News Headlines - 19 April 2014

Rail chaos hits Easter getaway with thousands of passengers stranded | Mail Online

The great Easter getaway got off to a nightmare start last night as travel chaos hit one of Britain’s busiest stations.
Thousands of Eurostar passengers were stranded at St Pancras station in London after a man died on a train line in France and a train broke down.
Stations, motorways and airports are likely to remain congested over the break, with more than six million Britons planning trips.

Police arrest man over murder of former Continuity IRA leader Tommy Crossan | Mail Online

Police in Belfast have arrested a man in connection with the murder of Republican hard-liner Tommy Crossan.
PSNI officers detained the 26-year-old suspect less than 24 hours after the former Continuity IRA leader was gunned down in broad daylight.

Quango boss appointed by David Cameron resigns after it emerges he was declared bankrupt - Telegraph

Tony Caplin, the former head of the Public Works Loans Board, resigned on Saturday night after it emerged he was declared bankrupt in 2012

Data sharing 'borderline insane' - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Government plans to share taxpayers' data with private firms were condemned as "borderline insane" by a senior Tory MP.
Under the proposals, HM Revenue and Customs would be allowed to release anonymised information to third parties including companies, researchers and public bodies where there is a public benefit.

Guess What? Almost 37% of Steam Purchases are Never Played! - n3rdabl3

According to a recent report by Ars Technica, who took the time to dive into Valve’s Steam service to find the facts, those of us who frequently purchase games only really play 63.1% of them, with a further 17% of those games getting played for an hour or less.








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