The Crown Prosecution Service has said it is still considering whether to charge Sun reporter Mazher Mahmood with perjury ten months after the collapse of the Tulisa Contostavlos drug-dealing trial. It has also emerged that seven people prosecuted ... NigerianHerald.com, 2 weeks ago
A year on from Tulisa drugs trial collapse CPS says it is still mulling Mahmood perjury charge - Press Gazette, 2 weeks ago
An in-depth look at the spot-fixing events that shook cricket, including never revealed scenes A huge no ball — perhaps the biggest in international cricket since the advent of the front-foot rule — is bowled by Amir on the first ...The Express Tribune, 4 days ago
London: This was proper old-school, cliche Westminster sleaze. Cocaine, tick. Prostitutes from whose breasts to snort cocaine, tick. A dash of racism and political backstabbing, tick. It was even in the right venue: Dolphin Square, the 1250-flat ...Canberra Times, 1 month ago
BBC reporter who tried to expose Jimmy Savile scandal claims he has now been forced out of his job along with other colleagues on the right side of the argument
Meirion Jones says that whistleblowers were forced out by BBC bosses He helped discover Savile was a paedophile but documentary was stopped He said: 'Everyone involved on the right side of the Savile argument has been forced out of the BBC' Mr ...Capital Bay, 1 month ago Meirion Jones: 'Everyone on right side of the Savile argument has been forced out of the BBC' Press Gazette, 1 month ago
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