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17/03/2010 - 20:20

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Minister 'delays' in assessing legal drug - PM Admits Iraq Inquiry Defence Spending Error -
Ransom paid in Paris for British boy taken in Pakistan: ministry.



Minister 'delays' in assessing legal drug

It's claimed a review of the dance drug mephedrone was delayed after the sacking of the Government's chief drugs adviser last year.

PM Admits Iraq Inquiry Defence Spending Error

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has admitted giving incorrect evidence to the Iraq Inquiry on defence spending.

Ransom paid in Paris for British boy taken in Pakistan: ministry

A ransom for a five-year-old British boy kidnapped in Pakistan and freed this week was paid in Paris, Spain's interior ministry said Wednesday, adding five people have been detained.

Three held in Spain over British boy's kidnap

Spanish police have arrested three people suspected of exhorting a 110,000-pound ransom for a British boy kidnapped while on holiday in Pakistan and since released.

Brown admits defence spending slip

Gordon Brown has admitted he wrongly claimed defence spending had risen in real terms every year when he gave evidence to the Iraq Inquiry.

FSA's Turner: bank reforms don't tackle real costs

Policymakers must delve deeper into the causes of the credit crunch to find the right reforms and not be distracted by bank break-up remedies, Britain's financial services watchdog said on Wednesday.

Obama's health care plan picks up support

President Barack Obama's much-challenged health care overhaul gained traction Wednesday as a liberal lawmaker became the first to switch his opposition and Catholic nuns declared their support in an unusual public break with the bishops.

Nation, world go green for St. Patrick's Day

All the world from the Sydney Opera House to the Empire State Building turned Irish, or at least Irish for the day, as revelers marked St. Patrick's Day with bagpipes, dancing, emerald lights and green body paint in a flurry of celebration.

Beach jogger killed by plane likely never heard it

The kit-built single-engine plane was gliding quietly as it came down for an emergency landing on a beach. Pharmaceutical salesman Robert Gary Jones, listening to his iPod while jogging, likely never saw or heard it before the aircraft hit him from behind Monday evening and killed him.

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