News Headlines - 25 December 2011

▽Archbishop laments 'broken bonds and abused trust' in British society - The Guardian
The archbishop of Canterbury is to speak of the "broken bonds and abused trust" in a British society torn apart by riots and financial speculation in his Christmas Day sermon.

▽No chance of snow! Britain could see warmest Christmas Day on record - Daily Mail
Children hoping to wake up to a magical blanket of snow today will be sorely disappointed.
Not only can we kiss goodbye to dreams of a white Christmas this year, it’s not even going to feel that cold.
Britons will enjoy an 'unseasonably mild' Christmas Day and Boxing Day, weather forecasters have predicted.

▽Prince Philip 'eager to leave' hospital following surgery - Telegraph.co.uk
Royal Family are to visit the Duke of Edinburgh in hospital this afternoon, as he recovers from treatment for a blocked coronary artery.

▽Public barred from annual Brighton Christmas Day swim - BBC
Tides of up to 6.7m coupled with strong winds had made conditions too dangerous, Brighton and Hove City Council said.

▽Vast Rally in Moscow Is a Challenge to Putin’s Power - New York Times
Tens of thousands of citizens converged in Moscow on Saturday for the second huge antigovernment demonstration in a month, an early victory for activists struggling to forge a burst of energy into a political force capable of challenging Vladimir V. Putin’s power.







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