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14/07/2010 - 11:21

UK & USA Today Editoweb 14 July 2010

The police officer injured by Raoul Moat has described how the gunman stared coldly into his eyes moments before he shot him in the face. Recalling the moment he was shot through the window of his marked car at a roundabout in East Denton, Newcastle, in the early hours of July 4, PC David Rathband, 42, said: "I looked into his eyes and I saw nothing - no emotion." "Then I felt the pain full-on in my face.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 14 July 2010
Shot policeman describes Raoul Moat ordeal
The police officer injured by Raoul Moat has described how the gunman stared coldly into his eyes moments before he shot him in the face. Recalling the moment he was shot through the window of his marked car at a roundabout in East Denton, Newcastle, in the early hours of July 4, PC David Rathband, 42, said: "I looked into his eyes and I saw nothing - no emotion." "Then I felt the pain full-on in my face. I knew my right eye socket had just exploded and my eye had gone," he told The Sun. Bleeding heavily, the officer "played dead", fearing that Moat was still close by: "I was trying to not make a noise even though there was blood everywhere in my nose and throat." But he managed to whisper into his radio for help as he lay slumped in the footwell.(itn)

Top Gear May wants to be a real man
He already presents one of television's most testosterone-fuelled shows, but now James May is undertaking a TV quest to turn him into more of a "real man". The long-haired Top Gear presenter, who has confessed to a love of toys and floral shirts, will enlist other lost souls for a new BBC Two series to test their manliness and brush up traditional skills. James May's Man Lab is part of the channel's autumn and winter season, launched on Wednesday. It also includes a programme which sees The Choir's Gareth Malone take on the challenge of being a primary school teacher for boys, and a live stargazing event hosted by Professor Brian Cox. May's new entertainment show will see him embark on a course of tests designed to teach men the skills and knowledge possessed by their male ancestors. Among the skills he will learn will be how to "woo a lady" and how to defuse a bomb. May said: "Modern Man is in crisis. He has degenerated from the redoubtable pillar he became through centuries of refinement and slipped resignedly into the popular depiction of himself as a witless under-achiever, incapable of looking after himself or those around him. Man Lab is designed to reverse the rot."(press association)

Part-Time Work Boosts UK Employment Rate
A record rise in the number of part-time workers has helped to boost the number of Britons in employment, new figures have revealed. Some 160,000 more people found work in the three months to May - the biggest gain in almost four years. The increase was due to a record 148,000 rise in the number of part-time workers, while the number of full-time workers rose by just 12,000. Overall, the number of people out of work fell by 34,000 to 2.47 million over the quarter. Speaking to Sky News, employment minister Chris Grayling said: "Every small fall is a step in the right direction - but we've got a big challenge ahead to try to turn the economy around.(skynews)

Part-time workers at record level
The part-time workforce reached record levels in the three months to May as people struggled to find permanent jobs in the recession, official figures have shown. The figures showed a 148,000 quarterly rise in part-timers to 7.82 million, the highest level since Office for National Statistics (ONS) records began in 1992. The ONS said that a record 27% of the total workforce was now in part-time employment, with the category accounting for the vast majority of the 160,000 rise in total employment - the biggest quarterly jump since August 2006. At the same time the number of full-time employees fell by 22,000 over the month to 18.2 million, the ONS said.(press association)

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