News Headlines - 21 July 2011

▽Greece to default as EU agrees €159bn bailout - Telegraph.co.uk
Breaking weeks of deadlock, the heads of the 17 eurozone governments conceded that a "controlled" failure was the only way to prevent the collapse of the single currency and a global financial rout.

▽James Murdoch 'misled MPs about widespread phone hacking' - Daily Mail
When he was questioned by MPs, Mr Murdoch junior firmly denied any knowledge of a crucial email which showed that malpractice at the News of the World was more widespread than the company admitted.
But last night former News of the World editor Colin Myler and former News International legal manager Tom Crone claimed that they had informed Mr Murdoch about the existence of the email.

▽Two more die at Stockport hospital – and toll may rise - The Independent
Greater Manchester Police said yesterday that a total of five people are thought to have died as a result of malicious tampering at Stepping Hill hospital in Stockport.

▽Scandal-hit Prince Andrew to step down as UK trade envoy emissary - The Independent
The Duke of York's days as the UK's special trade emissary, which has brought him into contact with leaders of some of the world's least democratic regimes, are coming to a close.

▽Realist painter Lucian Freud, famed for his nudes of family and friends, dies aged 88 - Daily Mail
Lucian Freud, a towering and uncompromising figure in the art world for more than 50 years, has died, his New York-based art dealer said Thursday. He was 88.







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