News Headlines - 26 April 2013

BBC News - Sir Winston Churchill to feature on new banknote

Sir Winston Churchill will feature on the new design of a banknote which will enter circulation in 2016, the Bank of England has announced.

Brussels seeks to 'make it easier' for EU migrants to move to Britain - Telegraph

New Brussels proposals today defy British protests over benefit tourism and abuse of European Union free movement rules by making it easier for migrants to move to Britain including "redress against any breach of rights".

London pavement blasts believed to be caused by fault in electricity network | The Guardian

An investigation is under way after a fireball burst from a pavement on a busy street in central London, narrowly missing a passerby. A resident in a nearby flat who caught one of the blasts on Pimlico Road on Thursday on camera said there were three explosions, which left a crater. The blasts are believed to have been caused by a fault on the electricity network.

BBC News - Dreamliner: Japan lifts Boeing 787 ban

Japan's airline authority has followed the US regulator in clearing Boeing's troubled 787 Dreamliner to fly again once batteries are replaced.

US economic growth quickens but misses forecasts as cuts kick in | guardian.co.uk

The US economic recovery gathered pace in the first quarter but fell short of expectations as government cuts countered a sharp rise in consumer spending. The nation's gross domestic product (GDP) rose at a 2.5% annual rate between January and March, the Commerce Department said Friday. Economists had been forecasting growth of 3%.








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