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29/01/2008 - 22:17

UK today Editoweb, 29 jan. 2008


Man admits plot to behead soldier - Fayed 'blamed Duke for death crash' - Diana Inquest: Bodyguard Kes Wingfield On Conspiracy Theory - EU leaders discuss finance turmoil - Security problems marred Diana's last days.



Man admits plot to behead soldier
A man has pleaded guilty to a plot to kidnap and kill a Muslim soldier in the army by cutting off his head "like a pig", a court was told on Tuesday.
Parviz Khan, 37, pleaded guilty this month to a series of charges including the beheading plot, which was foiled by police and the MI5 security service a year ago.
Media had been barred from reporting Khan's plea until Tuesday when a trial of two other men opened in Leicester.

Fayed 'blamed Duke for death crash'
Mohamed al Fayed's immediate reaction to the news of the death of Diana, Princess of Wales, was to blame the Duke of Edinburgh, her inquest has heard.
The Harrods tycoon rushed to Paris by jet on hearing of the crash in which his son was killed in the early hours of August 31 1997.
Bodyguard Kes Wingfield said that he had broken the news that the Princess had also passed away as he accompanied Mr al Fayed to his car at Le Bourget airport.

Diana Inquest: Bodyguard Kes Wingfield On Conspiracy Theory
The inquest into Princess Diana's death has heard from a former bodyguard, who told of Mohammed al Fayed's fury when he refused to back conspiracy theories.
Kes Wingfield said he quit his job in the Harrods tycoon's security team after refusing to take part in a TV programme Mr al Fayed was having made about the crash.
He told the court : "I had no doubt in my mind that it was a tragic accident so I refused to take part in the programme."

EU leaders discuss finance turmoil
The leaders of Europe's largest economies have arrived in Downing Street for talks on global economic reform designed to head off another Northern Rock-style crisis.
Prime Minister Gordon Brown welcomed French president Nicolas Sarkozy, German chancellor Angela Merkel, Italy's caretaker premier Romano Prodi and EU Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso for informal talks.

Security problems marred Diana's last days
A bodyguard protecting Princess Diana and her lover Dodi al-Fayed said on Tuesday the couple's last days were marred by a string of security problems.
Kieran Wingfield said his requests for more manpower fell on deaf ears and he complained that Dodi kept security staff in the dark about what the ill-fated couple planned to do next.
Wingfield and fellow bodyguard Trevor Rees worked up to 18 hours a day trying to protect the couple on a yachting holiday in the South of France and then in Paris where they died in a car crash along with chauffeur Henri Paul in August 1997.

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