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PM defends 'tough' riot sentences handed out by courts

17.08.2011
Prime Minister David Cameron has defended courts for handing out tough sentences for those involved in the riots across England. Some MPs and campaigners say some sentences on the more than 1,200 people who have been in court are too harsh. On Tuesday, two men were jailed for four years for using Facebook to incite riots. One of them, Jordan Blackshaw, 21, is to appeal against his sentence. But the PM said it was good that the courts were sending a "tough message". Speaking... Read More

Met officers cleared over hacking misconduct claims

17.08.2011
The former Metropolitan Police commissioner has been cleared of misconduct in his handling of the phone hacking inquiry by the police watchdog. The Independent Police Complaints Commission said Sir Paul Stephenson had not committed any criminal acts. An independent inquiry will examine claims former assistant commissioner John Yates secured a job for a News of the World executive's daughter. Two senior officers resigned from their posts in the wake of the scandal. The IPCC report... Read More

New 'enterprise zones' announced around England

17.08.2011
The government has announced locations for new "enterprise zones" in England to try to boost economic growth. Ministers said 30,000 new jobs would be created by 2015 by giving cheaper business rates, superfast broadband and lower levels of planning control. New zones were announced at sites including Cheshire, Essex, Cornwall, Gosport, Hereford and Humber Estuary. They have been criticised by some, who argue that they will not create jobs but displace them from other areas.... Read More
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Congestion at the Port of Dover

25.07.2011
The UK’s busiest ferry port, Dover, and three ferry operators have called on the government to repair a vital road link or risk the area being hit with serious congestion. Dover Harbour Board, P&O Ferries, DFDS Seaways and SeaFrance have warned that the repercussions of not rapidly addressing lane restrictions at the Roundhill Tunnels in Folkestone, on the A20, caused by failed expansion joints on the Roundhill Viaduct, could lead to severe congestion on a daily basis. A permanent... Read More
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IFW Awards

25.07.2011
The deadline for the IFW Awards has been extended for two weeks. With organisers anticipating 2011 to be the most successful year in the event’s history, companies have asked for more time to prepare their submissions. IFW Editor Kizzi Nkwocha said: “The 2011 awards looks likely to be the biggest we’ve ever held. Many companies have asked for more time so that they can put together the best possible case for an award. “By announcing this extension, we hope... Read More
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Helicopter Crash

25.07.2011
A helicopter has crashed in a field in north Cornwall, killing its pilot. The aircraft came down at about 15:30 BST near Bude. Police are not yet sure if anyone else was on board. The pilot is believed to be a man in his 40s and from the Bristol area. Police said his next of kin had been informed. Following the crash the electricity supply to about 300 customers was cut off but the helicopter did not hit the power lines. 'Strange noises' It is understood Western Power... Read More

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