Tuesday. 2 September 2014

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Westland faces ban from selling helicopters to Indian forces

Helicopter maker AgustaWestland faces losing the chance of defence deals with India worth billions of pounds because of bribery allegations against it. The UK’s only helicopter manufacturer and its Italian parent company, Finmeccanica, are bracing themselves from being “blacklisted” from India following formal advice issued by the country’s attorney general, its top law officer, to its Ministry of Defence.

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Police investigate second boys’ school linked to Cyril Smith MP

Detectives are investigating alleged sexual abuse of boys at another school linked to late Liberal MP Sir Cyril Smith. Cumbria police are known to be investigating abuse of boys at Underley Hall special school, dating back to the 1970’s. But Exaro can reveal that Smith opened the residential school in 1976 and is understood to have stayed the night there regularly.

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MI5 and MI6 tell MPs to censor key report on Lee Rigby’s killers

MPs have come under intense pressure by MI5 and MI6 to censor a critical report of intelligence failings over the killing of soldier Lee Rigby. Senior officers from the Security Service, MI5, and the Secret Intelligence Service, MI6, confronted MPs and peers on Parliament’s intelligence and security committee over the report at a tense meeting last month, Exaro can reveal.

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