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Sep 27, 2016
Fifa under fire over move to disband racism task forceHowever, Fifa secretary-general Fatma Samoura said the world body could live with the perception that it was too soon to end the task force's work.
May 09, 2016
Britain to publish much-delayed report on 2003 Iraq war on 6 JulyThe Iraq Inquiry headed by former senior civil servant John Chilcot, which began in 2009, was originally due to report within a year.
Oct 30, 2015
Britain likely to publish Iraq Inquiry in June or July next yearBritain is likely to publish the findings of its long-awaited Iraq Inquiry, in June or July of 2016, Chair of the Inquiry Sir John Chilcot said in a letter published on Thursday to British Prime Minister David Cameron
Sep 18, 2014
Britain pledges state funding to Scotland as referendum day dawnsLondon's rush to grant more powers to Scotland in an attempt to pull voters behind the union risks stoking anger among both voters and lawmakers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland where such guarantees are unlikely to be given.
Sep 15, 2014
Ex-PM Brown wrestles with Scotland's fate as referendum draws closerAs Prime Minister David Cameron pondered his options in London and sterling fell after a poll showed separatists were on course to win independence, Brown took action.
May 10, 2012
Vodafone to get tough response from govt on tax battleCNBC TV-18 reported that there is virtually no ground in the Vodafone case to invoke Dutch BIPA (Bilateral investment promotion and protection agreements).
Apr 27, 2012
Rupert Murdoch: Your doting granddad or evil mad genius?Murdoch Sr, in two days, was a gatling gun of headlines that sent the media in so many directions they lost focus on the witness himself.
Apr 26, 2012
Murdoch's claim on 'war' wholly wrong: BrownGordon Brown yesterday refuted the contention of Rupert Murdoch before the Leveson Inquiry that he had declared "war" on News Corp after The Sun tabloid extended support to the Conservative party in September 2009.
Mar 30, 2012
Vodafone case: Is there no sanctity of a PM's promise?A controversial amendment proposal to allow retrospective taxation of cross-border deals appears to contradict assurances given by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to his British counterpart over Vodafone's purchase of Hutchison Essar in 2010.
Aug 11, 2011
Oh, for a statesman like David CameronThings may be falling apart all around David Cameron but in a strange way he gives the impression of a man who is in command and knows what he is doing.