News Headlines - 18 Mayl 2012

▽Santander's UK customers voice fears after Spanish banking credit rating blow - Daily Mail
Spanish banking giant among 16 others hit by shock downgrade
Stock markets tumble on concerns contagion is spreading from Greece
FTSE 100 shares down 54 points at 5292
David Cameron says 'truly worrying' crisis could 'get a lot worse'
String of local councils withdraw their deposits from Santander accounts
FSA says it is 'unlikely' to allow UK division to prop up Spanish parent firm
Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis says Santander UK 'getting into trouble is an unlikely event'
More than 25 million customers in the UK and 1,400 branches
Spanish banks' bad loans hit highest level since 1994 at 147.968bn euros
Withdrawals in Greek banks reach £650m a day amid possible eurozone exit

▽Queen's Jubilee lunch overshadowed by row over King of Bahrain - Telegraph.co.uk
The Queen's Jubilee luncheon with monarchs from around the world was overshadowed today by a row over the presence of the King of Bahrain, whose regime is accused of a catalogue of human rights abuses.

▽Cleared Jill Dando murder suspect Barry George in court fight for compensation - Telegraph.co.uk
Barry George, the loner who was jailed for the murder of TV presenter Jill Dando before being cleared at a re-trial, is to fight a test case for compensation.

▽Memorial plaque to IRA Warrington bomb victims stolen 'for scrap metal' - Scottish Daily Record
A POLICE hunt is under way after a memorial to two children killed by an IRA bomb was stolen from a town centre by suspected metal thieves.
A plaque that formed part of the River of Life, a memorial for victims of the 1993 Warrington bombing, was taken from a wall in Bridge Street in the Cheshire town.

▽British man arrested in Thailand with suitcase full of dead babies to have been used in black magic ritual - Daily Mail
A British man was arrested today with a suitcase full of dead babies thought to have been used in a black magic rituals in Thailand.
Chow Hok Kuen, 28, a British citizen born in Hong Kong of Taiwanese parents, was arrested in Bangkok's Chinatown and was being held for possession of human remains, police said.
It is thought he was trying to smuggle the corpses into Taiwan.







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