News Headlines - 12 December 2010

▽Sweden suicide bomber: Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly was living in Britain - Telrgraph.co.uk
An Islamic suicide bomber who attacked Christmas shoppers in Sweden at the weekend is a British university graduate and was living in this country until two weeks ago.

▽Anti-Muslim US preacher Terry Jones could be banned from UK - The Guardian
The American preacher who planned a mass burning of the Qur'an on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks could be banned from entering Britain under incitement and national security laws.

▽WikiLeaks cables: MI5 offered files on Finucane killing to inquiry - The Guardian
MI5 has said that it is prepared to hand over sensitive files on one of the most high-profile murders during the Northern Ireland Troubles carried out by loyalist gunmen working with members of the British security forces.
The offer in the case of the Pat Finucane, the well-known civil rights and defence lawyer murdered in front of his wife and three young children in 1989, is contained in confidential US embassy cables passed to WikiLeaks.

▽Britain 'more Thatcherite now than in the 80s' says survey - The Guardian
Britain is now more Thatcherite than when Margaret Thatcher was in power, with people much less supportive of the welfare state and the redistribution of wealth than in the 1980s, according to an authoritative study of the country's mood.

▽Amazon UK goes offline amid threats of cyber attacks - The Guardian
The online shopping site Amazon was briefly offline this evening in the UK, Germany, Italy and France and an unknown number of other countries, possibly after a denial of service attack launched by Anonymous, a loose group sympathetic to – but unconnected with – WikiLeaks.







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