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06/03/2009 - 19:46

UK & USA Today Editoweb 6 march 2009

Prince Charles named world's best dressed man - Obamas 'will meet Queen' on UK trip -
'Irregular' Trading Probe At Merrill Lynch.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 6 march 2009
Prince Charles named world's best dressed man

Prince Charles has beaten off competition from US President Barack Obama to be named the world's best dressed man by Esquire magazine.

Obamas 'will meet Queen' on UK trip

US president Barack Obama and his wife Michelle will meet the Queen when the couple arrive in the UK at the end of the month.

'Irregular' Trading Probe At Merrill Lynch

Merrill Lynch has discovered a trading "irregularity" during a recent investigation of the troubled investment bank's London trading positions.

2,300 Principles jobs under threat

Around 2,300 retail jobs are under threat after it emerged administrators had failed to secure a buyer for the Principles chain.

Boy, 8, 'Shot By 10-year-old' At Camp

An eight-year-old boy is seriously ill after he was allegedly shot by a 10-year-old at a traveller's camp in South Tyneside.

Gilts surge again on Bank bond purchase plans

Gilt futures gained nearly 3 full points on Friday, enjoying a second day of strong gains after the Bank of England's announcement on Thursday that it would buy 75 billion pounds of assets, mostly gilts.

Navy helicopter crash 'an accident'

A helicopter crash that killed four Royal Navy servicemen was an accident, an inquest has ruled.

Prosecutor seeking FBI tapes of Burris

A county prosecutor exploring the possibility of perjury charges against U.S. Sen. Roland Burris has asked federal officials for FBI tapes of phone conversations between Burris and ousted Gov. Rod Blagojevich's brother, an individual with knowledge of the case said Friday.

Iranian gets 5-plus years in night goggle case

An Iranian woman who surrendered to U.S. authorities hoping to get probation was instead sentenced Friday to more than five years in federal prison for her role in a scheme to smuggle military night-vision goggles to Iran.

Deer runs through restaurant, grocery store in Md

Montgomery County police say a deer being chased by two dogs crashed through a front window of a restaurant before it was put down in the bakery section of a grocery store.

high court weighs gay marriage ban

The mood was somber among gay rights supporters after a bruising, three-hour hearing before the justices of California's highest court, who expressed considerable skepticism at the idea of overturning the state's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage.

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