News Headlines - 20 April 2012

▽Dummy run for Olympic torch relay - The Press Association
A full dress rehearsal for the London 2012 Olympics torch relay has got under way.
Some 122 participants from Leicestershire were acting as torchbearers during the only full operational dummy run of a single day of the relay.

▽Lineker: 'Beckham's not good enough for Olympic team' - ITN
Gary Lineker has said David Beckham is not good enough to play in the Olympic team and should not be picked.
The former England striker also said he was puzzled at how long it has taken to FA to chose a successor to Fabio Capello with the European Championship looming.

▽Wayne Rooney launches phone-hacking claim - The Guardian
Wayne Rooney and England rugby union World Cup winner Matt Dawson are among the new wave of high-profile figures suing Rupert Murdoch's News International over alleged News of the World phone hacking.

▽Fourteen times she was asked about Qatada – fourteen times she dodged it - The Independent
Abu Qatada could be released on bail early next month, it emerged last night as pressure grew on Theresa May over the disarray surrounding her attempts to deport the radical cleric from Britain.

▽Apple announces 500 new jobs in Ireland - Reuters
Apple is to hire 500 people in Ireland in the latest boost to the indebted euro zone country's multinational sector, one of the few bright spots in a struggling economy.







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