News Headlines - 02 June 2012

▽Diamond Jubilee celebrations from across the region - BBC
A variety of events, both big and small, will take place over the weekend to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
The range of activities include street parties and family fun days to a picnic in the stately surroundings of Burton Agnes Hall.

▽British soldier shot dead on patrol in Afghanistan - Telegraph.co.uk
The soldier was shot dead while taking part in a patrol to disrupt insurgent activity in the Nahr-e Saraj District of Helmand Province, when his patrol came under attack from small arms fire.

▽Britain's manufacturing sector shrinks at fastest rate in three years - Telegraph.co.uk
The Markit/CIPS PMI - which combines output, orders and employment in the sector - fell to 45.9 last month from 50.2 in April, where any number below 50 indicates contraction.

▽Japan to ask SEC to join insider trading crackdown: sources - Chicago Tribune
Japan's securities regulator plans to ask the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to cooperate in a widening probe of insider trading in Japanese shares, two sources with knowledge of the situation said on Saturday.

▽London tube stations to get Wi-Fi - The Guardian
The last sanctuary from the incessant red light blinking on BlackBerry devices will begin to vanish in the next few weeks as Wi-Fi coverage is extended to the London Underground.







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