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Kick out 'sleazy' peers, says Clegg - Release Of Iraq Minutes Ordered - Bonuses scrapped for BBC bosses

UK & USA Today Editoweb 27 january 2009
Kick out 'sleazy' peers, says Clegg

Peers who commit serious misdemeanours should be kicked out of Parliament, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg has declared.

Release Of Iraq Minutes Ordered

The minutes of crucial Cabinet meetings discussing the invasion of Iraq must be released by the Government, the Information Tribunal has ruled.

Bonuses scrapped for BBC bosses

Hundreds of senior BBC managers are to have their bonuses scrapped and their pay frozen this year in moves to save millions of pounds, the corporation has announced.

Mandelson unveils car industry package

Britain's struggling car industry has joined banks in getting Government help but Lord Mandelson has denied the package is a "bail-out"

Police dog plunges 40ft into stream

A police animal handler has described the horror he felt when his dog plunged more than 40ft into a stream.

Ill. governor's own words to haunt him at trial

Rod Blagojevich called President Barack Obama's vacant U.S. Senate seat a "golden" opportunity that could help him make money, an FBI agent testified Tuesday at the governor's impeachment trial.

hedge fund manager turns himself in

A Florida hedge fund manager who disappeared this month just as he was due to pay investors $50 million turned himself in to authorities Tuesday to face federal securities and wire fraud charges.

US immigration history preserved on Angel Island

The Angel Island Immigration Station, once known as the "Ellis Island of the West," is reopening after a multimillion-dollar restoration aimed at showing visitors a dark chapter of American history.

Prosecutor: Slain toddler said `I love you' at end

A slain toddler tried to stop her mother and stepfather from beating her to death by reaching out to her mother and saying, "I love you," a prosecutor told jurors Tuesday.

Jury selection begins in Florida terror retrial

Potential jurors are being questioned in Miami federal court for the third trial of six men accused of plotting with al-Qaida to destroy Chicago's Sears Tower and bomb FBI offices

Cartels in Mexico's drug war get guns from US

As police approached a drug cartel's safe house in northwestern Mexico last May, gunmen inside poured on fire with powerful assault rifles and grenades, killing seven officers whose weapons were no match.

Big dreams over, NM gov back to nitty-gritty

New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, his presidential dreams long ago abandoned and his hope of becoming commerce secretary jettisoned, is back to the nitty-gritty of governing a poor state in hard times.

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