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One of the tanker drivers said two of his colleagues had been beheaded when the Taliban struck. Inbrief Lake victim was Suede manager THE father who died after diving into an Italian lake during a family holiday was the manager of Nineties rock band Suede. Jon Eydmann, 41, spent two days on life support after being pulled from Lake Como in front of his partner and their eight-year-old son. Mr Eydmann, who is believed to have suffered a seizure, also worked as a chef. Suede split up in 2003, after five hit albums. Teachers: Let us get drunk! THOUSANDS of teachers are protesting over rules they fear could get them fired for being drunk at weekends. A code of conduct drawn up by the General Teaching Council aims for them to behave as role models both inside and outside the classroom through reasonable standards in their own behaviour. But union the NASUWT has dubbed the code an intrusion into their private lives. HandovertoAfghantroopstostartin2011 GORDON BROWN today acceler- ated his exit strategy from the war in Afghanistan. He was using a major speech at the International Institute for Strategic Studies in central London to announce a shift in strategy that will allow troops to come home up to a year earlier. A target to train 134,000 Afghan soldiers to take on the Taliban will be brought forward from the end of 2011 to the end of next year. Mr Brown was indicating that Britain can pull out with its head held high once the Afghan army is equipped and trained to fight alone. He spoke as a British soldier killed by an explosion in Afghanistan on Wednesday was today named as Lance Corporal Richard James Brandon of the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. A second soldier from 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment, who died in gunfire yesterday while on foot patrol, was expected to be named later today. The bodies of Sergeant Stuart Millar, 40, from Inverness, and Private Kevin Elliott, 24, from Dundee, who were killed in a bomb blast on Monday were also flown home. The Prime Minister was planning a passionate defence of the mission that has already cost the lives of 212 British troops, insisting it is vital to security from terrorism. But his attempt to win back pub- lic support for an unpopular war was rocked by the shock resignation last night of Eric Joyce, the minis- terial aide to Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth. Mr Joyce stormed out after writing a scathing resignation letter that damned the war aims and the levels of equipment and support given to soldiers. I do not think the public will accept for much longer that our losses can be justified by simply referring to the risk of greater terrorism on our streets, wrote Mr Joyce, a former Army major. Nor do I think we can continue with the present level of uncer- tainty about the future. In his speech today, Mr Brown was saying: People ask what suc- cess in Afghanistan would look like. The answer is that we will have succeeded when our troops are coming home because the Afghans are doing the job themselves. woman went to Waltham Forest police station claiming that Tweed and his friend, events promoter Ashley Rubin, had put her through a degrading ordeal in a bedroom at Tweeds essex home. Police were today conducting a thorough search of the address. Tweed, whose antics have prompted a series of headlines since reality TV star Goodys death in March, was being questioned at an east london police station. The woman is understood to have met him at embassy nightclub in Mayfair last night and been invited to his home. A Met Police spokesman said: A female in her late teens made an allegation of sexual assault this morning. The alleged incident occurred in the Redbridge area in the early hours. Two men have been arrested in connection with the inquiry. Tweed has come in for heavy criticism since his wifes death at 27 from cervical cancer. He was pictured partying in nightclubs just weeks after her funeral. Two weeks ago it was reported he was threatened with eviction from the house he rents after a series of parties. He was said to have received 100 complaints from neighbours. last month he admitted he was drinking heavily to deal with his grief, which came a week after he admitted to a drunken one-night stand. In May he was released from jail after serving half of a 12-week sentence for assaulting a taxi driver. Out on the town: Tweed outside Embassy last month -- the club he went to last night before his arrest today Couple: Tweed and Jade Goody Well bring back British soldiers early, vows PMKilled by explosion: Lance Corporal Richard James Brandon died on Wednesday H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html