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19/01/2009 - 22:40

UK & USA Today Editoweb 19 january 2009

Home Office 'not told of MP arrest' - Police review case after coma death - Fears Schoolgirl Has Fled Abroad.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 19 january 2009
Home Office 'not told of MP arrest'

The Home Office was not notified in advance that Tory MP Damian Green was to be arrested over leaks from the department, sources have said.

Police review case after coma death

A man serving an eight year prison sentence for attacking his former partner could be charged with murder after she died at the weekend.

Fears Schoolgirl Has Fled Abroad

Police fear schoolgirl Laura Stainforth may have gone abroad with a 49-year-old man she met on the internet.

Fifty Kids A Day Are Sex Victims

Police recorded more than 50 sexual offences against children every day last year, new figures show.

Pakistani soldier says Harry 'not racist'

The Pakistani soldier at the centre of the Prince Harry race row has come to the young Royal's defence, claiming he is not racist.

Prince is not a racist - soldier

The Pakistani soldier at the centre of the Prince Harry race row has come to the Prince's defence, claiming he is not racist.

EU: recession will be deep and long-lasting

The European Union said Monday it is facing a "deep and protracted recession" and slashed growth forecasts, while Britain announced its second massive bank bailout in just over three months in another wave of bad economic news in Europe.

Brazil loses 654,000 jobs in December amid crisis

Brazil's Labor Ministry says the country lost 654,000 jobs in December as the international financial crisis slammed Latin America's largest economy.

Balls for a cause, dresses for less for Obama inaugural

The US economy may be in the doldrums, but revelers and gala organizers are celebrating the inauguration of Barack Obama with all the usual pizazz and glitz. They're just doing it more frugally and tacking a message onto their celebrations.

U.S. gets weak marks on global relations: poll

The United States is viewed favorably by the majority in only two of 21 other countries with large economies, according to a survey released on Sunday, and it draws the harshest criticism for its foreign policy.

KeyCorp shares could rise sharply: report

KeyCorp could see its shares double, or even triple, when the economy revives, if the bank could keep on working out problem loans, according to a report in the January 19 edition of Barron's.

Hong Kong leader: economy to shrink in first half

Hong Kong's slumping economy will shrink further in the first half of 2009, the territory's leader said Monday, as new data showed an increase in unemployment.

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