News Headlines - 28 October 2012

Mirror hacking probe names six reporters - The Independent

A secret dossier on phone-hacking inside Trinity Mirror, prepared by worried investors in the struggling UK publisher, claims the practice was organised on a "systematic" scale inside the company's national titles.

BBC News - Jimmy Savile: Gary Glitter arrested over sex offences

Former pop star Gary Glitter has been arrested on suspicion of sex offences by police investigating Jimmy Savile abuse claims... Glitter, 68, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was jailed in Vietnam in 2006 for child sex offences.

Thompson pressed over Savile claims - FT.com

Mark Thompson, the former director-general of the BBC, has become further embroiled in controversy surrounding the Jimmy Savile scandal, following assertions that his office was twice made aware of allegations relating to sexual abuse conducted on BBC premises by the late TV star.

Penguin authors and agents 'terrified' at prospect of News Corp takeover | guardian.co.uk

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation, described by Labour MP Tom Watson as a "toxic institution", could soon be publishing his book on the phone-hacking scandal as the publisher considers a bid for Penguin.

Declining Japan loses its once-hopeful champions - The Independent

Jesper Koll, an economist who's lived in Japan for 26 years, says it's not easy for him to keep faith in a country that's shrinking, aging, stuck in protracted economic gloom and losing fast ground to China as the region's dominant power.








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