News Headlines - 26 February 2011

▽Government urged to approve train deal after steel success - The Northern Echo
Transport Secretary Philip Hammond is rumoured to be planning an announcement on IEP next week when Parliament resumes after a half-term break.
Hitachi has pledged to build an assembly plant at Newton Aycliffe, County Durham, if it gets the £7.5bn contract to build the country's next generation of high-speed trains.

▽Ministers say high-speed rail will make Birmingham the new Lyon - Telegraph.co.uk
Philip Hammond, the Transport Secretary, will launch a five-month public consultation tomorrow, saying the project is vital for regeneration and tackling the north-south divide.

▽Solved - the mystery of the Telegraph's Libyan reporter, Arthur Henderson - The Guardian
There has been a degree of frustration among national newspaper editors, to put it mildly, that they have not managed to get correspondents into Tripoli...
But what's this on page 15 of today's Daily Telegraph? None other than an eye-witness report from Tripoli, bylined Arthur Henderson...
The rest of the foreign reporting legion were baffled. They had never heard of a correspondent called Arthur Henderson before. Had the Telegraph found a new journalistic star?

▽Phone hacking: Mulcaire must reveal who hired him in Coogan case - The Guardian
Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator at the centre of the News of the World phone-hacking case, has been ordered by the high court to reveal the names of executives who commissioned him.

▽Face it ... the drugs don't work - The Sun
THESE shocking before and after images reveal in stark and simple terms the cost drug addiction takes on the human face.







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