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01/02/2010 - 19:30

UK & USA Today Editoweb 1 february 2010

Stirrup: Not enough time to prepare for Iraq war - Heineken Forced To Can 'Green' Power Plants - Bidding War For Terry 'Affair' Model's Story.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 1 february 2010
Stirrup: Not enough time to prepare for Iraq war

MPs were warned of a "serious risk" the military would not have all the equipment it needed to invade Iraq because of the rush to war.

Heineken Forced To Can 'Green' Power Plants

Two revolutionary 'green' power stations have been shut down because they don't work properly and they pump out too much smoke.

Bidding War For Terry 'Affair' Model's Story
 
The French model who allegedly had an affair with England football captain John Terry has been offered £250,000 to tell her side of the story, her publicist has confirmed.

FTSE closes 1.1 percent firmer

The top share index closed 1.1 percent higher on Monday, helped by upbeat U.S. manufacturing data, with banks and commodity stocks topping the list of gainers.

Bank likely to call time on QE

The Bank of England looks set to halt its massive pro-growth programme of government bond buying this week, taking the first step towards normalising monetary policy after an unprecedented loosening.

UK Weather: Latest Sky News Forecast

Our weather will turn milder over the next few days but, as it is coming from the Atlantic, it is also rather unsettled, wet weather with many bands of rain to contend with.

Obama unveils $3.83T budget with massive deficits

President Barack Obama sent Congress a $3.83 trillion budget on Monday that would pour more money into the fight against high unemployment, boost taxes on the wealthy and freeze spending for a wide swath of government programs.

Landrieu caper prep: Whole lotta typin' goin' on

Johnny Angel opened the door to his old, brick-faced duplex and saw them all there, typing away quietly on their computers just days before their hidden-camera stunt in Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu's district office.

Plane reporting on traffic lands on NJ Turnpike

A traffic reporter in a small plane put himself in the thick of a rush-hour tie-up when his aircraft had to make an emergency landing Monday on the New Jersey Turnpike.

Pakistani scientist's trial hits closing arguments

Jurors heard a U.S.-trained Pakistani scientist portrayed Monday in closing arguments at her attempted murder trial as both a would-be terrorist determined to kill Americans and a fearful woman framed by the government.

Idaho church prays for Americans held in Haiti

A tearful Idaho congregation heard their pastor warn that church members detained in Haiti after attempting to take 33 children into the Dominican Republic could face child trafficking charges. Then the pastor urged them to pray.

Judge: Suspect in Conn. home invasion was in coma

One of two men charged with killing a woman and her two daughters during a 2007 home invasion in a Connecticut suburb was found unconscious in his prison cell and was hospitalized in a medically induced coma, a judge said Monday.

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