News Headlines - 14 September 2011

▽UK unemployment total rises sharply to 2.51 million - BBC
The number of people unemployed in the UK rose by 80,000 to 2.51 million in the three months to July, official figures have shown.

▽Jobless data fuel concerns about growth - Financial Times
The public sector has lost almost a quarter of a million jobs in a year and unemployment has risen above 2.5m as spending cuts bite, fuelling concern about slow economic growth.

▽Winter of discontent ahead as unions to ballot for strike over pensions - Telegraph.co.uk
Millions of public sector workers are to be balloted for a series of strikes this winter and into next summer in what could be the biggest sustained industrial action seen in Britain for three decades.

▽Kabul siege ends leaving questions over Afghan security - Financial Times
An assault by Taliban insurgents on the heart of Kabul’s diplomatic and military district has ended after 20 hours, when security forces killed the last of six attackers, a spokesman for the ministry of the interior said on Wednesday.

▽Intel and Google in Android chip-making partnership - BBC
Intel has set up a development partnership with Google to help improve how the Android operating system runs on its processors.







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