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UK merdia: palavras para que?

Prime Minister Gordon Brown will call for an acceleration of nuclear power - and back calls for a third Heathrow runway - during a speech to business leaders, the Guardian reports.

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Brown To Outline 'Long-Term' Policies

The Times says Labour is facing criticism over a series of

'secret' donations, totalling more than £380,000.

The legality of using intermediaries to give cash so the identity of donors can be kept secret has been questioned.

Kate and Gerry McCann have branded claims they sold missing daughter Madeleine to solve a cash crisis 'laughable', according to the Daily Star.

Hospitals and schools are struggling to cope with a huge influx of babies born to Eastern Europeans, according to the Daily Mail.

Maddy's in perfect hiding place..alive
Search experts say she's now in Morocco They believe she was snatched to order
Victoria Ward In Praia Da Luz, Portugal 26/11/2007
Madeleine McCann was snatched to order and is alive in the "perfect" hideout of Morocco, private detectives said yesterday.
The disclosure came as two new witnesses said they saw a man and woman resembling suspect Robert Murat and girlfriend Michaela Walczuch acting suspiciously at the complex where Madeleine vanished.
Metodo 3 detective agency hired by Kate and Gerry McCann said it picked up a "trail" at the beginning of last month.
Spokesman Francisco Marco said: "We're following this trail. Morocco is the perfect place to hide a kidnapped girl.

KATE and Gerry McCann wrecked the chances of solving the mystery of their daughter’s disappearance by destroying evidence at their holiday apartment, a senior policeman has claimed.
The Portuguese officer, one of the first detectives on the scene after Madeleine’s disappearance, said the flat was such a mess it “looked like there had been an earthquake” and any clues had been “contaminated” by people trampling in and out.

Countering criticisms of the original police investigation he said: “When we arrived at the scene, it was as if there had been an earthquake in the apartment.

“Everything had been turned over and there were more than 10 people there touching everything. How could the evidence not be contaminated?
“Of course, we isolated the scene, but a great deal had already been touched.”
In an interview with Portuguese daily 24 Horas, he said gathering evidence at the apartment had not been a priority at first, as they were initially investigating an abduction.
However, as the police investigation increasingly turned towards the theory that Madeleine had died in the apartment, they found evidence at the scene had been destroyed.

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