News Headlines - 27 September 2012

Abe returns to lead Japanese opposition - FT.com

Japan’s biggest opposition party has elected former prime minister Shinzo Abe as its leader, hoping the nationalist-minded blue-blood will be more successful in engineering a return to power than he was during his first stint leading the nation.

QE3 Triggers Fear of New Currency Wars - CNBC

Fear has crept into the foreign exchange markets: fear of central banks. Currency traders are rapidly shifting assets to countries seen as less likely to try to weaken their currencies, amid concern that the fresh round of U.S. monetary easing could trigger another clash in the “currency wars”.

BBC News - 'Nemesis' electric car breaks UK land-speed record

The car was designed and built by a team of British motorsport engineers in Norfolk, and driven by estate agent Nick Ponting, 21, from Gloucestershire. The old record was 137mph (220km/h). The vehicle clocked 151.607mph during two runs along the mile-long course.

BBC Sport - John Terry banned and fined by FA over Anton Ferdinand incident

Chelsea captain John Terry has been banned for four matches and fined £220,000 for racially abusing QPR defender Anton Ferdinand. The Football Association found Terry guilty following a four-day hearing.

Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton among the nation's 'dream' student housemates, poll finds - Telegraph

Prince Harry's raucous Las Vegas antics have made him the celebrity University Freshers would most wish to share students halls with, according to a new poll.








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