News Headlines - 12 February 2011

▽Ken Clarke warns middle class over cuts - BBC
The middle classes are unaware of the scale of government spending cuts that will hit them this year, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke has said.

▽President Obama calls fellow leaders on Egypt - Reuters
President Barack Obama on Saturday welcomed Egypt's new military rulers' commitment to civilian rule and respect for all treaties and stressed U.S. support, including financial support, for Egypt.

▽Yesterday Egypt, today Algeria - The Guardian
This was the slogan of the brave protesters in Algiers on Saturday, making the first breach in Algeria's wall of fear

▽Pakistan Issues Arrest Warrant for Musharraf in Bhutto’s Killing - New York Times
A Pakistani court on Saturday issued an arrest warrant for former President Pervez Musharraf in connection with the 2007 assassination of Benazir Bhutto, a former prime minister and his rival. em this year, Justice Secretary Ken Clarke has said.

▽Dragon Bannatyne backs rail campaign - The Northern Echo
DRAGON’S Den star Duncan Bannatyne has backed a campaign to bring train building back to the region...
“Hitachi’s investment would be the biggest the North-East has seen since Nissan in the Eighties.
“The plan will help economic growth in the region and rebalance the economy in favour of the private sector, especially manufacturing.”







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