News Headlines - 02 February 2013

Mark Carney plots assault on Bank of England - Telegraph

As the new Governor of the Bank of England prepares for his first public grilling by MPs this week, what are the key challenges facing the Canadian charged with revitalising UK growth?

Blaze at historic anarchist bookshop is investigated by police | guardian.co.uk

A long-standing anarchist bookshop has been badly damaged in a suspected firebomb attack... Around 15% of the ground floor suffered fire damage but the flats above the shop were unaffected.

Hello Kitty in Space: GoPro cameras capture seventh grader's science project to space and back | Mail Online

A seventh grader has taken her Hello Kitty doll where no other tiny feline has gone before. In a remarkable class science project captured by four GoPro cameras the small plush doll is seen literally riding a rocket to the moon and back, or at least part of the way there. Titled 'the effects of altitude on air pressure and temperature,' or 'Hello Kitty in Space,' the student at Cornerstone Christian school in New York uses a simple weather balloon kit to complete her out of this world mission.

Gay marriage could cost Conservatives power, poll suggests - Telegraph

Divisions over gay marriage could cost the Conservatives enough votes to force them out of power at the next election, a new poll suggests.

Thousands of seabirds may be harmed by oil off UK coast | The Guardian

As conservationists clean up hundreds of birds coated in refined mineral oil, experts fear many more may be suffering at sea








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