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UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 June 2010

UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 June 2010 - Unions warn budget cuts will hit the poor - England Team Talk Was 'Not A Crisis Meeting - Fan Stands Trial For Changing Room Invasion.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 21 June 2010
Unions warn budget cuts will hit the poor
Deep cuts forecast by the government to tackle Britain's burgeoning public deficit would put hundreds of thousands of public and private sector workers out of work, derail economic recovery, and hit the poorest hardest, the TUC said.The criticism comes after Osborne warned on Sunday that all sectors of society would be affected by what he called "an unavoidable budget".(AFP)

England Team Talk Was 'Not A Crisis Meeting'
Lampard said his Chelsea team-mate spoke out because he wanted to "hit things head-on" but insisted the meeting was the normal post-match dissection of Friday's game. John Terry told the media there had been "a lack of passion" during the side's goalless draw with Algeria, and promised to voice unhappiness among the players at the pre-planned team meeting with Capello on Sunday night. Having named eight other senior players who were present during a discussion over a post-match beer following England's dismal draw, it appeared Terry was speaking from a position of authority.(sky news)

Fan Stands Trial For Changing Room Invasion
Pavlos Joseph, 32, from Crystal Palace, southeast London, has been banned from attending future World Cup matches following the incident at Green Point Stadium on Friday night. When he appeared in court on charges of trespass he was told his case would be dealt with this Friday. At the weekend he told the Sunday Mirror he was looking for a toilet when a security guard sent him in the direction of the players' tunnel.(skynews)

Tutu: England performance 'abysmal'
He compared the performance of the struggling South African side to the big European teams and concluded: "We shouldn't be feeling too bad." Speaking in Cape Town, the Nobel Peace Laureate said: "I had David Beckham here the other day and I told him of our fears. "And David Beckham said: 'You know what, a football match is 90 minutes long. Anything can happen. South Africa has already won as it is hosting this World Cup.'(press association)

Care assistant 'dumped in suitcase'
The naked remains of 37-year-old Leah Questin, from the Philippines, were discovered squeezed into the case beside a dried-up pond near Cliffe, Kent, in September last year. IT specialist Clinton Bailey, 36, is alleged to have killed her before draining her bank account and looking for a chance to get rid of her body. Bailey, a South African living in Malpas Road, Lewisham, south London, had financial problems, a jury was told. He denies murder at the Old Bailey. Peter Wright QC, prosecuting, said: "Leah Questin was searching for affection, a relationship, and possibly marriage - some form of permanent relationship.(press association)

No Ugly Offspring On Beauties-Only Website
Beautifulpeople.com is a website with a difference - it only accepts members its other members think are attractive enough to join. But its new Beautiful Baby Service is now offering its members who cannot have children the opportunity to be matched with potential donors. The service has been extended to non-members and is based around a forum where users register and talk about what they want their children to look like.(skynews)


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