Man, 33, found guilty of trying to kill two police officers in violent knife attack at butcher'sChristopher Haughton lashed out at officers with a ten-inch butcher's knife Was heard chanting 'God help me to kill my enemies' moments before attack Bit one policeman, repeatedly stabbed another and injured others After he was subdued, spat mouthfuls of blood and said he was HIV positiveHaughton then boasted to officers: 'I love giving women AIDS' | UPDATED: 21:14 GMT, 10 December 2012 Guilty: Christopher Haughton tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver A knifeman who tried to kill two police officers with a meat cleaver after storming into a butchers and demanding ‘Give me a chopper!’ faces being sent indefinitely to Broadmoor. Christopher Haughton lashed out with a knife at policemen who cornered him in the shop and continued to injure the officers after they tried to restrain him. Haughton, 33, of Wembley, north London, was convicted at the Old Bailey of the attempted murders of PCs Alistair Hinchliff and Thomas Harding.
'A naked attempt to steal our crown': France's most senior banker makes enemies in London after suggesting businesses move from capital Christian Noyer said City of London should be stripped of its status – with businesses moving into Euro ZoneBoris Johnson and Vince Cable lead criticism of 'desperate French attack' | UPDATED: 17:35 GMT, 3 December 2012 Bank of France Governor Christian Noyer: '[It's a] consequence of the choice by the UK to remain outside the euro area' France's most senior state banker was today accused of a ‘naked attempt to steal London’s financial crown’. Christian Noyer, 62-year-old governor of the Bank of France, said the City of London should be stripped of its status, and the bulk of its business be transferred to mainland Europe.
Why George Osborne has no alternative but to cut taxes | UPDATED: 22:14 GMT, 30 November 2012 Chancellor George Osborne faces a most unenviable task on Wednesday. With Britain’s economy in such a dire condition, he must secretly wish he didn’t have to go to the Commons to deliver his annual Autumn Statement.