News Headlines - 04 September 2011

▽Darling reveals Labour crisis row - The Press Association
The last Labour government failed to "come through" the financial crisis politically because of profound disagreements at "the very top", former chancellor Alistair Darling has said.
He and then prime minister Gordon Brown were so clearly at odds over economic policy that it damaged the party going into the 2010 general election, Mr Darling said.

▽Scottish Tory leadership favourite 'to disband party' - BBC
The frontrunner for leader of the Scottish Conservatives has said he plans to disband the party if he wins the leadership election next month.
The party would sit with the Tories in the Commons but have its own policies.

▽Royal Bank of Scotland to fight US mortgage action - BBC
The Royal Bank of Scotland says it will vigorously defend itself against US government claims it misrepresented the quality of mortgages it sold.

▽No Israel apology over flotilla - Sky News
Israel's Prime Minister has refused to apologise to Turkey for last year's deadly military raid on a Turkish-lead flotilla heading for Gaza.

▽Sony Ericsson introduces 3D photography to 2D phones - Telegraph.co.uk
Sony Ericsson’s new top-of-the-range mobile phone will be able to take 3D panoramic pictures using a standard 2D camera, the company has announced.
By taking multiple images and then stitching them together, the Xperia Arc S will be able to simulate 3D on any appropriately equipped 3D television, the manufacturer said. On the phone itself, pictures will only be viewable in 2D.







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