Archive for the ‘UK News’ Category

Mitt Romney both wins and loses in a week that ensures the fight for the Republican nomination will go on for months

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By Brian Darling PUBLISHED: 15:51 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 15:53 EST, 14 March 2012 This Republican primary fight is never going to end. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney won on Tuesday.  He gathered up the most delegates with strong delegate finishes in Mississippi and Alabama while winning Hawaii and American Samoa. Former Pennsylvania […]

‘Playground mafia’ parents were ‘involved in racist campaign to oust Indian headmistress from primary school’

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By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:53 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 16:53 EST, 14 March 2012 Abuse: Sudhana Singh claimed that she experienced ‘deeply rooted racist views’ when she took over as headteacher of Moorlands Primary School in Reading, Berks A ‘playground mafia’ of racist parents were involved in a campaign to oust an […]

Gay man who fathered child for lesbians wins right to more access

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By Steve Doughty PUBLISHED: 13:57 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 17:36 EST, 14 March 2012 (File picture): Judges ruled in favour of a gay father who wanted access to his son despite the wishes of the child’s lesbian mothers The agonising dilemmas which can result from gay parenthood arrangements were highlighted yesterday by a […]

Historic estate of the Earl of Cardigan is in ‘severe financial difficulties’

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Trustees of the Savernake Estate in Wiltshire tell the High Court of the ‘urgency of the situation’ Lawyers give details of estate’s cash problems during a dispute over ownership of 40 paintings By Anthony Bond PUBLISHED: 17:37 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 17:37 EST, 14 March 2012 An estate which has been home to […]

Indian man who lost his family while begging finally finds home village 25 years on… after spotting it on Google Earth

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By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 17:42 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 17:42 EST, 14 March 2012 An Indian orphan who lost his family while begging when he was just five has been reunited with them 25 years later – after spotting his home village on Google Earth. Saroo Brierley was adopted by an Australian […]

A nation addicted to statins: We would rather pop a pill than live a healthy life, warns Oxford University professor

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By Julian Gavaghan PUBLISHED: 13:26 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 18:02 EST, 14 March 2012 Britain is in danger of becoming a nation of pill-poppers, a leading academic has warned. Professor Sarah Harper, director of Oxford University’s institute of population ageing, said the country’s love affair with medicine means we choose to pop pills […]

Cameron Obama US visit: Dave and George should be in Britain stopping the Lib Dems

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By Stephen Glover PUBLISHED: 17:29 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 18:18 EST, 14 March 2012 The British media and No. 10 spin doctors deem it an enormous honour for the Prime Minister to have been invited on board Air Force One to share a flight with the President of the United States. It’s seen […]

Prince Harry fears his ‘job’ as a Royal is standing in the way of finding his fairytale princess

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Prince hints he is struggling to find someone to fulfill the role as his princess The trainee pilot admits he sometimes wishes he was ‘normal’ Says he will take his grandmother ‘out on the town’ to celebrate Jubilee By Vanessa Allen and Tom Leonard PUBLISHED: 04:10 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 18:19 EST, 14 […]

Zara’s horror as jockey ex-boyfriend is left seriously injured in fall at Cheltenham Festival

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Richard Johnson fell badly on Wishful Thinking during the second day of racing at the famous event 34-year-old fell as his former girlfriend of four years looked on in horror with the Duchess of Cornwall Horse and jockey both recovering well By Katherine Faulkner PUBLISHED: 12:57 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 18:29 EST, 14 […]

Harry Potter studio tour: Inside the film set in Leavesden where the movies were recorded

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By Liz Thomas PUBLISHED: 11:40 EST, 14 March 2012 | UPDATED: 18:49 EST, 14 March 2012 You don’t need a password, a cauldron or a spell book to gain admission. But you may need rather deep pockets. Muggles are being granted access to the hallowed halls of Hogwarts as the Harry Potter film sets are […]

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