News Headlines - 19 September 2011

▽Submarine shooting sailor pleads guilty to murder of fellow officer - The Guardian
A Royal Navy sailor fascinated with violent video games and "gangsta rap" has pleaded guilty to shooting dead an officer on board a nuclear submarine and trying to murder three other crewmates.

▽Anti-terrorist police arrest seven in Birmingham - The Guardian
Counter-terrorism officers have arrested seven people, fearing they were in the "advanced stages" of planning a mass-casualty attack on the British mainland, the Guardian has learned.
The arrests were made in Birmingham, with six men arrested under counter-terrorism laws, and a woman arrested on suspicion of failing to disclose information.

▽Hugh Grant: phone hacking scandal 'can only be solved by politicians' - Telegraph.co.uk
British actor Hugh Grant appeals to delegates at the Liberal Democrat Party Conference to introduce legislation to curb press intrusion into privacy.

▽£12bn hole in UK public finances - Financial Times
Ministers are set to be told this autumn that a £12bn black hole has opened in the public finances, in a forecast that threatens to derail the coalition’s deficit reduction strategy and prolong austerity well into the next parliament.

▽Google's Eric Schmidt to challenge monopoly claims in Senate - The Guardian
The Google executive chairman, Eric Schmidt, will appear before a US Senate committee on Wednesday to argue that the internet giant is not abusing its position as the world's most popular search engine.







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