News Headlines - 19 July 2012

Kagawa set to start for Manchester United against Ajax Cape Town - Goal.com

The Japan midfielder is poised to make his full debut on Saturday, after coming off the bench for a two-minute cameo in the Red Devils' 1-0 win against AmaZulu in Durban

Police officer Simon Harwood cleared of killing Ian Tomlinson - Telegraph

Police officer Simon Harwood was today cleared of killing newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests in London in 2009. Concerns about the Pc's alleged previous 'heavy handed policing' were only disclosed after acquittal.

Co-op buys Lloyds branches to challenge top four banks | Reuters

Lloyds Banking Group has struck a deal to sell 632 branches to the Co-operative, transforming the group into a powerful new rival to Britain's dominant high-street banks.

Debt crisis: IMF calls on Coalition to draw up 'Plan B' - Telegraph

Britain’s recovery has stalled and the Government must be prepared to relax austerity to pump life into the ailing economy, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

Nokia woes mount with €220m write-off on unsold smartphones | guardian.co.uk

Nokia also admitted its high-profile attempt to break back into the US smartphone market with its new range of Lumia phones, running Microsoft's Windows Phone software, had led to only about 600,000 sales in the US – down on the 1.5m sold in the same period a year ago when the company was only offering its outdated Symbian software.








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