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25/02/2009 - 19:09

UK & USA Today Editoweb 25 february 2009

Royal Mail plans spark row - Camerons mourn death of young son - Tragedy for Camerons as son dies.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 25 february 2009
Royal Mail plans spark row

The Government has launched controversial proposals to part privatise the Royal Mail, sparking a fresh row over its plans to sell off part of the business.

Camerons mourn death of young son

Conservative leader David Cameron and his wife Samantha are mourning the death of their disabled six-year-old son Ivan, comforted by messages of condolence led by the Queen.

Tragedy for Camerons as son dies

Condolences have been paid to Tory leader David Cameron and his wife Samantha following the death of their disabled son Ivan.

Teen dies after taking acne pills

A 'fit and healthy' teenager died 12 hours after taking acne treatment tablets, an inquest has heard.

Mandelson Launches Mail Bill A Day Early

Lord Mandelson has introduced controversial proposals to part privatise the Royal Mail, a day earlier than expected.

Court rules for Utah city in religious marker case

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that a small religious group cannot force a city in Utah to place a granite marker in a local park that already is home to a Ten Commandments display.

Biden: Use stimulus money wisely or lose it

Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday the Obama administration is determined to speed the $787 billion in stimulus money to Americans clamoring for economic relief, with checks going to states for Medicaid and the next batch of dollars heading to housing.

Fishing boat runs aground off Alaska; 4 in danger

A commercial fishing boat ran aground early Wednesday in the Aleutian Islands and was in danger of breaking up, putting four crewmen in danger.

Car exec: Obama task force meets with Chrysler

Top executives of Chrysler LLC took pleas for billions in new loans to members of the Obama administration's auto task force Wednesday.

Closing arguments begin in slaying of Fla. family

Prosecutors took jurors down what they described as "an expressway to murder" Wednesday as they presented closing arguments in the death penalty trial of two men accused of gunning down a family of four, including two young children, in a drug dispute.

Troops to leave Iraq in 18 months, officials say

President Barack Obama is expected to order all U.S. combat troops to leave Iraq by August of next year, administration officials said, closing the door on a war that has led to the deaths of at least 4,250 members of the U.S. military.

Obama tells nation: 'We are not quitters'

To a nation reeling from recession and facing long-festering problems, President Barack Obama has a simple reminder: "We are not quitters."

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