Topic: The University of Kent
Austerity politicians may have been given the boot in Europe, but austerity measures will remain.
Briton Paul Chambers says he was only venting when he wrote on Twitter that he might blow an airport "sky-high." He's the first person arrested in Britain for a tweet, and he's banned for life from his local airport.
Almost a million young Britons are now called 'neets' – not in education, employment, or training.
While French and British leaders have been high profile, the low-key German chancellor is getting credit for the summit's regulatory focus.