News Headlines - 04 September 2012

The Pirate Bay co-founder arrested - FT.com

A co-founder of The Pirate Bay, a controversial file-sharing website, has been detained in Cambodia after failing to return to his native Sweden to serve a one-year prison sentence for a 2009 conviction for breach of copyright law.

BBC launches mobile downloads for iPlayer | imediamonkey®

The BBC has today announced that BBC iPlayer users will be able to download their favourite BBC TV programmes directly to their smartphone or tablet for free.

BBC News - Student visa 'chaos' claim by Public Accounts Committee

Attempts to tighten the student visa system have been strongly attacked by a committee of MPs as "poorly planned and ill thought-out", and creating "chaos".

One in seven UK shops vacant | Reuters

Nearly one in seven British shops remained vacant at the end of June as retailers struggled in a double-dip recession, a report from Local Data Company said on Tuesday.

Liverpool reject Michael Owen as John Henry admits errors during Anfield ownership - The Independent

Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has decided against approaching Michael Owen about a return to his spiritual home of Anfield, despite the club's desperate need of striking reinforcements after a disastrous conclusion to the transfer window.








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