News archive from 20 September 2012

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

Nick Clegg has apologised for breaking an election promise not to increase university tuition fees. Speaking ahead of the Liberal Democrat Party Conference in Brighton, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted he had broken a pledge not to support a rise in...

 

U.N. Security Council split over children and armed conflict

The remaining 11 members of the Security Council voted in favour of the resolution that laid out the mandate for Leila Zerrougui, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's special representative for children and armed conflict. Zerrougui, an Algerian who...

 

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

Nick Clegg has apologised for breaking an election promise not to increase university tuition fees. Speaking ahead of the Liberal Democrat Party Conference in Brighton, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted he had broken a pledge not to support a rise in...

 

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

Nick Clegg has apologised for breaking an election promise not to increase university tuition fees. Speaking ahead of the Liberal Democrat Party Conference in Brighton, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted he had broken a pledge not to support a rise in...

 

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More Batley news Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Batley Bulldogs Local Sport National Sport Football...

 
Is Taiwanese democracy changing Chinese students?

Is Taiwanese democracy changing Chinese students?

In his first year in Taiwan, Chinese student "Paul" spent much of his spare time in bookstores and libraries - not pouring over books for his field of study, but publications banned in China. "I read more than 12 banned books in half a...

BBC, 22:05 in Business
 
Celtic 0 Benfica 0: Hoops open with hard-fought draw

Celtic 0 Benfica 0: Hoops open with hard-fought draw

It was a spirited and determined performance from the Scottish champions but over the course of 90 hard-fought minutes they failed to really trouble the visitors' goal. Indeed, in terms of chances created, the Portuguese side could perhaps claim to...

The Herald, 22:06 in Sport
 

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

HOSPITAL bosses are looking at a plan to scrap Dewsbury's A&E department. News Local Breaking News Email More local News Olympic Torch Live Regional National Health Jobs Apprenticeships Sport Dewsbury Rams Local Sport National Sport Football...

 

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

Nick Clegg has apologised for breaking an election promise not to increase university tuition fees. Speaking ahead of the Liberal Democrat Party Conference in Brighton, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted he had broken a pledge not to support a rise in...

 

Have a say now on 999 plans

A CONSULTATION has begun into plans to close 66 ambulance stations across the region, including Spalding. East Midlands Ambulance Service is to ask the public their views on its Being the Best proposals, which would see the stations replaced with 131...

 
Readers’ pictures...

Readers’ pictures...

"I grew these potatoes in a bag for the first time this year," said Vee King, of Sandtone Gardens, Spalding. “I have no idea what type they are, but imagine my amazement when they all came out with my face on them!” spaldingeditor@jpress.co.uk

 
Danish magazine latest to publish nude Duchess of Cambridge pictures

Danish magazine latest to publish nude Duchess of Cambridge pictures

THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are understood to be considering their options as a Danish magazine plans to publish more topless pictures of Kate. Se & Hoer (See & Hear), a weekly celebrity magazine in Denmark, announced on its website that...

Scotsman, 22:13 in Hot News
 

Clegg apologises over tuition fees

Nick Clegg has apologised for breaking an election promise not to increase university tuition fees. Speaking ahead of the Liberal Democrat Party Conference in Brighton, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted he had broken a pledge not to support a rise in...

 
Greater Manchester police deaths: Police fear other grenades as second man held

Greater Manchester police deaths: Police fear other grenades as second man held

A SECOND man was arrested yesterday in connection with the deaths of two unarmed policewomen in a grenade and gun attack in Manchester. • 28-year-old man detained on suspicion of conspiracy to murder • Police officers Fiona Bone, 32, and Nicola...

Scotsman, 22:13 in Hot News
 

Clegg sorry for tuition fees pledge

Nick Clegg looked to see off any threat to his leadership as he apologised for breaking a Liberal Democrat election promise to oppose any increase in university tuition fees. Speaking ahead of the Liberal Democrat Party conference in Brighton, the...

 


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