Guest starring Art Malik, Tom Mison and James Fox, father of Laurence (subtitles) (repeat)A £30,000 consignment of mercury is stolen and the squad is bemused when the prime suspect comes up with a cast-iron alibi - he was in the company of his `mistress' hours before his planned wedding ceremony.Diana Dors guest stars in the crime drama, alongside John Thaw and Dennis Waterman (subtitles) (repeat)A Scottish detective on the trail of a gang of crooks requests help, and the squad resolves to catch his quarry.Darr has recently appeared in the fourth season of Weeds (on Showtime) as Ann Carilli. Her film work includes the Oscar-award winning Gods and Monsters (1998), in which she appeared as Dana Boone (Brendan Fraser's character's wife), Pomegranate (2005), as Julia (Leah Pipes's character's mother) in the soccer film Her Best Move (2006), National Lampoon's Bag Boy (2007), and This Is 40 (2012).
Each of the coaches are given `steals', which gives them a chance to save any of the acts knocked out by their rival coaches during the sing-offs.
Let no-one doubt that unions and the TUC will protect and defend dedicated public service workers.'Where members - faced with attacks on jobs, pay or pensions - take a democratic decision for industrial action, they will have the support of their unions and the TUC stands ready to co-ordinate that.'His prognosis comes after the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development sounded the alarm over a slowdown in the global economy and Britain’s trade deficit hit a record £8.7billion in July.
Taking to the stage after Mr Barber today, Unison general secretary Dave Prentis claimed it was a 'lie' that the country could not afford decent public services and claimed it was a front for privatisation.'If money is tight, never mind a pay freeze for our members, how about a pay freeze for bankers?
It sees deficit reduction as the be all and end all, forgetting it was public spending that saved the economy from collapse during the banking crisis.'Mark Serwotka, leader of the Public and Commercial Services union, said public sector workers should not take lectures from millionaires, claiming the real 'scroungers' were the rich who avoided paying their taxes.
He said: 'As far as we are concerned, not one single job should be lost.