Establishing a relationship of “trust” with the LIA allowed the bank to make $350m from a series of trades worth $1bn that ultimately proved worthless
This veteran intellectual giant of the frothing right has been a delight since first being elected in 1983
The former Prime Minister argues that the battles of this century will be fueled by religious differences rather than political ideology
The Government faces fresh allegations that it failed to act on an intercepted order from Colonel Muammar Gaddafi to open fire on demonstrators at a London protest where a policewoman was murdered.
A controversial fixer for arms deals linked to an alleged corruption scandal that engulfed Nicolas Sarkozy has been refused entry to Britain.
Diplomatic Channels: President Mandela was not going to turn his back on Libya
Announcement follows talks between David Cameron and Libyan prime minister Ali Zeidan
Fighting comes day after attack on protesters left over 40 dead in Libyan capital
Theresa May faces questions from MPs
Export papers seem to back Assad's denial over sarin attack – but Russians won't go into detail
The son of Libya’s former dictator Muammar Gaddafi missed a court hearing today after the militia holding him refused to send him to the capital, Tripoli, underscoring the weakness of the central government after the country’s civil war.
World View: Deal in Geneva shows the Kremlin’s influence is at its greatest for more than 20 years
Consultant Daad Sharab said Prince Al-Waleed Bin Talal Bin Abdul-Aziz Al-Saud owed her about £6.5m
The jailbreak happened as protesters stormed political party offices in Libya's main cities
That’s a mouthful, what do his friends call him?
Billionaire tells court: 'This plane was a drop in the sea of what I do every day'