The UK played a positive role in securing commitments from other countries, but this now needs to be translated into concrete and binding laws.
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Dr. Kailash Chand OBE writes about the horrific India gang rape case.
Former French President Nicoals Sarkozy faces questioning over allegations regarding illegal political donations.
Conrad Black, felon, fraudster, crusader against the US justice system, over here and on tele, protesting his innocene and flogging his book.
David Cameron today point blank refused to answer a question on whether he would publish ‘secret’ emails between himself and Rebekah Brooks.
Boris Johnson, drunk on the power of being London Mayor at the time of our Games, has invited Rupert Murdoch to the Olympic swimming this Friday.
Mitt Romney, boss of Salt Lake City 02 – a byword for all that was previously wrong with the Games – has questioned Britain’s readiness for the Olympics.
Is there a possibility that a new leadership could signal a new dawn for democracy in India?