News archive from 13 June 2012

Warning of ‘big brother’ tax collection to East Lancashire firms

EAST Lancashire firms have less than one year before the introduction of a government system to track employee payroll and should prepare now, Blackburn based PM+M Chartered Accountants has warned. The Real Time Information (RTI) scheme will see all...

 
WARSAW ARRESTS PASS 100 MARK

WARSAW ARRESTS PASS 100 MARK

Over 100 people have now been arrested in serious disturbances prior to the start of the Euro 2012 clash between Poland and Russia in Warsaw, police in the city have confirmed. In a statement, the force also confirmed 10 people have been injured -...

Daily Star, 22:06 in Sport
 

Son of Paddy Doherty pleads guilty to death of Elton man by careless driving

THE son of Big Fat Gypsy Weddings star Paddy Doherty has admitted causing the death of an Elton man by careless driving.David Michael Doherty's plea was accepted by the prosecution and a charge of causing death by dangerous driving was dropped. The...

 

OPEC, U.S. government see easing oil market conditions ahead

In its monthly report on market fundamentals, the U.S. Energy Information Administration, or EIA, cut its forecast for oil demand growth this year by 150,000 barrels per day to 810,000 bpd as the European crisis continues to weigh on the world...

Reuters, 22:26 in Business
 

Asia, Latam ease Michael Page euro doldrums

The British firm, which places people in accounting, financial and legal jobs, said trading in Europe had worsened as companies spooked by economic fears in Greece, Italy and Spain held off on hiring, while banking markets continued to choke. Buoyed...

Reuters, 22:26 in Business
 

U.N. experts recommend sanctioning two Iran firms

The recommendation to sanction Iran's Yas Air and SAD Import-Export is included in a confidential report by the panel of experts, seen by Reuters last month, which U.N. Security Council diplomats said was due to be released in the near future. That...

 

Flame visits Desperate Dan statue

The Olympic Torch paid a visit to a statue of comic character Desperate Dan as it reached its final destination on Tuesday's leg of the relay around the UK. The flame was carried by more than 100 torchbearers on its 133-mile journey from Aberdeen to...

 
GREECE EUROZONE EXIT SCRIPT DENIED

GREECE EUROZONE EXIT SCRIPT DENIED

In the build-up to a crucial Greek general election vote on Sunday which could decide the country's financial future in the euro club, a spokesman insisted EU contingency plans were all based on continued membership. "We have no plan providing...

 
Interviews after cyclists forced off road

Interviews after cyclists forced off road

POLICE will be conducting interviews in connection with an incident in which a group of cyclists were forced off the road by a 4x4 as it overtook them. Some among the group of 14 cyclists ended up with injuries including a broken collar bone, bruises...

 

Warsaw arrests pass 100 mark

Over 100 people have now been arrested in serious disturbances prior to the start of the Euro 2012 clash between Poland and Russia in Warsaw, police in the city have confirmed. In a statement, the force also confirmed 10 people have been injured -...

Daily Post, 22:30 in Sport
 

Flame visits Desperate Dan statue

The Olympic Torch paid a visit to a statue of comic character Desperate Dan as it reached its final destination on Tuesday's leg of the relay around the UK. The flame was carried by more than 100 torchbearers on its 133-mile journey from Aberdeen to...

 

Diesel fumes cause cancer, says WHO

He said the fumes affected groups including pedestrians on the street, ship passengers and crew, railway workers, truck drivers, mechanics, miners and people operating heavy machinery. The new classification followed a week-long discussion in Lyon,...

 

Flame visits Desperate Dan statue

Jun 12 2012 The Olympic Torch paid a visit to a statue of comic character Desperate Dan as it reached its final destination on Tuesday's leg of the relay around the UK. The flame was carried by more than 100 torchbearers on its 133-mile journey from...

 

Diesel fumes cause cancer, says WHO

Jun 12 2012 Diesel fumes cause cancer, the World Health Organisation's cancer agency has declared - a ruling it said could make exhaust as important a public health threat as secondhand smoke. The risk of getting cancer from diesel fumes is small,...

 

PM ignored Clegg's probe demands

Jun 12 2012 David Cameron defied repeated calls from Nick Clegg to launch a sleaze probe into Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt's handling of the BSkyB bid, it has been revealed. The Liberal Democrat leader believes the independent adviser on ministerial...

 


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