News Headlines - 11 January 2012

▽Unique Roman cavalry helmet pieced together 10 years after discovery - The Guardian
A silver-gilt Roman cavalry helmet of international importance has been pieced together at the British Museum, from thousands of fragments of corroded metal lifted in a block of mud from a Leicestershire hillside more than 10 years ago.

▽Conservatives and Lib Dems could lose out as number of MPs cut to 30 - WalesOnline
AN INITIAL reading of the Boundary Commission report suggests that the Westminster coalition partners whose project it is could lose out most in Wales.
Several Conservative MPs can expect to lose their seats, while the Liberal Democrats could be wiped out.

▽Sainsbury's says wins UK Xmas grocery battle - Reuters
J Sainsbury declared victory in the battle for Christmas sales among Britain's top grocers, as store extensions and its expansion into convenience outlets, online shopping and non-food ranges helped it win share in a tough market.

▽School ICT to be replaced by computer science programme - BBC
The current programme of information and communications technology (ICT) study in England's schools will be scrapped from September, the education secretary has announced.
It will be replaced by an "open source" curriculum in computer science and programming designed with the help of universities and industry.

▽CES 2012: Intel announces first smartphones with Lenovo and Motorola - Telegraph.co.uk
The long-awaited confirmation of Intel’s first mobile phones came at CES, as Lenovo and Motorola confirmed they were working with the chipmaker.







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