News Headlines - 27 May 2012

▽Outrage grows over Syria killings - CBC.ca
The deaths in Syria of over 90 people, including at least 32 children, has sparked international outrage and raised fears that the international peace plan is in tatters.

▽Lady Gaga cancels Indonesia show after threat from Muslim extremists - The Guardian
Lady Gaga has cancelled her sold-out show in Indonesia over security concerns after Muslim hardliners threatened violence if the pop star went ahead with her "Born This Way" ball.

▽Former Lloyds head of fraud and security Jessica Harper charged over £2.5m fraud - Telegraph.co.uk
Jessica Harper, the former head of fraud and security for digital banking at Lloyds, has been accused of submitting false invoices “to claim payments totalling £2.46m to which she was not entitled,” the Crown Prosecution Service said. The CPS has authorised the Metropolitan Police to charge her with a single count of fraud.

▽Sir Richard Branson blasts government for lack of growth - Telegraph.co.uk
The Virgin founder, who backed the Tories in the run-up to the 2010 general election, was one of several senior business figures who told the Observer that the Coalition needed a plan to stimulate the economy.

▽Theresa May: we'll stop migrants if euro collapses - Telegraph.co.uk
The Government is drawing up plans for emergency immigration controls to curb an influx of Greeks and other European Union residents if the euro collapses, the Home Secretary discloses today.







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