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31/12/2007 - 02:52

UK today, Editoweb 31 dec 2007


UK has concerns about Kenyan election - Mother pays tribute to son killed by dog - Saving The Planet, Saving Cash Top New Year Resolutions - Government passes new law to end Russian art row: minister - Tories call for union funding probe.



UK has concerns about Kenyan election
The country has real concerns about reported irregularities in Kenya's election and will be discussing the way forward with international partners, Foreign Secretary David Miliband said on Sunday.
Kenya's President Mwai Kibaki won a second five-year term in a disputed election victory that triggered deadly riots by opposition supporters who accused the government of vote rigging in the former British colony.

Mother pays tribute to son killed by dog
The mother of a year-old boy who died after being attacked by a pet rottweiler has paid tribute to her "sleeping angel". Rebecca Hirst, who turned 18 on Sunday, said her 13-month-old son Archie-Lee would never be forgotten.
"It's so hard for me at this time. My boy was my world. We shared so many precious memories in the short while that we had together," she said in a statement released by West Yorkshire Police.

Saving The Planet, Saving Cash Top New Year Resolutions
Saving the planet and losing weight are among the nation's top New Year resolutions for 2008.
The majority of those questioned for the Sky Real Lives survey said they wanted to start battling the bulge on January 2.
The second most popular resolution was saving money - something that may prove difficult with the predicted credit crunch coming this year.

Government passes new law to end Russian art row: minister
Britain on Sunday said it had passed an order to prevent the seizure of paintings from Russia due in London for an exhibition by people claiming they were looted from their families in the 1917 revolution.
Culture Secretary James Purnell said the order would come into effect Monday and stop exhibits in the Royal Academy's "From Russia" show being claimed by people who say the works belonged to their families.

Tories call for union funding probe
A consumer watchdog has been asked by the Tories to rule whether trade union fundraising from members for the Labour Party is illegal.
It has submitted a dossier of evidence to the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) which, it says, proves workers are being "systematically misled and overcharged" by 20 unions.

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