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14/11/2007 - 23:40

UK today 14 nov 2007 by Editoweb

Inquiry into fighter jet death - Eurostar Passengers Stranded In France - Christmas turkey fears as British bird flu cull widens - Scotland to be independent by 2017: first minister.



Inquiry into fighter jet death
An investigation has been launched into the death of a navigator who ejected from an RAF Tornado fighter plane.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) said the man left the aircraft during an "inverted roll" over Norfolk at about 4pm.
A spokesman said the body of the man, which is not expected to be formally identified until tomorrow, was found in a field near South Creake about 45 minutes later. The aircraft involved in the incident, which is based at RAF Marham, Norfolk, landed safely shortly after, the MoD said.

Eurostar Passengers Stranded In France
The gloss has been taken off the launch of Eurostar's new high speed service to the continent after a group of passengers became stranded in northern France by the French public sector workers' strike.
The first train set off in style at 11.03am from the new £800m international terminal at St Pancras station.

Christmas turkey fears as British bird flu cull widens
Veterinary authorities launched poultry culls on four more sites in eastern England Wednesday in a bid to stop the spread of the potentially lethal H5N1 Asian strain of bird flu.
The locations were identified as having "dangerous contact" with birds on a nearby free-range farm that were confirmed as having the highly pathogenic virus on Tuesday.
Amid fears over the impact on Britain's traditional Christmas turkey trade...

Scotland to be independent by 2017: first minister
Scotland will be an independent country in the next 10 years, the country's nationalist first minister has said Wednesday, setting out for the first time his timetable for separation from the rest of Britain.
Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond made the assertion as he set out his minority government's economic strategy for the next 10 years.
Salmond said Scotland aimed to match the economic growth rate of the rest of Britain by 2011, when the next elections for the 129-seat Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh will be held.

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