News Headlines - 14 December 2012

Investment banker Thomas Ammann jailed for helping lovers make £1.5m by leaking inside information | Mail Online

The serial love-rat who tricked two of his girlfriends into carrying out illegal trades worth almost £1.8million was jailed for two years and eight months yesterday.

ITN News » Probe into Maria Miller's expenses begins

Parliament's investigation into claims that Culture Secretary Maria Miller wrongly used her MP's second home allowance to pay for a house where her parents lived will begin on Friday.

Syria: Russia finally admits that Assad's time is nearly up - Telegraph

Russia has admitted for the first time that Syria’s rebels could overthrow President Bashar al-Assad as Nato said the regime was “approaching collapse”.

Enigma hero Alan Turing should be pardoned, leading scientists claim - Telegraph

In a letter to the Telegraph, Prof Hawking and ten other signatories call on the Prime Minister to "formally forgive" Turing, whose work at Bletchley Park is widely credited with helping bring an end to the Second World War. Turing died from cyanide poisoning in 1954 after being convicted of gross indecency at a time when homosexuality was still illegal, and an inquest found he had committed suicide.

Pictures of the year: Entertainment | Reuters.com








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