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Hope and outrage surround Malala Doctors at the UK hospital where 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai is being treated after a Taliban gun attack said on Monday that they are hopeful she can recover. The Pakistani girl, who arrived in Birmingham on Monday, had a bullet removed from her skull last week. The Taliban's shooting of the 14-year-old schoolgirl has caused

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Once again the will of the terrorist has struck and this time it was against a girl of just 14 years old who was campaigning for better education for girls in Pakistan. The Taliban took exception to this line of protest and shot her in the head. On two levels this is wrong. Firstly because nobody has the right to shoot a young girl in the head for wanting to better herself in a legal manner and secondly, who do they think they are to impose their beliefs on others? While I am not a believer that the Western way is always the best way and countries should be allowed to have their own identities, surely this does not include this kind of behavour? I think that if protests of this kind are done in a manner that does not harm others i.e. you’re not going around with a bomb strapped to you, then that’s OK. Only by allowing people to have their say does the world move on – maybe not always in the right direction but, at least there is choice. Having been educated in the UK where it was everyone’s right to an education – and I had a very decent one – I cannot fathom what it must be like for girls who have a brain in their heads to be stuck in that kind of situation, where all they’re good for is looking after their men and breeding. Fine if that’s what they want but, where’s the choice? The British Government now has the girl in a UK nHS hospital so that she may receive the specialist care now necessary – and, no, the Brits aren’t paying for it, the Pakistani Government is.

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Hope and outrage surround Malala Ameena Saiyid, Managing Director of Oxford University Press Pakistan, said there "has been a national awakening surrounding her case".

Day of prayer Last Friday, school children dedicated prayers to her recovery in morning assemblies and she was also remembered during weekly prayers at mosques across the country. Many prayer leaders condemned the attack, including the chief cleric of Pakistan's largest mosque, Shahi Masjid, in Lahore. He called the young activist an "ambassador of peace and knowledge'". Schools in the Swat Valley closed last Wednesday – the day after the shooting – in protest at the attack. Rallies have also been held in Islamabad, Peshawar, Lahore and Multan as well

as in Malala's hometown of Mingora. The attack has also drawn strong widespread international condemnation. Prime Minister Raja Pervaz Ashraf visited Malala Yousafzai on Friday, the latest politician to do so, and has asked other political leaders to join him in showing solidarity. Army chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, who visited Malala in hospital in Peshawar earlier in the week, said it was time to "stand up to fight the propagators of such a barbaric mindset and their sympathisers". Surgeons in the northwestern city of Peshawar removed the bullet that had entered her skull from close to her spinal cord and she was then moved to a military hospital in Rawalpindi for more specialist treatment. A military statement said a

panel of doctors had recommended she should be "shifted abroad to a UK centre which has the capability to provide integrated care to children who have sustained severe injury". Malala was flown from Pakistan via the United Arab Emirates by air ambulance, almost a week after she and two other schoolgirls were attacked as they returned home from school in Mingora in the Swat Valley. She became widely known

as a campaigner for girls' education in Pakistan as a result of a diary she wrote for BBC Urdu about life under the Taliban, when they banned all girls from attending school. Hospital Medical Director Dr David Rosser said that specialists at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham were "in a good position to treat her" because they had 10 years of experience in treating UK military casualties – and her condition was much the

same as a "battle casualty from a physiological point of view". Once Malala recovers sufficiently, it is thought she will need neurological help as well as treatment to repair or replace damaged bones in her skull. The Taliban have threatened to target her again. She was given tight security for her journey to the UK and officials in Birmingham said they also took security very seriously.

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explicit video taken of herself by Los Yébenes municipal councillor Olvido Hormigos. She made it for her husband, but it ended up on social networking sites. Justice Minister Alberto RuizGallardón told a news conference that the main objective of the Penal Code reform was to stiffen sentences for those found guilty of violent crimes. Other changes include a

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National News Prestige oil spill disaster case in court The captain of the Prestige oil tanker which sank 10 years ago off the coast of Galicia, causing the country's worst ever environmental disaster, went to trial on Tuesday. Greek captain Apostolos Mangouras is accused of causing environmental damage and disregarding the law. The tanker's Greek chief engineer, Nikolaos Argyropoulos, is also accused, along with Filipino first mate Irineo Maloto, who is not in custody. The fourth defendant is Jose Luis Lopez-Sors, who was then head of the Spanish merchant navy. The tanker leaked 50,000 tonnes of oil into the Atlantic when it broke up off the north coast in November 2002, polluting thousands of miles of coastline. Lawyers took nearly eight years to

Purchasing power suffers worst fall Labour Ministry figures released Monday on revealed that salary increases as part of collective agreements in the year up to September were 1.3 per cent, compared with an inflation rate of 3.4 percent. Added

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investigate into the disaster and the case took a further two years to reach trial. Investigators said it was complicated by the range of nationalities involved. The ship flew under the Bahamas flag, but was insured in the UK as part of a Swiss fleet with a largely

Greek crew. Prosecutors are calling for a 12-year prison sentence for Mr Mangouras, should he be found guilty. Fishermen and local authorities affected by the spill are also demanding around €2.2 billion in damages.

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde last week called for financially strapped euro-zone countries such as Spain, Portugal and Greece to be given more slack to reduce their public deficits. All three countries are currently in recession, a situation that will continue into next year. Lagarde told a news conference in Tokyo, where the IMF was holding its annual meeting: "That is

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British man drowns ousands support after yacht capsizes Spanish unity A British man drowned and two others are missing after their yacht capsized off the coast of Galicia. Police named the victim, who was dragged from the water on Sunday night by rescuers near the wreckage of a yacht, as Jan Antoni Krajewski, 72, a Polishborn Briton who lived in London. Local authorities said two others may be missing after witnesses who raised the alarm said they saw two other figures on the 30-foot sailing yacht which capsized and sank after hitting rocks near the port of Cedeira on Sunday evening. Police have video footage of the shipwreck taken by one of the eyewitnesses. Police divers spent Monday morning examining the wreckage of the damaged yacht, which was unnamed and carried no radio or navigation system, and was described as "barely seaworthy". A spokesman for the Civil

While King Juan Carlos, Queen Sofia, Crown Prince Felipe and Princess Letizia attended the military parade to celebrate Spain’s National Day last Friday in Madrid (right), thousands of people converged on Barcelona’s main Catalunya square to pledge their allegiance to Spain. Holding up Spanish and Catalan flags, many of the demonstrators said that there are more Catalans who want to remain in Spain than there are

Guard in La Coruña, which is taking part in the coastguard-coordinated search, said: "A major operation involving two coastguard vessels and a helicopter is ongoing." According to local reports the yacht had arrived in the Spanish port

ten days ago on route from Britain to Greece. It was also reported that Mr Krajewski had been rescued twice last week after experiencing difficulties trying to reach the shore in an inflatable dinghy equipped with an outboard motor.

separatists. Alicia SánchezCamacho, head of the Catalan Partido Popular, said: “We want Artur Mas and the rest of the separatists to take note.” She was referring to the Catalan regional premier who is challenging the central government’s

opposition to a referendum next year. Turnout figures differed greatly – organisers claimed 100,000 were present by the afternoon, the government’s delegate put the figure at around 65,000 while the Catalan police said there were only 6,000.

Police smash Chinese criminal gangs Police arrested 74 people – most of them Chinese nationals – in some 120 raids across the country on Monday in the so-called Emperor Operation. Warrants have been issued for 108 people,

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In Madrid for a series of meetings with Spanish businessmen and officials, the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) leader said that once he takes office on December 1st, he will introduce a series of economic strategies to help “development in my country, but which at the same time will help Spain emerge from the crisis”. On Monday, the Mexico City daily El Universal reported that the Partido Popular (PP) had

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Cuts leave students without books Figures show that some 500,000 school students across the country won't be eligible for state aid to purchase their textbooks because of the stringent cutbacks made in education at the ministerial, regional and local levels. There are 8.05 million students attending classes this year – 136,000 more than the last school year. But the government has implemented cuts of €1.12 billion, which will affect those who rely on aid to buy books. However, the education Ministry said that 15,000 more students will be given grants this year despite the cutback of €185 million for grants. a spokesman said the average amount of the grants will be smaller so that they can be spread out to more students. Madrid

confirmed a Petroleos de Mexico (Pemex) investment of €247 million in the construction of an industrial complex in Galicia for the storage, shipment and deliveries of

oil industry liquids. The project requires the construction of 14 boats in local shipyards and will generate more than 2,500 jobs. Some 7,000 people have lost their jobs in the

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a teenage girl has been arrested in Madrid on suspicion of ordering the death of her older brother after they allegedly fell out because he disapproved of her boyfriend. david Micaelo Guzman, 21, was shot in the head shortly before dawn on august 2nd as he slept in the home he shared with his two siblings. His 16-year-old sister raised the alarm and told police she had seen two masked gunmen running from the property. initially police thought it was a botched robbery but there was no sign of a break-in. They arrested the girl and accused her of persuading her 22–year-old boyfriend and a friend of his to carry out the murder. Both men are in jail.

ree-day school strike begins Secondary schoolchildren across the country started a three-day strike on Tuesday to protest against government cuts.

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University fees have also risen considerably. The students are asking for the resignation of Education Minister Jose Ignacio Wert who said on Monday that the strike has been organised by the “radical extreme Left”.

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The country's first publicly accessible register of child sex offenders has been published online in the state of western Australia. The details available include photographs, names and physical descriptions of nine sex offenders the police have lost track of. Parents will be also able to enter their addresses to see if there are any convicted paedophiles living nearby. however, there are concerns about possible vigilantism and mistaken identity. The western Australia government describes the register as a balancing act between community safety and the ability of the police to manage convicted paedophiles, but legal groups have questioned how useful it will be and raised concerns about the potential for vigilante attacks. chile

Rugby match finally takes place jump using equipment from Equivital, a small UK company. A system strapped to the skydiver's chest wirelessly transmitted data about his heartbeat, respiration, skin

temperature and other vital signs. The scientists monitoring the stunt said it had provided invaluable data for the development of high-performance, high-

altitude parachute systems, and that the lessons learned would inform the development of new ideas for emergency evacuation from vehicles, such as spacecraft passing through the stratosphere.

Karadzic begins war crimes defence in e Hague Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic began his defence at a war crimes court in The Hague on Tuesday, defending himself against 10 charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against

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humanity during the war in the 1990s. He has denied the charges, including the one related to the massacre of more than 7,000 Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) men and

boys by Bosnian Serb troops at Srebrenica in July 1995. He is also being prosecuted over the 44month siege of Sarajevo, in which more than 12,000 civilians died. He has claimed that he did not know

what was taking place on the ground. Police arrested Mr Karadzic in 2008 on a bus in Belgrade after he had been on the run for almost 13 years.

Survivors of a plane crash in the Andes who were kept alive by eating the bodies of the victims played a rugby match at the weekend to mark the 40th anniversary of the accident. The Uruguayan team was travelling from Montevideo to Santiago to play against a local team when their plane crashed on October 13th, 1972. They were located after two passengers took a chance and left on a 10-day trek. Sixteen of the 45 passengers survived in sub-zero temperatures for 72 days. Twelve members of the Uruguayan team travelled to chile to play the match. The farmer who first spotted them and called the emergency services also attended the match. BOTSwAnA

Women allowed to inherit The Botswana high court has overturned a customary law which prevented women from inheriting the family home. The judge ruled that the law contravened the constitution, which guarantees equality for men and women. edith Mmusi and her sisters have fought a five-year legal battle after their nephew Molefi Ramantele said he was the rightful owner of their house. The sisters first contested their nephew's claim in a customary court in 2007 but lost the case and a subsequent appeal before turning to the civil courts. The Attorney General had reportedly agreed that the customary law was discriminatory but argued Botswana was not ready to change it.

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Cuba to end travel permits The government has announced that as of January 14th next year, its citizens will no longer have to obtain exit permits to travel abroad. Cubans currently have to go through a lengthy and expensive process to obtain a permit and dissidents are often denied them. Now all they will need to travel is a valid passport. Under the new regulation, people who have

permanent residency on the island will be allowed to stay abroad for up to 24 months, instead of the current 11, without having to return to renew paperwork. Cubans attempting to leave the country are usually branded as traitors or enemies of the revolution but the government now recognises that many people want to leave for

economic reasons. For nearly half a century, almost all economic activity has been controlled by the state. But President Raul Castro, who took over from his brother Fidel in 2008, has gradually eased restrictions in many areas of politics, business and society.

Google told to rethink privacy policy The European Union told Google in a letter on Tuesday it must change the way it gathers personal information if it is to avoid "high risks to the privacy of users". The letter, which outlined 12 recommendations, was signed by 24 of the EU's 27

data regulators. It follows a nine-month investigation into the company's data collection practices.

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People of Scotland to vote on their future British Prime Minister David Cameron has reached an agreement with Scotland’s First Minister granting Holyrood the power to hold an historic referendum on independence for Scotland. Mr Cameron has had months of negotiations

with Alex Salmond about the ballot, which is likely to be held in two years and will provide for a simple ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ vote. Mr Cameron has pledged that keeping the United Kingdom together is his number one priority, but he says it is up to the people of Scotland and the

Britain to opt out of Euro legislation? Evidence is emerging that Britain is hardening its attitude to European legislation and could opt out of a number of cross border agreements with the European Union, including the European arrest warrant. Home Secretary Theresa May is to tell MPs about the move, which would please Conservative back bench members but would not be so popular with their Liberal Democrat coalition partners. Agreement on the issue is some way off. Prime Minister David Cameron has already

hinted that Britain plans to seize back powers and is to exercise the opt out, although Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said national security and public safety needs to be safeguarded before any agreement can be reached. Some MPs have expressed the view that a number of British citizens have faced unfair trials abroad and it was reported recently that a number of senior ministers have said Britain should threaten to pull out of the EU altogether unless important powers are returned to the UK.

very future of Scotland depends on their verdict. Mr Salmond says he has a mandate to hold the referendum and will be working positively for a ‘Yes’ vote, although early indications are that Scottish voters would elect to remain part of the United Kingdom.

Virgin carries on Virgin, the rail operator, is to be asked to continue to run the West Coast Main Line in Britain following a Department of Transport U-turn over the award of a new franchise. The current franchise was due to end on December 9th, but Virgin chief Richard Branson challenged the award of a new franchise to another operator, putting the whole thing on hold.

Malaria kills penguins The extremely wet summer in Britain has led to an increase in the numbers of mosquitoes being found in homes, although they are more of a nuisance than a

threat to humans. But all is not so well at London Zoo where six penguins have died from an avian strain of malaria

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A moral duty There are fears that many elderly patients are dying in Britain because they are being denied treatment based on their age. Now the Royal College of surgeons is saying that doctors have a moral duty to properly care for older patients who are living longer. Overall health rather than age should be taken into consideration when considering treatment as legislation now demands.

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Pushing Penny I had to smile when I read how evergreen rock star Rod stewart proposed to the slightly younger love of his life Penny Lancaster in a restaurant on the second platform of the eiffel Tower. Rod got down on one knee, asked the question, and waited, and waited, while Penny composed herself, then he said: “Please say something Penny, my knee is killing me!” Vic Gardner WaLes

At the top Cardiff are currently top of the Championship on 22 points and Leicester are second on 21. Demoted Wolves are third and on 19 points ahead of Crystal Palace on goal difference. Brighton are on 18 and Huddersfield and Leeds have 17 points.


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Savile McKinnon gets reprieve inquiry Asperger’s sufferer and computer hacker Gary McKinnon, 46, from North London has won his 10year battle against extradition to the US after Home Secretary Theresa May stepped in to halt proceedings due to fears that he may try to commit suicide if the extradition went ahead. He admitted hacking into US military computers but said he was looking for evidence UFO’s. He would face a sentence of up to 60 years if convicted in the US. She also announced a shake-up of existing extradition arrangements, introducing a forum bar which will allow a UK court to decide if a trial should be brought here instead. She told MPs: "Mr McKinnon is accused of serious crimes but there is also no doubt that he is seriously ill. He has Asperger's syndrome, and suffers from depressive illness. The legal question before me is now whether the extent of that illness is sufficient to preclude extradition. After careful consideration of all of the

relevant material, I have concluded that Mr McKinnon's extradition would give rise to such a high risk of him ending his life that a decision to extradite would be incompatible with Mr McKinnon's human rights. I have therefore withdrawn the extradition order against Mr McKinnon. It will now be for the Director of Public Prosecutions to decide whether Mr McKinnon has a case to answer in a UK court." Following the announcement, Mr McKinnon's mother Janis Sharp said: "Thank you Theresa May from the bottom of my heart – I always knew you had the strength and courage to do the right thing." London mayor Boris Johnson added: "At last, justice and the well-being of Mr McKinnon have prevailed. To extradite a man diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome to America for trial would have been extraordinarily cruel and inhumane. I applaud the Government's stance."

David Cameron could order a public inquiry into the Jimmy Savile scandal once BBC and police investigations are concluded, Downing Street has indicated. Number 10 insisted it was still an option after Labour-led calls for the Government to set up an independent inquiry into the sex abuse allegations. A spokesman said: "Nothing has been ruled out, but our view is it would be premature to prejudge the outcome of the two BBC inquiries and the police investigation." Labour leader Ed Miliband is insisting that the BBC's internal investigations are not enough and the victims deserve more. "We need a broad look at all the public institutions involved – the BBC, parts of the NHS and Broadmoor. This has got to be independent." Police believe the DJ and television presenter's alleged catalogue of child sex abuse could have spanned six decades and included around 60 victims.

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Portugal to reduce toll Seprona chief allegedly organised illegal hunt

The EU has forced the Portuguese government to extend the 15 per cent toll reduction given to companies and those individuals living within a 20 kilometre radius of the

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The toll charge will be reduced by up to 40 per cent on Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays.

Autumn has arrived The cold wind from the west, known as the poniente, has dropped night temperatures to around 15 degrees C while day temperatures will not rise much above 24 degrees,

although there will be the odd day when temperatures rise slightly above the seasonal average. By the end of the week, rains will be sweeping down

from the British Isles, according to the State Meteorological Office, but will only last for a day or two and not all of the province will be affected.

New shop opening hours Malaga City Council is to allow retailers in the city centre to open on Sundays and national holidays and to set their own opening times. A council spokesman said the objective was to fill

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Body of flood victim found The body of a man who was swept away in the September 28th flood in Pizarra was recovered from the sea last week, 20 kilometres away from the town. Fishermen spotted the body floating some 800 metres offshore. The Guardia Civil recovered it and took it to Fuengirola, where it was identified as the 60-year-old forest ranger who had disappeared in the flash floods. He was the last of the seven victims who went missing in Andalucia to be found. Another four were drowned in Murcia. Agricultural experts are still assessing the damage done to crops and livestock to work out the compensation for farmers, many of whom have seen their life’s work destroyed.

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Skates and skateboards to be banned mayor Pedro Fernández montes has announced that skates and skateboards are to be banned in public areas and can only be used on the courts in the Villa Deportiva. He said that the council had received many complaints from residents and visitors and that the move was in line with article 6.1 of the ordinance on the protection and defence of peaceful coexistence. The mayor said the local Police would only warn skaters until October 31st but as of november 1st skates and skateboards would be confiscated. Their owners can reclaim them on payment of fines ranging from €600 to €15,000. marbella

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bservers both foreign and national can be forgiven if they are under the impression that there is only one upcoming regional election – that of Catalonia on November 25th. However, there are in fact two more – in Galicia and the Basque Country this coming Sunday, but Catalan regional premier Artur Mas is making sure they get little media coverage. This man is even more of an expert than crusading judge Baltasar Garzon at grabbing the headlines, although admittedly the government and others are doing their best to help him. Minister José Ignacio Wert caused an uproar last Thursday when he said the government wants to “hispanicize Catalan students.” What he meant was that Catalan students should be educated in both Spanish and Catalan to help them feel proud of being both Spanish and Catalan. Mas immediately accused the central government of trying to turn the clock back to the Franco dictatorship. “They think we should explain the history of Spain the way they would like to explain it themselves,” Mas said, “but Catalan schools teach the history of Spain as a multinational state, not like the 'one, great and free' of Franco’s time." By Monday, the whole thing was turning into a farce. As regional premier, Mas had to attend the gala dinner held every year to name the winner of one of Spain’s most prestigious literary awards, the Planeta. Education Minister Wert also attended as did the owner of the Planeta publishing group, José Manuel Lara.

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o there you had Mas, the Messiah who will lead Catalonia out of Spain, Lara, who has said he will lead his publishing group out of Catalonia if it ever becomes independent, and poor old Wert who still seems to be recovering from the shock of having caused such a fuss.

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arlier in the day, Mas had threatened to take the demand for a referendum on the issue of Catalan independence to Europe if Madrid insists

on rejecting it: “If they won’t let us consult the people, what we will have to do is explain this to Brussels; we will have to internationalize the conflict.” The almost immediate reply from Brussels was that the question of EU membership for an independent Catalan state would only be considered if Spain requested it. I think it was just a polite way of saying – no way Artur.

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he Catalans have been irritating me for years with their insistence on speaking Catalan on national television. This means that the TV stations have to take the time and trouble to translate their spoutings into the country’s official language, Spanish, which everybody but a handful of old people in the remotest areas of the Basque Country, Galicia, the Balearic Islands and Catalonia speak. These translations are usually run across the bottom of the TV screen without a voice-over in Spanish to help the slow readers.

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n recent weeks, it seems that every Catalan from Artur Mas down has forgotten every word of Spanish they ever knew. Don’t they realise it’s not the best way to get their message across? I’m a quick reader in both English and Spanish and I have a hard time keeping up with the subtitles, even with my glasses on and sitting close to the screen. From reports in the media, it seems Spaniards are generally very slow readers. A fair percentage of them have to wear glasses and another smaller percentage can’t even read. They can’t blame us non-Catalan speakers if we just switch off mentally until the news gets back to a language we can understand. The Basques, being much more intelligent, don’t speak Basque when on national television and I suspect that many of the politicians there don’t speak it in private either. Current regional premier Patxi Lopez only started perfecting his grasp of Basque when he ran in the last regional election.

ith voters geared to go to the polls in two regions on Sunday, the elections in Galicia will be a bellwether of sorts for an up-and-coming political formation that has been organised by a convicted former banker who served a jail sentence for what was Spain’s biggest banking scandal of the 1990s. Mario Conde, the disgraced former president of Banco Español de Credito, better known as Banesto, is running for a spot in the Galician parliament on behalf of his group Civil Society and Democracy (SCD), a conservative party organised earlier this month that is calling for radical changes in Spain’s political and judicial structures. Conde is a bright man with bright ideas, even though he is plagued by a sordid past. The 67-year-old Galician has been making the late night talk show circuit explaining his ideas on why Spain needs to dismantle the dominance of the two-party system and set up a fairer arrangement that allows voters to directly select their own representatives. According to the SCD bylaws, supporters are proposing to eliminate public financing of parties and guarantee the independence of the judiciary by de-politicizing the court system.

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he Conde movement has raised concerns in the Partido Popular (PP) in Galicia which sees it as a threat to the ruling party’s hold on conservative values there. It also fears that the SCD proposals – especially those calling for the breaking up of political monopolies in state institutions – could turn out to be heavy-handed electoral weapons at a time when Spaniards are profoundly frustrated with the system at hand. Conde has his own bone to pick with the PP and the Socialists. While he continues to maintain his innocence for the Banesto embezzlement, he blames the judges who convicted him for working alongside the two major parties to get him out of the way. This isn’t the first time this lawyer has tried to push for political reforms. In the middle of the banking scandal he had been proactive in trying to get his ideas across to Spanish society; even his close friendship with King Juan Carlos was seen as a threat.

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n late 1993, the Bank of Spain took over Banesto after discovering a €5 billion hole in its books. Conde, who at 39 became one of the youngest bank presidents in Spain just six years earlier, was fired. Prosecutors later accused him of diverting some of the money to offshore accounts and using false

documents to make the transfers look legal. He was also accused in another money transfer scheme known as the Argentia Trust case and served 16 months before being released and again sent to prison for 20 years for the Banesto scandal following his convictions by the Supreme Court in 2002. He was finally released in 2007 for good behaviour. Now many are wondering if a convicted felon can make it in politics. But in Spain, almost anything is possible.

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aintaining that he has proof that he was railroaded, Conde has written a few books where he pleads his innocence and lays out his ground rules for pluralism and institutional reforms. He has always been somewhat of a flamboyant character ever since he came on the scene as the dashing banker in the late 1980s, when he successfully headed off a hostile takeover of Banesto by BBV – the first of its kind in Spain. Known as “the shark,” Conde became the epitome of the excesses and jet-set lifestyle of the 1980s as Spain was just awakening from a nearly 40-year Franco dictatorship and discovering what a new life had to offer. Conde says he made a lot of his money in the pharmaceutical industry before arriving at Banesto, when he and his partner sold a company they owned in Galicia to an Italian conglomerate. It was said to be the biggest financial transaction to have taken place in Spain at that time.

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f he should win Sunday’s race Conde hopes to use the Galician parliament as a springboard to the national arena, in which he hopes in the next two general elections the SCD will win seats in Parliament. But in the meantime the legal problems just won’t go away. The High Court earlier this month announced that it had embargoed four properties in Majorca on suspicion that Conde owns them through a ghost company in Luxembourg. The court’s reasoning for the embargo is that Conde has not finished paying his share of the fine and compensation he and other Banesto directors owe stockholders. He has denied this and has challenged the High Court to send a judicial commission to Luxembourg to find out who really owns the property. “Why now? What has happened? Haven’t they had time in the past 12 years? What is new?” he asks in a statement. “Legally, nothing new has happened. What is new is that I have decided to run in the Galician parliamentary elections.” It is all up in the air whether Conde will get his comeback.


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“Taking the Leap!” It all started back on July 30th, after a restless night’s sleep. I woke up and dragged myself to the bathroom. I turned and caught a view of myself in the mirror. “Oh my God, what is this Hulk of fat looking back at me” I thought. Yes, I know that in the past I had been told to lose weight by the doctor but I was shocked! Here I was, 32-years-old, looking at nearly 25 stone of monster, I thought. “How did I get here? What had I done to myself?” I have never been the smallest person but it never bothered me what people thought but that day it sickened me. I took a shower then decided to visit a social networking site, to see if I could cheer myself up. Usually one of the comments makes me laugh. The first post to appear was from Sandie Ashing, someone I had known for about six years but hadn´t seen for at least two (the type of person on your friends’ list that you never see but as long as they are posting you know they are OK). She was publishing results that she had achieved in weight loss from a process she was taking part in, called a “Hypnotic Gastric Band”. At this point I’m thinking “I want those results, I need to know more.” Automatically I began to type a message to Sandie to ask for more information. I told her “It’s for a friend”, so she didn’t think I had an issue with my weight. Then I waited… A few hours later I received a message back saying to visit www.facebook.com /pages/ Hypno-GastricBand and that the whole process had been started

by Stuart Ashing, Sandie´s husband and professional hypnotist/hypnotherapist. I was to call Stuart to discuss my “friend’s” situation. This was it, I was going to have to admit it was me with the problem, what was I going to do?.. I fought with myself to gather the courage to make that Leap, to make that call to Stuart, the step to telling someone how I was feeling, what I wanted….. no…. what I needed to help me. I dialled and the ringing started… why was I so nervous? I knew Stuart, we had talked loads of times, why was this any different? There was a buzz and then I heard Stuart’s relaxing voice. Why had I been worried? It was just Stuart … but this time it was Stuart the hypnotherapist not Stuart the man. During this conversation, which lasted around an hour, my confidence in Stuart grew until the point where I just blurted out “It’s me there is no “friend”. I was shocked when Stuart responded with, “I know, I’ve always known. You just needed that to help you make the first step”. After this revelation, the conversation got to the point that Stuart asked the all-important questions, “What would it mean to you to lose weight? And are you fully committed to the process?”. My answers were simple, it would mean a lot as I would be able to do what I wanted, and yes, I was ready to commit fully to the process! “This is what I need from you” said Stuart “a one week food diary (and it does need to be honest!), and I need you to come and see us so we can weigh and measure you before we start.” The

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quickly. My diary was complete. I looked at the list in front of me and thought it didn´t look too bad. The shock was to come when Sandie took the diary and entered it into a computer program she has, to analyse the calorie content and nutritional values, such as protein, carbohydrates and fat. It calculates your recommended daily calorie intake, based on your height, weight and activity level, and informs you what is required to maintain your weight and how many calories are needed to lose or gain weight (obviously weight gain wasn´t needed in my case!) and the date that you are expected to reach your ideal weight That was it – the results were in. My body, based on my height (197 cm) and weight (162 kg), needed 3500 calories a day to maintain my weight. My honest food diary had highlighted the fact that my average daily intake was nearly double that… I wasn´t just maintaining weight I was actually adding to it. I needed help and I needed it NOW!

This is the science bit… Stuart took me to his office where we discussed possible reasons for my over-eating. Back in December 1999, I had a major car accident, and the doctor had said that if I had weighed less, I wouldn´t have survived the accident. Bingo!!! That was it! That was why I had been

embracing the weight. It had saved my life and was therefore a good thing. In reality, of course, based on information from Spanish doctors, it was the reason I couldn´t have the vital operation on my legs and was ultimately going to be the cause of my death. At lunch, Sandie started discussing my food diary in depth, commenting “It´s all the take-aways and fizzy pop that’s causing the problems.” She didn’t know that I’m a trained chef and those take-aways were all homemade. “If you’re a trained chef, why do you eat so much rubbish?” she said. Simple answer, I’m lazy, if there is only me at home, I just grab junk food rather than cook. After lunch, back to Stuart’s office, where the “magic” happened. All I can say is, one minute I was there, the next minute nearly an hour had passed and my stomach felt different. That was it! I was in the group, I was part of TEAM HGB, and I was ready to take on the world…. P.S. The date for my ideal weight is 13th December 2013, which also, quite spookily, is the 14th anniversary of the car accident. Destiny or something more sinister!? (Pictured above: Adrian’s first step on the scales) More from Adrian soon.


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words he simply opened fire on Blaney’s much larger force, sending one of his ships, a gunboat, to the bottom and badly damaging another two. Somewhat put out by this unexpected turn of events Lord Blaney retreated – only to return later that night with heavy cannon. Poor old Blaney really wasn't getting the hang of this siege business and left his cannon under light guard on the beach in view of the castle. This presented too much of a temptation for the Polish troops. Sensing an opportunity, they seized the cannon and shelled the British forces and ships still at anchor. Understandably annoyed, Blaney counter attacked in force. The Poles retreated back inside the castle but not before they set fire to all of the remaining British gunpowder and ammunition. It was all going downhill badly for Lord Blaney with worse still to come . Unbeknown to him 60 more Polish troops stationed in Mijas had slipped unseen through the confused British line and joined their pals in the castle. Blaney re-stocked, re-organised and reattacked the Fuengirola

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castle with renewed determination – only to be out-flanked in a surprise attack by another 400 Polish reinforcements and 30 mounted light cavalry French Dragoons who had arrived in double quick time from another second French garrison town, Alhaurin El Grande. Along with the now inspired 160 or so men from inside the castle the battle of Fuengirola was really under way. The vicious hand-to-hand fighting on the the beach inflicted heavy casualties on both sides. The outnumbered but battle-hardened Poles slowly turned the tables, routing the British forces and putting them under fire once again from their own cannon. Major General Lord Blaney stood his ground bravely but was finally knocked down and taken prisoner. The Poles relieved him of his later-to-be-famous sword and sent it off to their museum in Krakow where it still hangs today as a testament to the brave but bloody Polish victory over the British at Fuengirola on 15th October 1810. written by Pete Woodall Woody’s Los Boliches

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Friendship Day with Sweden There is a wall of nations in Mijas Pueblo that was inaugurated last year. Now the Swedish community in Mijas has been honoured with the first ceramic plaque. Yesterday, Tuesday 16th, there was the celebration of The Friendship Day with Sweden. It was, of course, attended by some celebrities, like the Swedish Consul from Malaga; Pedro Megias González, the mayor of Mijas; Ángel Nozal and Anette Skou, the coordinator from the Foreign Department in Mijas Town Hall. Entertainment was a group of musicians and folk dancers; Sundsvalls Folkdansgille, from Sundsvall a town 400 km (app. 248 miles) north of Stockholm. They were all dressed with typical folk-

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Your Weekly Entertainment Guide INSIDE THIS WEEK Last Chance - Guys and Dolls finishes at Salon Varietes this weekend Modern and Crossover - Coming to Parka’s in Calahonda this Saturday Horsing around - Natural horsemanship Saturday workshops in Coin

Pògs Pub Rock Party Weekend Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st October Pògs live music bar in Fuengirola are celebrating their “it's already one year since we reopened anniversary” and doing it in style. The come-back and welcome-back to the winter party weekend features Monkey Tennis (pictured) on the Saturday night and The Steve Nelson Band on Sunday, for the relaunch of the popular 6pm Sunday Session.

A big welcome to all action Monkey Tennis who haven't played Pógs since before the summer so expect some great new tunes from them. Both these talented bands put on a real show and enjoy a good following here on the coast.

Ten days later, on Wednesday the 31st is the 2012 Pògs Halloween Party. Pógs is a recognised “party magnet” especially when it comes to Halloweeners so if “freaky costume” is your thing, and as the moon's still full come along. Ahouwl! This year the theme is loosely “Past Musicians”, as in, dead ringers for deceased singers.

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Estepona Floral Art Club Fabulous opening night at e Cotton Club Established over 10 years ago, Estepona Floral Art Club is a very friendly club on the Costa del Sol, with members and visitors coming from Nerja to Gibraltar.

Once a month there is a flower arranging demonstration, where spectacular displays are created live on stage. There are also workshops for those who want to learn practical skills, coffee mornings and special events. Members and visitors are most

welcome to attend and do not need any prior knowledge of flowers or flower arranging to enjoy the Club’s events. Members are of various nationalities but all meetings are in English.

For more information and photographs, please see the Club’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/estep onafloralartclub. If you are already a Facebook user, please click ‘Like’ to receive regular updates on the Club’s activities and events. Alternatively, please call Barbara on 951 17 05 73 or send an email to esteponafloralartclub@hot mail.com to join the mailing list for the monthly Newsletter.

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Situated in Las Rampas, the Cotton Club is run by French born Michel and is certain to be a sure fire success if Friday’s live music and ambiance was anything to go by. Mar, an electric acoustic duo from Malaga played an incredible set consisting of original and unique arrangements of the music of Prince, AC/DC, Lynard Skynard and many more. Hearing such well known rock numbers performed in a gentle folksy style was quite an experience. The Cotton Club has an amazing selection of beer on offer... over 40, from all over the world, Japan, Australia, the Czech Republic, Belgium,to name but a few of their countries of origin. If you are not a beer person, try one of the Cotton Club Cocktails with over 25 to choose from!

Michel intends The Cotton Club to be a venue that everyone can enjoy, so he will ‘mix it up a bit’ music wise, covering different genres every weekend ... Jazz, blues, soft rock, piano bar etc. The locale itself is very welcoming, from its subterranian fully stocked bar, leading down to the stage area, then further down to a comfortable lounge area with sofas and a grand piano … it is most definitely the place to be!

who are performing again this Friday (19th October), and on Saturday (20th) you can catch some blues and rock with the Mama Paul Blues Trio. The live music begins at 11p.m. and there is a small cover charge of €3. So for an evening of great music and atmosphere, visit the Cotton Club this weekend.

For those of you who missed this great evening, you have another chance to see Mar

Supper and quiz next Friday for local charity ARCH (The Andalucian Rescue Centre for Horses) invites you to an Autumn General Knowledge Quiz Night at Venta Miralmonte (Ctra A404 from Coin to Alhaurin el Grande) on Friday 26th October starting at 7.30pm. For the cost of €11 per person there will be a welcome glass of cava, a tasty quiz night supper

from the kitchens of Miralmonte and a raffle with some exciting prizes donated by local businesses. Why not go along and support your local rescue centre and enjoy a great evening? Tickets are available at Venta Miralmonte or you can call Claire on 635 798 219.


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The Salon Varietes Theatre, Fuengirola are currently presenting Frank Loesser's award winning musical Guys and Dolls, last performance this Sunday 21st October. Nathan Detroit, a professional gambler, uses his considerable charm to convince Sarah Brown that he is a reformed sinner, and that he will deliver a dozen sinners to her Mission if she will have dinner with him at his favourite restaurant. She reluctantly agrees – find out what happens next at the Salon Varietes. Call the box office 952 474 542 for tickets tickets.

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This Saturday, 20th October is a Mod and Crossover night. So, what is “Mod and Crossover”? Mod was the first true English R&B phenomenon. The most crucial Mod music was on what came to be known as "Tamla/Motown" (the label Motown singles were released on in the UK). The Mods, generally more middle-class folk who dressed in a collegiate style preferred the new R&B to traditional rock. The typical Mod song fused the harder,

earlier Motown R&B sound with traditional British pop virtues; as a result, the songs were slick, uptempo, yet soulful, featuring hard guitars and drums but also pop harmonies and, typically, sporting a cynical attitude about romance. Crossover music is when a song or album from one style of music –bluegrass, for instance – finds popularity in another genre of music sales, such as the pop music charts. This can happen when an artist who normally records in one genre "crosses over" to record in a different genre, or when a song in one style suddenly appeals to listeners of another style. So, if a band or singer would normally sing and play rock music, for

instance, they come out of the zone they’re known for and you may well hear something quite different. The largest figure to date for a crossover hit in the US has come from Grammy Award-winning country singer LeAnn Rimes, whose song "How Do I Live?" sold over three million copies and spent a world-record-breaking 69 weeks on the Hot 100 chart, more than any other song in history at the time, despite peaking only at number 2. It was also a massive hit in Europe. So this weeekend, to hear some truly great sounds that have never gone out of fashion, and probably never will, go along to Parka’s Scooter Bar for an evening to remember. Parka’s is at the bottom of The Strip’s hill in Calahonda and just a bit back from the road.

Go natural, meet new friends and learn new techniques to hire one for the morning. Spectators are welcome and refreshments are available. Make new friends, discover new ideas, and try new techniques. Discover why so many more horse people are

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MOVIES TO WATCH OUT FOR

TAKEN 2 Directed by Olivier Megaton Starring: Liam Neeson, Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen This follow-up to the hugely successful Taken, a slow burner at the box office which became a word-of-mouth megahit, may have had the critics howling that it's not much more than a simple rehash of the first movie's plot, but that hasn't stopped it topping the Box Office in the United States and picking up big audiences around the world. Liam Neeson reprises his role as retired CIA agent and freelance security expert Bryan Mills. He arranges to meet his ex-wife Lenore (Janssen) and daughter Kim (Grace) in Istanbul where he is working. But the father of one of the kidnappers Mills killed while rescuing his daughter in Paris – as seen in Taken – is out to avenge his son's death.

In the first movie Kim was snatched by sex traffickers and Mills wreaked a bloody revenge on the Albanian gang members in a brutally slick, snappily paced movie that had viewers on the edge of their seats. This is an equally pacy sequel and after Murad (Rade Serbedzija) swears revenge over his dead son's coffin the scene is set for another lively romp but this time Istanbul

provides the backdrop. Lenore is the one who is taken, and Bryan enlists the help of Kim as he sets off to prove that he may be 60 but hasn't lost his lethal 'skill set'. Liam Neeson handles the fist fights and gun battles with the aplomb he showed in the first movie and everything rattles along in entertaining fashion. So, not one for the critics, but a sure fire hit for audiences.

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news Your outlook on the World

Magazine n 21

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HOROSCOPES

by Cathy Stronach

For your personal birth chart please contact cathy.stronach@gmail.com www.cathystronach.com ARIES

March 21st April 19th

TAURUS

April 20th May 20th

GEMINI

May 21st June 21st

CANCER

June 22nd July 22nd

LEO

July 23rd August 22nd

VIRGO

August 23rd September 22nd

Pay attention to the details, check out all the facts and figures twice if need be as you are likely to miss important details as you check out the bigger picture. Base your actions and decisions upon proven facts even if that means questioning and challenging others to prove the claims or promises they are making. ‘A stitch in time saves nine’ is the key here, being strong and fastidious now can save you needless aggravation in the near future.

Kym’s Kitchen ...you don’t have to be a chef!

This recipe makes the most of the autumn ‘fall’ of fruit. A warming dessert for the winter days ahead. Serves six with custard or cream.

APPLE & PEAR NUTTY CRUMBLE Ingredients:

This is your week for communicating clearly and with ease all that you have struggled to convey recently. Saturn has stepped in and is reminding you that your words carry with them chain reactions so you are likely to pay attention to what you are saying. You may be inspired to start a healthier regime – all it takes is commitment from yourself to set the ball rolling. Where things have become out of balance you will wish to re-address them. It is all about the element of surprise this week, the shock factor, whether it is a clever idea or coming in through the side entrance, you are determined to take something by storm. A battle will finally take a turn for the better and an impressive chain of events will lead to a certain breakthrough. Something of primary importance will be finalised, a victory will be won to enable you to move freely again. Regardless of what might be going on around you there is a place of safety that you can retreat to as you collect your thoughts and assemble your feelings – you are being given a space of ‘protection’ right now. It is this type of protection that will allow you to step to the front and assume command and control knowing that your actions are on track for long term happiness. A passionate weekend beckons as you feel an energetic lift within. Conversations that have been left unfinished with words left unsaid will now have the opportunity to be clarified. Once this has occurred you will start to feel far more open and carefree, well able to soar above any negativity that is around you. Problems or challenges are about to fade into the past and these are to be replaced with freedom and happiness. There is still lots of work to be getting on with though and you are the only one that can do it. Everything may feel far from perfect this week but you have the key to turning it all round. Belief in yourself enables you to be confident and inwardly prepared. Success is one thought away from failure so keep optimistic, remain focused and keep organised, the confidence will follow. Even if you have to fake it until you make it, it will be worth the concentration, soon you will be flying and others will have a time keeping up with you.

serves 6

• 6 apples, peeled & cored • Juice of 1 lemon • A knob of butter • 4 pears, cored & quartered & then sliced • A large pinch of ground cinnamon • 150 grams of caster sugar • 150 grams of walnut pieces • 200 grams of soft margarine, cut into pieces • 350 grams of plain flour • 150 grams of Demerara sugar Directions Cut the apple into pieces and place in a pan with the lemon juice, a knob of butter and four tablespoons of water. Heat gently for 4 minutes and then add the pear slices with the cinnamon and caster sugar. Cook for another 3-4 minutes until the fruit just begins to soften. Tip into a 6cm (2”) deep, 26cm (10”) oven-proof dish. Using a food processor, blitz half the walnuts to a fine consistency like ground almonds and pulse the other half to a course texture. In a large bowl, rub the soft margarine into the flour with your fingers and then stir in all of

the walnuts and the Demerara sugar until well combined. This mixture should resemble large breadcrumbs. Scatter the mixture over the softened fruit. Bake in a moderate to hot oven at 190˚C (170˚C fan)/Gas Mark 5 for 30 minutes until the crumble is golden brown. Allow to cool for a few minutes before serving. This weeks recipe was sent in by Ian Wooldridge, Head Chef at Kimbridge Farm, near Romsey

LIBRA

A shift or move of career direction could be on the cards, your working life could be set to change, new doors of opportunity are opening up for you, although you may have to bear in mind the effect it will have on another and it is quite likely you will have to weigh things up, before making a decision. September 23rd - Your home life becomes important and you will wish to spend more time with October 22nd loved ones and on improving your residence artistically.

SCORPIO

October 23rd November 21st

A greater hope and a sense of promise is swelling within you and as Saturn secures itself in your sign and buckles down for the long haul, you too will be making a new commitment to yourself which will give you the nudge you need to ‘get on’ and the comforting feeling of steady support. Adjust your compass and evaluate the crew members on your ship, you can now see what is possible out into the distance; it will allow you to set your course accurately.

SAGITTARIUS It is the moment when you realise if something is going to happen on time a group effort is what is called for, it is likely to be you who assembles the team and chooses those that share a common goal. Finances and your personal assets will rise to the fore and you may be wise to start to save for a rainy day, November 22nd - or make provisions for that X factor that crops up when you least expect it. December 21st The weekend brings many social invitations and fun.

CAPRICORN Life does not always have to be about climbing a mountain, sometimes you can allow yourself to stop and revel in the beauty and admire the view. This is one of those moments, a time to consolidate, pause and accept where you are and how far you have come. This is a much needed space to recharge, reDecember 22nd - evaluate and reflect on all that you have achieved and all the changes and January 19th sacrifices you have made, before you begin your journey again to the peak.

AQUARIUS

January 20th February 18th

PISCES

February 19th March 20th

Are we in a rebellious mood right now? It is like you have had the shackles taken off you this week and it is your time to ‘kick back’ pushing up against authority or the mainstream in some way. Crazy breakthroughs are indeed probable that will not only surprise others but also yourself. A domino effect of productive networking that spreads quickly and effectively will enhance your popularity. There is no stopping you this week.

Each passing day you will continue to gain and grow in strength and confidence, at the moment though you will probably feel a bit unsettled as a new and better life is calling out to you. Shortly you can expect the drain of the struggles to start to fade away and it will be much easier to accomplish what now take tremendous effort. You just have to roll with whatever happens and take the risks and chances that feel right for you.

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Health &beauty

News - Breakthroughs - Treatments - Trends

Sitting for long periods Mineral water slows can be bad for you Alzheimer's decline Remaining seated for a long time increases the risk of diabetes, heart disease and death, according to researchers at Leicester and Loughborough Universities. They said the opportunities for sedentary behaviour in modern society – such as watching TV, sitting in a car or using a computer are "ubiquitous". They added that although going to the gym or pool after work is better than heading straight for the sofa, spending a long time sitting down remains bad for you. They said: "People convince themselves they are living a healthy lifestyle, doing their 30 minutes of exercise a day, but they need to think about the other 23.5 hours.” The researchers arrived at their conclusion after analysing 18 existing studies involving almost 800,000 people. Each of the studies they assessed used different measures – for example more or less than 14 hours a week watching TV, or selfreported sitting time of less than three hours a day to more than eight. The researchers said this means it is not possible to give an absolute limit for how much sedentary time is bad for you. The strongest

associations in the analysis were between prolonged sitting and diabetes. There is evidence that being sedentary negatively affects glucose levels and increases insulin resistance – but scientists do not yet know how. The researchers said the study's message could help those at high risk of diabetes, such as obese people or those of South Asian ethnic origin, because it was an easy lifestyle change to make. They said there are many ways people can reduce sitting time, such as breaking up long periods at the computer at work by placing their laptop on a filing cabinet: "We can have standing meetings, we can walk during the lunch break, and we can look to reduce TV viewing in the evenings by seeking

out less behaviours."

sedentary

A spokesman for Diabetes UK said: "Aside from any direct effect reducing the amount of time you spend sitting down may have, getting more physical activity is a great way of helping maintain a healthy weight, which is the best way of minimising your risk of Type 2 diabetes."

Drinking a litre of mineral water every day can prevent cognitive decline in Alzheimer's sufferers by removing aluminium from their bodies, according to a new study. British researchers found drinking silicon-rich mineral water "significantly reduced" the levels of neurotoxin aluminium in the body, potentially slowing decline in Alzheimer's patients. Aluminium has long been linked to the development of Alzheimer's but no scientific relationship has yet been proved. The patients who took part in the study and drank a litre of mineral water every day for 13 weeks saw a huge reduction in their aluminium levels, with a number showing drops of 50, 60 and 70 per cent.

The tests include memory questions and 'simple' tasks such as drawing a clock face – people with a deteriorating function may struggle to put the numbers in the right place. After 13 weeks, cognitive function in eight of the 15

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Contemporary lifestyle and celebrity gossip Naughty people say it just keeps the peace

New app for smartphones … will it protect you from jealous spouses or will it just keep them in the dark? CATE has arrived in the UK. So what, rather than who, is CATE?

will not show up, even if they call.

The new app for your smartphone hides calls and texts from contacts that you want to keep away from prying eyes and, if you happen to be caught red-handed you can just shake the phone and it will all disappear!

It was invented by Neal Desai, who received funding from Shark Tank, a U.S. TV show and, unlike other 'stealthy' apps, there's no evidence it's even there – there is no app icon. Instead, users dial 4444 as if phoning a normal number, and the app's menu pops up.

CATE - Call And Text Eraser – hides texts inside a secret “locker” in smartphones that you can only access when the app is open. While it is running, numbers set to 'secret'

The app is available now via Android market priced at £3.22 and the makers claim that 70% of customers have been women. Worryingly, it has been downloaded and installed

nearly 10,000 times. And they are working on a version for the iphone but it will only be available if Apple OK it for their phones. However, if 10,000 have already been downloaded it seems unlikely that they will block it.

DJ AJ Plenty of Coffee Schoolgirl Amber Jacobs has made a future career for herself earlier than most – after becoming the world's youngest DJ aged just six. The youngster, from Pershore, Worcs, has a 30-minute weekly slot on her dad's radio show on internet station TBFM Online, where listeners tune in from around the globe. Amber's favourite tunes come from Ozzy Osbourne and Rob Zombie.

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Since opening its first coffee shop in the UK in 1998, Starbucks has racked up over £3bn in sales but shelled out just £8.6m in income taxes, according to new research.In the latest example of tax avoidance by a multinational company, Reuters revealed that for the past three years the coffee chain reported a loss at its UK business. As a result it paid no income tax in Britain – but over the same period, its sales hit

£1.2bn. By comparison, McDonald's paid a tax bill of over £80m on £3.6bn of UK sales, and KFC incurred taxes of £36m on sales worth £1.1bn. There is no suggestion Starbucks has done anything illegal – according to accounts filed with Companies House, Starbucks has made no profit in the UK over the past 10 years. And the name of their accountant is .....

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Sun, Oct 21st 12:10am

Drop Dead Gorgeous A film crew arrives in a small American town to make a documentary about the local teenage beauty pageant. Although a talented dancer seems a likely winner, the ruthlessly ambitious organiser is willing to go to any lengths to ensure her own daughter comes first, while a series of suspicious deaths begins to dominate proceedings.

FILM

Sat, Oct 20th 10:45pm

Kill Bill: Vol 1 A female assassin wakes from a four-year coma and promptly sets out on a campaign to wipe out her erstwhile colleagues, who tried to kill her at her own wedding - one of whom is now the kingpin of the Tokyo underworld. The first part of Quentin Tarantino's two-part martial arts thriller,starring Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu, Vivica A Fox, Daryl Hannah and David Carradine.

FILM

Sat, Oct 20th 11:35pm

Jarhead A fresh-faced Marine's boot-camp training turns into a real tour of duty when he is sent to fight in the first Gulf War. However, the desert action is not what the new recruit expected - the willing soldiers are forced to wait for hours in searing heat, while their day is punctuated by moments of terror. Drama, based on the book by veteran Anthony Swofford, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Jamie Foxx.

FILM

Sun, Oct 21st 10:30pm

Ghost The spirit of a murdered executive tries to find a way to help his girlfriend bring his killer to justice and enlists the aid of a fraudulent medium - who is amazed and baffled when her psychic abilities turn out to be all too real. Romantic fantasy, starring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Tom Goldwyn and an Oscar-winning Whoopi Goldberg.

FILM

Sun, Oct 21st 5:20pm

Dumbo Disney animated adventure following the fortunes of a plucky young elephant with oversized ears. Mocked by his fellow circus performers, Dumbo finally finds a friend in an enterprising mouse, who helps the poor animal overcome his inhibitions and find fame and fortune as the world's only flying elephant.

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Fri, Oct 19th 7:10pm

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WEDNESDAY October 17th 6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Helicopter Heroes 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News; Weather 11:00am Claimed and Shamed 11:30am Cash in the Attic 12:13pm BBC News; Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News; Weather 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News; Weather; 3:05pm Horrible Histories 3:35pm Lockie Leonard 3:55pm Leon 4:00pm Hacker Time

4:30pm Stepping Up 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News 7:00pm The One Show 8:00pm Watchdog 9:00pm Who Do You Think You Are? 10:00pm BBC News 10:35pm The Lottery Draws 10:45pm Not Going Out 11:15pm It's a Wonderful Afterlife 12:50am Weatherview 12:55am See Hear 1:25am Andrew Marr's History of the World 2:25am Hilary Devey's Women at the Top

www.thenewsonline.es Celebrating it’s 40th year on our screens, Emmerdale gives us a week of some superb episodes highlighted by the 1 hour LIVE special tonight (Weds). Births, marriages and a death in the village, and more than one villager struggles with guilt in the aftermath of the death.

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6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Helicopter Heroes 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News; Weather 11:00am Claimed and Shamed 11:30am Cash in the Attic 12:13pm BBC News; Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News; Weather 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News; Weather; 3:05pm Horrible Histories 3:35pm Lockie Leonard 3:55pm Leon 4:00pm Hacker Time 4:30pm Show Me What You're

Made Of 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News 7:00pm The One Show 7:30pm EastEnders 8:00pm Waterloo Road 9:00pm Hunted 10:00pm BBC News 10:35pm Question Time 11:35pm This Week 12:20am Holiday Weatherview 12:25am Kill at Will? America on Trial - Panorama 12:55am Countryfile 1:55am Andrew Marr's History of the World 2:55am Dead Good Job

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Helicopter Heroes 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News; Weather 11:00am Claimed and Shamed 11:30am Cash in the Attic 12:13pm BBC News; 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News; Weather 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News; Weather; 3:05pm Horrible Histories 3:35pm Lockie Leonard 3:55pm Leon 4:00pm Hacker Time

4:30pm Blue Peter 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News 7:00pm The One Show 7:30pm Nigel Slater's Dish of the Day 8:00pm EastEnders 8:30pm Miranda 9:00pm Have I Got News for You 9:30pm Me and Mrs Jones 10:00pm BBC News 10:35pm Graham Norton 11:20pm The Lottery Draws 11:30pm Would I Lie to You? 12:00am EastEnders 1:55am Weatherview

9:40am The Koala Brothers 9:50am Get Squiggling! 10:05am Nuzzle and Scratch 10:25am Driver Dan's Story Train 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am Daily Politics 1:00pm See Hear 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm Weakest Link 3:00pm Wanted Down Under 3:45pm Paul Martin's Handmade Revolution 4:30pm Breakaway 5:15pm Antiques Road Trip 6:00pm Eggheads 6:30pm Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two

7:00pm The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 8:00pm Great British Food Revival 9:00pm Welcome to India 10:00pm The Culture Show 10:30pm Newsnight 11:20pm Girl Model: Storyville 12:35am HARDtalk 1:00am Newsday 1:30am ABC World News 2:00am BBC News 2:30am Asia Business Report 2:45am Sport Today 3:00am BBC News 3:30am Asia Business Report 3:45am Sport Today

9:50am Get Squiggling! 10:05am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle & Scratch 10:25am Driver Dan's Story Train 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm Daily Politics 1:00pm Restoration Roadshow 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm Weakest Link 3:00pm Wanted Down Under 3:45pm Paul Martin's Handmade Revolution 4:30pm Breakaway 5:15pm Antiques Road Trip 6:00pm Eggheads

6:30pm Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two 7:00pm The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 8:00pm Wartime Farm 9:00pm The Choir: Sing While You Work 10:00pm Hebburn 10:30pm Newsnight 11:20pm Ian Hislop's Stiff Upper Lip - An Emotional History of Britain 12:20am The Culture Show 12:50am HARDtalk 1:00am Newsday 1:30am ABC World News 2:00am BBC World News 2:30am Asia Business Report 2:45am Sport Today

10:05am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle & Scratch 10:25am Driver Dan's Story Train 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm Daily Politics 1:00pm Restoration Roadshow 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm Weakest Link 3:00pm Wanted Down Under 3:45pm Paul Martin's Handmade Revolution 4:30pm Breakaway 5:15pm Antiques Road Trip

6:00pm Eggheads 6:30pm Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two 7:00pm The Many Faces of Dame Judi Dench 8:00pm Mastermind 8:30pm Gardeners' World 9:00pm Queen of Tigers: Natural World Special 10:00pm QI 10:30pm Newsnight 11:00pm The Review Show 11:45pm Weather 11:50pm Later with Jools Holland 12:55am The Silence of Lorna 2:35am The Week in Parliament

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 1:55pm London News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 3:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 3:59pm London Weather 4:00pm May the Best House Win - Viva Espana 5:00pm The Chase

6:00pm London Tonight 6:30pm ITV News and Weather 7:00pm Emmerdale 8:00pm All Star Mr & Mrs 9:00pm DCI Banks 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 10:30pm London News and Weather 10:35pm Exposure 11:35pm Perspectives: Looking for Lowry 12:30am Jackpot247 3:00am Columbo: Etude in Black 4:40am ITV Nightscreen

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News 1:55pm London News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 3:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 3:59pm London Weather 4:00pm May the Best House Win Vive la France 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm London Tonight

6:30pm ITV News 7:00pm Emmerdale 7:30pm Is Technology Taking Over Our Lives?: Tonight 8:00pm Emmerdale 9:00pm Homefront 10:00pm ITV News at Ten 10:30pm London News 10:35pm Corfu: A Tale of Two Islands 11:05pm Grimefighters 11:35pm The Late Debate 12:05am The Jonathan Ross Show 1:00am Jackpot247 3:00am Is Technology Taking Over Our Lives?: Tonight 3:25am ITV Nightscreen

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 1:55pm London News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 3:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 3:59pm London Weather 4:00pm May the Best House Win - Viva Espana 5:00pm The Chase

6:00pm London Tonight 6:30pm ITV News and Weather 7:00pm Emmerdale 7:30pm Coronation Street 8:00pm Island Hospital 8:30pm Coronation Street 9:00pm Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Felicity Kendal 10:00pm ITV News at Ten 10:30pm London News 10:35pm Scarface 1:35am Jackpot247 3:00am Columbo: The Greenhouse Jungle 4:15am ITV Nightscreen

6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:00am Frasier 10:00am Undercover Boss USA 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun 12:00pm Channel 4 News 12:05pm Come Dine with Me 12:35pm Come Dine with Me 1:05pm Come Dine with Me 1:35pm Come Dine with Me 2:05pm Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal

5:00pm Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Hollyoaks 7:00pm Channel 4 News 7:55pm Stand Up to Cancer 8:00pm The Food Hospital 9:00pm Grand Designs 10:00pm Shameless 11:05pm Random Acts 11:10pm 2 Broke Girls 11:40pm New Girl 12:05am Mercury Prize: 2012 Albums of the Year Live 12:55am Spotlight: Indie and Rock 1:10am Fire 3:05am Misfits

7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:00am Frasier 10:00am Undercover Boss USA 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun 12:00pm Channel 4 News 12:05pm Come Dine with Me 12:35pm Come Dine with Me 1:05pm Come Dine with Me 1:35pm Come Dine with Me 2:05pm Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Come Dine with Me

6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Hollyoaks 7:00pm Channel 4 News 7:55pm Stand Up to Cancer 8:00pm Location, Location, Location 9:00pm Embarrassing Bodies 10:00pm My Tattoo Addiction 11:05pm 999: What's Your Emergency? 12:10am Random Acts 12:15am Jewish Mum of the Year 1:10am Jews at Ten 1:35am Sing for Your Life 2:30am Sex, Death and the Meaning of Life 3:25am My Kidney and Me

6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Freshly Squeezed 7:30am According to Jim 7:55am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:30am Everybody Loves Raymond 9:00am Frasier 9:30am Frasier 10:00am Undercover Boss USA 11:00am A Place in the Sun 12:00pm Channel 4 News Midday Summary 12:05pm Come Dine with Me 12:35pm Come Dine with Me 1:05pm Come Dine with Me

1:35pm Come Dine with Me 2:05pm Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Hollyoaks 7:00pm Channel 4 News 7:30pm Stand Up to Cancer 12:00am Comedy World Cup 1:00am My Name Is Earl 1:25am Bob's Burgers 1:45am Napoleon Dynamite 2:10am Allen Gregory 2:35am Misfits 3:30am Charlie's Angels

7:20am The Mr Men Show 7:35am Thomas & Friends 7:45am Make Way for Noddy 8:00am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:30am Roary the Racing Car 8:40am Peppa Pig 8:45am Bananas in Pyjamas 9:00am Abby's Flying Fairy School 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:15am Shark 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12:15pm CSI: NY 1:15pm Home and Away 1:45pm Neighbours 2:15pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

3:15pm Devil Winds 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Neighbours 6:00pm Home and Away 6:30pm 5 News at 6.30 7:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers 8:00pm New Emergency Bikers 9:00pm Dallas 10:00pm Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 10:55pm Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 11:50pm Serial Killing Saviour: Born to Kill? 12:50am Forensic Files 1:15am SuperCasino 3:55am Great Artists

6:55am Little Princess 7:10am Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom 7:20am The Mr Men Show 7:35am Thomas & Friends 7:45am Make Way for Noddy 8:00am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:25am Peppa Pig 8:30am Roary the Racing Car 8:40am Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 8:45am Bananas in Pyjamas 9:00am Abby's Flying Fairy School 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:15am Shark 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime

12:15pm CSI: NY 1:15pm Home and Away 1:45pm Neighbours 2:15pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3:15pm Picking Up and Dropping Off 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Neighbours 6:00pm Home and Away 6:30pm 5 News at 6.30 7:00pm Classic Car Rescue 8:00pm Heroes of the Skies 9:00pm Pale Rider 11:25pm How Do They Do It? 12:00am SuperCasino 3:55am Great Artists 4:20am House Doctor

6:55am Little Princess 7:10am Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom 7:20am The Mr Men Show 7:35am Thomas & Friends 7:45am Make Way for Noddy 8:00am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:25am Peppa Pig 8:30am Roary the Racing Car 8:45am Bananas in Pyjamas 8:55am Milkshake! Monkey 9:00am Abby's Flying Fairy School 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:15am Shark 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12:15pm CSI: NY

1:15pm Home and Away 1:45pm Neighbours 2:15pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3:15pm After the Fall 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Neighbours 6:00pm Home and Away 6:30pm 5 News at 6.30 7:00pm Heroes of the Skies 8:00pm Eddie Stobart: Trucks and Trailers 9:00pm Being Liverpool 10:00pm Rocky Balboa 12:00am SuperCasino 4:00am Motorsport Mundial 4:25am House Doctor

7:00pm Be Your Own Boss 8:00pm Gavin & Stacey 8:30pm Gavin & Stacey 9:00pm Come Fly with Me 9:30pm Come Fly with Me 10:00pm Unzipped 10:45pm Family Guy 11:10pm Family Guy 11:30pm American Dad! 11:55pm American Dad!

12:15am Unzipped 1:00am Be Your Own Boss 2:00am Gavin & Stacey 2:30am Gavin & Stacey 3:00am Don't Tell the Bride

7:00pm Pop's Greatest Dance Crazes 7:15pm Merlin 8:00pm Don't Tell the Bride 9:00pm Russell Howard's Good News 9:30pm Cuckoo 10:00pm Wilfred 10:20pm Great Movie Mistakes

10:30pm EastEnders 11:00pm Family Guy 11:45pm American Dad! 12:30am Russell Howard's Good News 1:00am Cuckoo 1:30am Wilfred 1:50am Don't Tell the Bride 2:50am Unzipped 3:35am Cuckoo

7:00pm Great Movie Mistakes 2011: Not in 3D 7:10pm Movie: Meet the Fockers 9:00pm Unzipped 9:45pm Russell Howard's Good News Extra 10:30pm EastEnders 11:00pm Cuckoo 11:30pm Family Guy

11:55pm Family Guy 12:15am American Dad! 12:40am American Dad! 1:00am Unzipped 1:45am Russell Howard's Good News Extra 2:30am Cuckoo 3:00am Be Your Own Boss


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My Tattoo Addiction

Tue, Oct 23rd 8:00pm

This documentary explores the world of tattoos; the artists, the reasons why people have them and what happens when they regret them. From a drunken dare to tattoo addictions, My Tattoo Addiction seeks to discover what people’s tattoos say about their lives and tells some of the compelling stories that lie beneath the surface of body art. There are over an estimated 20 million tattoos in Britain and full arm, leg, chest, back and even head tattoos are now more popular than ever.

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6:00am Breakfast 10:00am Saturday Kitchen Live 11:30am Nigellissima 12:00pm BBC News; Regional News and Weather 12:15pm Football Focus 1:00pm Bargain Hunt 1:30pm Racing from Ascot 4:30pm Final Score 5:20pm BBC News; Regional News and Weather 5:40pm Pointless Celebrities 6:30pm Strictly Come Dancing 8:25pm Merlin 9:10pm Casualty 10:00pm The National

Lottery Saturday Night Draws 10:10pm BBC News; Weather 10:30pm Match of the Day 12:00am The Football League Show 1:20am Weatherview 1:25am BBC News 1:30am The Bottom Line 2:00am BBC News 2:30am Dateline London 3:00am BBC News 3:30am Talking Books 4:00am BBC News 4:30am Click

6:00am Breakfast 7:30am Match of the Day 9:00am The Andrew Marr Show 10:00am Sunday Morning Live 11:00am Sunday Politics 12:15pm Exiled: The Ugandan Asian Story 12:45pm Country Tracks 1:40pm Bargain Hunt 2:40pm Escape to the Country 3:25pm Nature's Miracle Babies 4:25pm Lifeline 4:35pm Points of View 4:50pm Songs of Praise 5:30pm Nigel Slater's Dish of

the Day 6:00pm BBC News 6:20pm Countryfile 7:20pm Strictly Come Dancing: The Results 8:00pm Antiques Roadshow 9:00pm Andrew Marr's History of the World 10:00pm BBC News 10:25pm Match of the Day 2 11:25pm The Graham Norton Show 12:10am Movie: Drop Dead Gorgeous 1:40am Weatherview 1:45am The Choir: Sing While You Work 2:45am Holby City 3:45am The Paradise

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Helicopter Heroes 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News 11:00am Claimed and Shamed 11:30am Cash in the Attic 12:13pm BBC News; Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News; 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News 3:05pm Deadly Top 10 3:35pm Lockie Leonard 3:55pm Leon 4:00pm Prank Patrol Down Under

4:25pm Shaun the Sheep 4:30pm Sam & Mark's Big Wind Up 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News 7:00pm The One Show 7:30pm Inside Out 8:00pm EastEnders 8:30pm Gambling Nation Panorama 9:00pm New Tricks 10:00pm BBC News 10:35pm Have I Got a Bit More News for You 11:20pm Our War 12:20am Weatherview 12:25am Wartime Farm 1:25am Masters of Money

6:00am Breakfast 9:15am Helicopter Heroes 10:00am Homes Under the Hammer 10:58am BBC News; Weather 11:00am Claimed and Shamed 11:30am Cash in the Attic 12:13pm BBC News; Weather 12:15pm Bargain Hunt 1:00pm BBC News; Weather 1:45pm Doctors 2:15pm Escape to the Country 3:00pm BBC News; Weather; 3:05pm Deadly Top 10 3:35pm Lockie Leonard 4:00pm Prank Patrol Down Under

4:25pm Shaun the Sheep 4:30pm Trade Your Way to the USA 5:00pm Newsround 5:15pm Pointless 6:00pm BBC News 7:00pm The One Show 7:30pm EastEnders 8:00pm Holby City 9:00pm The Paradise 10:00pm BBC News 10:35pm Golden Oldies 11:35pm At First Sight 1:40am Weatherview 1:45am Watchdog 2:45am Neighbourhood Watched 3:30am How We Won the War 4:00am BBC News

7:00am Roar 7:30am Bear Behaving Badly 7:55am The Scooby-Doo Show 8:20am Dennis and Gnasher 8:30am Trapped Ever After 9:00am 12 Again 9:30am Sorry, I've Got No Head 10:00am The Ministry of Curious Stuff 10:25am Deadly 60 Bites 10:35am Splatalot 11:00am Prank Patrol 11:30am Diddy Movies 11:45am MOTD Kickabout 12:05pm Apache Territory

1:15pm The Deadly Companions 2:45pm Live International Rugby League 5:00pm Wartime Farm 6:00pm Escape to the Country 6:30pm Flog It! 7:30pm Maid in Britain 8:30pm Dad's Army 9:00pm QI XL 9:45pm The Thick of It 10:45pm Movie: Kill Bill: Vol 1 12:30am How the Brits Rocked America: Go West 1:30am Darkness

6:10am Finley the Fire Engine 6:20am Little Robots 6:30am 64 Zoo Lane 6:45am Rastamouse 7:00am Roar 7:30am Deadly 60 Bites 7:35am Copycats 8:05am Paradise Cafe 8:30am Live MotoGP 10:00am Saturday Kitchen Best Bites 11:30am The Great British Bake Off 12:35pm MotoGP 2:05pm Triathlon 4:30pm Flog It! 5:30pm Indian Ocean with Simon Reeve 6:30pm Fawlty Towers

7:00pm Top Gear 8:00pm Secret Universe: The Hidden Life of the Cell 9:00pm Dragons' Den 10:00pm You've Been Trumped 11:30pm Hebburn 12:00am Never Mind the Buzzcocks 12:30am Scenes of a Sexual Nature 2:00am BBC News 2:30am Asia Business Report 2:45am Sport Today 3:00am BBC News 3:30am Asia Business Report 3:45am Sport Today 4:00am BBC News

9:40am The Koala Brothers 9:50am Get Squiggling! 10:05am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle & Scratch 10:25am Driver Dan's Story Train 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm Daily Politics 1:00pm Restoration Roadshow 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm Weakest Link 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Breakaway 5:15pm Antiques Road Trip 6:00pm Eggheads

6:30pm Strictly Come Dancing - It Takes Two 7:00pm The Great British Bake Off Masterclass 8:00pm University Challenge 8:30pm Nigellissima 9:00pm Prehistoric Autopsy 10:00pm Never Mind the Buzzcocks 10:30pm Newsnight 11:20pm Dragons' Den 12:20am You've Been Trumped 1:50am ABC World News with Diane Sawyer 2:00am BBC News 2:30am Asia Business Report 2:45am Sport Today 3:00am BBC News

9:50am Get Squiggling! 10:05am Hoof and Safety with Nuzzle & Scratch 10:25am Driver Dan's Story Train 10:40am Waybuloo 11:00am In the Night Garden 11:30am BBC World News 12:00pm Daily Politics 1:00pm Restoration Roadshow 1:30pm To Buy or Not to Buy 2:15pm Weakest Link 3:00pm Real Rescues 3:45pm Flog It! 4:30pm Breakaway 5:15pm Antiques Road Trip 6:00pm Eggheads 6:30pm Strictly Come Dancing

- It Takes Two 7:00pm The Hairy Bikers: Mums Know Best 8:00pm The Great British Bake Off Revisited 9:00pm Prehistoric Autopsy 10:00pm Later Live - with Jools Holland 10:30pm Newsnight 11:20pm The Choir: Sing While You Work 12:20am BBC News 12:30am HARDtalk 1:00am Newsday 1:30am ABC World News 2:00am BBC World News 2:30am Asia Business Report 2:45am Sport Today 3:00am BBC World News

6:45pm ITV News and Weather 7:00pm Surprise Surprise 8:00pm The X Factor Results 9:00pm Downton Abbey 10:05pm ITV News and Weather 10:20pm Piers Morgan's Life Stories: Felicity Kendal 11:20pm Strictly Kosher 12:15am The Store 2:15am British Superbike Championship Highlights 3:30am Motorsport UK 4:20am ITV Nightscreen

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 1:55pm London News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 3:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 3:59pm London Weather 4:00pm May the Best House Win Vive la France 5:00pm The Chase 6:00pm London Tonight

6:30pm ITV News and Weather 7:00pm Emmerdale 7:30pm Coronation Street 8:00pm Little England 8:30pm Coronation Street 9:00pm Monroe 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 10:30pm London News and Weather 10:35pm The Agenda 11:05pm Enter the Dragon 12:55am Jackpot247 3:00am Champions League Weekly 3:25am ITV Nightscreen 4:35am The Jeremy Kyle

6:00am Daybreak 8:30am Lorraine 9:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show 10:30am This Morning 12:30pm Loose Women 1:30pm ITV News and Weather 1:55pm London News and Weather 2:00pm Dickinson's Real Deal 3:00pm The Alan Titchmarsh Show 3:59pm London Weather 4:00pm May the Best House Win - Viva Espana 5:00pm The Chase

6:00pm London Tonight 6:30pm ITV News and Weather 7:00pm Emmerdale 7:30pm Live UEFA Champions League 10:00pm ITV News at Ten and Weather 10:30pm London News and Weather 10:35pm UEFA Champions League: Extra Time 11:35pm Take Me Out 12:35am Jackpot247 3:00am Golden Balls 3:50am ITV Nightscreen

6:00am CITV 9:25am ITV News 9:30am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 10:25am The Jeremy Kyle Show USA 11:20am Dinner Date: Australia 12:15pm ITV News and Weather 12:25pm All Star Family Fortunes 1:25pm Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot 3:00pm Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith 5:35pm London Tonight 5:50pm ITV News and

Weather 6:05pm New You've Been Framed! 6:35pm Fool Britannia 7:05pm Take Me Out 8:20pm The X Factor 10:20pm The Jonathan Ross Show 11:20pm ITV News and Weather 11:35pm Movie: Jarhead 1:45am The Store 3:00am Ladette to Lady: Australia 3:50am ITV Nightscreen

6:00am CITV 9:25am ITV News 9:30am House Gift 10:25am There's No Taste Like Home 11:25am Dickinson's Real Deal 12:25pm ITV News and Weather 12:35pm Murder, She Wrote 1:30pm The FA Cup Draw 2:00pm The X Factor 4:00pm The Home of Fabulous Cakes 5:00pm Downton Abbey 6:00pm Cornwall with Caroline Quentin 6:30pm London Tonight

6:10am The Hoobs 7:00am British Formula Ford 7:25am Freesports on 4 7:55am The Morning Line 8:55am Ellie Goulding: iTunes Festival 2012 Special 9:25am Made in Chelsea 10:30am Revenge 11:25am Suburgatory 11:55am The Big Bang Theory 12:20pm The Big Bang Theory 12:50pm The Big Bang Theory 1:25pm The Simpsons 1:55pm Channel 4 Racing 3:55pm Come Dine with Me: Ireland

4:25pm Come Dine with Me: Ireland 4:55pm Come Dine with Me: Ireland 5:25pm Come Dine with Me: Ireland 5:55pm Come Dine with Me: Ireland 6:25pm Channel 4 News 7:00pm Comedy World Cup 8:00pm The Million Pound Drop Live 9:15pm The Taking of Pelham 123 11:20pm High Crimes 1:30am Hollyoaks 3:40am Emily's Song 3:55am Deal or No Deal

6:00am The Treacle People 6:10am The Hoobs 6:35am The Hoobs 7:00am Channel 4 Presents Hannah 7:05am Terrex Adventure Race 8:00am Will & Grace 8:30am Frasier 9:00am Frasier 9:30am Sunday Brunch 11:55am The Big Bang Theory 12:25pm The Big Bang Theory 12:50pm The Simpsons 1:25pm The Simpsons 1:50pm Star Trek: Insurrection 3:50pm Deal or No Deal 4:50pm Come Dine with Me

5:55pm Channel 4 News 6:00pm Inkheart 8:00pm How Britain Worked 9:00pm Homeland 10:00pm Friday Night Dinner 10:30pm Movie: Ghost 12:55am American Football Live 4:45am Brief Encounters of the Sporting Mind 4:50am Grudge Match

7:35am According to Jim 8:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:30am Frasier 9:30am The Big Bang Theory 10:00am Undercover Boss USA 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun 12:00pm Channel 4 News 12:05pm Come Dine with Me 12:35pm Come Dine with Me 1:05pm Come Dine with Me 1:35pm Come Dine with Me 2:05pm Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal 5:00pm Jamie's 15 Minute

Meals 5:30pm Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Hollyoaks 7:00pm Channel 4 News 7:55pm 4thought.tv 8:00pm Do You Know Your Partner's Past? 8:30pm Food Unwrapped 9:00pm 999: What's Your Emergency? 10:00pm 8 Out of 10 Cats 10:50pm Comedy World Cup 11:55pm Random Acts 12:00am Shameless 1:00am The Good Wife 2:25am Misfits 3:20am The Devil and Miss Jones

7:05am Freshly Squeezed 7:35am According to Jim 8:00am Everybody Loves Raymond 8:35am Frasier 9:35am The Big Bang Theory 10:00am Undercover Boss USA 11:00am A Place in the Sun: Summer Sun 12:00pm Channel 4 News 12:05pm Come Dine with Me 12:35pm Come Dine with Me 1:05pm Come Dine with Me 1:35pm Come Dine with Me 2:05pm Phil Spencer: Secret Agent 3:10pm Countdown 4:00pm Deal or No Deal

5:00pm Jamie's 15 Minute Meals 5:30pm Come Dine with Me 6:00pm The Simpsons 6:30pm Hollyoaks 7:00pm Channel 4 News 7:55pm 4thought.tv 8:00pm George Clarke's Amazing Spaces 9:00pm Jewish Mum of the Year 10:00pm Fresh Meat 10:55pm Homeland 11:55pm Random Acts 12:00am Poker 1:05am Misfits 2:55am KOTV Boxing Weekly 3:20am Sailing: America's Cup Discovered

7:10am Play! 7:25am Noddy in Toyland 7:40am City of Friends 7:50am Little Princess 8:05am The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky 8:25am Angelina Ballerina 8:40am Rupert Bear 9:00am Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom 9:10am Toby's Travelling Circus 9:25am Roary the Racing Car 9:40am Jelly Jamm 10:00am Power Rangers Samurai 10:30am Batman: The Brave

and the Bold 11:00am Dallas 11:55am CSI: NY 12:50pm CSI: NY 1:45pm Murder Among Friends 3:30pm Deadly Honeymoon 5:10pm 5 News Weekend 5:15pm El Dorado 7:50pm The Devil's Brigade 10:20pm CSI: Miami 11:15pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:10am SuperCasino 4:00am House Doctor 4:25am Divine Designs 4:50am Rough Guide to Islands

6:35am The Mr Men Show 6:45am Castle Farm 6:50am Abby's Flying Fairy School 7:00am Roobarb and Custard Too 7:10am Bananas in Pyjamas 7:25am Play! 7:30am Noddy in Toyland 7:45am City of Friends 7:55am Little Princess 8:10am The Adventures of Bottle Top Bill and His Best Friend Corky 8:25am Angelina Ballerina 8:45am Rupert Bear 9:00am Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom 9:15am Toby's Travelling

Circus 9:30am Roary the Racing Car 9:45am Jelly Jamm 10:00am Great Birmingham Run 12:00pm Looney Tunes 12:05pm Highland Emergency 12:35pm Cowboy Builders 1:35pm Fun with Dick and Jane 3:20pm Sleepless in Seattle 5:20pm Movie: Dumbo 6:45pm 5 News Weekend 6:50pm U-571 9:00pm The Book of Eli 11:20pm Collateral Damage 1:30am SuperCasino 4:00am The FBI Files

7:10am Ben and Holly's Little Kingdom 7:20am The Mr Men Show 7:35am Thomas & Friends 7:45am Make Way for Noddy 8:00am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:10am Milkshake! Show Songs 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:30am Roary the Racing Car 8:40am Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 8:45am Bananas in Pyjamas 9:00am Abby's Flying Fairy School 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:15am Shark 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime

12:15pm Law & Order 1:15pm Home and Away 1:45pm Neighbours 2:15pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 3:15pm Fairfield Road 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Neighbours 6:00pm Home and Away 6:30pm 5 News at 6.30 7:00pm Cowboy Builders 8:00pm Classic Car Rescue 9:00pm Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines 11:15pm Vacancy 12:55am SuperCasino 4:00am Great Artists 4:25am House Doctor

7:45am Make Way for Noddy 8:00am Fifi and the Flowertots 8:10am Milkshake! Show Songs 8:15am Peppa Pig 8:30am Roary the Racing Car 8:40am Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures 8:45am Bananas in Pyjamas 9:00am Abby's Flying Fairy School 9:15am The Wright Stuff 11:15am Shark 12:10pm 5 News Lunchtime 12:15pm Law & Order 1:15pm Home and Away 1:45pm Neighbours 2:15pm CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation 3:15pm Stealing Paradise 5:00pm 5 News at 5 5:30pm Neighbours 6:00pm Home and Away 6:30pm 5 News at 6.30 7:00pm Highland Emergency 7:30pm Highland Emergency 8:00pm Rolf's Animal Clinic 9:00pm Body of Proof 10:00pm CSI: NY 10:55pm CSI: NY 11:55pm CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 12:50am Forensic Files 1:15am SuperCasino 4:00am Great Artists 4:25am House Doctor

7:00pm World's Craziest Fools 7:30pm Match of the Day Live: Women's International Football 10:00pm Live at the Apollo 10:30pm Russell Howard's Good News Extra 11:15pm Family Guy 11:40pm Family Guy 12:00am American Dad!

12:25am American Dad! 12:45am Unzipped 1:30am Cuckoo 2:00am Be Your Own Boss 2:55am Russell Howard's Good News Extra

7:00pm Be Your Own Boss 8:00pm Gavin & Stacey 8:30pm Gavin & Stacey 9:00pm Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents 10:00pm American Dad! 10:25pm American Dad! 10:45pm Family Guy 11:05pm Family Guy 11:25pm Cuckoo

11:55pm Russell Howard's Good News 12:25am Sun, Sex and Suspicious Parents 1:25am Gavin & Stacey 1:55am Gavin & Stacey 2:25am Cuckoo 2:55am UFOs: Conspiracy Road Trip

7:00pm Don't Tell the Bride 8:00pm Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands 9:00pm Girls Behind Bars: Stacey Dooley in the US 10:00pm Russell Howard's Good News 10:30pm EastEnders 11:00pm Family Guy 11:25pm Family Guy

11:45pm American Dad! 12:10am American Dad! 12:30am Girls Behind Bars: Stacey Dooley in the USA 1:30am Russell Howard's Good News 2:00am Don't Tell the Bride 2:55am Be Your Own Boss

7:00pm Total Wipeout 8:00pm Girls Behind Bars: Stacey Dooley in the USA 9:00pm Don't Tell the Bride 10:00pm Cuckoo 10:30pm EastEnders 11:00pm Family Guy 11:25pm Family Guy 11:45pm American Dad! 12:10am American Dad!

12:30am Cuckoo 1:00am Don't Tell the Bride 2:00am Russell Howard's Good News 2:30am For the Win 3:00am Girls Behind Bars: Stacey Dooley in the USA


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R G Waugh You recently published a letter from me in which I contested the Secretary of State for the Department of Work and Pensions, Ian Duncan-Smith’s decision that the UK Govt. would strongly contest the ruling passed by the European Court of Justice that ex-pat pensioners should receive the Winter Fuel Allowance. I wrote to Mr. Duncan-Smith expressing my views and I received the following reply on Friday, 5th October from the Head of his correspondence team. I would be grateful if you would publish the letter to update your readers on the view expressed by Mr. Duncan-Smith. 27th.September It reads :Dear Mr. Waugh, Thank you for your letter dated 8th September to the Secretary of State regarding the Winter Fuel Allowance. Government Ministers receive a large volume of correspondence and they are unable to reply personally to every occasion. I have been asked to respond. Winter Fuel Payments were introduced as one initiative in the Government’s commitment to tackle fuel poverty in Great Britain. To qualify, a person has to have reached women’s State Pension age during or before the qualifying week and be ordinarily resident in the U.K. By ordinarily resident we mean that the person must normally live here and not just be present for all or part of

Fuengirola the qualifying week. Under European Law some benefits paid in one Member State must also be paid to people who live outside that State but within the European Economic Area (EEA). In the past, to comply with European law, we only used to pay Winter Fuel Payments to former UK residents living elsewhere in the EEA and Switzerland if they qualified for payment in the UK before moving abroad. However, following a judgement in the European Court of Justice in 2011, this Department has changed its export rules. It is now possible for people to receive a Winter Fuel Payment in the EEA and Switzerland without having acquired it in this country first, as long as they have a genuine and sufficient link with the UK. I should mention though, that Winter Fuel Payments are designed to help pensioners keep warm in the cold British weather; not for those living in hot countries. Ministers intend to bring in a temperature criterion so that payments can only be made to British pensioners living in cold climates. There are a number of factors the Government will now need to consider before this legislation is brought before Parliament. Details of how the

scheme will work have not yet been decided. Yours sincerely, etc.

Stargazing By Ken Campbell

If you would like to be kept up to date or take part in any of the events then go to www.kencampbell.info In my opinion it would appear the Govt. intend to ignore the ECJ ruling until they can bring in their own legislation to block it. Hopefully the ECJ will advise the UK Govt. that they must introduce the Winter Fuel Payments to ex-pats as of the date of the ruling. Any appeal or subsequent legislation should not have an effect on the payments being made immediately as per the ECJ ruling. And finally the people who think ex-pat pensioners living in Spain are not entitled to the allowance might like to compare the cost with how many millions of pounds Abu Hamzas Legal team have received in ta-payer-funded legal aid. Or the tens of thousands of immigrants receiving benefits yet having contributed nothing to the UK economy. Ex pats paid contributions during their working years, 44 in many cases, and still contribute through taxation of pensions. I will keep readers informed of any further correspondence I receive on this matter.

e Moon and Mars If you have a clear view of the western horizon tomorrow (18th October) just after sunset then you should be able to see a thin crescent Moon very close to the planet Mars.

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s you look at the Moon you will be able to see the crescent shape that is being lit by the Sun but you should also be able to make out the rest of the Moon’s face, much fainter but still visible bathed in a ghostly ashen light. This is Earthshine.

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f you have ever been in a very dark area at the time of the full Moon you will have noticed just how brightly it can shine, cast a shadow and even light your way. The Moon’s surface is made from really quite dark material and can still shine brightly in the night sky. The Earth on the other hand is covered in white clouds, it has white polar ice caps and reflective oceans and it is also much bigger than the Moon. So for anyone standing on the Moon the Earth appears as a very large, bright beacon in the sky, much brighter than a full Moon can ever appear from Earth. The bright Earth lights up the dark areas of the Moon so much that we can even see it from Earth.

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ll of the Apollo astronauts who went to the Moon have mentioned how they were overwhelmed by just how big and bright the Earth appeared. And when they went to the Moon, it was obviously ‘daytime’ with the Sun in the sky too. Had they been there when the Sun was below the horizon then the Earth could have probably lit their way.

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s the Moon keeps one face permanently turned toward the Earth then as seen from the Moon the Earth is constantly in the same place in the sky, it never rises or sets. It is only the changing continents as the Earth rotates and the phase of the Earth that changes as the Moon orbits us. When we see the Moon in its young phase – as it will be tomorrow night – then the Earth appears almost full from the Moon and shines at its brightest.

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am always being asked if there is anything man-made on Earth that can be seen from the Moon? Well, I’ve never been to the Moon but the Apollo astronauts have all stated that ‘No, only the continents are visible’. From low Earth orbit city lights can be seen and The Palm Island near Dubai is visible

and although the Great Wall of China may be very long it is only a few metres wide and so it is not visible from space.

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his will be your last chance to see Mars for a while as it gradually slips behind to the other side of the Sun. Because a Martian year lasts for about two Earth years then we are always playing catch-up with it. So in 12 months time when we return to this point in our orbit Mars will have travelled half way round in its orbit and so will still be on the far side of the Sun from us. We’ll have to wait until 2014 before it graces our skies again.

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he NASA rover ‘Curiosity’ has been making tremendous discoveries since it touched down on Mars last August. This car-sized rover has been making its way across the Martian surface and has discovered clear evidence of ancient water erosion on the planet surface. Although there has been no discovery of liquid water currently flowing in streams, Curiosity came across what is clearly a dried up riverbed with rocks being eroded into rounded pebbles.

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he Curiosity rover has the ability to fire a high-powered laser beam into any interesting rocks to disintegrate them and then closely examine the interior of the rock. It is like a self-contained remote laboratory that can analyse the soil and rocks. It can only be a matter of time before it finds pockets of subterranean water. I still doubt very much that any life will ever be found on Mars but the discovery of ancient water could suggest that Mars once had the capability and the right environmental conditions for microbial life to begin. Keep watching the skies! Enjoy your stargazing!


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Usain Bolt“goes for gold”with Nissan

Usain Bolt is extending his partnership with Nissan – and the world’s fastest man has already helped produce a special one-off gold GT-R for charity. The unique GT-R, which is embossed with Bolt’s signature and features interior fittings finished in real gold, will be auctioned on eBay later this month to benefit the Usain Bolt Foundation (http://usainbolt.com/foundation/). Proceeds will help the foundation’s work creating opportunities for children and young people in the Champion’s home of Jamaica.

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The Red Bull driver won the Korean Grand Prix on Sunday to move ahead of Ferrari's Fernando Alonso in the F1 standings by six points with four races remaining, having erased what looked like a commanding lead for the Spanish driver just three weeks ago. Vettel started second on the grid behind Mark Webber but overtook his teammate on the first turn and never relinquished the lead, finishing 8.2 seconds ahead of Webber. Alonso was third, 13.9 seconds off the pace. "The foundation was there with a good start," Vettel said. "I wasn't sure because I was starting on the dirty side of the grid but I was able to get some good grip and get inside at the first turn."

Vettel, who also won the previous races in Singapore and Japan, now looks to be the favourite for a third straight championship title, something only previously achieved by Juan-Manuel Fangio and Michael Schumacher. Webber claimed his first second-place finish of the season but the Australian was disappointed with his start from pole. "The initial launch was not good," Webber said. "There was some wheel spin and from there I knew I would have issues. It was very mediocre." Ferrari's Felipe Massa was fourth, and reinforced his place for another season with the team with a strong drive. He was followed by Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen and Force India's Nico Hulkenberg.

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Lewis Hamilton finished a disappointing 10th, despite starting third on the grid, but it turned out that he had been suffering with a rear suspension problem for most of the race. Hamilton, who is fourth in the standings 62 points behind Vettel, even got a piece of astroturf from the

edge of the track stuck under his car late in the race. Lotus driver Romain Grosjean avoided the firstlap incidents that he was involved in at the Belgian and Japanese GP's to finish seventh ahead of Toro Rosso drivers Jean EricVergne and Daniel Ricciardo.

Pedrosa closes gap on Lorenzo Honda's Dani Pedrosa kept his slim MotoGP title hopes alive by beating fellow Spaniard Jorge Lorenzo to win the Japanese Grand Prix for the second year in a row on Sunday. A fourth win in the last five races has pulled Pedrosa to within 28 points of the Yamaha rider but with just three races left, he still needs a slip-up from Lorenzo. Alvaro Bautista's third place for Honda made it a Spanish sweep of the podium at Motegi's Twin Ring circuit. Lorenzo, world champion in 2010, again failed to capitalise on his sixth pole of the season, leading in the early stages but never able to pull away from a dogged Pedrosa. It was the fifth time in succession that Lorenzo has failed to turn pole position into victory, the only time he went on to win the race was at the 2012 season-opener in Qatar. The Honda rider pounced 13 laps from the

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News from the Fairways Justin Rose shot a flawless 66 to beat Lee Westwood by a shot and capture the $1.5m first prize cheque at the Turkish Airlines World Golf Final. Rose had beaten his Ryder Cup team-mate in the group phase of the eight-man tournament and was never headed in the final after sinking a 20 foot birdie putt at the opening hole to go one in front. In a match of high quality, neither player had a single bogey on his card but Westwood's inability to convert many good birdie chances eventually cost him. Rose, who won all of his five matches in the $5.2 million exhibition tournament, birdied the opening hole on the Sultan Course and led the rest of the way against his fourthranked opponent. The paycheque is Rose's highest in his 14-year pro career and $560,000 more than his prize in capturing the 2011 BMW

Championship. Westwood earned a check for $1 million for his efforts over the three days. To end the Exhibition all eight players participated in a Pro-Am where Turkish Golf President Ahmet Agaoglu was drawn to play alongside Tiger Woods. Agaoglu was at the center of controversy earlier in the week when he allegedly head-butted a journalist while trying to move him away from Woods on the opening tee. Agaoglu was asked if he was nervous playing with Woods. "I'm not nervous but what I want to do is make him nervous, as I will own him for the next four or five hours," he said with a smile. "I paid for him to be here in Turkey, so he's my property this afternoon." Woods was reportedly paid a $3 million appearance fee to compete in Turkey. He also earned

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European Tour The first time Irishman Shane Lowry won on the European Tour he did not receive a penny for it, but last night he was celebrating a second victory worth more than £300,000. "Vilamoura will be rocking," Lowry said after beating stablemate Ross Fisher by one shot at the Portugal Masters to join Spaniard Pablo Martin as one of the only players to win on the circuit both as amateurs and professionals. The 25-year-old pulled off one of the biggest shocks ever in golf three years ago when he beat Robert Rock in a play-off at his home Irish Open. It was his first-ever appearance on the Tour, but because he was an amateur it was runner-up Rock who walked off with the £400,000 "first" prize.

Axarquia defeat the Army to win triangular rugby tournament On Saturday 13th October, Axarquia Rugby Club played host to a fantastic evening of rugby at the Fernando Hierro Stadium in Velez-Malaga followed by a social event at El Cruce Restaurant at El Trapiche. It was a triangular tournament involving the last rugby tour for the 19 Close Service Support Battalion of the British Army against the newly formed team Club Rugby Loja from Granada and the local Axarquia Rugby Club.

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Hillsborough tragedy set for new inquest The Attorney General has paved the way for a fresh inquest to be held into the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans in the Hillsborough disaster 23 years ago. Dominic Grieve QC said he will apply to the High Court to have the verdicts of the original hearing quashed so a new one can be held.The move comes after a damning report into the disaster laid bare a cover-up which attempted to shift the blame for the tragedy on to its victims.

Lance Armstrong’s ‘drug runner’ talks Lance Armstrong's lawyer says he would accept the outcome if lie detector tests were taken by witnesses who have accused the 41-yearold of doping. A US Anti-Doping Agency report described Armstrong as a "serial cheat" and a "bully", citing 26 witnesses. "I wouldn't challenge a lie detector test, with good equipment, properly administered," said Tim Herman. Asked whether Armstrong would also be prepared to take a test, he said: "We might do that, you never know." He added: "I don't know if we would or we wouldn't. We might."

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"I knew Lance was bullying me and all I was trying to do was clean up the sport." Armstrong’s Lawyer Tim Herman maintains the information provided by some of the witnesses cannot be relied upon,

"Of those, 11 came forward. Many others would and have refuted many of the allegations. Other than Tyler Hamilton, Frankie Andreu, Floyd Landis and Jonathan Vaughters I'm not calling anyone a liar – but I am calling those four liars."

Heather Watson wins Japan Open Roger Federer Foundation Charity Day at Santa Maria Heather Watson has made it into the WTA top 50 for the first time following her victory at the Japan Open. The 20-year-old from Guernsey replaces fellow Brit Laura Robson, who is 52nd, as the British number one. Watson became the first Briton in 24 years to win a WTA Tour singles title by beating Chang Kai-chen of

The Roger Federer Foundation enhances a world where African children, living in poverty, are able to take control of their future and actively shape it thanks to early learning and education on a high level of quality. Its strategic priority is the support of existing, but poor support services, in early childhood care centres, pre-schools and primary schools for children 3 to 12 years old as well as the improvement of their efficiency and effectiveness. Santa Maria Bowls Club, in conjunction with its sponsors (Helicopteros Sanitarios and Mundomar Cruceros), has adopted the Roger Federer Foundation as its chosen charity and it hosted this triples challenge event to raise much needed funds. The event was extremely well supported and 24 quality teams, from within the Costa del Sol bowling community, were drawn into two groups with

Chinese Taipei on Sunday. Laura Robson's hopes of making the top 50 suffered a blow when she was knocked out at the quarter-final stage in Osaka. "Laura and I have come through the rankings together – juniors and seniors – and we're both very competitive, so when we see the other doing well, it pushes us," Watson added.

( From the left ) Chic Young, Pamela Hatton, Arthur Lees, Bryan Collier, Brenda Collier & Dennis Hanley

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Sporting SPOTLIGHT FOOTBALL

Gerrard responds to Patrick Vieira's England criticisms Steven Gerrard has hit back at Patrick Vieira's suggestion that England players do not love playing for the national team. The former France midfielder, 36, said he was surprised "so many young players" pulled out of the England team with injury stating "maybe it is a lack of love". "It surprised me to read that," responded England captain Gerrard. "I don't really care what Vieira says. The young players are hungry.” Meanwhile, Gerrard insists there is now "no excuse" for bad behaviour from players following the introduction of a new code of conduct. The 32-yearold Reds skipper wanted the focus on football ahead of last night’s crucial World Cup qualifier in Poland.

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Red Bull deny Vettel will move to Ferrari Ferrari will retain Felipe Massa next season in what is planned to be a stop-gap deal before the arrival of Sebastian Vettel. Ferrari sources say they already have a deal in place with double world champion Vettel, with an option for the 25year-old to join them in 2014. But Red Bull team boss Christian Horner insists Vettel will not leave. He told BBC Sport: "Sebastian Vettel, without a shadow of doubt, will be part of the Red Bull Racing team in 2014."

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