News Headlines - 09 December 2012

Egypt protests warning despite concession - FT.com

Opposition groups in Egypt on Sunday said they rejected a referendum on a controversial new constitution to be held on December 15, and vowed to stage more protests in a bid to maintain pressure on President Mohamed Morsi to postpone the vote.

Gypsies arrived in Europe 1,500 years ago, genetic study says | guardian.co.uk

A genetic analysis of 13 Gypsy groups around Europe, published in Current Biology journal, has revealed that the arrival on the continent of their forebears from northern India happened far earlier than was thought, about 1,500 years ago.

End of the South London Line: campaigners gather at London Bridge [9 December 2012]

Transport campaigners and local politicians gathered at London Bridge Station on Saturday morning to mark the final day of the inner South London Line service to Victoria via Peckham Rye.

Government will not change drugs policy despite critical report - The Independent

The Government tonight ruled out any shift in drugs policy despite a damning report by an influential group of MPs which said Britain was failing to tackle drug barons or the multi-billion pound global profits of their illegal trade.

Christmas rush and Amazon backlash spurs record John Lewis sales - Telegraph

John Lewis has recorded its best ever week of sales and the department store chain’s boss believes the fillip has been driven at least in part by the tax backlash against rivals such as Amazon.








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