News Headlines - 27 June 2011

▽Public sector strikes to go ahead after talks fail - The Guardian
Public sector strikes will go ahead on Thursday after ministers failed to reach a settlement with union leaders over pension reforms despite appearing to offer a compromise over the local government scheme.

▽Press Association journalist arrested in phone hacking investigation - Telegraph.co.uk
Scotland Yard said the reporter was arrested by appointment when she attended a central London police station at around 3pm on suspicion of intercepting communications, contrary to Section 1 Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA) 2000.

▽James Bulger killer Jon Venables denied parole - BBC
Venables was released on licence in 2001 after serving his sentence for killing James, but was jailed for two years in July 2010 after admitting downloading and distributing indecent images of children.

▽Ryan Giggs helps Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to record month - The Guardian
Twitter's UK audience jumped by a third between April and May as thousands of users tweeted about Giggs's alleged extra-marital affair. The number of female pensioners using the site also doubled month on month, according to online traffic figures released by UKOM/Nielsen on Monday.

▽France to invest one billion euros in nuclear power - Telegraph.co.uk
France will invest one billion euros in future nuclear power development while boosting research into security, President Nicolas Sarkozy said on Monday.







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