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12/02/2008 - 21:30

UK today Editoweb, 12 feb. 2008


Benign inflation eases Bank dilemma - Climate change may kill thousands in UK by 2017 - Diana's brother-in-law denies plot - Miliband backs quest for democracy - Butcher Will Not Attend E.Coli Inquiry.



Benign inflation eases Bank dilemma
Inflation did not rise as fast as feared in January, suggesting there is still room for the Bank of England to cut interest rates significantly this year if the economy slows sharply.
Most surveys this year have pointed to an ugly combination of a slowing economy and swiftly rising price pressures, helping to create what Bank Governor Mervyn King has dubbed the most challenging environment in a decade.

Climate change may kill thousands in UK by 2017
There is a 25 percent chance that a severe heat wave will strike England and kill more than 6,000 people before 2017 if no action is taken to deal with the health effects of climate change, a report said on Tuesday.
The report for the Department of Health estimated more than 3,000 people could die in an intense summer hot spell in southeast England, with just as many more dying from heat-related deaths over the summer.

Diana's brother-in-law denies plot
The Queen's former private secretary - who is also Princess Diana's brother-in-law - has denied any involvement in the Paris crash.
Lord Fellowes - who is giving evidence at the inquest into Diana's death - dismissed Mohamed al Fayed's claim that he had been in Paris on the night of the tragedy on August 31, 1997, and played a part in her "murder".
Mr al Fayed, who is convinced the crash was an MI6 murder plot, claims Lord Fellowes commandeered the communications centre at the British Embassy in Paris shortly before the death of the Princess to send messages to GCHQ.
Ian Burnett QC, for the coroner, put it to him: "In other words it was being suggested that you were intimately concerned in the murder of your sister-in-law. You understand that that was the allegation?"

Miliband backs quest for democracy
David Miliband has insisted that mistakes in Iraq and Afghanistan must not discourage Britain's efforts to foster democracy around the world - by military means if necessary.
The Foreign Secretary said controversy surrounding the current conflicts should not overshadow the "moral impulse" to bring people freedom.

Butcher Will Not Attend E.Coli Inquiry
A butcher who supplied schools with contaminated meat will not give evidence to a public inquiry into an E.coli outbreak that killed a five-year-old boy.
Mason Jones died in 2005 when he contracted the highly virulent 0157 strain of the bug as it spread through schools in the south Wales valleys.

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