News Headlines - 09 January 2011

▽Arizona massacre suspect: 'I planned ahead' - CNN
The suspect in the weekend massacre in Arizona scrawled "my assassination" and "I planned ahead" on an envelope found in his home, according to court documents released Sunday.

▽Let me play Joanna in reconstruction’: Mother wants to take part in Crimewatch film to find the killer
The mother of Joanna Yeates has volunteered to play the role of her daughter in a filmed reconstruction of the night the landscape architect was last seen alive.
Theresa Yeates, 58, has been told by senior detectives of plans to stage a re-enactment which would be broadcast in the next episode of the BBC's Crimewatch.

▽Oldham byelection: Opinion polls point to comfortable Labour win - The Guardian
The Labour leader, Ed Miliband, was today breathing a sigh of relief after two polls showed his party 17 points ahead of the Liberal Democrats in the byelection in Oldham and Saddleworth that takes place on Thursday. The Conservatives are trailing badly in third place.

▽High street sales barely hit by snow - FT.com
Snow and freezing conditions over the Christmas period had a limited impact on UK high street sales in spite of claims to the contrary by some of the country’s biggest retailers, according to a report.

▽Beckhams make Facebook announcement about baby no.4 - Metro
The Beckhams marked their return to Britain by announcing that Victoria is pregnant with their fourth child and due this summer.







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