News Headlines - 28 March 2014

Immigration crackdown made us 'nasty Britain', says Osborne's father-in-law - Telegraph

A senior Conservative peer has launched a stinging attack on the Government's immigration policy, saying visa restrictions were creating a "nasty Britain feeling" among foreign students and businesses.

US and Russia to discuss potential solution over Ukraine - FT.com

The US and Russia will discuss a potential diplomatic solution to the Ukraine crisis after Vladimir Putin called Barack Obama agreeing to talks about a proposal from Washington.

BBC News - Kabul guest house attack: Stories of survival

All five men were visibly shaken. Some were bloodied from scratches. But theirs is an extraordinary story of survival after a four-hour long attack on their Kabul guest house.

Widening the net: Facebook drones to cover world in wi-fi - The Independent

The Facebook drones are coming. The world’s largest social network has unveiled a plan to blanket two-thirds of the world in wi-fi using a fleet of drones flown on solar power, in a bid to connect the billions still living without the internet in underdeveloped regions.

David Moyes: Sir Alex Ferguson could not have done better this season at Manchester United | Mail Online

David Moyes fuelled the debate on his dismal Manchester United season on Friday by insisting even Sir Alex Ferguson could not have done better.
The under-fire manager made the amazing claim on the same day Jose Mourinho said Fergie could not be held responsible for what has gone on since he retired.








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