News Headlines - 10 December 2012

Duchess hoax call: radio station tried to contact hospital five times - Telegraph

A Sydney radio station at the heart of the royal prank call scandal has said it tried to contact the King Edward VII Hospital five times to discuss what it had recorded before going to air, as the DJs who carried out the hoax prepare to break their silence.

Tories warn Cameron that gay marriage will split party in two - The Independent

David Cameron has been warned that he could tear the Conservative Party in two if he goes ahead with legislation that will permit churches to hold marriage ceremonies for gay people.

Virgin to operate 18 Scots Heathrow flights | Herald Scotland

VIRGIN Atlantic will operate 18 flights a day between Heathrow and Scotland when it launches its short-haul network in April. Details of the domestic programme have been revealed three weeks after Sir Richard Branson's airline won the right to go head-to-head with its old rival British Airways by taking up slots used by BMI.

UK recruitment rate shows strength - FT.com

Hiring increased in November at its fastest rate for more than 18 months, recruitment companies have said – suggesting that the jobs market may be showing resilience despite recent signs of a slowdown.

Nobel Peace Prize: 'We will come out of crisis stronger than ever,' says EU president - Telegraph

European Union leaders declared the bloc will come out of the eurozone crisis stronger than before with new “common policies” that strip national parliaments of sovereignty as they prepared to accept the Nobel Peace Prize for 2012.








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