News Headlines - 16 December 2015

Revealed: Prince Charles has received confidential cabinet papers for decades | The Guardian

Prince Charles has been receiving confidential cabinet papers for decades, giving him access to the inner workings of British government, according to a Whitehall manual released after a three-year freedom of information battle.

Margaret Thatcher's red prime ministerial box sells for £242,500 - BBC News

Margaret Thatcher's red prime ministerial dispatch box has sold at auction in London for £242,500... They are among 150 items belonging to the late PM being auctioned at Christie's, with bids from as far away as the US, Australia and South Korea.

Japan upholds rule that married couples must have same surname | The Guardian

Japan’s supreme court has ruled that a 19th-century law forcing married couples to use the same surname – almost always that of the husband – does not violate the constitution.

Fed readies first hike in almost a decade amid calm markets | Reuters

Eight years after a devastating recession opened an era of loose U.S. monetary policy, the Federal Reserve was set on Wednesday to raise rates for the first time since 2006, in a sign the world's largest economy had overcome most of the wounds of the global financial crisis.

Booming UK jobs market sees unemployment drop to pre-crisis rates - Telegraph

UK unemployment returned to pre-crisis rates in the quarter to October, in another milestone for the recovery that underscored the strength of Britain's jobs market.








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