News Headlines - 08 February 2012

▽Phone hacking: Coogan and Gascoigne reach settlement - BBC
Comedian Steve Coogan and ex-footballer Paul Gascoigne are among the latest people to have settled claims for damages over phone-hacking, the High Court has heard.

▽Times editor apologises to high court judge for not disclosing email hacking - The Guardian
The editor of the Times has apologised to a high court judge over the paper's failure to declare that a reporter had hacked into the email of an anonymous police blogger when it fought an injunction sought by the officer.

▽Nearly 160 held as Met Police cracks down on gangs - BBC
Nearly 160 people have been arrested during raids across London by the Metropolitan Police's new dedicated unit tackling gang crime.
The Trident Gang Crime Command, which consists of 1,000 officers, will monitor gang activity and work with London boroughs.

▽Argentina condemns British "militarization" of Falklands - Reuters
Argentina's president accused Britain of "militarizing the South Atlantic" and said she would to complain to the United Nations, as tension rises ahead of the 30th anniversary of the Falklands war.
Britain, which rejected the accusation, went to war with Argentina over the British-ruled Falkland Islands in 1982. London has refused to start talks on sovereignty with Argentina unless the roughly 3,000 islanders want them.

▽Virgin shows 1bn on demand programmes, makes profit - Telegraph.co.uk
Virgin Media customers watched more than one billion programmes using the cable television company’s on-demand service in 2011, an increase of 14 per cent on 2010.







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