News Headlines - 11 December 2010

▽Tuition fee plan costs coalition partner - Reuters
The popularity of Nick Clegg, the leader of the coalition government's junior partner, has plummeted and supporters deserting his party over plans to raise university tuition fees, said a poll published on Sunday.

▽Scotland’s transport minister resigns - FT.com
Scotland’s transport minister resigned on Saturday over his handling of the travel chaos caused by heavy snow and ice.
Stewart Stevenson had faced days of pressure after much of central Scotland’s road network was brought to a standstill earlier this week.

▽Russia was tracking Litvinenko's killers: WikiLeaks - Reuters
Russian authorities were following the suspected killers of Alexander Litvinenko, the former Russian agent murdered in London four years ago, but were told by Britain the matter was under control, according to a U.S. diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks on Saturday.

▽Madoff son found dead in NYC in apparent suicide - BusinessWeek
The eldest son of disgraced financier Bernard Madoff hanged himself by a dog leash in his Manhattan apartment on Saturday, the second anniversary of his father's arrest in a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme that swindled thousands of investors of their life savings, law enforcement officials said.

▽Cameron praises UN climate agreement but warns: 'More must be done' - Daily Mail
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1337886/Cameron-praises-UN-climate-agreement-warns-More-done.html?ito=feeds-newsxmlDavid Cameron last night greeted the UN agreement to curb climate change as a ‘very significant step forward’ but warned of the hard work that now lies ahead.







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