Before talking about things we're reading today, we've just noticed a bug when linking to the Guardian which probably means we've been irritating folks with our links to said newspaper.
Bascially we have been copying the URL link to the Guardian and did not realise that every time we did this, the newspaper automatically adds "%20" to the end of the URL.
This means the links never work.
As a result, we will no longer be placing links
to the Guardian or, if we do, we will try to remember to
remove the "%20". Apologies if we forget.
Anyways, with "%20"'s removed, here's what we're reading today:
- Can Barclays avoid being nationalised? (Telegraph)
- RBS faces probe over 'threats' to directors (Guardian)
- King Fred's taste for the high life (Times)
- FSA ditches internal review of its 'effectiveness' (Independent)
- WaMu holding company sues FDIC over bank seizure (Yahoo!)
- Tent city: Symbol of U.S. economic decline (Welt)
- G20 warned unrest will sweep globe (Guardian)
- Google Street View forced to remove images (Independent)
- Twitter fends off predators looking for tweet rewards (Telegraph)