News Headlines - 03 October 2010

▽Osborne pledges to end City’s dominance - FT.com
George Osborne will on Monday vow to break the dominance of the City in the British economy, as he seeks to balance tough rhetoric on the deficit with the need to sustain future growth in all parts of the UK.

▽Fees and failure jolt for universities - FT.com
Universities should be allowed to fail and tuition fees will need to rise, according to a radical manifesto that will be put forward by a government advisory panel.

▽London Underground grinds to a halt - Telegraph.co.uk
Millions of tube passengers will have their journeys disrupted after thousands of members of the Rail Maritime and Transport union (RMT) and the Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA) walked out on strike over 800 job cuts.

▽Chaos in supermarkets as computerised tills crash - Telegraph.co.uk
Shoppers in Sainsbury's and Waitrose supermarkets around the country faced chaos on Saturday after a computer glitch left them unable to pay for their shopping.

▽ISPs admit to taking money for handing over subscribers' data - Inquirer
A VICTIM of shoddy lack of data protection by ACS:Law, Sky Broadband has admitted that copyright holders pay the costs incurred by Internet service providers (ISPs) to turn over the personal information of their subscribers accused of copyright infringement.







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