Three British oil firms have been fined more than a quarter of a million pounds, after a worker was paralysed following an accident while on duty.

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According to statistics released by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), exposure to asbestos causes more than 4,000 deaths in Great Britain die each year. The main cause of death is from mesothelioma and lung cancer caused as a direct result of exposure to asbestos. The HSE predicts the number of people dying as a result of asbestos exposure will continue to rise over the next ten years.

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A promising young student has been killed after being involved in an accident while cycling in London.

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The parents of a three-year-old child who was attacked by his playmate can claim compensation from the government, a court has ruled. Jay Jones suffered head injuries and needed stitches after another toddler struck him 11 times on the head with a car jack while the pair were left unattended in a locked car.

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Employers across the North West of England are being urged to ensure their workers are kept safe in 2010, and improve on 2009 safety figures.

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