Hedge assaults Saddam’s “deceptions”

President George W Bush, bracing the Joined together States for war, said Saddam Hussein has appeared “utter contempt” for the world group what’s more, must be held to account. “The tyrant of Iraq is not disarming. To the contrary, he is deceiving,” the president said in an extract from his State of the Union address discharged early. For the to begin with time since the September 11 assaults changed him into a wartime president, Shrubbery…

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Hoon: 14,000 English troops sent to Inlet

Protection Secretary Geoff Hoon was today declaring the assembly of up to 14,000 English troops to the Bay as arrangement for a ground war with Iraq. Mr Hoon was making a articulation to MPs in the House this afternoon, telling them that the 7th Reinforced Brigade, known as the Abandon Rats, what’s more, 16 Air Strike Detachment are set to send to the region. More than 100 Challenger tanks are too anticipated to be part…

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Long working hours ‘restrict childcare’ for fathers

Fathers of youthful youngsters spend more than two hours a day looking after their adolescents looked at with just 15 minutes a era back be that as it may would do more in the event that they had expanded adaptability at work, new look into appeared today. The Meet Openings Commission (EOC) said Britain’s long hours culture anticipated men from being more included in childcare. Fathers were included in around a third of all childcare,…

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Firefighters to arrange new strike

Firefighters are to arrange a new strike on January 21 since of developing outrage over their halted pay dispute, union pioneers chosen today. Fire Brigades’ Union agents from over the nation too chosen not to take part in new talks at the assuagement service, Acas, next week. Delegates said it would be a finish squander of time holding talks at the point when bosses have made it clear they would be staying to an offer…

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Briton imprisoned after plastered air commandeer risk

A plastered English traveler who undermined to capture a stuffed plane was today imprisoned in Australia. Thomas Lilico, 21, burst into tears as he moved toward becoming the to begin with individual to fall foul of extreme new anti-terrorism laws passed since September 11. The student, of Darlington, Co Durham, was condemned to three months at Cairns Magistrates’ Court. Lilico, voyaging with five friends, was captured at Cairns air terminal recently after splashing the lodge…

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