News Headlines - 22 December 2012

Egypt votes in second phase of constitution referendum | guardian.co.uk

Egyptians have begun voting in the second and final phase of the country's bitterly divisive constitutional referendum which has sparked weeks of unrest. But with clashes continuing between supporters and opponents of the Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, on Friday in Alexandria, there is little sign that the result of the vote will end Egypt's political crisis.

AFP: Monti: The anti-Berlusconi who saved Italy from default

Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti, who resigned on Friday triggering elections, is a former high-flying European commissioner who saved Italy from the brink of bankruptcy but at a steep social cost.

GDP growth in third quarter revised down to 0.9%, says ONS

Official data shows that the UK economy grew by less than previously stated in the third quarter The economy grew by 0.9 per cent in the third quarter, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) who issued their revised and final figures today, rather then by one per cent.

Archbishop of Canterbury warns against 'complacency' over gun crime - Telegraph

The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has warned against “complacency” over violent crime in Britain as he made his final radio broadcast before standing down as head of the Church of England.

The Ten Best Games of 2012 - The Independent

With the release schedule cleared ahead of 2013 now's the time to talk the best videogames of the year.








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