News Headlines - 18 December 2012

White House says Obama will move swiftly on gun control after Newtown | The Guardian

The White House promised a comprehensive series of measures, including gun control legislation, on Monday to prevent a recurrence of mass shootings such as the "horrific" attack in Connecticut that left 20 children and six teachers dead.

President Delivers a New Offer on the Fiscal Crisis to Boehner - NYTimes.com

President Obama delivered to Speaker John A. Boehner a new offer on Monday to resolve the pending fiscal crisis, a deal that would raise revenues by $1.2 trillion over the next decade but keep in place the Bush-era tax rates for any household with earnings below $400,000.

Coalition starts to decouple as parties eye 2015 - The Independent

Clegg and Cameron keen to air differences as both aim for centre ground at next election

Libor scandal: More than 30 UBS bankers 'to be implicated in rate rigging' - Telegraph

Authorities are this week expected to say that more than 30 bankers and managers at Swiss banking giant UBS were involved in the alleged rigging of the key Libor interest rate.

BBC News - .cymru beats .scot to early internet address name review

Proposed net address endings .tattoo, .transformers and .menu are among the first that could go live next year.








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