News archive from 15 February 2011, page 4

Nikitta murder accused in court

The alleged murderer of mother-to-be Nikitta Grender has appeared in court for the first time charged with the killing. Carl Whant, 26, of Bettws, Newport, south Wales, was charged with the murder of the heavily pregnant 19-year-old on Saturday. The...

People, 00:14 in World News
 

Auto Windscreens in administration

Around 1,100 jobs are under threat after the UK's second largest windscreen repair and replacement firm collapsed into administration. Auto Windscreens called in administrators Deloitte after suffering trading and cash-flow woes. The majority of staff...

People, 00:14 in World News
 

Cameron: Cuts will be unpopular

David Cameron has admitted that the Government's spending cuts would hit "important" areas and make him personally "unpopular". But he insisted he has a "duty" to tackle the deficit left by Labour and rejected claims that...

People, 00:15 in World News
 
MORNING MEETING: CHINA'S POWER COMES WITH RESPONSIBILITY

MORNING MEETING: CHINA'S POWER COMES WITH RESPONSIBILITY

NOW that it is officially the world’s second largest economy China must realise that its new-found economic power comes with responsibility. Its meteoric growth has seen it move into the slot occupied by Japan since 1968 and it is on track to...

 
OIL PRICES TO SOAR AS DEMAND KEEPS RISING, SAYS SHELL

OIL PRICES TO SOAR AS DEMAND KEEPS RISING, SAYS SHELL

OIL prices are set to surge in coming years as supply fails to keep up with burgeoning demand from the booming growth in emerging market economies, Royal Dutch Shell said yesterday. The oil giant’s warning came as the Brent Crude price hit a...

 

Vimpelcom CEO sees high chance for Wind deal success

"Chances that the deal will happen are still rather high from what I hear from shareholders," Izosimov told Reuters in an interview on Monday on the sidelines of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Telenor, which owns 36 percent of...

 

UK death toll up in Afghanistan

The British death toll mounted in Afghanistan after two soldiers were killed in a fire and another was caught in an explosion. The first two soldiers, from the Royal Logistic Corps, were killed in a "domestic fire" at Camp Bastion in...

People, 00:15 in World News
 

Judge rejects Beckham legal action

A judge in the US has dismissed David Beckham's libel and slander case against In Touch magazine. The footballer's lawyer immediately said Beckham will appeal against the ruling and disprove the celebrity tabloid's claims that Beckham cheated on his...

People, 00:15 in World News
 

Police review after family murders

A police force has vowed to carry out a "full and thorough review" into its involvement with a family found dead at the weekend. Aram Abdul Razaq Aziz, 32, is believed to have killed his former partner Joy Small, 24, and their two children...

People, 00:15 in World News
 

Bomber 'tried to radicalise child'

July 7 ringleader Mohammed Sidique Khan tried to radicalise one of his 11-year-old pupils, the inquest into the attacks has heard. Khan befriended the young boy after meeting him through his job as a primary school mentor and attempted to convert him...

People, 00:15 in World News
 
OFT SLAMS GOLD FI RMS OVER PRICES

OFT SLAMS GOLD FI RMS OVER PRICES

THE Office of Fair Trading has cracked down on five gold-buying companies over fears that they were not treating their customers fairly. Cash4Gold, CashMyGold and Postal Gold have agreed to change their business practices following a year-long OFT...

 

Cuts will be unpopular: Cameron

David Cameron has admitted that the Government's spending cuts would hit "important" areas and make him personally "unpopular". But he insisted he has a "duty" to tackle the deficit left by Labour and rejected claims that...

People, 00:15 in World News
 
MARKET REPORT: PHONE TALK STRENGTHENS ARM

MARKET REPORT: PHONE TALK STRENGTHENS ARM

INVESTORS logged on to shares in micro-chip maker ARM Holdings after brokers talked up its prospects at the mobile phone industry’s biggest annual trade fair in Barcelona. ARM’s shares rose 40p to 651p after traders bought the stock on the back of...

 
ROY HODGSON: SACK HURT ME

ROY HODGSON: SACK HURT ME

ROY HODGSON last night set about rescuing West Brom admitting he was wounded by his quickfire sacking at Liverpool. The 63-year-old was booted out of Anfield just five months into his reign as Kenny Dalglish swept in on a tidal wave of emotion....

Daily Star, 00:16 in Sport
 
Barclays profit set to jump

Barclays profit set to jump

Barclays is often a lightning rod for anger about pay in Britain. Diamond has been reported to be in line for a bonus of 9 million pounds, although details of his pay may not emerge until the bank's annual report early next month. It is linking the...

Reuters, 00:19 in Business
 


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