News Headlines - 16 October 2010

▽Spending Review: Ministers agree MoD budget cut - BBC
Cutbacks in the UK's £37bn annual defence budget have been finalised ahead of the chancellor's Spending Review, the BBC understands.

▽France hit by new wave of mass pension protests - BBC
A fifth day of protests in France against proposed pension reforms brought 825,000 people on to the streets, police said, although unions put the figure at 2.5m to 3m.

▽Oscar Wilde's 156th birthday celebrated with Google doodle - The Guardian
Oscar Wilde, writer, poet, playwright, wit and gay icon. His 156th birthday is celebrated with a Google doodle

▽Keith Richards describes Mick Jagger as 'unbearable' - NME.com
Richards, who is currently promoting his autobiography 'Life', was describing his friendship with Jagger to The Times when he made the admission that he and Jagger don't get on. He added that he has taken to calling the singer "Brenda" and "Your Majesty" as a joke.

▽Union deal saves 16,000 car jobs and creates 2,000 more at Jaguar Land Rover - Mirror.co.uk
Around 16,000 jobs have been saved and 2,000 more created after a dramatic turnaround in fortunes at luxury car maker Jaguar Land Rover.







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