News Headlines - 05 October 2011

▽UK recession deeper than first thought - Financial Times
Britain’s economy contracted even more sharply during the recession than previously believed and its recovery so far this year has been even more anaemic, according to official data on Wednesday that incorporated new information and methodology into the calculations.

▽David Cameron has no ideas how to boost the economy - Mirror.co.uk
WITH Britain plunging towards a double-dip recession, it was the ideal chance for David Cameron to deliver his master plan to get the country back on its feet.
But the clueless PM failed to come up with a single idea on how to arrest the alarming slide towards further financial disaster as growth shudders to a halt.

▽Tony Blair is of 'no use at all' says Palestinian leadership - Telegraph.co.uk
The Palestinian leadership has publicly called for the removal of Tony Blair from his position as Middle East peace envoy, raising fresh questions as to whether he can continue in the role.

▽Apple's Steve Jobs Is Dead - Wall Street Journal
Steven P. Jobs, the Apple Inc. chairman and co-founder who pioneered the personal computer industry and changed the way people think about technology, died Wednesday at the age of 56.

▽Apple co-founder Steve Jobs dies aged 56 - The Guardian
The homepage of Apple's website now displays a full-page image of Jobs with the text: "Steve Jobs 1955-2011."







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