Guantanamo suspects given lawful challenge rights

Last refreshed at 15:55 28 June 2004 The US Incomparable Court has ruled that remote psychological oppression suspects at a US military base at Guantanamo Sound in Cuba can utilize the American lawful framework to challenge their detention, a major crush for President George W. Bush. By a 6-3 vote, the judges ruled that American courts do have locale to consider the claims of the detainees who say in their claims they are being held…

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Howard promises NHS right to picked

Last refreshed at 15:24 23 June 2004 Tory pioneer Michael Howard guaranteed a “new approach” to the NHS today, saying Labour’s arrangements had been attempted what’s more, had failed. Mr Howard disclosed the Tories’ new “right to choose”, swearing a Tory government would change the wellbeing service. Under the Tory plans, patients would be capable to pick the healing facility that suited their specific needs Or maybe than the one that suited the Government. Hospitals…

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Harry blows the shriek on celebrating

Last refreshed at 16:45 15 June 2004 Prince Harry has rejected plans for a second hole year after feedback that he was getting to be the “prince of fun”. The 19-year-old presently plans to set out on a vocation in the Armed force at the begin of next year, nine months prior than expected. But the timetable still takes off him with another six months of playing rugby what’s more, polo what’s more, taking remote…

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Youngster kicked the bucket after taking 11 bliss pills

Last refreshed at 16:48 09 June 2004 A 17-year-old understudy kicked the bucket of a huge bliss overdose after taking at minimum 11 of the tablets in one evening, an examination heard today. Jack Elliot was found dead by paramedics at a friend’s house in Gordon Road, Curdridge, close Southampton, Hants, on February 29 this year after taking the class A drug. The A-Level student, who gone to Dwindle Symonds’ School in Winchester, had been…

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