News Headlines - 04 December 2010

▽Lib Dems in disarray over key student fees vote - stv.tv
The issue has split the Liberal Democrats, the junior partner in the Conservative-led coalition, and drawn thousands of students onto the streets across the country in protest.
Three demonstrations in central London involved some violence and a fourth march is planned in the capital on Wednesday, the eve of the vote.

▽Spanish Air Traffic Controllers Returning to Work, But Disruption Continues - Voice of America
Spanish air traffic controllers are returning to work following a wildcat strike.  However, the disruption at airports continues and Spanish authorities have declared a "state of alarm" and some airlines have cancelled flights to and from Spain until Sunday.

▽WikiLeaks: Britain mocked by US over 'special relationship' - Telegraph.co.uk
The documents suggest a faint ridiculing of Britain's attitude to the US, with politicians described as "paranoid" about maintaining the "special relationship" with the US.

▽WikiLeaks cables: Conservatives promised to run 'pro-American regime' - The Guardian
Conservative party politicians lined up before the general election to promise that they would run a "pro-American regime" and buy more arms from the US if they came to power this year, the leaked American embassy cables show.

▽WikiLeaks donations account cut off - The Press Association
Pressure is mounting on WikiLeaks after the online payment agency PayPal cut off the account it uses to gather donations from supporters.







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