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07/07/2009 - 20:57

UK & USA Today Editoweb 7 july 2009

Brown sees off revolt over 10p tax - Boy, two, dies in TV fall tragedy - G20 protests policing 'inadequate'.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 7 july 2009
Brown sees off revolt over 10p tax

Gordon Brown has comfortably seen off a revolt over the 10p tax rate abolition amid fears that the public finances could have been thrown into chaos. The Government's.

Boy, two, dies in TV fall tragedy

An investigation is under way after a two-year-old boy died when a television fell on to him, police said. Officers said there were no suspicious circumstances.

G20 protests policing 'inadequate'

Police risk losing public confidence if they do not change how they manage protests, the police watchdog has said. Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary,

Jacko's gold coffin is centre stage

Michael Jackson took centre stage for one last time as family members helped carry his gold coffin into the biggest celebrity send-off of all time. Nelson Mandela .

Passenger who died on bug liner named

Police have named the elderly man who died on board a cruise ship hit by a suspected outbreak of the norovirus.

Jackson's public memorial takes a spiritual turn

Michael Jackson's public memorial started out more spiritual than spectacular Tuesday, opening with a church choir singing as his golden casket was laid in front of the stage and a shaft of light evoking a cross as Lionel Richie gave a gospel-infused performance.

Franken sworn in as Minnesota senator

Al Franken became a senator on Tuesday, completing the transformation from comedian to politician.

NY baseball fan settles 'God Bless America' suit

A baseball fan has settled a lawsuit that claimed he was kicked out of Yankee Stadium by a police officer because he left his seat to use the bathroom during the playing of "God Bless America."

Police: Man holding his ex hostage in Conn. home

An advertising executive kidnapped his ex-wife from a parking garage Tuesday, held her hostage in a South Windsor home and fired shots out of the house, police and the man's lawyer said.

Gay marriage bill takes effect in nation's capital

A law recognizing same-sex marriages performed elsewhere has gone into effect in the District of Columbia.

McNair slaying investigators await tests on gun

Investigators were waiting for ballistics tests on a gun recently bought by the girlfriend of slain former NFL star Steve McNair to determine whether the firearm found at the scene killed the two.

Minnesota, land of the freshman senator

When Al Franken assumes his new Senate perch Tuesday, the numbers will tell his tale: Minnesota's second senator, the symbolic 60th vote for Democrats — and No. 100 on the seniority list.

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