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    :: Friday, February 22, 2008 ::
    Yesterday's electronic edition of London's Daily Telegraph led with "Biggest Brain Drain from UK in 50 Years," ("as highly qualified professionals settle abroad"), and further along ran stories that, though not overtly linked to the first, might help explain it.

    For example: "CCTV evidence can lead to parking fine":
    Millions of motorists are likely to incur parking fines without realising it after being caught on CCTV.
    And: "Robber's death could lead to murder charge":
    A shopkeeper could be charged with murder after defending himself against an armed robber who was killed by his own knife, police said yesterday.

    Tony Singh was about to drive home from work when he was attacked by a career criminal who smashed his car window and demanded his takings.

    During the ensuing struggle at the corner shop and off-licence in Skelmersdale, Lancs, Liam Kilroe, who had convictions for armed robbery, assault and burglary, suffered a fatal stab wound to the chest.

    :: David M. Wagner 3:30 PM [+] ::
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