News Headlines - 31 December 2012

Norovirus Cruise: 'Outbreaks' On Two Ships

More than 400 passengers and crew have been sick with vomiting and diarrhoea as suspected norovirus hits two cruise ships sailing in the Caribbean. Both luxury liners, the Queen Mary 2 and the Emerald Princess, reported the outbreak to the Centres for Disease Control, following guidelines that come into play when more than 2% of the passengers and crew are laid low.

Hillary Clinton suffers blood clot after fainting - Channel 4 News

Hillary Clinton, the US secretary of state, is admitted to a hospital in New York with a blood clot linked to the concussion she suffered when she fainted with a stomach virus earlier this month.

EU could offer 'second class' membership to stop Britain leaving altogether | Mail Online

Britain would become a ‘second class’ member of the European Union under radical new plans to cut ties with Brussels. Federalists pushing for ever greater integration across the continent want to see the UK relegated to ‘associate member’ status. The move would see British MEPs scrapped, along with its commissioner and power to veto new rules.

Frank Lampard's Future At Chelsea In Doubt

Club rules mean Lampard, at 34, should not get another contract but the board should consider carefully before losing him.

New Year's Eve celebrations around the world: live - Telegraph

Fireworks, party poppers and champage at the ready: join us as we celebrate New Year's Eve celebrations around the world.








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