News Headlines - 28 September 2014

Cameron 'embarrassed' by Queen comment

The Prime Minister has said he will apologise to the Queen in person for making comments earlier this week about how she "purred" down the phone when he told her Scotland had rejected independence.

Tory minister Brooks Newmark quits over sex scandal - Mirror Online

A Tory minister leading David Cameron’s drive for more women in politics exchanged X-rated photos with an undercover reporter posing as a female party activist.
Married dad-of-five Brooks Newmark, 56, who co-founded campaign group Women2Win, stepped down as Minister for Civil Society yesterday - and today admitted he had been "a complete fool".

Air France strike ends, company to develop low-cost unit | Reuters

Air France pilots called off on Sunday a two-week strike that had cost the airline more than 280 million euros ($355 million), despite continued deadlock with managers over the development of the firm's low-cost operations.

BBC News - Strictly Come Dancing beats X Factor in ratings battle

Strictly Come Dancing has beaten X Factor in their weekend ratings battle, drawing thousands more viewers on both Friday and Saturday than its rival.

Steven Gerrard looked tired and out of sorts in Liverpool's loss to West Ham | Daily Mail Online

Steven Gerrard struggled to make an impression as Liverpool were beaten 3-1 by West Ham on Saturday, leading to suggestions that age and fatigue is starting to catch up with the 34-year-old captain.
The midfielder has played every minute of Liverpool's season so far and, judging by the statistics from the match at Upton Park, it's taking its toll.








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