News Headlines - 12 December 2015

No further action to be taken in phone hacking probes - BT

No further action is to be taken in long-running phone hacking investigations, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.
There is "insufficient evidence to provide a realistic prospect of a conviction" in relation to corporate liability at News Group Newspapers and against 10 individuals at Mirror Group Newspapers, Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders said.

Saudi women vote for the first time - The Washington Post

The first Saudi women ever to cast ballots in the kingdom hugged, took souvenir selfies and spoke cautiously of more openings during groundbreaking elections Saturday that marked another step in social reforms but failed to stir a major turnout at the polls.

Girl scout dies after falling 40ft from coastguard helicopter rescuing her from 15ft waves - Mirror Online

A teenage girl scout has died after being swept into the sea on Sunday... The teenager is believed to have then fallen around 40 feet into the water as she was being winched up to a rescue helicopter.

Google's meetings with UK Government over driverless cars revealed - Telegraph

Google has held multiple discussions with the British government about the prospects for driverless cars in the UK, documents obtained by the Telegraph show.

Uefa Euro 2016: England drawn against Wales while Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland get tough draws - Telegraph

There will be familiar faces – and familiar places – for England at Euro 2016. In the draw at the Congrès de Palais, there was always a 50/50 chance that they would be up against one of the 'home’ nations and they duly were presented with one with Wales who joined them in Group B.








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