This came in as a comment, Rothpol thought it was just too important to be missed: “Still no comment from any Labour representatives! If they think this will go away they are mistaken. Their silence is deafening. What are they … Continue reading
Fresh in from Wil Ewart: The Times article at no point suggested that Akhtar had committed a criminal offence. If there was a clear implication it was about his getting involved to secure the release without prosecution of his relative. … Continue reading
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Andrew Norfolk, the Chief Investigative Reporter of the Times, brings us fresh insights into Jahangir Akhtar’s resignation: .