News Headlines - 25 June 2011

▽Woman who claimed MP Andrew Bridgen sexually assaulted her speaks out - Mirror.co.uk
Annabelle Fuller, 29, spoke out to defend herself over the rumours that have swirled since Andrew Bridgen was arrested over the ­allegation he groped her on the balcony of his Westminster flat.

▽Google confirms FTC's antitrust probe - The Guardian
Google has been formally notified by the US Federal Trade Commission of a wide-ranging investigation into its dominance of the search advertising market, the company confirmed on Friday.

▽James Murdoch hints BSkyB takeover is just start of expansion over decade - The Guardian
News Corporation's James Murdoch has indicated that the takeover of BSkyB is just the beginning of a major expansion over the next decade, arguing that compared with "monolithic" technology and telecoms companies such as Google the global media business is "not big enough".

▽Prince William thanks Irish Guards for their royal wedding presence at medal presentation - Mirror.co.uk
Six soldiers from the 1st Battalion, Irish Guards, swapped their combat uniforms for ceremonial dress to help out with the royal wedding - with a handful returning to the UK just seven days earlier.

▽Prince Albert of Monaco and Charlene Wittstock prepare for wedding - The Guardian
He is the prince who never grew up – a one-time playboy and son of the Hollywood star Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier of Monaco. She is a working-class South African 20 years his junior, a former Olympic swimmer and the daughter of a photocopier salesman.







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