News Headlines - 03 June 2013

Liberal Democrat MP accused of sexual assault resigns party whip | The Guardian

A Liberal Democrat MP who is fighting a high court claim that he sexually assaulted a vulnerable constituent has stood down from the party whip – two years after the Lib Dems were first warned about the allegations.

Bradley Manning trial opens with competing portraits of WikiLeaks whistleblower | Toronto Star

Was Bradley Manning — the U.S. soldier who leaked troves of documents to WikiLeaks — a naïve, well-intentioned loner tormented by his time in Iraq? Or a glory hound intent on betraying his country?

BBC News - Japan's Nikkei falls to six-week low amid growth fears

Japanese shares fell further in Monday, hurt by weak manufacturing data from China and fears over the US scaling back a key stimulus measure.

BBC News - China poultry plant fire raises safety standards concerns

The deadly fire at a poultry slaughterhouse in Jilin is China's worst factory blaze in living memory. The death toll already exceeds that of the fire at a toy factory in Shenzhen in 1993 in which 87 people died, says Geoffrey Crothall, a spokesman for the Hong Kong-based China Labour Bulletin.

William and Harry enjoy rare night out ahead of baby's arrival - Telegraph

The Duke of Cambridge enjoyed a night out with the boys last night, letting his hair down before the imminent arrival of his first child.








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