News Headlines - 21 September 2010

▽London to Frankfurt by train for as little as £49 - train giant to spark price war with new high-speed route - MailOnline
・Bullet train set to arrive at St Pancras next month in trial run
・One way fares could be as little as £49

▽UK borrows record £15,900,000,000 in a single month - Scotsman
THE UK sank into the red by £15.9 billion last month during the worst August for public-sector borrowing on record, official figures showed yesterday.

▽Labour leadership contest enters final leg - BBC
Labour's leadership contest is entering its final day as the five candidates campaign for the remaining votes of MPs, party members and trade unions.

▽Real 'James Bond' revealed in MI6 archives - telegraph.co.uk
The real James Bond was an “incorrigible raconteur” with a penchant for pretty women and fast cars, a new history of MI6 reveals.

▽Mouseover Exploit Spreads Porn on Twitter - Reuters
Twitter users who read and write using the twitter.com website got a nasty surprise this morning: a JavaScript exploit was causing their accounts to retweet spam and porn, just by dragging their cursor over a link (or in some cases, anywhere on the Twitter.com screen).







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