News Headlines - 17 July 2011

▽Met chief’s exit follows growing pressure - Financial Times
Sir Paul enjoyed a free three-week stay earlier this year at Champney’s, a leading health spa, following surgery. Champney’s was at the time employing Mr Wallis, a former News of the World journalist, who also gave public relations advice to the Met. The New York Times has also alleged Mr Wallis reported back to News International while he worked for the police.

▽Rebekah Brooks's arrest came as a surprise despite fortnight of bad press - The Guardian
Rebekah Brooks did not know she was going to become the 10th person arrested in the phone-hacking investigation when her resignation as News International's chief executive was announced on Friday.

▽'Stress Tests' Fail to Ease Pressure on Euro - Wall Street Journal
The much-anticipated euro-zone banking "stress tests" failed to provide any relief for the euro, which faces undiminished pressures on several fronts.

▽RAF's largest aircraft appears in public for first time - Telegraph.co.uk
Voyager, the RAF's largest aircraft, is officially named at the Royal International Air Tattoo.

▽Japan Battles Back to Win Women’s World Cup - New York Times
Japan won its first Women’s World Cup on Sunday in a triumph built on hope and renewal, lifting a stricken country and somehow finding a way to win a match that the United States dominated for long stretches but could never control.







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