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British ships had nukes in Falklands
Saturday December 6,03:57 AM
British warships during the Falklands War in 1982 carried nuclear depth charges, but the weapons never entered the territorial waters of any Latin American nation, the ministry of Defence says.
Viewers glued to digital TV this Xmas
Saturday December 6,03:54 AM
It's beginning to look like a digital TV Christmas.
Labour rebels ready to topple Blair
Saturday December 6,02:35 AM
Scores of MPs from Tony Blair's ruling Labour Party are prepared to bring down the Prime Minister over the government's controversial higher education bill, according to a survey in the Financial Times.
Bush now a "Top Gun"
Friday December 5,10:46 PM
A U.S. company that sells foot-tall "action figures" of President George W. Bush has added a new "Top Gun" model sporting a fighter pilot's flight suit in time for Christmas.
England to face Wales and N.Ireland
Friday December 5,08:21 PM
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson says his team will not find it easy against rivals Wales and Northern Ireland in their qualifying group for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
Anti-Mugabe camp on top in Commonwealth fight
Friday December 5,07:52 PM
Rich Commonwealth nations opposed to Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe have won the first round of a fight with African countries by securing the re-election of the organisation's anti-Mugabe secretary general.
England faces tough test against neighbours
Friday December 5,06:55 PM
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson says his team will not find it easy against British rivals Wales and Northern Ireland in their qualifying group for the 2006 World Cup in Germany.
World Cup draw good for France
Friday December 5,06:53 PM
France, among the early favourites for the next World Cup despite their flop at last year's finals, are bound to have mixed feelings about what appears to be an easy draw for the 2006 finals in Germany.
England face local rivals in 2006 qualifiers
Friday December 5,06:31 PM
Leading European favourites France, Italy and England have been given a relatively easy ride in the preliminary draw for the 2006 World Cup finals in Germany.
Government probes call centres
Friday December 5,06:20 PM
The government has launched an independent study into what is going wrong at call centres in Britain as tens of thousands of jobs continue to go abroad to countries like India.