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Customs seized video of child sex abuse and ex-cabinet minister

Customs officials are trying to silence an ex-colleague who seized video that shows child sex abuse allegedly in the presence of a former cabinet minister. Exaro can reveal that the politically-explosive video was confiscated by a Customs officer at Dover’s Eastern Car Terminal in 1982. An Amsterdam-based businessman was importing the video cassette, which was seized with other child pornography.

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Company failures rise despite George Osborne’s budget cheers

Company failures are on the rise again as insolvency figures across the board are up compared with last year, according to data compiled by Exaro. As George Osborne, chancellor, celebrated improved economic indicators in his budget speech last week, the Exaro Insolvency Index highlights a more troubling picture for UK business. Increasing numbers of companies filed one or more insolvency notices.

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David Hencke nominated for Orwell Prize 2014 for Exaro scoops

Exaro’s David Hencke has been nominated in the journalism category in this year’s Orwell Prize – Britain’s most prestigious award for political writing. Hencke was nominated for his role as lead reporter on a series of investigative pieces for Exaro, two on secret recordings that exposed Rupert Murdoch and a key lieutenant, and four about allegations of child sex abuse against senior politicians.

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