News Headlines - 11 July 2011

▽Gordon Brown 'targeted by Sunday Times' - BBC
Gordon Brown is said to be "shocked" after it was alleged the Sunday Times targeted his personal information when he was Chancellor...
The Browns also fear medical records relating to their son Fraser, whom the Sun revealed in 2006 had cystic fibrosis, may have been obtained.

▽Phone hacking: Rupert Murdoch forced to back down over BSkyB takeover - Telegraph.co.uk
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp yesterday sought to delay its proposed takeover of BSkyB in an apparent attempt to wait for public anger over the phone hacking scandal to subside. 

▽One down: Former tabloid editor gets skewered in crossword - Globe and Mail
Who is a target of angry former tabloid employees?
That would be R-E-B-E-K-A-H B-R-O-O-K-S.
Departing staff at News of the World, the now-defunct British tabloid owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, have given former editor Rebekah Brooks the flip-off in the form of a crossword

▽Public services reform to slow down, white paper suggests - The Guardian
The government has signalled a major easing of the pace of its public services reforms by publishing a scaled-back plan for overhauling the country's schools, hospitals and social care provision and warning that the changes "cannot all be achieved at once".

▽Cyprus: Navy chief killed by base munitions blast - BBC
The head of Cyprus' navy, Andreas Ioannides, was among 12 people killed when seized containers of gunpowder exploded its main base.







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