Search aboard cargo ship ends with no Pakistani stowaways found - so what were those 'knocking' sounds?Multi-agency search of cargo ship's containers turn up nothingVille D'Aquarius arrived yesterday in Newark as crewmembers reported hearing knocking from what may have been peopleCoast Guard spokeswoman says officials knocked on container in routine check and 'heard a knocking back'Ship came into Newark after stops in India, Pakistan and EgyptSecurity concerns raised after suspect arrested last year, who claimed he stowed away on a ship that arrived in same port By Daily Mail Reporter … [Read more...] about Search aboard cargo ship ends with no Pakistani stowaways found – so what were those ‘knocking’ sounds?
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Hang on! Whatever happened to Louis? The King's Speech is a fine British film with a wonderful cast, any amount of period detail – and some surprisingly wonky historical research. Churchill, for instance, was always distrusted by the King and Queen for his role in the abdication, so it's odd to see him (a lovely cameo from Timothy Spall) so close to their side in the film's climactic scenes. Most surprising of all is the absence of any reference to the King's personal physician, Louis Greig, who is usually credited with boosting the stammering King's self-confidence. His grandson, Geordie Greig, described this relationship in Louis and the Prince, published in 1999, but none of his research (including Greig's pivotal role at the palace) seems to have interested the film-makers, who were presumably keeping a sharp eye on the American market. … [Read more...] about The King James Bible gets the treatment it deserves