News Headlines - 13 January 2011

▽U.K. Will Not Aid Fresh Euro-Zone Rescues - Wall Street Journal
Speaking at a press conference following a meeting with French Prime Minister Francois Fillon, Mr. Cameron said the U.K. supported a strong and successful currency bloc, but indicated that Britain would not be taking part in new strategies to bolster it.

▽The degree that comes with a £20,000 salary... while you're still a student - Daily Mail
KPMG’s aim is to lure the ‘best talent’ by the prospect of graduating with ‘savings, not debt’. It will sign school-leavers on a six-year contract which will lead to a BSc in accounting and a full accountancy qualification.

▽MPs grill Bob Diamond over banker's bonuses‎ - The Wharf
Bob Diamond, chief executive of Wharf bank Barclays, faced a grilling by members of the Treasury Select Committee on Tuesday, where he was questioned for more than two hours on issues including bonuses.

▽Oldham byelection: Blow to Lib Dems as Labour hold seat - The Guardian
Nick Clegg suffered a rebuff early this morning when voters spurned the Liberal Democrats to hand Labour victory in Britain's first parliamentary byelection since the formation of the coalition last May.

▽Jimmy Wales says Wikipedia too complicated for many
Wikipedia is too complicated for many people to modify despite billing itself as "the free encyclopaedia that anyone can edit", its founder has said.







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