News Headlines - 26 June 2011

▽UFOs spotted over London? - Telegraph.co.uk
A video of bright disc-shaped objects dashing through the blue skies over central London has been posted on YouTube.

▽LulzSec says it is to disband - The Guardian
LulzSec, which consists of only six hackers, said it was disbanding after 50 days "disrupting and exposing corporations, governments, often the general population itself, and quite possibly everything in between, just because we could". "Lulz" is internet slang for laughs.

▽Cut-and-paste therapy fixes mouse haemophilia - Nature.com
Scientists have developed a gene-repair kit that treats the blood-clotting disorder haemophilia in mice. The technique replaces genes in targeted organs without removing cells from the body, simultaneously correcting multiple mutations.

▽Jane Norman fashion chain prepares for pre-pack administration - The Guardian
Zolfo Cooper, the US accounting firm, has been lined up to implement a pre-pack administration of Jane Norman, the stricken women's fashion chain, which has become one of the latest symbols of distress on the UK high street.

▽David Cameron constituency chairman Christopher Shale found dead in Glastonbury VIP area toilet - Mirror.co.uk
A senior member of David Cameron's Tory constituency died today in a portable toilet at Glastonbury Festival.







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