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 UK perspective Wednesday, 8 January, 2003, 13:15 GMT
Money laundering UK freezes terror funds
The UK confirms tough sanctions to seize terrorist funds, amid news it has already frozen more than 60m linked to the Taleban.
World Trade Center wreckage in front of Woolworth Building Blair certain of Bin Laden guilt
UK Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he has seen evidence of an "incontrovertible link" between Osama Bin Laden and the US terror attacks.
Gas masks for all? Is the UK prepared?
The attacks on the US a fortnight ago made the unthinkable imaginable. The UK is now strengthening its defences against chemical and biological attack.
BA plane British Airways cuts 7,000 jobs
British Airways axes a further 5,200 jobs on top of the 1,800 announced before last week's terror attacks in the US.
Rick Rescorla in south tower US attack hero caught on film
A photograph is released showing a British-born employee evacuating the World Trade Center moments before its collapse.
Sarah Ferguson and daughter Beatrice Day of remembrance for US victims
The victims of the World Trade Center and Pentagon attacks are remembered in church services across the UK.
east london mosque Pledge to wipe out Islamophobia
Home Office Minister John Denham promises that the government will act to cut out the "cancer of Islamophobia" in British society.
Sir Edward George 'Too soon' to rule out UK recession
Bank of England governor Sir Edward George says it is "too soon to say" if the UK will avoid a recession and hints at further interest rate cuts.
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Sir Paul McCartney is co-ordinating a live-aid style event in aid of victims of the US attacksMcCartney plan
Sir Paul fronts a star-studded US fundraiser

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Is the UK prepared for a biological or chemical attack?Bio-weapons
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Muslims in Scotland say there is evidence of antagonism towards them after the US attacksBacklash fears
Scots Muslims say they are being targeted

Some 50 British relatives have now made their way to New YorkMissing Britons
Support for relatives arriving in New York

WTC on fireReality check
Pupils warned attacks 'not a video game'

 Race anger
UK Muslims pray for peace amid rise in attacks

Coverage caution
UK media warned over war speculation
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