Tag Archives: David Cameron

25Mar/15

Clarkson leaving ‘a tragedy’ – Top Gear co-host James May

Top Gear presenter James May says it’s a ‘tragedy’ that Jeremy Clarkson is leaving Top Gear and gives nothing away about his own future on the popular motoring show.
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25Mar/15

Sacked Clarkson “crossed the line” – BBC boss

BBC Director-General, Tony Hall, releases a statement that he has decided not to renew Jeremy Clarkson’s BBC contract with ‘great regret’.
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25Mar/15

Jeremy Clarkson contract not renewed by BBC

Jeremy Clarkson leaves the BBC after his contract is not renewed, bringing an end to his time as host of worldwide hit show ‘Top Gear’.
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14Mar/15

Gandhi statue unveiled in London

A statue of Indian independence leader Mahatma Gandhi is unveiled in London’s Parliament Square.

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01Mar/15

Syria-bound UK schoolgirls at Istanbul bus stop – CCTV

CCTV footage obtained by Turkish news channel Ahaber purportedly shows images of three British schoolgirls, thought to be trying to join militant Sunni Islamist group Islamic State, boarding a bus in Istanbul’s Esenler district to travel to the south-eastern province of Sanliurfa, where it’s believed they have crossed into Syria.

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27Feb/15

British newspapers lead with “Jihadi John” unmasking

LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (FEBRUARY 27, 2015) (REUTERS) – The front pages of British newspapers led on Friday (February 27) with stories related to the unmasking of the man who fronted Islamic State (IS) beheading videos, known as “Jihadi John”.
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23Feb/15

Senior UK lawmakers deny wrongdoing over “cash for access” report

Two former British foreign ministers deny wrongdoing after undercover reporters film them offering their services to a fictitious Chinese company.

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11Feb/15

UK Labour leader says HSBC enabled tax avoidance on an ‘industrial scale’

Britain’s Labour opposition leader Ed Miliband alleges that HSBC bank enabled tax avoidance on an industrial scale. British Prime Minister David Cameron says that “every proper process” was followed when he appointed Stephen Green, HSBC’s former executive chairman, to be a trade minister in 2010.

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