Scotland Yard began a so-called 'scoping' exercise to assess the credibility of allegations that the couple were murdered by a member of British special forces
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Sunday 06 February 2005
Thursday 03 February 2005
Neil Hamilton hasn't changed, unfortunately, not one bit. The former Conservative minister is the same grasping, boastful, smug, vulgar, deluded, obfuscating, mendacious oaf he always was. Those qualities, after all, along with a few other nastier ones, were what shot him into the public eye in the first place, when he was accused by Mohammed Al Fayed of accepting "cash for questions" - of taking payment to make planted inquiries in the House of Commons in return for plain brown envelopes stuffed with cash.
Sunday 09 January 2005
Thursday 25 November 2004
The Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed was criticised by a senior judge today and was left facing legal costs in excess of £4 million over his failed attempt to sue the police for wrongful arrest.
Saturday 20 November 2004
Friday 22 October 2004
Evidence presented by Fulham's chairman, Mohamed Al-Fayed, in the club's legal action against its former manager, Jean Tigana "did not have any credibility", the High Court heard yesterday.
Sunday 04 July 2004
Tuesday 30 March 2004
Saturday 06 March 2004
Tuesday 17 February 2004
Monday 15 December 2003
- 1 North Koreans are gasping for the truth: Let's give it to them
- 2 Sun will 'flip upside down' within weeks, says Nasa
- 3 Christmas comes early: Justin Bieber is 'retiring from music'
- 4 Burglar steals video tapes of child abuse, hands them into police
- 5 Cycle death inquest: Boyfriend hugs driver of 32 tonne tipper truck that killed his girlfriend