News Headlines - 02 July 2014

Seven deadly illnesses reaching dangerous levels of resistance to antibiotics - ITV News

As David Cameron warned that antibiotic-resistant superbugs are threatening to return medicine to "the dark ages", here are seven diseases and viruses that have been fighting back against drugs and posing a global health risk.

BBC News - Facebook faces UK probe over emotion study

A UK regulator is investigating whether Facebook broke data protection laws when it conducted a psychological study on users without their consent.

BBC News - What Japan's military shift means

The administration of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has announced a major new interpretation of the security provisions of the country's 1947 constitution, permitting its Self Defence Forces (SDF) to participate for the first time in collective self-defence related activities.

Mike Myers comes out against Scottish independence | Mail Online

Shrek star Mike Myers today urged Scots to remain in the United Kingdom.
The actor, who voiced the Scottish accent of the ogre in four box office hit films, said he ‘loves’ Scotland and wants voters to reject independence in September’s referendum.
He joins a growing list of international stars including Kermit The Frog, David Bowie and JK Rowling voicing fears about breaking up the 300-year-old union.

100 dinosaur species 'roamed UK' - Yahoo News UK

More than 100 different species of dinosaur once roamed Britain including three cousins of American top predator Tyrannosaurus rex.








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