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09/02/2008 - 21:03

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Archbishop faces calls to go over sharia remark - Straw under pressure over bugging claims- Dead wife in oil drum for 20 years - Hospital apologises for swapping babies - Hospital apologises for swapping babies - Stars gear up for the Baftas.



Archbishop faces calls to go over sharia remark
Rowan Williams, spiritual leader of the world's 77 million Anglicans, faced calls to resign on Saturday for suggesting that the introduction in Britain of some aspects of Islamic law was unavoidable.
The Archbishop of Canterbury tried to quell the storm by denying he had called for Islamic law, known as sharia, to be introduced alongside British law.

Straw under pressure over bugging claims
The Government is facing calls for an inquiry into claims that conversations between lawyers and prisoners in British jails are routinely bugged. An anonymous whistleblower has claimed the authorities listened in to hundreds of confidential meetings with inmates at Woodhill Prison, Milton Keynes.
Justice Secretary Jack Straw has already launched an investigation into claims that Labour MP Sadiq Khan's meetings with a terror suspect at the jail were secretly recorded.

Dead wife in oil drum for 20 years
A British expatriate living in Australia has been found guilty of killing his wife, then hiding her body in an oil drum for more than 20 years. The Australian Associated Press reported that a jury at the Supreme Court of Victoria in Melbourne found Frederick Boyle guilty of murdering his wife Edwina in 1983 and hiding her body in a 44-gallon drum on their property for 23 years.

Hospital apologises for swapping babies
Hospital bosses have been forced to apologise to two mums for accidentally swapping their babies. The newborn babies were switched "for a brief time" after staff at Bassetlaw Hospital in Worksop, Nottinghamshire failed to check their identity bands. One of the babies was breast-fed by the wrong mother and had to undergo a number of checks including a HIV test.

Stars gear up for the Baftas
The stars are gearing up for the Bafta film awards this weekend. Romantic drama Atonement leads the field with 14 nominations. The film stars Keira Knightly and James McAvoy, who are both up for Best Actor and Best Actress. Thriller No Country For Old Men and There Will Be Blood which stars Daniel Day Lewis both have nine nominations.
Bookmakers have Atonement down as favourite for Best Film with odds of 4/6. Daniel Day Lewis is favourite to scoop Best Actor while Julie Christie is favourite for Best Actress for her role in Away From Her.

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