News Headlines - 27 September 2013

BBC News - Two plead not guilty to Lee Rigby murder in Woolwich

Two men accused of murdering soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich, south-east London, have pleaded not guilty.

Westgate mall attacks: urban areas are the battleground of the 21st century | The Guardian

As the terror attack in Nairobi this week brutally illustrates, cities will be the war zones of the future

Historic Call for Obama, Rouhani - WSJ.com

The presidents of America and Iran spoke directly Friday for the first time since 1979, setting the stage for delicate negotiations that could reshape the two adversaries' relationship.

Royal Mail sell-off makes unions go postal - The Scotsman

THE UK government came under attack yesterday for releasing details of the Royal Mail share offer just as more than 100,000 postal workers started voting on whether to strike in protest at the sell-off.

PM reveals marriage tax breaks plan - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Tax breaks for married couples worth up to £200 a year will be introduced from 2015, David Cameron has announced. Ahead of the start of the Conservative Party conference, the Prime Minister pledged to introduce a £1,000 transferable tax allowance that will benefit four million couples .








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