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08/12/2007 - 22:49

UK today, Editoweb 08 dec 2007


Two Bodies Found On Railway Track In Norfolk - Tory fear over Guantanamo detainees - AU rejects "divisive" EU strategy on trade deals - Gordon Brown has been warned that he faces trouble from former Labour chairman Peter Watt and donor David Abrahams over illegal payments made to the party.



Two Bodies Found On Railway Track In Norfolk
Two bodies have been discovered on a railway line in Norfolk, police said. Officers do not know how the pair died and have sealed off the scene. Forensic specialists are trying to determine the cause of death and are combing the area.
The corpses were discovered near a level crossing at St German's, Mill Road, King's Lynn. The sex or age of the two people is not yet known. A British Transport Police spokesman would only say they were two adults.
He added: "Police were called to the railway tracks to a possible body on the line. On arrival the bodies of two people were found.

Tory fear over Guantanamo detainees
The Tories demanded to know whether three British residents who are expected to be released from Guantanamo Bay pose a threat to the public.
Foreign Secretary David Miliband previously requested the former UK residents be sent back from the US detention centre on Cuba, in a reversal of previous policy, and America has been considering the request.

AU rejects "divisive" EU strategy on trade deals
The European Union, compelled by the World Trade Organisation to reach new trade deals with African nations by December 31, on Saturday faced accusations of dividing and rushing its African partners.
The African Union's top official, AU Commission Chairman Alpha Oumar Konare, criticised the EU for pushing through the new Economic Partnership Agreements (EPAs) with individual nations or groups of nations, to Africa's disadvantage.

Brown faces donation backlash
Gordon Brown has been warned that he faces trouble from former Labour chairman Peter Watt and donor David Abrahams over illegal payments made to the party.
Watt, who resigned over the issue, is reported to be ready to "come out fighting" and clear his name.
According to the Guardian, Watt has said he is not prepared to be the scapegoat for the £600,000 in donations which property developer Abrahams made through four intermediaries.
His defence is that he inherited the longstanding arrangements and could not have been expected to know they were not legitimate.
It is reported that Watt's allies are angry that the prime minister forced a police investigation by declaring the payments "illegal".

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