News Headlines - 31 October 2012

Three new Star Wars films planned by Disney after Lucasfilm takeover - Mirror Online

The Force is now with Disney – after they announced they are buying Lucasfilm for £2.52billion and releasing a new series of Star Wars films... A decade after the franchise was declared finished by creator Lucas, it was revealed that a seventh movie, with a working title of Episode 7, is set for release in 2015. Episodes 8 and 9 will then follow.

Cameron suffers stinging defeat over Europe - Telegraph

The defeat came after more than 50 Conservative rebels were joined by Labour MPs in supporting a demand for real-terms reductions in spending by Brussels. The Government was defeated by 307 votes to 294, a majority of 13. Commons sources estimated that 51 Tories voted against the Government, with two more acting as tellers.

Government report criticises growth strategy | Reuters

Britain's growth strategy of tax cuts and deregulation will not provide a fast track to economic prosperity and needs to be reassessed, according to a government-commissioned review published on Wednesday.

Japan disaster: 25% of reconstruction fund spent on unrelated projects | guardian.co.uk

Half of government budget allocation is yet to be distributed, despite 225,000 people still living in temporary accommodation

Divers Carve Obama, Romney Pumpkins Under the Sea | Video - ABC News

Florida Keys Divers carve presidential pumpkins ahead of the debate.








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