News Headlines - 23 June 2012

BBC Sport - Shinji Kagawa completes his move to Manchester United

United manager Sir Alex Ferguson says he expects the 23-year-old to prove a big success in England... He added: "I believe he will make an impact upon the team very quickly as he is suited to United's style of play. We are all looking forward to working with him."

Queen's handshake with Martin McGuinness draws line under decades of threats - Telegraph

More than 30 years ago, the IRA detonated a bomb that brought tragedy to the heart of the Royal family when it killed Earl Mountbatten of Burma, the Queen’s cousin, and the Duke of Edinburgh’s uncle.

Flooding across northern England after torrential rain | guardian.co.uk

Torrential downpours have brought flooding to swathes of northern England, forcing people to leave their homes as more than a month's worth of rain fell in 24 hours.

NatWest 'glitch' leaves victims without pay | The Guardian

Millions of NatWest bank customers have been hit by one of the industry's worst ever computer breakdowns, leaving at least one family forced out of their home and employers unable to make monthly salary payments.

BBC News - Alan Turing: Inquest's suicide verdict 'not supportable'

Alan Turing, the British mathematical genius and codebreaker born 100 years ago on 23 June, may not have committed suicide, as is widely believed. At a conference in Oxford on Saturday, Turing expert Prof Jack Copeland will question the evidence that was presented at the 1954 inquest.








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