News Headlines - 24 May 2012

▽Leveson Inquiry: Adam Smith texted Fred Michel 257 times during BskyB bid - Telegraph.co.uk
Adam Smith, the former special adviser to Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, texted News Corp's Frederic Michel 257 times when the company was bidding to takeover BSkyB, it emerged today.

▽UK economy's fall into recession deeper than expected - The Guardian
Britain's economy contracted by 0.3% in the first three months of the year, faster than previously thought, increasing the pressure on George Osborne to explain how the coalition plans to drag the country out of recession.

▽Yahoo Axis 'search browser' makes surprise debut - msnbc.com
Here’s some news you probably didn’t expect to read: Yahoo just released its own Web browser. Well, sorta.
The new software, dubbed Yahoo Axis, is being called a "search browser." Its main trick is the ability to bypass the standard list of links and instead send users directly to websites and pages via thumbnails.

▽US threatens to cut Pakistan aid following jailing of Osama bin Laden doctor - Telegraph.co.uk
Pakistan's problematic relationship with the US plunged to new depths as Senators warned of aid cuts after the jailing of the surgeon who helped the CIA hunt down Osama bin Laden.

▽QPR captain Joey Barton handed 12-match ban for meltdown in title decider at Manchester City - The Independent
Joey Barton was last night considering whether to appeal against the ground-breaking 12-game suspension he was handed by the FA for his sending off at Manchester City on the final day of the Premier League season.







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