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Suggested Topics For all Levesonistas addicted to their regular fix of QC Robert Jay's inquisitorial gymnastics, the cold turkey has begun. There is no witness list for Monday, no opportunity to fantasise about who will get skewered or toasted.
Expanding reach on internet , the Rashtrapati Bhavan has put programmes attended by President Pranab Mukherjee on video-sharing site Youtube . Officials said the decision to upload ceremonies on the website was aimed at reaching out to younger
Morning Links -??The Situation Gets Into Rapping Best Known As: Gist: Elizabeth II (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary; born 21 April 1926) is the queen regnant of sixteen independent states known informally as the Commonwealth realms: the United Kingdom of
Letters Reporting Britain's atrocities in Kenya It has taken 60 years for the Kenyan victims of torture and ill treatment in detention camps of the 1950s to have their cases heard in London's high court (Report , 18 July) and for the stories told by
As SA celebrates Nelson Mandela's birtdhay, are impostors trying to muscle in on his legacy?...On the front page of The Standard, for example, we have a fleeing former prime ministerial aide and a current minister who is suing said aide. The British
The British government admitted publicly for the first time today that Kenyans were tortured and sexually abused by colonial forces during the Mau Mau uprising. The starling admission came as a trio of elderly Kenyans stood up in court to describe
George Osborne is attempting to slash a £130bn deficit over 7 years...You can see why David Cameron got quite firm with Jesse Norman (pictured), the Lords r... I thought that I had blogged about this before, but I cannot find it, so I'll do it again.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has accused Britain of neglecting its human-rights duties over a case brought by Kenyans allegedly abused by British colonial officials in the 1950s, The Times reported Monday. The case of three elderly Kenyans who claim to
Three Kenyans who allege they were tortured by the British colonial authorities during the 1950s Mau Mau uprising, are to begin a damages case at the High Court in London later. It is the latest stage of a legal battle by veterans of the rebellion to
A Canadian antiquarian's world-class collection of historic swords including one "mystery blade" newly discovered to have belonged to an early prime minister of Britain is to be sold for more than $500,000 by a British auction house. British Columbia