News Headlines - 30 January 2013

U.S. GDP contracts on tepid inventories, government spending drop | Reuters

The U.S. economy unexpectedly contracted in the fourth quarter, suffering its first decline since the recession ended more than three years ago as businesses scaled back on restocking and government spending plunged.

Hitler came to power 80 years ago. I remember it like yesterday | guardian.co.uk

The events of 30th January 1933 are a warning of the dangers of conservative governments engaging with parties to their right

BBC News - Prince Charles and Camilla take Tube to mark 150 years

The heir to the British throne has taken a Tube with his wife the Duchess of Cornwall for the first time to celebrate London Underground's 150th anniversary.

BBC News - 138,000 speak no English - census

The number of people living in England and Wales who could not speak any English was 138,000, latest figures from the 2011 census show.

AFP: Polish is second-most spoken language in UK: census

Polish is the second-most spoken language in England and Wales, new figures from the 2011 census revealed on Wednesday, followed by Punjabi and Urdu.








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