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02/11/2009 - 23:07

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Agency staff: union sues Royal Mail - M&S and Next fight back - BA workers discuss strike action.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 2 november 2009
Agency staff: union sues Royal Mail

The Royal Mail is facing legal action over the recruitment of 30,000 agency staff during the bitter post strike, union leaders have announced.

M&S and Next fight back

Updates from three of Britain's biggest clothing retailers should shed a little more light on whether consumers are starting to spend more freely ahead of the key Christmas trading period.

A High Court judge has begun the formidable task of deciding whether a baby boy with an active brain locked inside an immobile body should live or die. Skip related content

Doctors caring for the boy, who are backed by his mother, say he will lead a "miserable, sad and pitiful existence", even if surgery allows him to be disconnected from his hospital ventilator and returned home to one of his estranged parents.

BA workers discuss strike action

BA cabin crew workers are holding a mass meeting to discuss opposition to new employment contracts they say are "unfair and unworkable".

RBS To Axe 3,700 UK Branch Jobs

RBS bank is set to cut 3,700 jobs across its UK branch network.

Afghan election commission declares Karzai winner

Afghanistan's election commission proclaimed President Hamid Karzai the victor of the country's tumultuous ballot Monday, canceling a planned runoff and ending a political crisis two and a half months after a fraud-marred first round.

Imam pleads not guilty to NYC terror charges

An imam accused of lying to FBI agents investigating an alleged bomb plot against New York City by a suspected al-Qaida associate pleaded not guilty Monday.

Stakes are high in Maine's vote on gay marriage

Bolstered by out-of-state money and volunteers, both sides jockeyed Monday to boost turnout for Maine's referendum on same-sex marriage — a contest that could give gay-rights activists in the U.S. their first such victory at the ballot box.

Election complaint filed against ex-wrestling exec

The head of the Connecticut Democrats has filed an elections complaint against Republican Linda McMahon, claiming the former wrestling executive received corporate help for her U.S. Senate race.

Court rejects Pa. buffer law on abortion clinics

A federal appeals court has struck down an ordinance that created two types of buffer zones around medical facilities after a Christian legal group challenged the law on behalf of a nurse who protests abortions.

CDC: Tainted ground beef may be linked to 2 deaths

Contaminated fresh ground beef caused a possible E. coli outbreak that killed two people and sent 16 others to hospitals, federal health officials said Monday.

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