Crime agency boss vows to make UK for fraudstersThe new head of the Serious Fraud Office has vowed to make Britain an “inhospitable place” for the “world’s most sophisticated criminals” as she promised to bring Chicago style law enforcement to this country. Lisa Osofsky, a former US prosecutor, said she would be “a different kind of director” at the SFO and would adopt “proactive” tactics to fight off attempts by criminals to exploit volatility in Britain’s already “buzzing” markets. The National Farmers Union has accused the environment secretary of not acting quickly enough to seek a relaxation of European rules that prevent farmers from grazing or cutting grass from certain areas of their land..
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileSalinger, who celebrated his birthday on Jan. But his coming of age fiction influenced generations of young men and women and is now hailed as a classic of postwar American literature.The Catcher in the Rye, Salinger’s first and only published novel, was reprinted eight times within the first two months of its publication in 1951 and spent 30 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. It still sells about 250,000 copies a year.Because of its swearing, sexual themes and alleged antisocial message, The Catcher in the Rye was banned in several countries and by some North American school boards.Salinger is survived by his daughter, Margaret, his son, Matthew, and his third wife, Colleen O’Neill.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports.
The treasure consists of four $5 gold pieces, fifty $10 gold pieces, and 1,373 $20 double eagles. Among the coins that will be on display Tuesday is the crown jewel of the collection an 1866 S No Motto $20 gold piece valued at more than $1 million. History.
Britain has an enchanted airbag that will cushion the impact of leaving the European Union. How it works is a mystery. But Japanese carmaker Nissan, which just agreed to increase production in its Sunderland factory because of unspecified reassurances from Prime Minister Theresa May, has had a glimpse.
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