Few of the endless cast of characters Sam Allardyce has done business with over the years will be entirely surprised by the tawdry nature of recent events. During a long and sometimes controversial career, the 61-year-old's pursuit of private riches has driven him to the brink of bankruptcy on at least one occasion and generated a series of ugly headlines, of which this week's explosive scandal is just the latest.
Sam Tarry, Jeremy Corbyn's advisor, is a Barking and Dagenham councillor The 34-year-old owns a three bedroom flat in the borough he represents But records show his address is also a three-bedroom house in Brighton Councillors are required to live and work in the borough they represent Jeremy Corbyn's campaign chief is facing questions over whether he lives in Brighton while serving as a Labour councillor in East London, which could breach electoral law.
Lady Green is the nominal owner of almost all of Sir Philip's businesses Gained control of BHS in 2000, off-loading it in 2015 for nominal sum of £1 She has not been seen in public since March 23, before BHS scandal broke To members of the champagne-fuelled elite who regard it as the highlight of their annual social calendar, something didn't feel quite right about this year's Monaco Grand Prix.
Tony Blair's offered his services to Kazakh president Nursultan Nazarbayev Through his firm, he put forward a sales pitch to despot worth £5.3m a year Country accused of torturing citizens and massacring 15 protesters in 2011 Mr Blair denies making any personal profit from his deals with Kazakhstan Tony Blair touted his firm's services to a dictator for £5.3million a year, the Daily Mail can reveal today.
Her law firm earned £2,000 a day representing President Abdulla Yameen Firm paid more than £200,000 of fee by suspected conman and terrorist O mnia Strategy could become subject of anti-corruption investigation Mr Yameen has jailed 1,700 opposition activists and rival party leaders Murky financial links between Cherie Blair and the corrupt dictator of a tax haven with an appalling record on human rights can be revealed today.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe was expected to remain at the helm of the Met But scandal surrounding Operation Midland may damage his reputation Hogan-Howe has continued to devote himself to avoiding public scrutiny He reportedly pulled out of an appearance at the Davos economic forum Said by its makers to offer 'a superb balance of refinement and capability', the Range Rover Vogue SE is one of the most sought-after luxury vehicles on the market - and the shiny new three-litre model delivered to Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe last autumn was no exception.
In recent months, Donald Trump has made an unlikely transition from buffoonish celebrity into serious contender for the White House Once dismissed as a joke candidate, he has managed to utterly dominate the early running in the race His appeal to electorate is based around a single, defining emotion: anger As a self-styled outsider, Trump exerts a magnetic pull on Americans' loyalties, seemingly allowing him to flout traditional rules of politics Lunchtime in rural Iowa and an orderly queue begins to form outside the locked doors of a high school gymnasium in a small community called Marshalltown.
On April 21, Labour's deputy leader Tom Watson was asked to join 11 other prominent MPs signing an open letter that called for a high-profile member of the Establishment accused of appalling child sex abuse to face justice.
Late on Sunday, veteran BBC broadcaster Andrew Marr made a shock announcement: he has decided to sell his children to the highest bidder. 'I want to raise the money to keep Robert Peston at the BBC,' he declared.
President of UCL Professor Michael Arthur said Sir Tim was right to resign He said it would send out the wrong message to reinstate the Nobel winner Professor Arthur claimed the commitment to gender equality was supreme Several Nobel winners have called for Sir Tim to be returned to his post The Nobel Prize-winning scientist forced to resign after making light-hearted comments about women in the lab will not be reinstated, his boss said last night.
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Selecting a term
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