News Headlines - 23 January 2011

▽Andy Coulson resigns as phone-hacking scandal rocks Downing Street - The Guardian
Andy Coulson, one of the key members of David Cameron's inner circle, has resigned as Downing Street's director of communications, saying the wave of allegations that he was involved in illegal phone hacking when editor of the News of the World made it impossible for him to continue.

▽BBC apologises for Japanese atomic bomb jokes on QI - BBC
The BBC has apologised after Japan's embassy complained over jokes on an episode of TV comedy quiz show QI.

▽Thousands turn out to bid farewell to HMS Ark Royal - BBC
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Portsmouth to say goodbye to the Royal Navy's flagship, HMS Ark Royal.
The ship, one of the most iconic in the naval fleet, is being taken out of service as part of the government's defence cuts.

▽Iran urged to give up most enriched uranium - Reuters
World powers called on Iran on Saturday to agree to part with most of its stockpile of enriched uranium under a revised proposal for a nuclear fuel swap, seen by the West as a possible confidence-building measure.

▽King's Speech wins best film at Producers Guild awards - BBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-12261801The King's Speech has won the best film accolade at the Producers Guild of America Awards, beating off competition from Oscars favourite the Social Network.







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