News Headlines - 13 September 2011

▽Nato headquarters and US embassy under attack in Kabul - Telegraph.co.uk
Nato's headquarters and the US embassy have come under attack in the centre of Kabul in what appears to be a coordinated attack across the Afghan capital.

▽Top MPs at risk in shake-up of English constituencies - BBC
Some of the most high-profile MPs in Parliament face seeing their seats disappear as part of a far-reaching shake-up of the Commons map in 2015...
The proposals are part of a move to cut the number of MPs by 50 to 600 by the next general election.

▽Phone hacking: mother of 7/7 victim to sue News of the World publisher - The Guardian
Sheila Henry, the mother of 7/7 victim Christian Small, has launched a legal action against the publisher of the News of the World after she was told by Scotland Yard detectives that her son's phone was targeted by the private investigator who worked for the paper.

▽Apple's 73% UK tablet market share 'set to fall' - The Guardian
A total of 3.62 million people own tablet computers in the UK, with Apple having a 73% market share, according to new research from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
The number of owners is set to grow rapidly, although Apple's share may be eroded, with only half of potential tablet owners saying that they will buy an iPad in the next year, says the company. Kantar gathers its data from a panel of direct consumer interviews in the UK, France, Italy, Germany, US and Australia.

▽Inflation rises to 4.5% in August - Financial Times
“The data will do little to change views at the Bank of England, where policy appears to be based more on providing a support to the worrying fragility of the economic recovery than current price developments,” said Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit.







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