News Headlines - 31 July 2011

▽Reid hopes for vote on deal Sunday night - Washington Post
With the default deadline just two days away, prospects for a debt-limit deal seemed to significantly brighten early Sunday after the White House entered intense negotiations with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday in a last-ditch bid to forge a bipartisan agreement to raise the federal debt limit.

▽Chilcot to 'heavily criticise' Tony Blair over Iraq war - The Guardian
Tony Blair is reported to be heading for heavy criticism by the official inquiry into the Iraq war, which is likely to focus on his alleged failure to consult the cabinet fully in the run-up to the 2003 invasion.

▽A tale of two industries - The Economist
The contrast between two adjacent factories in an East Midlands town suggests how British manufacturing might prosper

▽Scotland Yard Identifies LulzSec Hacker - PC Magazine
The teenage hacker arrested last week in the U.K. for his alleged involvement with Anonymous and LulzSec is reportedly an 18-year-old named Jake Davis.
Scotland Yard on Sunday revealed that the hacker known as "Topiary" is actually Davis, from the U.K.'s Shetland Islands, according to security firm Sophos and Daily Mail crime reporter Chris Greenwood.

▽New songs to reveal Amy Winehouse's heartbreak over Blake split - Metro
A posthumous album will reveal the extent of Amy Winehouse's heartbreak following the meltdown of her marriage to Blake Fielder-Civil.







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