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28/06/2010 - 14:41

UK & USA Today Editoweb 28 June 2010

Adventurer Fiennes charged over car crash - - British Bomb Expert Killed In Afghanistan - Heatwave Ahead After Balmy Weekend - Toyota starts production of hybrid car in UK.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 28 June 2010
Adventurer Fiennes charged over car crash
The 66-year-old's Jaguar hit a car head on before crashing into another and mounting a pavement in Manchester. Fiennes -- who the night before the accident had completed a 42-mile endurance challenge, the High Peak Marathon, nearby -- was left dazed and with blood on his face, according to eyewitnesses at the time. The driver of the first car struck suffered serious injuries including collapsed lungs, broken ribs and a broken leg, while a five-year-old child in the vehicle suffered minor injuries. "I have concluded that there is sufficient evidence, and it is in the public interest, to charge Sir Ranulph Fiennes with driving without due care and attention," said lawyer Nicholas Beckett of the Crown Prosecution Service.(AFP)

British Bomb Expert Killed In Afghanistan
A British Army bomb disposal expert from 101 Engineer Regiment was killed in Afghanistan on Sunday, the Ministry of Defence said.The death takes the number of British troops who have died in the campaign to 309 and was the 20th fatality this month - approaching the conflict's record monthly toll of 22 of last June. Meanwhile a British soldier who died in a UK hospital after being injured on patrol in Afghanistan has been named as Bombardier Stephen Gilbert. The 36-year-old from 4th Regiment Royal Artillery was badly wounded in an explosion in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province on June 10.(skynews)

Heatwave Ahead After Balmy Weekend
Mediterranean temperatures are set to continue next weekend after the hottest day of the year on Sunday. In a break from traditional wet Glastonbury weather, the mercury hit 30C in the UK over the weekend. Temperatures in Britain were higher than those on holiday island of Bermuda - and even topped some European hotpots like Greece, which experienced dramatic storms. More than 100,000 people packed onto the beaches of Bournemouth and Brighton on Sunday, with some city dwellers taking to fountains to keep cool. London and the south of England saw the warmest conditions, with St James's Park in central London reaching 30.1C. But the highest temperature nationwide - 30.9C - was recorded in Gravesend in Kent.(skynews)

Toyota starts production of hybrid car in UK
Japanese carmaker Toyota began producing Europe's first full hybrid vehicle on Monday at the company's car factory in Burnaston, in a boost to Britain's battered auto industry. The first European-made hybrid version of Toyota's Auris hatchback rolled off the production line under the watchful eye of the government's business minister Vince Cable. "Toyota's decision to make Burnaston the only plant in the world to build the Hybrid Auris is a strong endorsement of the UK as a manufacturing base for the next generation of cars," said Cable, after touring the Burnaston plant. "It is sending a signal to manufacturers that if you're not in the UK, then you're missing out on all the strengths and skills that the UK has to offer."(AFP)

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