Archive: Dick Cheney
Conservative MPs were personally lobbied by Dick Cheney on Tony Blair's behalf in the run-up to the Iraq war, he has revealed.
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Unite: Tax avoidance, strike breaking, human rights abuses: The organisations bidding to profit from West Midlands police privatisation
Unite, Britain's biggest union, has lifted the lid on the activities and record of some of the organisations attempting to profit from our police service (see notes to editors).
This new event which took place on 9th August, 2014 at Stanmer Park, Brighton, in aid of Tree of Hope, attracted 2,800 people on a glorious summer’s day.
A growing number of people have cosigned a letter to Assistant Police Commissioner Cressida Dick asking for clarification of the role of Operation Weeting and Operation Tuleta, and calling for the Metropolitan Police to widen their investigation to all reported incidences of illegal media intrusion.
NOAH's chairman for 2008
John Prescott's inability to engage with Dick Cheney resulted in a "fatal gap" between the US and the UK, a senior British diplomat has told the Iraq inquiry.