Oil stoppage going well, BP says

BBC: President Obama gave a cautious welcome but added: "It is important we don't get ahead of ourselves." Pressure within the well is steadily rising, a good sign, said Kent Wells, BP's vice president. The oil has been stopped for the first time since 20 April, as part of a 48-hour test. Spilled oil has damaged hundreds of miles of Gulf coastline since April, with serious economic damage to the region. BP has already paid out more than $200m (£130m) in claims to ......

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