News Headlines - 08 November 2010

▽Worst-injured survivor relives 7/7 - This is London
The most seriously injured survivor of the July 7 2005 bombings has told how he watched the terror plot's ringleader detonate his suicide bomb.

▽Teachers' pay and sickness records to be published - Telegraph.co.uk
For the first time, schools with high staff sickness rates will be exposed. Reforms will also enable parents to discover the size of teachers' salaries and the number of staff with A-levels, degrees and postgraduate qualifications.

▽Ed Miliband announces birth of second son on Twitter - The Guardian
Labour leader tweeted 'Thanks for all the good wishes. He's gorgeous. Mum and baby doing great.'

▽Cameron hails 'revolutionary' Whitehall data website - BBC
David Cameron has launched a website where departments set out business plans and timetables to achieve them.

▽Royal Navy website attacked by Romanian hacker - BBC
The Royal Navy's website has been hacked by a suspected Romanian hacker known as TinKode.
The hacker gained access to the website on 5 November using a common attack method known as SQL injection.
TinKode published details of the information he recovered, which included user names and passwords of the site's administrators.
A Royal Navy spokesperson confirmed the site had been compromised and said: "There has been no malicious damage."
They added that as a precaution the site has been "temporarily suspended" and that security teams were investigating how the hacker got access. They said no confidential information had been disclosed.







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