News Headlines - 22 July 2013

Kate Middleton gives birth - Telegraph

The future king was born at 4.24pm in St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, with the Duke of Cambridge in attendance. The Duchess of Cambridge gave birth 11 hours after being admitted to the hospital.

BBC News - Labour set to stage special conference on union changes

Labour should hold a one-off conference next year to vote on proposed changes to its relations with the trade unions, Ed Miliband has said. The Labour leader wants to end the automatic affiliation of union members to the party amid a row over union influence over candidate selection.

Al Jazeera America names former ABC executive as president | guardian.co.uk

Al Jazeera America has appointed a US broadcast news veteran as its president, less than a month before its launch.

South Koreans Ask U.S. to Reconsider Timing of Military Handoff - NYTimes.com

South Korea, reluctant to weaken its strong relationship with the American military, has asked the United States to reconsider the timing of a plan to cede to Seoul the responsibility for control of the South Korean military in case of war, a Defense Ministry spokesman said Monday.

BBC News - Cardiff City FC clears long-standing Langston debt

Cardiff City FC has reached a deal over its long-standing debt with Langston, club owner Vincent Tan has said. The debt to Langston - whose spokesman is former Cardiff City owner Sam Hammam - was taken out in 2004, and is thought to be about £24m. Mr Tan has previously said an agreement with Langston would pave the way to the club becoming debt-free.









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