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18/06/2010 - 13:31

UK & USA Today Editoweb 18 June 2010

UK & USA Today Editoweb 18 June 2010 - Funeral of gunman's youngest victim - Inmate cancer damages claim quashed - Spain's Santander bids for RBS branches - Farm sued over E.coli case twins - Sarkozy in London for 70th anniversary of WWII appeal.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 18 June 2010
Funeral of gunman's youngest victim
Jamie Clark, 23, was one of 12 people who died after the taxi driver went on a horrific rampage in Cumbria on June 2. The estate agent, of St Pierre Avenue, Carlisle, was driving through Seascale on his way back from a viewing when Bird opened fire on him. He will be laid to rest at a private service for family, friends and colleagues at the Vale Crematorium in Luton, Bedfordshire. Speaking ahead of the service, Mr Clark's fiancee Lianne Jarman revealed she herself was in one of the villages where Bird killed two other people.(press association)

Inmate cancer damages claim quashed
Cheryl Carter, 34, of Brixton, south London, successfully sued in the High Court for negligence over treatment she received while at Cookham Wood prison in Kent in 2005. But three Court of Appeal judges allowed an appeal by the Ministry of Justice and she will no longer be able to claim damages at a hearing that was set for next month. Her cancer was discovered after she left prison in 2005 and she underwent a mastectomy a year later.(presse association)

Spain's Santander bids for RBS branches
Santander did not say how much it would pay RBS for the branches which would add to the 1,300 it already has in Britain after its takeovers of Abbey in 2004, Bradford and Bingley and Alliance and Leicester in late 2008. "Banco Santander announces that its affiliate Santander UK has submitted an offer in the tender process of approximately 300 branches of Royal Bank of Scotland," it said. "Currently, it is not possible to say when the tender process will conclude," it added.(AFP)

Farm sued over E.coli case twins
Law firm Field Fisher Waterhouse issued proceedings against Godstone Farm, near Redhill, Surrey, where 93 people became infected with the bug last year. The claim is for damages for personal injury and consequential loss. The firm is representing 17 families, including 25 children and one adult, and expects to add these to the legal action at a later stage.(pressa association)

Sarkozy in London for 70th anniversary of WWII appeal
On June 18, 1940, four days after the fall of Paris and as the French government prepared to sign an armistice with Germany, the exiled military leader issued an impassioned appeal over the BBC airwaves to those back home. "Whatever happens, the flame of the French resistance must not and will not be extinguished," de Gaulle said, urging those who had escaped to Britain to join him in London and for those still in France to hold firm.(AFP)

Skilled worker shortage 'time-bomb'
Diane Johnson, the first female president of the Electrical Contractors' Association, complained that the emphasis in this country had been on university education rather than on-the-job skills training. Craft training had often been seen as the "lesser route", said Ms Johnson, adding: "We are sitting on a ticking time bomb. If we don't act now, we will not have the home-grown talent needed to fulfil this country's potential. The consequences of that will be more far reaching than most people realise.(press association)

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