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14/10/2009 - 22:34

UK & USA Today Editoweb 14 October 2009

Speaker backs curb on MPs' expenses - London warns north-south row threatens Sudan elections - PM Will Send 500 Extra Troops To Afghanistan.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 14 October 2009
Speaker backs curb on MPs' expenses

Commons Speaker John Bercow has risked the wrath of MPs by signalling his support for backdated caps on their expenses.

London warns north-south row threatens Sudan elections

London warned after talks in Sudan on Wednesday that persistent differences between the country's civil war foes threaten to further delay long-promised elections.

PM Will Send 500 Extra Troops To Afghanistan

The Prime Minister has agreed "in principle" that 500 more troops will be sent to Afghanistan.

Leona Lewis 'Punched In Head' At Book Signing

A man has been arrested after singer Leona Lewis was "punched in the head" at a signing session for her autobiography in central London.

Two Children Killed In Manchester Flat Named

Two children found dead in a flat in Manchester have been named as two-year-old Theo Molemohi and four-year-old Yolande Molemohi.

al-Qaida's Afghan head contacted Zazi

The airport shuttle driver accused of plotting a bombing in New York had contacts with al-Qaida that went nearly all the way to the top, to an Osama bin Laden confidant believed to be the terrorist group's leader in Afghanistan, U.S. intelligence officials told The Associated Press.

Md. father pleads guilty to drowning 3 children

A man with a history of mental illness pleaded guilty Wednesday to drowning his three young children one by one in a Baltimore hotel bathtub during a custody dispute with his former wife, who said she still cries every day over the deaths.

Community clinics have key role in health reform

Francisco Lupercio has insurance for his house, his truck and the store he runs with his wife. But he can't afford health insurance, so he joined dozens of other people lining up for exams at a community clinic.

States raise limits on creditors as debtors squirm

With many Americans in dire financial straits, states are cracking down to make sure aggressive debt collectors target only people who legitimately owe them money.

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