2011.07.30

News Headlines - 30 July 2011

▽Watchdog chairman quits over hacking report branded a 'whitewash' - Evening Standard
http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23974228-scandal-set-to-force-out-head-of-press-watchdog.do
The chairman of the press watchdog resigned today after being criticised heavily for her handling of the phone-hacking crisis.

▽Labour Reveals News International Meetings - Sky News
http://news.sky.com/home/politics/article/16040416
Labour frontbenchers have published details of dozens of meetings with senior News International figures after Ed Miliband attacked the Government for getting too cosy with the newspaper group.

▽Metropolitan Police starts computer hacking probe - BBC
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-14351004
A new team of officers is to probe allegations of computer hacking, the Metropolitan Police has announced.

▽Nokia slips in smartphone market as Apple and Samsung overtake - Telegraph.co.uk

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/nokia/8671292/Nokia-slips-in-smartphone-market-as-Apple-and-Samsung-overtake.html
Nokia had been number one but slipped to third in the second quarter of this year with a 15 per cent share of the global market. Apple has a 19 per cent share and Samsung has 18 per cent, according to analysts Strategy Analytics.

▽'Misleading' Airbrushed Roberts Ad Banned - Sky News
http://news.sky.com/home/showbiz-news/article/16038433
Airbrushed make-up adverts featuring actress Julia Roberts and model Christy Turlington have been banned after complaints they are misleading.


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