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Doctor may have killed 297  Former doctor, Harold Shipman, has 297 more deaths at his practice than other doctors Foot-and-mouth in humans Blair names election date Liverpool won UEFA Cup Race rioters battle police   Blair won by landslide  Opposition Conservatives are facing a disappointing result Venus won Wimbledon Ivanisevic won Wimbledon Bush met Blair Duval takes British Open Beatle Paul to remarry  McCartney, 59, proposed to Mills, 33, whose left leg was amputated. She campaigns on behalf of landmine victims 6 injured in explosion Diana butler charged with theft Australia retains the Ashes Algerian suspect 'trained hijackers' Blair warns alliance poised to strike Blair in terror talks with Putin Blair praises Pakistan's support Blair visits India   Concorde back in business  Air France Concorde, with 92 passengers took off from Paris for the flight to New York Musharraf visits England George Harrison dies
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  Former Beatle singer, songwriter and guitarist has died after losing battle against cancer at age 58
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January 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jan.5  
  Former doctor, Harold Shipman, has 297 more deaths at his practice than other doctors


February 2001 ... more > Top ^
Feb.28 13 dead in rail crash

March 2001 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1 Foot-and-mouth restrictions
Mar.4 Real IRA blamed for BBC blast Mar.27 Body found in U.S. pilots search

April 2001 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3 Bayern defeats Man Utd 1-0
Apr.4 England double victory over Spain Apr.6  Foot-and-mouth murder charge Apr.9 UK couple lose Net twins battle  2 die in helicopter crash Apr.14 Manchester United is Champion  Mine kills U.N. peacekeeper  Real IRA suspected in blast Apr.15  UK considers vaccination plan Apr.17 Leeds and Valencia in semifinals Apr.19 Liverpool, Barcelona 1-0  Virus 'fully under control' Apr.24  Foot-and-mouth: man feared ill   Foot-and-mouth in humans  2 more cases are being investigated by health officials. There are a lot of similar to foot-and-mouth symptoms Apr.25  Saddam investigation Apr.28  Humans' animal virus tests negative

May 2001 ... more > Top ^
May.5  Train robber Biggs heads home May.7  Fugitive Biggs sent to jail  UK nuclear sub leaves Gibraltar May.8     Blair names election date
  Prime Minister has said that a general election will be held in the UK on June 7 Valencia beats Leeds 3-0
May.9  Rabies victim dies May.17   Liverpool won UEFA Cup   Liverpool, Alaves 5-4. Liverpool's first European trophy since 1984 May.27   Race rioters battle police
  2,000 youths threw firebombs and stones police, injuring 20 officers May.28  Police out in force in Oldham  Amnesty International marks 40 years May.29  More arrests in race riot town

June 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3  Blair fears landslide predictions Jun.5 Race riots break out again
Jun.6 Blair battled voter apathy Jun.7     Blair won by landslide
  Opposition Conservatives are facing a disappointing result
Jun.8 Blair names new cabinet Jun.9  New case of foot-and-mouth Jun.20  Doctor Death inquiry opens Jun.25  Sharon met Blair  U.S., British strike air defenses Jun.27  Court rules U.S. broke rights laws Jun.30  Racial violence

July 2001 ... more > Top ^
Jul.2 Wimbledon: Sampras defeated
Jul.3 Capriati ousted Serena Jul.4  Protesters clashed with riot police  Blair meets with Irish PM Jul.5 Henin rallies to stun Capriati Jul.6 Rafter beats Agassi in semifinals Jul.7 2 stabbed in race riot Jul.8     Venus won Wimbledon  Venus Williams beat Belgian Justine Henin 6-1, 3-6, 6-0. 120 police injured in race riot Jul.9     Ivanisevic won Wimbledon  Ivanisevic, Rafter 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 2-6, 9-7. He become the second player to win a title without being seeded  Ex-Beatle Harrison has tumor  Blair met Irish PM Jul.11  Michelangelo sketch fetches $8.4m  Officials raid mobile giants Jul.19 Novelist jailed for libel case lies     Bush met Blair  U.S. President criticized protesters at economic summit as anti-free trade activists Jul.21  Violence at London vigil Jul.22   Duval takes British Open  Duval captures first major. Woods and Singh at the last 2 Masters  Ex-Beatle preparing for death Jul.23  Whaling ban under threat  Timetable set for Concorde Jul.24  Divers find wreck of HMS Hood Jul.26   Beatle Paul to remarry
  McCartney, 59, proposed to Mills, 33, whose left leg was amputated. She campaigns on behalf of landmine victims
Jul.31  Farrakhan wins battle to visit UK

August 2001 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1  Queen Mother in hospital Aug.2     6 injured in explosion
  A suspected car bomb went off 100 yards from the Ealing Broadway station. Police blamed Northern Irish group Aug.3 Parties denounce UK bomb Aug.8  2 die in power station blast Aug.15  Air chiefs push for Concorde return Aug.16   Diana butler charged with theft
  Paul Burrell has been charged with 3 counts of theft of 342 items belonging to Princess of Wales Aug.24  New foot-and-mouth case Aug.27   Australia retains the Ashes  Australians wins 4-1. Warne took a match-haul of 11-229  Diana fund to help dying patients Aug.30 Refugees attempt Channel walk Aug.31  Army fights foot-and-mouth

September 2001 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1 England, Germany 5-1 in Munich
Sep.2  Queen Mother has medical tests Sep.5 Concorde cleared to fly  Gay couples register launched Sep.7  Diana fountain competition Sep.14  Silent streets as London remembers Sep.21  Kuwait leader suffers stroke Sep.24  Stock markets rally Sep.26  100-year-old chocolate bar sold  Terror arrests across Europe Sep.28   Algerian suspect 'trained hijackers'  An Algerian pilot Lotfi Raissi, 27, instructed 4 of the hijackers involved in the suicide attacks

October 2001 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1     Blair warns alliance poised to strike  UK Prime Minister is to warn the Taleban that regime has run out of time and military strikes against them are close Oct.4     Blair in terror talks with Putin  UK Prime Minister has arrived in Moscow Oct.5     Blair praises Pakistan's support  British Prime Minister and Pakistani leader Musharraf met to discuss the U.S.-led war on terrorism     Blair visits India  UK Prime Minister had talks on the final leg of a tour to shore up support for the campaign against terrorism Oct.6 England and Russia qualified
Oct.26  Marines get war on terror role Oct.30  We will not falter, says Blair  Blair for terrorism talks Oct.31  Blair talks with King Fahd  Blair is visiting Jordan

November 2001 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1  Blair visits Israel Nov.2  Archbishop Carey appeals to Islam Nov.3  Car bomb explodes Nov.7     Concorde back in business
  Air France Concorde, with 92 passengers took off from Paris for the flight to New York
 Queen speaks out on terror Nov.8  Jordanian king backs terror fight     Musharraf visits England  Pakistan President has called for a short and targeted military campaign against the Taliban Nov.10  Prince urges mercy for flower girl Nov.11  Emergency detention powers Nov.14  New bin Laden evidence Nov.16  UK, U.S. forces on air base mission Nov.22  Straw lobbies Iran  Straw visits Pakistan Nov.24  Anti-nuclear advert Nov.27  Brown: UK warning over world economy Nov.28  Global raids target child porn Nov.29   George Harrison dies
  Former Beatle singer, songwriter and guitarist has died after losing battle against cancer at age 58
Nov.30  Prince flower girl charged

December 2001 ... more > Top ^
Dec.7   Countess' sorrow at lost baby  Prince Edward's wife Sophie, 36, had an operation for an ectopic pregnancy Dec.11  UK willing to lead peacekeepers Dec.13 French ban on UK beef unlawful


  Blair warns alliance poised to strike  UK Prime Minister is to warn the Taleban that regime has run out of time and military strikes against them are close 13 dead in rail crash Foot-and-mouth restrictions Body found in U.S. pilots search Foot-and-mouth in humans  2 more cases are being investigated by health officials. There are a lot of similar to foot-and-mouth symptoms Refugees attempt Channel walk Countess' sorrow at lost baby  Prince Edward's wife Sophie, 36, had an operation for an ectopic pregnancy Beatle Paul to remarry




England, 2001 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2001
Apr.14  Mine kills U.N. peacekeeper
Apr.25  Saddam investigation
May.7  UK nuclear sub leaves Gibraltar
Jun.25  U.S., British strike air defenses
Jul.24  Divers find wreck of HMS Hood
Aug.31  Army fights foot-and-mouth
Oct.1
Oct.26  Marines get war on terror role
Oct.30  We will not falter, says Blair
Nov.16  UK, U.S. forces on air base mission
Dec.11  UK willing to lead peacekeepers




England, 2001 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
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Feb.28
Mar.1
Mar.27
Apr.6  Foot-and-mouth murder charge
Apr.9  2 die in helicopter crash
Apr.15  UK considers vaccination plan
Apr.19  Virus 'fully under control'
Apr.24  Foot-and-mouth: man feared ill
Apr.24
Apr.28  Humans' animal virus tests negative
May.9  Rabies victim dies
Jun.9  New case of foot-and-mouth
Jun.20  Doctor Death inquiry opens
Jul.9  Ex-Beatle Harrison has tumor
Jul.22  Ex-Beatle preparing for death
Jul.24  Divers find wreck of HMS Hood
Aug.8  2 die in power station blast
Aug.24  New foot-and-mouth case
Aug.30
Aug.31  Army fights foot-and-mouth
Sep.21  Kuwait leader suffers stroke
Nov.24  Anti-nuclear advert
Dec.7




England, 2001 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2001
Jul.11  Michelangelo sketch fetches $8.4m
Jul.11  Officials raid mobile giants
Jul.23  Timetable set for Concorde
Jul.26
  McCartney, 59, proposed to Mills, 33, whose left leg was amputated. She campaigns on behalf of landmine victims
Aug.15  Air chiefs push for Concorde return Sep.5 Concorde cleared to fly
Sep.24  Stock markets rally Sep.26  100-year-old chocolate bar sold Nov.7   Concorde back in business
  Air France Concorde, with 92 passengers took off from Paris for the flight to New York
Nov.27  Brown: UK warning over world economy Dec.13 French ban on UK beef unlawful



England, 2001 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.3 Bayern defeats Man Utd 1-0
Apr.4 England double victory over Spain Apr.14 Manchester United is Champion Apr.17 Leeds and Valencia in semifinals Apr.19 Liverpool, Barcelona 1-0 May.8 Valencia beats Leeds 3-0 May.17 Liverpool won UEFA Cup   Liverpool, Alaves 5-4. Liverpool's first European trophy since 1984 Jul.2 Wimbledon: Sampras defeated Jul.3 Capriati ousted Serena Jul.5 Henin rallies to stun Capriati Jul.6 Rafter beats Agassi in semifinals Jul.8   Venus won Wimbledon  Venus Williams beat Belgian Justine Henin 6-1, 3-6, 6-0. Jul.9   Ivanisevic won Wimbledon  Ivanisevic, Rafter 6-3, 3-6, 6-3, 2-6, 9-7. He become the second player to win a title without being seeded Jul.22 Duval takes British Open  Duval captures first major. Woods and Singh at the last 2 Masters Aug.27 Australia retains the Ashes  Australians wins 4-1. Warne took a match-haul of 11-229 Sep.1 England, Germany 5-1 in Munich Oct.6 England and Russia qualified



England, 2001 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2001 Jan.5 Doctor may have killed 297
  Former doctor, Harold Shipman, has 297 more deaths at his practice than other doctors
Mar.4 Real IRA blamed for BBC blast Apr.6  Foot-and-mouth murder charge Apr.14  Mine kills U.N. peacekeeper Apr.14  Real IRA suspected in blast Apr.25  Saddam investigation May.5  Train robber Biggs heads home May.7  Fugitive Biggs sent to jail May.27 Race rioters battle police
  2,000 youths threw firebombs and stones police, injuring 20 officers May.28  Police out in force in Oldham May.29  More arrests in race riot town Jun.5 Race riots break out again Jun.27  Court rules U.S. broke rights laws Jun.30  Racial violence Jul.7 2 stabbed in race riot Jul.8 120 police injured in race riot Jul.19 Novelist jailed for libel case lies Aug.2   6 injured in explosion
  A suspected car bomb went off 100 yards from the Ealing Broadway station. Police blamed Northern Irish group Aug.16 Diana butler charged with theft  Paul Burrell has been charged with 3 counts of theft of 342 items belonging to Princess of Wales Sep.26  Terror arrests across Europe Sep.28 Algerian suspect 'trained hijackers'  An Algerian pilot Lotfi Raissi, 27, instructed 4 of the hijackers involved in the suicide attacks Nov.3  Car bomb explodes Nov.14  New bin Laden evidence Nov.28  Global raids target child porn Nov.30  Prince flower girl charged



England, 2001 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2001 Apr.9 UK couple lose Net twins battle
May.8   Blair names election date  Prime Minister has said that a general election will be held in the UK on June 7 May.28  Amnesty International marks 40 years Jun.3  Blair fears landslide predictions Jun.6 Blair battled voter apathy Jun.7   Blair won by landslide
  Opposition Conservatives are facing a disappointing result
Jun.8 Blair names new cabinet Jun.25  Sharon met Blair Jun.27  Court rules U.S. broke rights laws Jul.4  Protesters clashed with riot police Jul.4  Blair meets with Irish PM Jul.9  Blair met Irish PM Jul.19   Bush met Blair  U.S. President criticized protesters at economic summit as anti-free trade activists Jul.21  Violence at London vigil Jul.23  Whaling ban under threat Jul.31  Farrakhan wins battle to visit UK Aug.1  Queen Mother in hospital Aug.3 Parties denounce UK bomb Aug.27  Diana fund to help dying patients Aug.30 Refugees attempt Channel walk Sep.2  Queen Mother has medical tests Sep.5  Gay couples register launched Sep.7  Diana fountain competition Sep.14  Silent streets as London remembers Sep.21  Kuwait leader suffers stroke Oct.4   Blair in terror talks with Putin  UK Prime Minister has arrived in Moscow Oct.5   Blair praises Pakistan's support  British Prime Minister and Pakistani leader Musharraf met to discuss the U.S.-led war on terrorism Oct.5   Blair visits India  UK Prime Minister had talks on the final leg of a tour to shore up support for the campaign against terrorism Oct.30  Blair for terrorism talks Oct.31  Blair talks with King Fahd Oct.31  Blair is visiting Jordan Nov.1  Blair visits Israel Nov.2  Archbishop Carey appeals to Islam Nov.7  Queen speaks out on terror Nov.8  Jordanian king backs terror fight Nov.8   Musharraf visits England  Pakistan President has called for a short and targeted military campaign against the Taliban Nov.10  Prince urges mercy for flower girl Nov.11  Emergency detention powers Nov.22  Straw lobbies Iran Nov.22  Straw visits Pakistan Nov.29 George Harrison dies
  Former Beatle singer, songwriter and guitarist has died after losing battle against cancer at age 58
Dec.7 Countess' sorrow at lost baby  Prince Edward's wife Sophie, 36, had an operation for an ectopic pregnancy