Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Today's headlines

EL PAÍS Berlusconi promises to resign after EU adjustments are approved - Judge accuses (Royal Family member) Urdangarín and partner of misusing public funds - Camps paid Calatrava €15 million for a project that will never happen / ABC Rajoy overwhelms Rubalcaba (in latest PP poll) - PSOE asks for opposition leader's office be remodelled - Pajín manouevers for UNICEF job / PÚBLICO (Over photo of)BerlusKOni - EU argues over who will pay banks - Less abortions with new law / EL MUNDO Anti-corruption (court) accuses Urdangarín of 'taking possession of public funds' - Public TV stations cost the taxpayer €2,314 million - 11-M  victims say prosecutor 'opens doors' to the truth / CINCO DÍAS (Business & Finance) Tension at the top of Bankia - Market pressure gets rid of Berlusconi - Vodafone España income drops to historic level / EUROPA SUR (Campo de Gibraltar) Collision with Guardia Civil leaves 3 Gibraltar police injured - La Línea fires all local TV staff - 80% of complaints at Punta Europa Hospital are about delays in getting attention

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