News Headlines - 14 February 2012

▽Doomsday: 10-point penalty and Euro ban beckon for Rangers over £75m bill - Daily Mail
Rangers owner Craig Whyte admitted the club will enter administration and blamed an astonishing £75million tax demand for pushing the SPL champions to the brink of insolvency.

▽UK inflation falls as shops discount and VAT hike falls out - The Guardian
The squeeze on Britain's cash-strapped households eased last month as inflation fell to 3.6%, its lowest level for more than a year.
The Office for National Statistics said the consumer price index had declined from 4.2% in December, its lowest level since November 2010, as the impact of George Osborne's VAT increase dropped out of the annual comparison.

▽Bomber blows up self near Israel embassy in Thailand - msnbc.com
A man thought to be Iranian was badly injured in Thailand's capital Tuesday after a bomb he threw at police bounced off a tree and exploded near him, The Bangkok Post reported.

▽Kate to meet seven-year-old heart victim on Valentine's Day trip to Liverpool children's hospital - Daily Mail
The Duchess of Cambridge will today pay a visit to a Liverpool hospital  where she will meet a seven-year-old girl suffering from a rare heart condition.
On Kate's Valentine's Day visit to the Alder Hey Children's hospital, she will  be introduced to Aimee Haswell, who has been diagnosed with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome.

▽Japan group seeks local referendum on nuclear power - Reuters
A group of Japanese activists submitted a petition to the western city of Osaka on Tuesday seeking a referendum on scrapping atomic power, a step some hope will boost a campaign that appears to be flagging a year after the Fukushima disaster.







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