News Headlines - 06 December 2011

▽Caught on camera: top lobbyists boasting how they influence the PM - The Independent
One of Britain's largest lobbying companies has been secretly recorded boasting about its access to the heart of the Government and how it uses the "dark arts" to bury bad coverage and influence public opinion. An undercover investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, published in The Independent today, has taped senior executives at Bell Pottinger:

▽Downing Steet denies lobbying influence - Financial Times
Downing Street has denied letting lobbyists influence government policy after it emerged one of the City’s top public relations firms had boasted to potential clients about its access to David Cameron and key members of his team.

▽Eurozone crisis: PM 'may refuse to sign EU treaty' - BBC
David Cameron has said he will not sign any reworked EU treaty designed to solve the eurozone crisis if it does not contain safeguards to protect British interests.

▽Traces of Radioactive Material Found in Japanese Baby Formula - Wall Street Journal
In the latest radiation food scare to hit Japan, the country's largest maker of baby formula said it found radioactive cesium in cans on store shelves. Although the measured amount falls well below the level the government has declared hazardous, the discovery lengthens the list of foods affected by the nuclear accident, and is the first in a product targeted at the age group considered most vulnerable to the effects of radioactivity.

▽EU antitrust regulators investigate Apple, e-book publishers - Los Angeles Times
European Union antitrust regulators are investigating Apple Inc. and the e-book business model it uses to sell digital titles from five of the largest international book publishers.







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