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10/02/2008 - 22:31

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All clear after gas platform bomb alert - Archbishop ready to defend himself - Market fire could cause job losses - Spring 'arrives even earlier' - Supermarkets face climax of competition probe.



All clear after gas platform bomb alert
The operator of one of Britain's biggest gas fields shut down production and evacuated more than 160 workers from a North Sea platform on Sunday, after a suspicious object sparked a full-scale security alert.
About 14 military and civilian helicopters and a Nimrod surveillance aircraft took part in an operation to evacuate workers from the Safe Scandinavia platform.

Archbishop ready to defend himself
The Archbishop of Canterbury is preparing to defend himself from the furious reaction to his comments on sharia law.
Dr Rowan Williams is thought likely to mention the row during his presidential address to the General Synod in London. He has been embroiled in controversy since Thursday for claiming the adoption of elements of Islamic legal codes in the UK "seems unavoidable".

Market fire could cause job losses
More than 300 people could lose their jobs after a fire ripped through parts of London's famous Camden Market, owners have said. The owners of the Canal Market complex said more than 300 people - stall owners and employees - now face an uncertain future. But they added they are committed to rebuilding the devastated market. The statement reads: "More than 300 people who run stalls in the markets may lose their livelihoods and we will be doing all we can to get them back running their businesses."

Spring 'arrives even earlier'
Spring is being sprung ever earlier with some of the UK's native flowers blooming months before they used to, evidence from Kew Garden suggests. Daffodils at the centre opened in mid January - a week earlier than last year - while English Hawthorn is now expected to flower by the end of February - more than eight weeks before it normally would.

Supermarkets face climax of competition probe
Competition Commission will detail long-awaited remedies this week as part of a two-year investigation to ensure better competition in the UK's 125 billion pound grocery sector. The decision is being closely watched by the largest supermarket groups Tesco , Asda , J. Sainsbury and WM Morrison Supermarkets that stand to be most affected by any changes to the system.

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