News archive from 15 July 2013, page 9

Tories dismiss tobacco link 'smear'

Tories have dismissed questions over whether David Cameron's election guru influenced coalition policy on tobacco packaging. Party chairman Grant Shapps hit out at "smears" after Labour asked the Cabinet Secretary to examine Lynton Crosby's...

 

Study into police minorities links

A new study that aims to improve relations between police and black and ethnic minority communities is being released. The research project examining Nottinghamshire Police's relationship with the county's black and ethnic minority (BME) community was...

 

Study into police minorities links

A new study that aims to improve relations between police and black and ethnic minority communities is being released. The research project examining Nottinghamshire Police's relationship with the county's black and ethnic minority (BME) community was...

 

Third night of violence in Belfast

Loyalist rioters have attacked police for a third successive night in Belfast. Trouble again flared in the Woodvale Road area in the north of the city as the fallout from a decision to ban a controversial Orange Order parade passing through the nearby...

 

Tories dismiss tobacco link 'smear'

Tories have dismissed questions over whether David Cameron's election guru influenced coalition policy on tobacco packaging. Party chairman Grant Shapps hit out at "smears" after Labour asked the Cabinet Secretary to examine Lynton Crosby's...

 

Tributes paid to loving firefighter

The family of a firefighter killed tackling a blaze at a city centre shop has paid tribute to a loving father-of-two and "an old-fashioned gentleman". Former soldier Stephen Hunt, 38, was part of a team responding to a fire at Paul's Hair...

 

Killers close out T in the Park

The most popular band with T in the Park fans have taken to the stage at this year's festival to conclude the the 20th anniversary of the event. The Killers topped the poll run by festival organisers to find the act that most people wanted to see in...

 

New jobs 'in low paid industries'

Four in five new jobs are in industries where the average wage is less than £8 an hour, according to researchers. Some 79% of the 587,000 net rise in jobs since June 2010 has come in low-paid industries such as retail and residential care, said the...

 

New jobs 'in low paid industries'

Four in five new jobs are in industries where the average wage is less than £8 an hour, according to researchers. Some 79% of the 587,000 net rise in jobs since June 2010 has come in low-paid industries such as retail and residential care, said the...

 

Study into police minorities links

A new study that aims to improve relations between police and black and ethnic minority communities is being released. The research project examining Nottinghamshire Police's relationship with the county's black and ethnic minority (BME) community was...

 

Tories dismiss tobacco link 'smear'

Tories have dismissed questions over whether David Cameron's election guru influenced coalition policy on tobacco packaging. Party chairman Grant Shapps hit out at "smears" after Labour asked the Cabinet Secretary to examine Lynton Crosby's...

 

That's why she's so popular! Rosie Huntington-Whiteley shows off her much-lauded figure in white bikini...

She's one of the world's most in demand models, with designers and brands fighting to work with her. And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley proved just what all the fuss was about last week as she was spotted posing for pictures in a white bikini at Hayman...

 

Heat may have caused men's deaths

Soaring temperatures may have caused the deaths of two servicemen while training in some of Wales' most rugged terrain, military sources have said. The men had been on an exercise in the Brecon Beacons on Saturday - where temperatures topped 29.5C...

 

Study into police minorities links

A new study that aims to improve relations between police and black and ethnic minority communities is being released. The research project examining Nottinghamshire Police's relationship with the county's black and ethnic minority (BME) community was...

 

Cable planning compensation move

Fraudulent or negligent directors could be forced to compensate creditors, under plans expected to be outlined by Vince Cable. The Business Secretary will announce proposals to boost transparency and trust in British business in a speech to the London...

 


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