News Headlines - 02 January 2012

▽Gordon Brown's Downing Street emails 'hacked' - The Independent
Police investigating computer hacking by private investigators commissioned by national newspapers have uncovered evidence that emails sent and received by Gordon Brown during his time as Chancellor were illegally accessed.

▽Weak manufacturing output signals eurozone's slide to recession - The Guardian
manufacturing output across the eurozone declined in December for a fifth consecutive month.
Italy, Greece and Spain saw the sharpest falls in production during the final month of 2011 as output and new business fell across all areas of production.

▽Fare increases give commuters a 'frosty return', says passenger watchdog - The Guardian
Commuters returning to work on Tuesday after the Christmas break face fare rises of up to 11% amid growing anger at what one passenger watchdog described as a "fractured, inefficient industry".

▽Britain braced for gale force winds - The Press Association
Fierce storms are expected to batter Britain with winds of up to 85mph and heavy rain expected.
The latest round of unsettled weather will add more misery to the January blues as people return to work after the Christmas and new year break.

▽Nasa's gravity twins now circling Moon - BBC
The US space agency (Nasa) has succeeded in placing two new satellites in orbit around the Moon.
Both spacecraft were put in elliptical paths around the lunar body over the weekend after performing braking manoeuvres following their more than 100-day journey from Earth.







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