News Headlines - 24 April 2013

BBC News - Enrico Letta set to become Italy's new prime minister

Enrico Letta appears set to become Italy's new prime minister, after being asked by President Giorgio Napolitano to form a broad coalition government.

Two charged over Duchess of Cambridge topless photographs | The Guardian

The head of the publisher of the French edition of Closer magazine, named as Ernesto Mauri, and the photographer who took the pictures of Prince William and his wife sunbathing while they were on holiday in France last summer have been put under investigation, the last step in France before being charged.

Cameron Speaks of Very Tough Times Amid Recession Threat - Businessweek

Prime Minister David Cameron said Britain is living through “very tough times,” a day before publication of data that will show whether the economy entered an unprecedented triple-dip recession.

Virgin Media profits from austerity | City & Business | Daily Express

VIRGIN Media said it had never been stronger as more austerity-hit Britons entertained themselves at home by subscribing to its digital TV service TiVo.

Xbox 720 to be revealed on 21 May | guardian.co.uk

Microsoft will reveal the successor to its Xbox 360 video game console on 21 May. After weeks of speculation, the company will hold a special event at its campus in Redmond, three months after Sony unveiled its forthcoming PlayStation 4 machine.








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