News Headlines - 23 April 2011

▽Buying a home is £100 a month cheaper than renting - Telegraph.co.uk
A fall in mortgage rates during the last three years means that an average three bedroom property costs £608 a month in mortgage payments compared to £709 in rent.

▽Syria: Forces shoot at mourners - BBC
At least 12 people have been killed as Syrian forces shot at mourners at funerals for anti-government protesters killed on Friday.

▽Royal wedding invitation to crown prince of Bahrain draws criticism - The Guardian
There will be at least one royal presence at Friday's wedding that is likely to raise eyebrows. Among the 46 foreign royals seated in the south lantern, just behind the British monarchy, will be Bahrain's crown prince, Salman bin Hamad al-Khalifa, an invitation that could prove awkward in light of his government's brutal treatment of mainly Shia pro-democracy protesters.

▽David Cameron studies plans for multi-faith Lords - Telegraph.co.uk
David Cameron is considering plans to create a "multi-faith" House of Lords where Muslim imams could sit alongside Anglican and Catholic bishops.

▽Anne Robinson on leaving Weakest Link - The Guadian
After 12 years and 230,000 questions, Anne Robinson is leaving Weakest Link. TV's Queen of Mean talks about knowing when it is time to go - in both work and marriage







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