News Headlines - 19 December 2012

Samsung Ends Bid for European Sales Ban on Apple Products - NYTimes.com

Samsung said on Tuesday that it had dropped its request for a ban on sales of certain Apple phones and tablet computers in Europe, a sharp tactical turn in a patent war that the companies have been fighting on multiple fronts around the world.

Pollard inquiry: BBC 'incapable' of dealing with Jimmy Savile affair | guardian.co.uk

Chaos and confusion, a lack of leadership from senior executives and an adherence to "rigid management chains" meant that the BBC proved "completely incapable" of dealing with the Jimmy Savile affair, according to an excoriating 185-page report into the handling of and fallout from the decision to axe a Newsnight investigation into child sexual abuse by the late presenter.

Jimmy Savile: timeline - Telegraph

Staff discover fate today with publication of reports into the Jimmy Savile and Lord McAlpine controversies.

'Plebgate': CCTV shows chief whip Andrew Mitchell leaving Downing Street – video | guardian.co.uk

CCTV footage shows the then Conservative chief whip, Andrew Mitchell, leaving Downing Street through the side gate with his bike. The recording shows the moment when police at the gate allege that Mitchell called them 'fucking plebs' and 'morons'. Mitchell's supporters say the footage raises questions about the police version of events

NUJ condemns attack on reporter | guardian.co.uk

The National Union of Journalists has condemned an attack on a journalist in Northern Ireland. Adrian Rutherford, a Belfast Telegraph reporter, was attacked and robbed by a masked gang while covering loyalist protests in East Belfast on Monday (17 December).








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