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Germany: Sikh businessman arrested at Heathrow airport for tax fraud
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Sikh businessman arrested at Heathrow for tax fraud in Germany

Peter Singh Virdee was arrested earlier this week on a European arrest warrant. Photo courtesy Twitter handle: @petervirdee London, January 14 A British Sikh businessman has been arrested at Heathrow Airport here on tax fraud charges filed by ... Chandigarh Tribune, 1 week ago

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New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
The Telegraph UK, 4 months ago
Sputnik, 4 months ago
Metropolitan Police Service, 4 months ago

2016 Year-End United Kingdom White Collar Crime Update

The year 2016 has been another of continuing developments in the UK's white collar sector. These have ranged from the Competition and Markets Authority's largest ever fine, to the UK's second deferred prosecution agreement, to the continuing ...
 Gibson Dunn1 week ago

The Islamization Of Britain In 2016: "More Backwards Than Some Parts Of Pakistan"

Submitted by Soeren Kern via The Gatestone Institute, Sharia courts administering Islamic justice in Britain are run by clerics who believe some offenders should have their hands chopped off, according to Muslim scholar Elham Manea. She described ...
 Zero Hedge1 week ago

Brits travelling to Syria to fight ISIS should not be treated as terrorists, says foreign fighter

A British man, who has twice travelled to northern Syria to fight against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) alongside the Kurdish YPG militia group, says foreign volunteers like himself "should not be treated as terrorists." Read more The man, ...
 Russia Today2 weeks ago

D v Revenue and Customs (PROCEDURE : Hearings in private) [2017] UKFTT 850 (TC) (22 December 2016)

DECISION 1. By notice dated 3 September 2015, the Appellant's representative, Independent Tax, applied for the hearing of the substantive appeal to be held in private under rule 32 of the Tribunal Procedure (First-tier Tribunal) (Tax ...
 Bailii.org2 weeks ago

London solicitor 'barged into commuters at a tube station and assaulted a woman'

Determined baby is not letting exhaustion get in the way of his playtime as he bounces in his sleep Wayne and Coleen's Barbados villa for rent at £25k a week in Caribbean isle's 28 minutes ago 1 Dr Geoffrey Critchlow, 58, accused ...
 NewsGrio2 weeks ago

Reason Thatcher tried to ban raves revealed

Margaret Thatcher tried to stop the "new fashion" of acid house parties after an all-night rave shattered the tranquillity of a Tory MP's uncle, newly released official papers show. The Prime Minister asked to be briefed on what powers the police ...
 Sky News3 weeks ago Thatcher tried to ban raves after one upset a Tory MP's uncle  MSN UK3 weeks ago Real reason Thatcher tried to ban acid house parties revealed  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago

From Wolf of Wall Street-like parties to jail terms: the weirdest and worst of traders in 2016

The year 2016 saw traders get up to all sorts of things, from the scarcely believable to the downright criminal. As 2016 comes to an end, it is fair to say that few, if any, will look back onto the year with any fondness. The last 12 months have ...
 International Business Times UK3 weeks ago
Yahoo! UK and Ireland

British councils used Ripa to conduct mass surveillance on people for over 5 years - Report

Local councils reportedly conducted covert surveillance on dog walkers, among others. Local British councils reportedly conducted mass covert surveillance on citizens for over five years. Councils were authorised to conduct over 55,000 days of ...
 International Business Times UK3 weeks ago Revealed: British councils used Ripa to secretly spy on public  MSN Canada3 weeks ago

Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act to follow people

Councils were given permission to carry out more than 55,000 days of covert surveillance over five years, including spying on people walking dogs, feeding pigeons and fly-tipping, the Guardian can reveal. A mass freedom of information request has ...
 The Guardian3 weeks ago British councils admit massive use of spying powers on public  MSN UK4 weeks ago
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