News Headlines - 26 September 2011

▽Labour Party Conference 2011: Labour launches tax war on 'bad' businesses - Telegraph.co.uk
Private equity firms and businesses deemed to be “asset strippers” will face higher taxes under a Labour government, Ed Miliband will warn tomorrow.

▽Ken Livingstone vows to cut London transport fares if elected next year - The Guardian
Ken Livingstone has pledged to save Londoners "hundreds of pounds" a year by cutting bus, train and tube fares by 5% if he wins the mayoral election next year.

▽Lockerbie case closed, says Libya - The Press Association
Scottish prosecutors' hopes of help with their investigation into the Lockerbie bombing look set to be dashed after Libya's interim justice minister reportedly said "the case is closed".

▽Sir Stelios plans rival airline, says EasyJet - Financial Times
EasyJet sent shockwaves through the aviation world after Europe’s second-largest low-cost carrier said Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou, its founder and largest shareholder, was planning to set up a new airline.

▽Shipwreck of SS Gairsoppa discovered with £155m silver haul onboard - Telegraph.co.uk
A British cargo ship sunk during the Second World War has been discovered in the Atlantic with the world's largest ever haul of precious metal onboard.







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