News Headlines - 02 September 2011

▽Breakfast murder teen jailed - Sky News
A teenage boy who killed his former girlfriend to get a free breakfast from a friend has been jailed for an indefinite period...
Davies had routinely joked about killing Rebecca in the months before the murder.
One friend went so far as to promise him a free breakfast if he took her life, little thinking he would take the offer seriously.

▽David Cameron: Tony Blair was wrong about the riots - The Guardian
David Cameron has dismissed Tony Blair's claim that it was wrong to portray the riots in England as evidence of a widespread "moral collapse" afflicting society.
In an interview on the Today programme, the prime minister said the fact that bystanders got involved in looting meant that rioting was not simply caused by members of a "criminal underclass".

▽PM hails UK Libya role despite cuts - The Independent
The UK's armed forces played a significant role in Libya despite cuts in defence spending, David Cameron said.
The Prime Minister insisted the UK had been "punching at our weight or even above our weight" in the conflict with the RAF carrying out around a fifth of all strike sorties against Muammar Gaddafi's forces.

▽US unemployment figures shock with no job growth in August - The Guardian
No new jobs were added to the US workforce in August, fuelling fears that the world's largest economy is heading back into recession.
Analysts expected at least 75,000 new jobs to have been created in the US last month, but the figure came in at zero, sparking further falls on stock markets around the world.

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