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UK & USA Today Editoweb 18 september 2009

Mad as a hatter as London toasts Fashion Week - Utilities earnings to rise - Ofgem - Some banks may face restructuring.

UK & USA Today Editoweb 18 september 2009
Mad as a hatter as London toasts Fashion Week

Sporting giant cherries on their heads or hats festooned with red blinking lights, models wearing some of the quirkiest creations from British milliners kicked off London Fashion Week on Friday.

Utilities earnings to rise - Ofgem

Lower wholesale energy prices means the utility companies are set to make more money from their customers over the next year, compared with the previous three years, energy regulator Ofgem said on Friday.

Some banks may face restructuring

Mandatory "living wills" for banks in Britain will spark major restructuring in the sector in the next few years, a minister said on Friday.

Sex-change boy 'faces crucial time'

A 12-year-old boy reported to have changed sex faces "a critical moment" in his life, a transgender campaign group has said.

Thousands march in Iran opposition protests

Hard-liners attacked senior pro-reform leaders in the streets as tens of thousands marched in competing mass demonstrations by the opposition and government supporters. Opposition protesters, chanting "death to the dictator," hurled stones and bricks in clashes with security forces firing tear gas.

Report details where Yale suspect's DNA was found

A law enforcement official says police investigating the Yale killing found DNA evidence in a ceiling and crawl space implicating the lab technician charged with murder.

NM man falls to his death re-enacting UFC move

A New Mexico man fell to his death from a third-story hotel window while re-enacting a move from the "Ultimate Fighting Championship."

1st woman takes charge of Army's drill sergeants

Command Sgt. Maj. Teresa King can dress down a burly, battle-hardened sergeant in seconds with a sharp phrase and a withering look, then turn around and tell trainee soldiers to be sure they get seven hours of sleep.

NY prosecutor is summing up case vs Astor's son

A Manhattan prosecutor says the government has proven that Brooke Astor's son plundered her $198 million estate in the sunset years of her life. A jury will soon decide if it agrees.

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