News Headlines - 16 April 2011

▽Clegg questions rules of succession - The Press Association
He said the Prime Minister and himself are "sympathetic" to change and that it is worth looking again at the current arrangements whereby the first born son and not a daughter would be the next in line to the throne.

▽Hundreds attend kiss-in outside John Snow pub after venue closes its doors - The Guardian
The pub at the centre of a homophobia row closed its doors, as hundreds of people prepared to attend a "gay kiss-in" protest there.
The John Snow, in Soho, central London, became the focus of unwanted attention when James Bull and Jonathan Williams were asked to leave on Wednesday night by a staff member who allegedly described the couple's kissing as "obscene".

▽Number of victims hacked by News of the World may be 'substantially higher' - Telegraph.co.uk
The number of victims who had their phones hacked by the News of the World may be “substantially higher” the Metropolitan Police has admitted after it began trawling through nearly 10,000 records of private investigator Glenn Mulcaire.

▽Nicolas Cage out on $11,000 bail after New Orleans arrest - Los Angeles Times
Nicolas Cage was arrested Friday in New Orleans on a domestic abuse charge after an allegedly drunken argument with his wife, Alice Kim, about whether the French Quarter residence they were standing in front of was in fact their rental. On Saturday, police released more details about the arrest.

▽Emails expose BP's attempts to control research into impact of Gulf oil spill - The Guardian
Documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act show BP officials discussing how to influence the work of scientists







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