News Headlines - 29 July 2012

Anti-nuclear protest surrounds Japan parliament | Herald Sun

THOUSANDS of demonstrators, some wearing gas masks, marched on Japan's parliament today where they will form a human chain to protest the use of nuclear power after the Fukushima crisis.

Mitt Romney would support Israeli military strike against Iran, says aide | guardian.co.uk

Mitt Romney would back unilateral military action by Israel against Iran's nuclear sites, a senior aide said as the presumptive Republican candidate embarked on a series of high-level meetings in Jerusalem.

MPs tell Barclays to stop fundraising for Mitt Romney | The Guardian

Barclays has privately distanced itself from its bankers' donations to Mitt Romney, the US Republican presidential candidate, after its executives were accused in parliament of fundraising for political candidates instead of working to rebuild the public's trust in the wake of the Libor-setting scandal.

Barclays hit by new storm as chiefs probed over £7bn Arab bailout - The Independent

Barclays was engulfed in a new scandal last night after it emerged that finance director Chris Lucas is among four "current and former employees" under investigation by the Financial Services Authority over the multi-billion pound bailouts that the bank received from the Middle East in 2008.

Oxford University changes dress code to meet needs of transgender students | guardian.co.uk

Oxford University has rewritten the laws governing its strict academic dress code following concerns that they were unfair towards transgender students. Under the new regulations, students taking exams or attending formal occasions will no longer have to wear ceremonial clothing that is specific to their gender.








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