Postal vote bedlam looms

Last refreshed at 12:45 31 May 2004 Election officers were working through today to turn away confusion in the European what’s more, nearby government polls. Councils have until tomorrow to finish their postal voting packs. Be that as it may last night a few 15 per penny of ticket papers had still to be finished. A add up to of 18 nearby specialists had not finished the printing. The Government said returning officers, printers what’s…

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10-year-old charged over football brutality

Last refreshed at 12:44 25 May 2004 Police have charged a 10-year-old kid for professedly being included in viciousness following a later football coordinate between rivals Portsmouth what’s more, Southampton. The child, who is of the most reduced age of criminal liability, was captured along with a 14-year-old girl, concurring to Hampshire Police. The boy, from Gosport, Hants, is due to show up some time recently Portsmouth Youth Court on Thursday morning charged with rough…

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Blair flies into Turkey for talks

Last refreshed at 15:08 17 May 2004 Prime Serve Tony Blair has flown into the Turkish capital for a summit eclipsed by Iraq, psychological oppression what’s more, questions over his leadership. Mr Blair’s takeoff from London this morning was postponed as subtle elements of the death of the pioneer of the Iraqi representing chamber at a checkpoint in Baghdad were transferred to him. Just hours some time recently his arrival, aircraft assaulted branches of HSBC,…

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Chirac under weight for EU choice

Last refreshed at 17:08 10 May 2004 French President Jacques Chirac is confronting developing weight to call a choice on the EU constitution after his administering UMP party said the French must be permitted to choose on the charter. While a UMP congress voted recently to battle in support of a choice in June 10-13 European elections, Chirac’s office rehashed that he would choose as it were at the point when EU pioneers meet to…

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Shelter bolster piece ‘unlawful’

The Government’s choice to square state bolster for shelter searchers from eastern European nations which joined the EU at the end of the week was assaulted as “unlawful what’s more, discriminatory” in two test cases at the High Court. Hundreds as of now in the UK confront misfortune of settlement what’s more, subsistence following their change of status to EU nationals on May 1. They were beforehand anticipated from working what’s more, supporting themselves while…

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