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The chair of the public inquiry into the Iraq War will send formal letters in the coming weeks to those whose conduct he criticises in its final report. According to the Independent on Sunday, the long-delayed inquiry is nearing the end of negotiations with the civil service over what it can publish of the correspondence...
Antony Jenkins welcomed plans from the Bank of England for a clawback system which could see bankers bonuses recouped up to seven years from the time they are given,...
Foreign Office press release Foreign Secretary William Hague is visiting Iraq to stress the importance of political unity. Arriving in Baghdad today as Iraq face...
Lord Carlile said the best way to prevent young British Muslims travelling abroad to fight for extremist groups such as ISIS was through Muslim communities working w...
Iraq will be given “intense and sustained support” by the United States, John Kerry has promised during a visit to Baghdad. The US Secretary of State said the at...
Labour party press release Responding to calls from Lord Carlile, former Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, to reintroduce Control Orders to deal with...
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