News Headlines - 29 April 2014

BBC News - Former Tory MP Mercer resigns after Commons suspension

A former Tory MP has resigned after he was suspended from the Commons for six months for allegedly asking questions in Parliament in return for money.

Ian Comfort: Tube driver on vodka charge is found dead | Metro News

A Tube driver facing jail for driving a train while drunk has died at his home.
Ian Comfort’s body was found days before he was due to face claims that he drank a bottle of vodka as he ferried 500 people.

Northern Ireland's block on gay marriage bill faces legal action | The Guardian

Amnesty International says those who used veto to block bill are 'trying in vain to hold back the tide of equality'

Good news on the economy, but statistics don’t tell the whole story - Telegraph

Tuesday’s first-quarter GDP figures, showing output growth of 0.8pc were a tad disappointing for the City, where something a bit higher had been anticipated.
All the same, it was more or less where the Bank of England’s February Inflation Report predicted it would be, so the figures have no implications for interest rates.

Meet the cast of Star Wars Episode VII | theguardian.com

When Lucasfilm and Disney announced the cast of the new Star Wars film on Tuesday, fans fell into two camps: those celebrating the return of Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford, and those furiously Googling the new (young) cast members. Meet the new class of Star Wars stars:








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