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16/04/2009 - 20:59

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Brown says sorry for 'smeargate' - Mich. Muslim group says FBI asking people to spy - Economic data suggests recession far from over - Thieves smash car windows to steal inspection tabs - Herd deployed to moo-ve on bikers.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 16 April 2009
Herd deployed to moo-ve on bikers
Hampshire County Council has placed eight cows on playing land at Monks Brook in Swaythling, Southampton, in a bid to deter youths on motorcycles as well as prevent travellers settling on the site.
Hampshire County Council leader Ken Thornber said: "The land is being subjected to growing anti-social behaviour and particularly the unauthorised use of motor bikes."

Economic data suggests recession far from over
Washington: the number of people receiving jobless benefits exceeded 6 million for the first time, the government reported Thursday, and housing construction unexpectedly plunged to its second-lowest level on record — fresh evidence that the recession is far from over.

Thieves smash car windows to steal inspection tabs
Drivers may have a new reason to fear an automobile break-in: the inspection stickers they must plaster to the inside of their windshield in many states.
In Portland, Maine's largest city, about 40 cars have been hit in the past several months by thieves who have caused thousands of dollars of damage to get the stickers.

Mich. Muslim group says FBI asking people to spy
A Michigan Muslim organization said Thursday it has asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate complaints alleging the FBI is asking followers of the faith to spy on Islamic leaders and congregations. The Council of Islamic Organizations of Michigan sent a letter last week to Holder after mosques and other groups reported members of the community have been approached to monitor people coming to mosques and donations they make. Sandra Berchtold, a spokeswoman in the FBI's Detroit office, had no immediate comment.

Brown says sorry for 'smeargate'
Prime Minister Gordon Brown has apologised for the "smeargate" email affair which targeted members of the Conservative Party. Damian McBride, a close adviser to the Prime Minister for almost a decade, resigned in disgrace at the weekend after it emerged he had written "juvenile and inappropriate" emails to ex-Labour spin doctor Derek Draper.
In the private missives, the two men discussed setting up an "attack blog" called Red Rag that would have spread unfounded gossip about senior Conservative politicians.

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