News Headlines - 18 August 2010

▽Sky Survey: Support For Clegg's Lib Dems At 8% - Sky News
Support for the Liberal Democrats has slumped to below 10% and if there was an election tomorrow, the Conservatives would win a majority, according to a Sky News survey of website users to mark the first 100 days of the coalition.

▽Lib Dems should be able to veto coalition policies, says Simon Hughes - The Guardian
Simon Hughes said today that Liberal Democrats should be able to veto government policy, as cracks appeared in the Lib Dem party as it marked 100 days of coalition with the Conservatives.

▽100 facts about the coalition's first 100 days - The Guardian
The Conservative-Lib Dem coalition government is 100 days old. Andrew Sparrow looks back over its highs and lows so far

▽Thousands Of Holidays Ruined By Kiss Collapse - Sky News
More than 60,000 travellers face having their holiday plans disrupted or ruined after the collapse of travel firm Kiss Flights.

▽Bum rap for thief stuck in window - The Sun
WHAT a silly burglar! Firemen free a hapless thief who got STUCK for six hours in a tiny window as he tried to break into a house yesterday.







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