News archive from 28 November 2012

Cyril Smith abused boys, say police

Smith, who was elected to Parliament in 1972 and served the constituents of Rochdale for the Lib Dems, was dogged by rumours of abuse throughout his career but charges were never brought. Both Greater Manchester Police (GMP) and the Crown Prosecution...

 

Cyril Smith abused boys, say police

Police have acknowledged for the first time that the late politician Cyril Smith sexually and physically abused young boys in the 1960s. Smith, who was elected to Parliament in 1972 and served the constituents of Rochdale for the Lib Dems, was dogged...

 

Evening of glitz and glamour at Halifax nightclub for two charities

The fashion show and Christmas fair will showcase the wares of Halifax town centre taders. 
Tickets are £7 by calling Rachel at Liquid on 07584 123219.

 

MPs warn PM over Leveson report

David Cameron faces fresh demands to reject statutory regulation of newspapers as he prepares to take delivery of the Leveson report. More than 80 politicians from all three main parties have signed a letter warning the Prime Minister that accepting...

 

Flood devastation 'heartbreaking'

Residents have described the "heartbreaking" damage heavy rain wrought on its flood-ravaged streets and homes - as the body of an elderly woman was pulled from a house. The tiny Welsh city of St Asaph, Denbighshire, became the latest to be...

 

Carlisle man airlifted after injuring chest in fall

A man has been airlifted to hospital with serious chest injuries after falling about 10 feet inside a building at Southwaite, near Carlisle. The man, from Carlisle and in his sixties, was flown by the Great North Air Ambulance to the Royal Victoria...

 

Cyril Smith abused boys, say police

Police have acknowledged for the first time that the late politician Cyril Smith sexually and physically abused young boys in the 1960s. Smith, who was elected to Parliament in 1972 and served the constituents of Rochdale for the Lib Dems, was dogged...

 
Experts to help worried tenants manage their money ahead of benefits shake-up

Experts to help worried tenants manage their money ahead of benefits shake-up

For those people with a spare bedroom, the housing benefit payment will automatically be reduced by 14% of the rent payable on the property. Those with two or more spare bedrooms will see a reduction of 25%. This will mean residents will have to make...

 

Woman injured in Bradford car crash

Woman injured in Bradford car crash A woman was cut free from her car after a crash in Bradford city centre left her with a suspected back injury tonight. Her Toyota Aygo was involved in a smash with two other cars on Station Road at 8.08pm. Fire...

 

MPs warn PM over Leveson report

Nov 27 2012 David Cameron faces fresh demands to reject statutory regulation of newspapers as he prepares to take delivery of the Leveson report. More than 80 politicians from all three main parties have signed a letter warning the Prime Minister...

 

MPs warn PM over Leveson report

David Cameron faces fresh demands to reject statutory regulation of newspapers as he prepares to take delivery of the Leveson report. More than 80 politicians from all three main parties have signed a letter warning the Prime Minister that accepting...

 
Palestinians say no rush to join international court after U.N. vote

Palestinians say no rush to join international court after U.N. vote

The Palestinians appear certain to earn approval in the 193-member U.N. General Assembly for a status upgrade to "observer state" - similar to the Vatican's rank - from observer "entity." The move would implicitly recognize...

 
Death toll rises as Britain reels from worst floods in five years

Death toll rises as Britain reels from worst floods in five years

Hundreds more homes were evacuated across the country, with Wales in particular bearing the brunt as rivers continued to swell.The woman's body was discovered in St Asaph, North Wales, where 100 houses were flooded as the River Elwy rose to 4.3m...

Metro, 22:27 in Hot News
 
The elite's fear of a vote on Europe feeds a populist right

The elite's fear of a vote on Europe feeds a populist right

The Ukip campaign office in Rotherham prepares for the byelection campaign. Photograph: Fabio De Paola The party that David Cameron has described as a "bunch of fruitcakes, loonies and closet racists" couldn't have asked for more. Less than...

 
Former favourite Rosemary Shrager exits I'm A Celebrity after jungle bath

Former favourite Rosemary Shrager exits I'm A Celebrity after jungle bath

The TV chef previously claimed she was 'in it to win it' and had looked on course to take the title, with the TV chef named bookies' favourite after a run-in with darts legend Eric Bristow. But yesterday another run-in with Made In Chelsea's Hugo...

Metro, 22:34 in Showbiz
 


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