Tuesday, 30 March 2010

Scotland loses out in £80m turbine plans
SCOTLAND appears to have lost out on plans by German conglomerate Siemens to invest more than £80 million and create 700 jobs in a new UK factory to manufacture offshore wind turbines.

Mephedrone to be banned after deaths
Dance drug mephedrone will be banned within weeks, Home Secretary Alan Johnson announced today.

Tories attack BBC cuts to niche stations
The shadow Culture Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has questioned the BBC's decision to cut niche radio stations such as 6 Music and BBC Asian Network.


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