News Headlines - 05 December 2010

▽Russian 'spy': Lib Dem MP Mike Hancock denies researcher facing deportation is Moscow sleeper agent - Telegraph.co.uk
Katia Zatuliveter, a researcher for an MP on the influential defence select committee, is to be expelled from Britain after being questioned on suspicion of espionage by security services.

▽UK Uncut targets Topshop and Vodafone over tax arrangements - The Guardian
Movement invades stores in push for government to tax the rich and big companies more instead of making budget cuts

▽Iran nuclear program self-sufficient, top official claims - CNN
Iran now produces everything it needs for the nuclear fuel cycle, making its nuclear program self-sufficient, the head of the country's Atomic Energy Organization told state media Sunday.

▽China leadership 'orchestrated Google hacking' - BBC
Senior Chinese figures were behind the hacking of Google earlier this year which forced the search engine to quit the country, leaked US cables suggest.

▽Guardian iPad app on the way, and new iPhone subscription charge - Techwatch
The Guardian iPhone app will cost £2.99 for six months, and £3.99 for twelve months, so for a full year it’s 33p per month which isn’t likely to break the bank. In the States, there’ll be a free ad-supported version.







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