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Michael Holden

Michael Holden

    Vladimir Putin 'probably' approved murder of ex-KGB agent
    Vladimir Putin 'probably' approved murder of ex-KGB agent
    President Vladimir Putin probably approved a Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KBG agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210, a British inquiry into the 2006 killing in London concluded....
    Security company apologises for security failure ahead of Olympics
    Security company apologises for security failure ahead of Olympics
    The day after G4S said it would incur a loss of up to $77.7 million, its chief executive Nick Buckles hit the airwaves and TV studios to express...
    More pomp and pageantry mark finale of Jubilee celebrations
    More pomp and pageantry mark finale of Jubilee celebrations
    The 86-year-old cut a subdued figure as she attended a thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral and a celebratory lunch without Prince Philip,...
    London police target street gangs six months after riots
    London police target street gangs six months after riots
    Six months after Britain was struck by five nights of rioting, London police launched a major crackdown on street gangs which politicians blamed...
    Desperate British women turn to prostitution
    Desperate British women turn to prostitution
    Desperate British students, faced with rising costs on the back of government austerity measures, are turning to prostitution, gambling and other...
    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to learn extradition fate
    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange to learn extradition fate
    A London court will rule on Wednesday whether WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange, who angered the US government by publishing thousands of secret...
    Occupy London protesters set up camp
    Occupy London protesters set up camp
    Around 250 protesters set up camp outside St Paul's Cathedral in the heart of London on Sunday, promising to occupy the site indefinitely to show...
    UK police arrest 100 after London riots
    UK police arrest 100 after London riots
    British police arrested more than 100 people overnight in London after shops were looted and officers attacked in a second night of violence that...
    No fanfare for second British royal wedding
    No fanfare for second British royal wedding
    Britain's second royal wedding of the year takes place on Saturday but the marriage of Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara Phillips to her rugby...
    UK cops: Terror was bigger priority than phone hacking
    UK cops: Terror was bigger priority than phone hacking
    At a stormy hearing on Britain's phone hacking scandal, top serving and retired policemen told sceptical lawmakers on Tuesday they had been too...
    Royal couple fly out after sumptuous wedding
    Royal couple fly out after sumptuous wedding
    Prince William and his new wife flew out of Buckingham Palace on Saturday after tying the knot in a dazzling display blending centuries-old royal...