News Headlines - 12 October 2015

PM planning nine-month EU referendum window, minister reveals | The Guardian

David Cameron is running his EU negotiations on the basis that he effectively has a nine-month window from the summer of next year to the spring of 2017 to hold his in/out referendum on Britain’s EU membership.

Volkswagen questioned by Parliament - BBC News

MPs got their chance to grill UK representatives for Volkswagen and Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin earlier.
Details are still emerging about what the company does and does not know about what went wrong and how it plans to fix the situation.

Dell in $67bn deal for data storage company EMC - Yahoo News UK

Dell is buying data storage company EMC in a deal valued at approximately 67 billion US dollars (£43.5 billion)... Cloud computing company VMware, a subsidiary of EMC, will stay an independent, publicly traded company.

US dentist who killed Cecil the lion will not face prosecution - FT.com

The US dentist and game hunter who triggered an international outcry when he killed Zimbabwe’s most famous lion, known as Cecil, will not face prosecution for his actions.

Nobel Prize winners: Which country has the most Nobel laureates? - Telegraph

The top five countries with the most Nobel laureates are all western nations - with the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, France and Sweden topping the rankings for the best minds in peace, literature, science and economics.








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