News Headlines - 23 December 2012

Monti ready to lead next government - FT.com

Mario Monti has declared his readiness to serve a second term as Italy’s technocrat prime minister after elections next year on the basis of an agenda for reforms he set out today during a press conference in Rome.

Egypt's opposition claims fraud in constitution vote - CBC News

Egypt’s opposition called Sunday for an investigation into allegations of vote fraud in the referendum on a deeply divisive Islamist-backed constitution after the Muslim Brotherhood, the main group backing the charter, claimed it passed with a 64 per cent “yes” vote.

BBC News - 'Plebgate': Met Police vows 'ruthless' search for truth

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe has said his force would launch "a ruthless search for the truth" in the "plebgate" affair.

Jeremy Hunt 'disgusted and appalled' by reports of neglect at hospital where elderly man died of starvation - The Independent

Reports claim some patients treated by the Worcestershire Acute NHS Hospital Trust were left thirsty with drinks left out of reach while others were left to sit in their own excrement

BBC News - More rain set to exacerbate flood disruption

Flooding and heavy rain are continuing to cause problems in south-west England and parts of Wales and Scotland. One severe flood warning remains in Cornwall, and there are about 160 flood warnings in England and Wales, and 29 in Scotland.








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