News Headlines - 23 October 2012

iPad Mini: Apple's new gadget gets cool reception - Telegraph

Apple unveiled a new, smaller iPad this evening in Silicon Valley, but disappointed many observers by pricing it at as much as £110 above rival tablet computers from Google and Amazon.

Presidential debate 2012: Barack Obama attacks Mitt Romney as 'reckless and wrong' on foreign policy - Telegraph

Barack Obama warned voters last night that Mitt Romney would drive America into a “reckless and wrong” foreign policy that would jeopardise their security and future prosperity, as he recorded a victory in the third presidential debate.

BBC News - Mirror hit by High Court claims over phone hacking

Ex-England football manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is among four people taking legal action against Mirror Group Newspapers for alleged phone hacking.

Police Launch Manhunt For Fugitive Prisoner

Police have warned the public not to approach a fugitive prisoner who disappeared on day release. Lee Cyrus, 47, also known as Ivan Leach, failed to return to from North Sea Camp open prison in Boston, Lincolnshire, on Tuesday October 9. He is currently serving a life sentence for robbery.

Hillsborough: police chief 'boasted' of role in smearing fans | The Guardian

The chief constable of West Yorkshire police, Sir Norman Bettison, "boasted" about having helped to "concoct" a false account of how the 1989 Hillsborough disaster was caused, according to the Labour MP Maria Eagle.








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