P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/06    1/4 The troubled peace process in Israel dominates today's papers. The Independent says the entire Middle East is bracing itself for the expiry tonight of an Israeli-imposed peace ultimatum, —lhd fears of all-out war. "Israel poised to declare peace process dead", claims The Guardian, quoting a threat from Prime Minister Ehud Barak. The Times reports that Palestinians have already declared a "popular war" against the Israelis as they rejected Barak's deadline for peace. Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 'bather 400 Religion NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:43/00   ' +/////////////////////////,& 1/4 The troubled peace process in Israel dominates toj—|'s papers. The Independent says the e÷tire Midd÷q East is bracing itself for the expiry tonight of an Israeli-imposed peace ultimatum, —mjd fears of all-out war. a "Israel poised to declare peace process dead", claims The Guardian, quoting a threat from Prime Minister Ehud Barak. The Times reports that Palestinians have already declared a "popular war" against the Israelis as they rejected Barak's deadline for 0jace. Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 'jather 400 Religion N'jstNews Ujg Sport Main Lenu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/00    2/4 Elsewhere in foreign news, The Daily Telegraph says Serbia's new rulers face a serious test today when MPs will be asked to seize control of the police. The Independent reports that Milosevic is being warned he may go on trial in Belgrade for rigging the election. In home news, The Times says retired nurses will be lured back to the NHS in a bid to avert a winter flu crisis. Elsewhere, The Daily Telegraph carries the story that genetic cloning may be used to reverse animal extinction. Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 'father 400 Religion NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/16    3/4 The Guardian reports that shadow home secretary Ann Widdecombe has been forced to backtrack on her pledge of zero tolerance against cannabis users. William Hague will defend Ann Widdecombe today, says the Daily Mail. The Independent claims the Tories were in disarray after seven shadow cabinet members admitted having smoked the drug There is controversy too for Railtrack, with the Financial Times claiming it is heading for a £70m fine for missing its performance improvement target again. Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Gdather 400 Religion NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:51/00    4/4 In other political news, The Mirror claims Chancellor Gordon Brown is to unveil a multi-billion pound package to find jobs for 70% of single parents. "Scrooges" hs the headline in the Daily Express, which reports on a Government pre-Christmas campaign to discourage people from giving money to beggars. In sport, the Daily Star claims Kevin Keegan quit as England manager because of his mother's death. "£60,000 a week and no takers" says The Sun, as a replacement manager is sought Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 Weather 400 Religion NWestNews Reg Sport Main Menu
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:50/30      4/4 In other political news, The Mirror claims Chancellor Gordon Brown is to unveil a ltlti —hllion pound package to "Scrooges" is the headline in the Daily Express, which reports on a Goverfl—nt pre-Christmas campahgn to discourage people from givhng money to beggars. In sport, the Daily Star claims Kevin of his lother's death. "£60 000 a week and no takers" s—xs The Sun, as a replacement lanbg—p is soug—t Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 540 TV 600 'bat(—r 400 Religion NWestNews S Main Lenq
P148 CEEFAX 2 148 Mon 09 Oct 12:13/10  s7c£7c{?h<0   4/4 In other political ndws, Thd Mirror claims Chancellor Gopdon Brown is to unveil a multi —hllion pound 0ackage to "Scrooges" is the headline in tha Daily Express, which reports on a Go6—rfldnt pre-Christm—s calpaign to discourage people from giving money to begg—rs. In sport, p(— Daily Star claims Kevin Ceegan quit as England manager b—caps— "£60,000 a week and no takeps" says The Sun, as a replacement l—nager is sought Headlines 101 Latest 150 Sport 300 Features 140 TV 600 Weather 400 Religion N —stNews Reg Sport Main Menu