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Mar 02, 2012
The British government is to conduct a "proper, sober and thoughtful" review of the nation's extradition arrangements with the United States after a retired London businessman was sent for trial in America on charges of supplying batteries for Iranian missiles. Read Article Claims UK-US extradition pact lopsided, but some legal experts disagree
Feb 29, 2012
Anti-capitalist protesters vow to continue their campaign at another site as police and bailiffs remove demonstrators from the cathedral. Read Article Police end Occupy London protest at St Paul's Cathedral
Feb 27, 2012
Reporter's notebook Early consensus is that this addition to the Murdoch universe is bland, even though it has buxom models ruminating on matters of geopolitics, writes David Sapsted, Foreign Correspondent. Read Article The Sun on Sunday's shock attempt at decency
Feb 26, 2012
"The Sun on Sunday" is appearing with a haste that seemed unlikely, if not impossible, only a few weeks ago. Read Article In Britain, Murdoch makes The Sun come out
Feb 24, 2012
David Cameron, the British prime minister, tells conference of delegates from more than 50 countries, including the UAE, that Somalia's problems do not just affect Somalia. Read Article 'World's safety at risk over Somalia'
Feb 23, 2012
Conference in London set to agree moves on piracy and establish schools, courts and police. Read Article Call for world aid to rebuild a Somalia 'at a crossroads'
Feb 17, 2012
Setting out the theme for the anti-independence campaign, prime minister says Scotland was "stronger, safer, richer and fairer" as part of the United Kingdom. Read Article David Cameron counsels Scotland against independence vote
Feb 15, 2012
The UK prime minister is concerned over the extent of racism in English football, in which the Luis Suarez incident with Patrice Evra, and a racist allegation involving John Terry, has far-reaching implications. Read Article Liverpool owners to fly in to defuse Suarez row ahead of Cameron's racism crisis summit
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, the first Muslim woman appointed to a British cabinet, called on Europe to be "more confident in its Christianity". Read Article UK minister calls for Europe to combat wave of 'intolerant secularisation'
Feb 13, 2012
Rupert Murdoch will fly to London from New York to reassure staff that he has no plans to close the The Sun following a second wave of arrests of journalists at the British tabloid. Read Article Sun reporter says they are 'being stitched up' in latest hacking crisis for Murdoch
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