News Headlines - 05 February 2012

▽Diamond Jubilee: Queen marks eve of accession to throne - BBC
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh have attended a church service on the eve of the Diamond Jubilee anniversary of her accession to the throne.

▽Barclays to slash bonuses for staff - but boss Bob Diamond nets £3million - Mirror.co.uk
Barclays will respond to widespread outrage over bankers’ vast bonuses this week by slashing rewards for its staff.
But its boss Bob Diamond is still expected to scoop more than £3million in shares on top of his ­£1.35million-a-year salary.

▽Bank set to put £50bn into economy - The Press Association
The Bank's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is forecast to increase its quantitative easing (QE) programme by £50 billion to £325 billion on Thursday in a bid to stave off a recession, while it will also hold interest rates at record lows of 0.5%.

▽Two glasses of wine a day triples risk of mouth cancer - The Independent
NHS campaign to warn that drinking even a small amount more than the daily limit can harm health

▽Mars too dry for life - Telegraph.co.uk
Analysis of soil from the red planet found that its surface had been dry for such a long time that any life would have to be lurking deep underground.







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