News Headlines - 15 July 2011

▽Rupert Murdoch apologises for serious wrongdoing at News of the World - Telegraph.co.uk
Rupert Murdoch has apologised for the 'serious wrongdoing' of the News of the World phone hacking scandal, in an advertisement to be placed in all national newspapers this weekend.

▽Ten banks may fail today’s stress tests - Financial Times
The results of the stress tests – due at 5pm UK time – are expected to see about 10 of the 91 banks tested fall short of having the required 5 per cent core tier one capital, including a clutch of four smaller Spanish savings banks and as many as three Greek banks.

▽Nations Formally Support Libyan Opposition - Sky News
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's regime has been declared illegitimate by over 30 nations who have formally recognised the main opposition group as the country's government.

▽Queen hails wartime codebreakers - The Independent
The Queen today hailed Britain's Second World War codebreakers whose vital work remained unknown for decades.
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh met veterans and unveiled a monument at Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes.

▽Pink Floyd guitarist's son Charlie Gilmour jailed for drug-fuelled rampage - Telegraph.co.uk
Charlie Gilmour, the son of the Pink Floyd guitarist Dave Gilmour, has been jailed for 16 months for going on a drink and drug-fuelled rampage during a student fees protest in London.







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