News Headlines - 08 February 2013

Police called in to investigate 'criminal' horsemeat scandal | The Guardian

Scotland Yard has been asked by the food standards watchdog to investigate if there is a criminal element to the horsemeat scandal – as the food industry prepares to test every processed beef product line following evidence adulteration has spread from burgers to lasagne.

Violinist driven to suicide by ordeal of trial after being branded a 'liar and fantasist' by woman QC | Mail Online

A violinist killed herself after being branded a liar and a fantasist by a female barrister defending the man who sexually abused her. Frances Andrade, 48, died from an overdose half-way through the trial of choirmaster Michael Brewer and his ex-wife Kay, both 68.

Social Media Images From Tunisia, as an Opposition Leader Is Buried - NYTimes.com

Activists, bloggers and journalists in Tunisia posted a stream of images on social networks Friday, showing thousands of mourners packed into the largest cemetery in the capital, Tunis, for the funeral of Chokri Belaid, a leading opposition figure whose assassination two days ago triggered a wave of street protests against the Islamist ruling party.

BBC News - EU leaders agree 3% budget cut deal in Brussels

EU leaders have reached an agreement on the budget for 2014-20 after lengthy talks in Brussels.

Video: Attenborough documentaries 'ignore gay animals' - Telegraph

Sir David Attenborough's wildlife documentaries are not a true reflection of nature because they fail to acknowledge animals' "gay" behaviour, an academic has claimed.








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