News Headlines - 18 November 2010

▽Royal wedding: rift leaves 'rough' side of Kate's family out in the cold - Telegraph.co.uk
But the "rough and tumble" side of Kate Middleton's family will almost certainly be absent from her wedding to Prince William next year.

▽Top Conservative: recession? You've never had it so good - Telegraph.co.uk
The vast majority of Britons have "never had it so good" because of the low interest rates during the recession, Lord Young, a senior adviser to David Cameron, has declared.

▽U.K. says no need for net neutrality rules - Washington Post
The U.K. minister in charge of communications policy said Wednesday that there isn't a need for so-called net neutrality regulation, citing healthy competition among Internet service providers as the key to preventing unfair practices on the Web.

▽Obama Says Auto Industry `Again on the Rise' After $20 Billion GM Offering - Bloomberg
President Barack Obama said General Motors Co.’s return to the stock market shows the U.S. auto industry is on the rise and will result in taxpayers getting their money back from a government bailout.

▽Sweden orders arrest of WikiLeaks founder - CNN
The Stockholm Criminal Court on Thursday issued an international arrest warrant for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on probable cause, saying he is suspected of rape, sexual molestation and illegal use of force.







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