An Australian hospital is under attack after an elderly man contracted a life-threatening infection when he was allegedly left on a bedpan for five days.
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Two new models of the Mini will be built at BMW's plant near Oxford, it has been revealed.In a significant boost to Britain's ailing car industry, up to 1,000 new jobs may be created as a result of the move
The body of a whale which washed up on the coast by Barry in the Vale of Glamorgan will be used to provide fuel for power stations.
United Kingdom Independence party's leader says current Speaker represents all that is wrong with British politics today
The vast Andromeda galaxy appears to have expanded by digesting stars from other galaxies, research has shown.
She was one of 18 nominations for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's new cabinet to be approved. Two other women were among three rejected nominees.
Yep no such thing as "democracy" in those "backwards" countries....
This is not the first scheme aimed at extinguishing Palestinian rights under the guise of a "peace process", though it is most disappointing that the Obama administration seems to have learned nothing from the failure of its predecessors.
Quotes From The Perfect Woman:
I'm torn between dining at the 'vagina tandoori' or 'lick a chick'..hmmm
WTF! someone call social services
Oh, and she also knew Tom Cruise in a previous life
read the title, the 50 best characters of one of the best TV drama series in the world
Those of us who have tested the out-runnable fireball law of thermodynamics know that Hollywood blockbusters aren't exactly realistic. That got us wondering, what do the science classrooms look like in the schools that Marty McFly and James T. Kirk attended? How about the computer science labs where the kids from Hackers went to school? We asked you to show us with photoshop.
A county court case brought against the BNP by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) over its racist membership policy was adjourned yesterday after the lawyer for the far-right party said that he had not had time to prepare.
Britain’s financial sector was instrumental in hiding and protecting the ill-gotten wealth of former Chilean military dictator, General Augusto Pinochet.
Minority parties are being priced out of the democratic process because of an "outrageous" absence of state funding for minority parties, the leader of the Green party has warned.
The NHS will have to shed around 137,000 jobs – almost a tenth of its workforce – if it is to meet planned efficiency savings of £20bn, the Department of Health has been warned.
Doctors and psychologists the CIA employed to monitor its "enhanced interrogation" of terror suspects came close to, and may even have committed, unlawful human experimentation, a medical ethics watchdog has alleged.
While Coney Island's future remains murky, a group of local commercial divers are bringing a piece of its glorious past back to the surface
A Louisiana woman has been arrested for stealing a 12-pack of beer by hiding it between her legs.
Ben & Jerry’s has renamed one of its popular ice cream flavors.
The European Commission has unveiled plans to allow more refugees from conflict zones and poor nations into European countries.
US civic engagement remains in the hands of the middle-class despite hopes that the internet would democratise political involvement.
hey kitty kitty, good mornin!
Oil giant BP says it has made a "giant" new oil discovery in its fields in the Gulf of Mexico.
In general, possessed persons are not regarded as evil in themselves, nor wholly responsible for their actions. Therefore, practitioners regard exorcism as more of a cure than a punishment. The mainstream rituals usually take this into account, making sure that there is no violence to the possessed, only that they be tied down if there is potential for violence.