News Headlines - 01 December 2010

▽Wikileaks' Assange in UK, police know where: report - Reuters
Wikileaks website founder Julian Assange is in Britain and police know his whereabouts but have refrained so far from acting on an international warrant for his arrest, a British newspaper said on Thursday.

▽MPs failing to follow new rules on expenses - The Guardian
The Times has obtained a list of the 1,574 claims rejected in four months by the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (Ipsa), which suggests some MPs are failing to follow the tough new rules introduced in the wake of the expenses scandal.

▽ECB to keep unlimited liquidity, may hint on bond buys - Reuters
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE6B109220101202On Wednesday, a day after investors unassuaged by a bailout of Ireland pushed the risk premiums on Spanish and Italian bonds to euro lifetime highs, speculation grew that the European Central Bank could rush through new anti-crisis measures, including government bond buying on a much larger scale.

▽Mixed Reaction to F.C.C. Internet Plan - New York Times
The plan from the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission to ensure an open and neutral Internet drew mixed reviews on Wednesday from consumer advocates and Internet service providers, presenting the agency with an uncertain way forward as it considers new broadband regulation.

▽Hundreds of flights grounded by snow - Telegraph.co.uk
This was the worst disruption to British aviation since the ash crisis in April, which grounded thousands of flights across the whole of Europe.







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