News Headlines - 01 September 2010

▽Sweden reopens investigation into rape claim against Julian Assange - The Guardian
Sweden's chief prosecutor said this morning she was reopening a preliminary investigation into a rape claim against the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, the latest twist to a case in which prosecutors of different ranks have overruled each other.

▽BBC loses court battle over Stig - BBC
The BBC has lost a legal fight to stop publication of a book which reveals the identity of Top Gear's driver The Stig.

▽Rupert Murdoch's pay falls by 6% to £10.9m as British newspapers suffer - The Guardian
While Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers  laid off journalists and fought their way through a global advertising recession, the Australian-born media mogul endured a modest degree of personal belt-tightening – his take-home pay dropped by 6% to $16.8m, or £10.9m.

▽Tony Blair: Gordon Brown had 'zero' emotional intelligence - Telegraph.co.uk
He admitted that he repeatedly considered sacking Mr Brown but failed to identify anyone who could replace him and eventually concluded that he was better “inside and constrained” than “outside and let loose”.

▽Tony Blair: 'Iraq war became a nightmare I failed to foresee' - Telegraph.co.uk
Tony Blair did not use his memoir to issue the full apology that has long been demanded of him for leading Britain into the Iraq war – but he admitted failing to foresee the “nightmare” that unfolded after he committed British troops to the conflict in 2003.







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