News Headlines - 29 March 2012

▽Met police media chief quits in hacking scandal - AFP
Dick Fedorcio stood down a week after the Metropolitan Police said it would start proceedings against him for hiring Neil Wallis, a former deputy editor at the now-closed paper, as a media consultant.

▽News Corp accuses BBC of 'gross misrepresentation' over pay-TV claims - The Guardian
Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation has accused the BBC of "gross misrepresentation" over the Panorama documentary alleging that its former subsidiary NDS was involved in helping computer hackers to undermine ITV Digital.

▽North Sea Gas Leak Could Cost Billions - Wall Street Journal
A major gas leak at the Elgin field in the North Sea could cost its owners billions of dollars in the worst-case scenario, analysts said this week.

▽Tanker strike: Petrol sales shoot up as drivers begin to panic buy following Government's controversial advice - Scottish Daily Record
SALES of petrol and diesel increased dramatically yesterday as motorists flocked to garages to fill up following controversial advice from the Government ahead of a possible strike by fuel tanker drivers.

▽UK is back in recession, OECD says - The Guardian
The UK is deep in recession and will be among the slowest of the world's largest economies to recover in the first half of this year, according to a study by the Paris-based thinktank, the OECD.







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