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Jessica Davies

Jessica Davies Updated: 18:15 EDT, 25 April 2011 An article on 12 January 2010 about the murder trial of Jessica Davies – in which she was found guilty of stabbing Olivier Mugnier to death in her Paris flat – said that she had joined him in smoking cannabis on the night of the murder. In […]

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Firefighters

Firefighters Updated: 17:00 EDT, 18 April 2011 Our 28th October article last year ‘Striking firemen want £10,000 pay rise’ mentioned that ‘fire crews could already expect to pocket up to £50,000 a year after overtime.’ We would like to clarify that this top sum referred to what a senior manager might expect to earn. We […]

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Andrew Perry

Andrew Perry Updated: 20:10 EDT, 9 April 2011 An article on September 5, 2010, “…fury as police cash in on car phone picture” said Andrew Perry, a CPS lawyer, might have been in contempt of court by giving a presentation using an evidence picture of footballer Jermain Defoe using a mobile phone while driving, before […]

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Anthony Bailey

Anthony Bailey Updated: 20:49 EDT, 7 April 2011 Further to a column by freelance commentator Mark Seddon on 28 August 2010 we wish to clarify that an accusation of blackmail against Anthony Bailey OBE was thrown out by a magistrate’s court in 1995, which concluded that his accuser was himself ‘a fraud and an imposter’. […]

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Vodafone and HMRC

Vodafone and HMRC By Janet Street-porter Updated: 20:43 EDT, 3 April 2011 I suggested last week that Vodafone came to an arrangement with HMRC to avoid £6 billion in tax. In fact, Vodafone and HMRC settled on agreed terms, which included a £1.25 billion payment by Vodafone. My apologies.