described how a man whose body was found in the embers of a bonfire was the victim of a "happy slapping" gang. (Yahoo news)
Police said they are "keeping an open mind" about reports that Stephen Croft was attacked by youths who filmed themselves on mobile phones as they wielded a flaming log.
The 34-year-old's body was discovered on a bonfire by fire crews attending the Guy Fawkes night blaze in Birkenhead, Wirral, Merseyside. Mr Croft had suffered head injuries and severe burns.

Britain urges Pakistan poll date, warns over aid (Yahoo news)
Britain called on Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf Wednesday to set a specific date for January elections, and warned that the current crisis could impact on aid to the country.
Foreign Secretary David Miliband also called for the release of political prisoners, the easing of restrictions on the media and for Musharraf to honour a commitment to stand down as head of the army.

Diana inquest to hear paparazzi despite French snub (Yahoo news)
Transcripts of interviews with paparazzi can be used in evidence at the inquest into the death of princess Diana, the coroner ruled Wednesday after France refused to force the photographers to testify.
The British coroner confirmed this week that French authorities had backed the paparazzis' decision not to attend the London inquest into her 1997 death in Paris, despite a British appeal for them to be forced to answer questions.

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