News Headlines - 29 April 2012

▽David Cameron: there was no grand deal with Rupert Murdoch over BSkyB - The Guardian
PM admits conversation about BSkyB bid with James Murdoch at Rebekah Brooks's house, but says it was not 'inappropriate'

▽James Allen arrested over double murder - BBC
A man being hunted by police after he was suspected of killing two people in their own homes has been arrested.

▽Republican dissidents blamed for planting bombs in Northern Ireland - The Guardian
Dissident republican paramilitaries left a bomb in Newry that was bigger than the device used in the Omagh massacre, the Police Service of Northern Ireland has confirmed.

▽Chinese police crack down on family of blind dissident Chen Guangcheng - The Guardian
Concern is growing for relatives and supporters of Chen Guangcheng, the blind legal activist who fled from 19 months of house arrest in a Chinese village in Shandong province and is said to be sheltering inside the American embassy in Beijing. Police have detained four family members and two of those who aided his escape, a rights group said.

▽Sunday Times Rich List suggests UK's wealthiest defy recession - BBC
The newspaper's research found the combined worth of the country's 1,000 wealthiest people is £414bn, up 4.7%.
It means their joint wealth has passed the level last seen in 2008, before the financial crash, to set a new record.
Top spot for the eighth straight year is held by Indian steel magnate Lakshmi Mittal, 61, with £12.7bn.







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