News Headlines - 17 April 2011

▽The double nightmare scenario for David Cameron on 5 May - The Guardian   
Many Conservatives will be demented with rage if they are defeated in the referendum on electoral reform

▽Job loss fear after cross put in Wakefield company van - BBC
An electrician from West Yorkshire fears he could lose his job after putting a palm cross in a company van... WDH said he failed to comply with company policy which prohibits employees from displaying personal items in vehicles.

▽Nic Cage -- Arguing with Wife in Tattoo Shop Video - TMZ.com
TMZ has obtained surveillance video taken inside a tattoo shop just before Nic Cage was arrested -- where he can clearly be seen carrying some sort of drink as he argues with his wife and others.

▽Secrets put on internet in Whitehall blunders - Telegraph.co.uk
Secret information from at least three separate government departments is available on the internet because of incompetent handling of sensitive material by Whitehall officials, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.

▽Sony Ericsson Working On W15 Android Walkman Phone? - ITProPortal
Sony Ericsson is apparently looking to revive the Walkman brand with the introduction of a W15 smartphone that will be based on the miniature Xperia X8 smartphone complete with some upgraded electronics.







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