Monthly Archives: June 2014

Cameron Digs In for Long EU Campaign as Defeat Approaches


  • Hacking Judge Reprimands Cameron for Apology Over Coulson


  • Phone-Hacking Scandal That Rocked News Corp.: Timeline

    The phone-hacking scandal at News Corp.’s U.K. newspapers simmered for nearly five years before erupting on the national scene in July 2011 amid the discovery that journalists had hacked the phone of a murdered schoolgirl.

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    Hacking Judge Reprimands Cameron for Apology Over Coulson


  • Phone-Hacking Scandal That Rocked News Corp.: Timeline

    The phone-hacking scandal at News Corp.’s U.K. newspapers simmered for nearly five years before erupting on the national scene in July 2011 amid the discovery that journalists had hacked the phone of a murdered schoolgirl.

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    Phone-Hacking Scandal That Rocked News Corp.: Timeline

    The phone-hacking scandal at News Corp.’s U.K. newspapers simmered for nearly five years before erupting on the national scene in July 2011 amid the discovery that journalists had hacked the phone of a murdered schoolgirl.

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    Cameron Faces Questions in Parliament on Hiring Coulson

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron will face questions in the House of Commons today after his former communications chief was found guilty of phone hacking.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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    Cameron ‘Extremely Sorry’ for Employing Hacker Coulson

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said he was “extremely sorry” for employing Andy Coulson after his former director of communications was convicted of phone hacking.

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    U.K. Labour Details Plan to Tax High-Value Properties

    The U.K. opposition Labour Party offered more details of its plan to tax high-value properties, saying there should be four bands of increasing levies on homes costing more than 2 million pounds ($3.4 million).– Delivered by Feed43 service
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    Cameron Said to Force Battle in Ypres Over Juncker

    U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, refusing to drop his opposition to appointing Jean-Claude Juncker as head of the European Commission, plans to force fellow European Union leaders to defend their choice over dinner next week in Ypres, a British gover… Continue reading

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    U.K. Lawmakers Attack Atos for Misleading Bid Information

    U.K. lawmakers criticized French outsourcing company Atos for providing “incorrect and potentially misleading information” in bidding for a contract to assess welfare claimants’ disabilities.

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    Miliband Counters U.K. Leadership Doubts With Youth Welfare Vow

    U.K. opposition leader Ed Miliband pledged to cut welfare for low-skilled jobless young people as he tried to fight criticism that he lacks the qualities to be prime minister.– Delivered by Feed43 service
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    U.K. Warns Scottish Nationalists Not to Threaten Business

    Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael said nationalists shouldn’t try to stop businesses publicly opposing independence ahead of the Sept. 18 referendum on whether to stay in the U.K.

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