Archive of May 2005

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USA takes Airbus row to WTO

The USA has said it is to table a former complaint against the EU to the World Trade Organisation.

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    Problem hedges face axe

    From tomorrow local authorities will be able to intervene in disputes between neighbours over high hedges.

  • Blatch will be missed, says Howard

    Baroness Blatch dies

    Shadow Deputy Leader of the House of Lords Baroness Blatch has died of cancer.

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    Hoodless fight back

    Determined to show that all young people are not yobs, the national peer-group helpline Youth2Youth has launched a new web help-page.

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    May 31 is tax freedom day

    According to free market think-tank the Adam Smith Institute, May 31 is the day that Britons stop working for the government and start working for themselves.

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    New inquiry into Rover collapse

    There is to be a independent inquiry into the events surrounding the collapse of MG Rover, Trade and Industry Secretary Alan Johnson announced today.

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    Iraqi officers train in Brecon

    Forty Iraqi army officers have embarked on instructor training with the British Army's Infantry Battle School at Brecon.

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