News Headlines - 27 December 2010

▽Christmas bomb plot: nine men remanded over plan to 'blow up Big Ben and Westminster Abbey' - Telegraph.co.uk
Nine alleged terrorists plotted a Christmas bombing campaign targeting sites that included the London Stock Exchange and Big Ben, a court heard.

▽We may not have enjoyed this year's weather, but British wildlife is thriving - Daily Mail
The coldest winter for more than 30 years was followed by a delayed, sunny spring and warm, wet summer, which led to many species enjoying a bumper year, the National Trust said.

▽Daniel Craig spotted hand-in-hand with Rachel Weisz - Metro
The Bond star was snapped in photos by the News of the World with the star of The Mummy films, showing that he has been able to move on after his split with American movie producer partner Satsuki Mitchell.

▽Double joy for Natalie Portman as she announces she's engaged... and pregnant - Daily Mail
Actress Natalie Portman has lots to celebrate, after announcing her engagement and pregnancy.
The Israeli-American star, 29, is expecting her first child with fiance, ballet choreographer Benjamin Millepied, in Spring 2011.

▽Britain has 21 millionaires yet to claim lottery prizes - Mirror.co.uk
BRITAIN currently has 21 mystery lotto millionaires with £29million waiting to be paid out to winners.







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