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Grieving Thai honours late coach after awards haul

Thai golfer Kiradech Aphibarnrat made an emotional tribute to his late coach as he dominated the Asian Tour awards night by winning three prizes including player of the year. The 24-year-old, who was also honoured for winning last year's order of ..., 1 day ago
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David Cameron's 'Christian Country' Comments Defended By Attorney General Dominic Grieve (VIDEO)

Attorney General Dominic Grieve has become the latest high profile figure to flock to the defense of the prime minister over his recent insistence that Britain is a Christian country . In an interview with the Telegraph , the senior law officer ...
 Huffington Post UK2 days ago Attorney General Defends Cameron Over Controversial 'Christian Country' Comments  Huffington Post UK2 days ago RELIGIONAttorney General Defends PM Over 'Christian Country' Comments  Huffington Post UK2 days ago Tory ministers defend PM over "Christian country" comments day ago

Discussion due on failed rape cases

Attorney General Dominic Grieve is to discuss failed sexual assault and rape cases brought against high profile figures with Alison Saunders, the director of public prosecutions (DPP). It follows criticism of prosecutors after actors Bill Roache ...
 BBC1 week ago
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Attorney General Dominic Grieve warns of peoples reluctance to express their religious beliefs because of the deep intolerance of extremists of all faiths

The Government's senior law officer Dominic Grieve said people with "softer" religious views had been reluctant to express their faith because of the "disturbing" rise
 Big News Network1 day ago Rise of extremists 'leaves Christians afraid to speak up': Attorney General says faithful are 'turned off' by fundamentalists  Capital Bay1 day ago Wednesday's National Newspaper Front Pages  Independent Radio News2 days ago Dominic Grieve: Miller has to answer to her constituents and the PM  PoliticsHome2 weeks ago

MPs urge Higgins to decide now on HS2 Heathrow spur

All three Hillingdon MPs and neighbour Dominic Grieve have written to the new chairman of HS2 urging him to end the uncertainty over the Heathrow Airport spur. Joining forces with neighbour Dominic Grieve (Con, Beaconsfield), whose constituency ...
 GetWestLondon4 weeks ago
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Dominic Grieve: Tories Must Ditch 'Odd Obsessions' To Win Election

The Conservative Party is suffering from a "hemorrhage" of votes to Ukip the Attorney General has admitted, but Dominic Grieve has warned his party it would be "irrational" to try and outflank Nigel Farage on the right. The senior Tory, who ...
 Huffington Post UK1 month ago Attorney General: Tories Must Drop 'Odd Obsessions' To Win  Huffington Post UK1 month ago Tories Must Ditch 'Odd Obsessions' To Win Election, Says Attorney General  Huffington Post UK1 month ago Mehdi's Morning Memo: Tory 'Odd Obsessions'  Huffington Post UK1 month ago
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Guardian: Wrong to block release of Charles' letters

A Guardian journalist accused the Attorney General Dominic Grieve of failing to show "reasonable grounds" for blocking the release of letters sent by Prince Charles to government ministers. The High Court today ruled that Grieve's use of a ...
 ITV.com1 month ago Judge tells Grieve to publish prince's letters to ministers  Morning Star Online1 month ago Grieve ruling on Prince Charles letters unlawful  Law Society Gazette1 month ago Guardian challenges ban on publication of Prince Charless letters to ministers  Big News Network1 month ago
The Drum

Appeal Court ruling opens door to publication of Prince Charles letters

An Appeal Court ruling that attorney general Dominic Grieve acted unlawfully over a decision to block the publication of letters penned by Prince Charles to government ministers has been seized on by the media as a watershed decision which clears ...
 The Drum1 month ago Grieve to challenge letters ruling  MSN UK1 month ago Business statement Watch  BBC1 month ago Appeal over ruling on Prince's letters  Herald Scotland1 month ago
Huffington Post UK

Prince Charles' Letters Secrecy Granted By Dominic Grieve Is Ruled Unlawful

The Attorney General's refusal to let the public see letters the Prince of Wales wrote to government ministers has been ruled unlawful by three judges. Guardian journalist Rob Evans accused Dominic Grieve, the Government's principal legal adviser, ...
 Huffington Post UK1 month ago Secrecy Over Prince Charles' Letters Is Ruled Unlawful  Huffington Post UK1 month ago Prince's letters secrecy 'unlawful'  BBC1 month ago Block on Charles's letters unlawful  BBC1 month ago

UK non-Christian claims 'absurd'

Iain Duncan Smith and Dominic Grieve supported David Cameron's view of Britain as a Christian country The UK is a Christian country and those who deny it are "deluding themselves" and ignoring "reality", two senior Conservative MPs have ...
 BBC2 days ago UK remains a Christian country - Grieve  PoliticsHome1 day ago
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