News Headlines - 20 March 2012

▽Diamond Jubilee: Queen to 'rededicate' herself - BBC
The Queen has promised to "rededicate myself to the service" of the UK and its people as she celebrates her Diamond Jubilee.
In a speech to both Houses of Parliament, she said the commemoration of her 60 years on the throne was a chance "to come together in a spirit of neighbourliness and celebration".

▽UK inflation continues to ease - Financial Times
UK inflation eased again in February, reflecting falling charges for electricity and gas and leaving the key gauge of inflation at its lowest level since February 2010.

▽Russia joins Red Cross call for daily truce in Syria - BBC
Russia has joined the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in calling for a daily two-hour humanitarian ceasefire in Syria.

▽Boris Johnson, Ken Livingstone Neck and Neck as London Mayoral Election Gets Official Kick Off - LondonNet
LONDON'S Mayoral election is now officially underway and a new poll suggests the 3 May vote will be a neck and neck affair between incumbent Boris Johnson and main challenger Ken Livingstone.

▽Maths teacher made Nazi taunts to German neighbours - BBC
A maths teacher has been found guilty of harassing his German neighbours by playing wartime classics and performing a Nazi salute.







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