News Headlines - 26 October 2012

Revealed: Jimmy Savile investigated for BBC sex attack in 1980s - The Independent

Jimmy Savile was under investigation for a sex attack on BBC premises as early as the 1980s, Scotland Yard said, as it emerged that at least four police forces were aware of claims against the former DJ while he was still alive.

Berlusconi sentenced to four years - FT.com

A Milan court on Friday sentenced Silvio Berlusconi, the former Italian prime minister, to four years in prison for tax fraud – although, with two levels of appeal remaining, he is unlikely to spend time behind bars in the near future, if at all.

Spain’s Economic Misery Hits New Threshold - NYTimes.com

Though hardly a surprise, data released Friday showing that Spain’s unemployment rate had breached 25 percent for the first time in the country’s modern history were bad news for a government that had recently trumpeted a streamlining of its labor market rules.

Microsoft takes its 'big step' into the tablet market - Telegraph

Microsoft has launched "absolutely critical" new software and a tablet computer that the company is betting will secure it a foothold in a booming market dominated by Apple and Google.

Diary of former spy proves not all spooks are 007 - Scotsman.com

AS filmgoers flock to new James Bond movie Skyfall this weekend, the just-released diary of a former British Secret Service chief proves not every spook is as competent as Ian Fleming’s 007. Stephen McGinty opens the dossier








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