News Headlines - 31 December 2010

▽David Cameron warns of difficult 2011 in new year message - The Guardian
David Cameron has said 2011 will be a "difficult year", in his first new year's message to the country as prime minister.
He warned that the terrorist threat to the UK was "as serious as it ever has been", and stressed the need to counter extremism.

▽London commuters face 'staggering' New Year fare rises - BBC
London TravelWatch said Tube, bus and tram fares will go up by an average of 6.8% but "behind these headline figures are some incredibly high increases".

▽Councils write off millions to foreign drivers - The Press Association
Councils across the UK, including London, wrote off thousands of parking tickets worth millions of pounds in the last two years as they cannot trace drivers of foreign-registered vehicles they have been issued to.

▽Teenager shot dead by gang in chilling echo of Damilola case - Daily Mail
A teenager was shot dead and two others knifed in an orgy of violence between rival gangs.
Three men have been arrested after the 17-year-old was trapped and gunned down following a chase through a notorious estate in Peckham, South-East London.

▽Unions step up campaign for trains - nebusiness.co.uk
UNIONS in the North-east are stepping up their campaign for a huge Hitachi train manufacturing plant to be based near Darlington.
The Northern TUC has published analysis showing that the jobs created by Hitachi and the Agility Trains Consortium would save the taxpayer substantial sums on an annual basis if the Intercity Express Programme proceeded and Newton Aycliffe was chosen as the site.







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