News Headlines - 04 September 2010

▽The Queen at Breakfast – painted by the Duke - The Guardian
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/sep/03/the-queen-at-breakfast-paintingThe Duke of Edinburgh's impressionist painting of his wife, kept in his private collection since 1965, will be included in a book to be published on Monday

▽First 'intelligent' stamp launched - The Press Association
Royal Mail is due to launch the world's first "intelligent" stamp.
The stamp is the first to work with image recognition technology, which will launch exclusive online content when activated by an iPhone or Android smartphone.
The initial stamp is part of the Royal Mail's latest Great British Railways edition.

▽Metro Bank claims early success in fight for customers - Independent
Metro Bank yesterday claimed to have beaten its target for new account openings this year in the space of just a month.

▽UK and France won't share aircraft carriers, says Defence Secretary Liam Fox - Telegraph.co.uk
"I think it is unrealistic to share an aircraft carrier but, in other areas like tactical lift we can see what we can do," Liam Fox, the Defence Secretary, said at a meeting in Paris with his French counterpart Herve Morin. "I can't deny that there is an element of urgency added by budget concerns."

▽Wikileaks founder admits sexual relations with accuser - Telegraph.co.uk
Julian Assange, the founder of the Wikileaks whistleblower website, admitted that he had sexual relations with one of two Swedish women who accused him of sex crimes.







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