News Headlines - 21 April 2014

South Korea president says ferry captain's actions were like 'murder' | theguardian.com

South Korea's president has accused the captain of the ferry that sank last week of “murdering” more than 300 passengers, most of whom were teenagers on a school trip, as four more members of his crew were detained on Monday.

BBC News - China seizes Japanese cargo ship over pre-war debt

China's seizure of a Japanese cargo ship over a pre-war debt could hit business ties, Japan's top government spokesman has warned.

PM 'Divides' UK Over Christianity Comments

A group of leading public figures has warned that comments made by David Cameron about the UK being a Christian country could cause "alienation and division".
More than 50 writers, scientists, broadcasters and academics have signed an open letter expressing concern at the "negative consequences" of the Prime Minister's assertion in a country where most people do not describe themselves as Christian.

Brown warns Scots of pensions costs | The Times

Scottish people face a huge pensions bill should the country leave the United Kingdom, Gordon Brown will warn today, as he makes his most significant political intervention since leaving No 10.

David Moyes will be sacked as Manchester United manager after losing support of the club's Glazer family owners - Telegraph

David Moyes will be sacked as Manchester United manager on Tuesday after the club’s owners, the Glazer family, decided to end the Scot’s disastrous tenure at Old Trafford.
Ryan Giggs, with Nicky Butt as his assistant, will take charge until the end of the season. Giggs has served as player-coach under Moyes while Butt has worked with the reserves.








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