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Exaro News Archive

This is an archive of Exaro news stories published between 2011-2016.

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David Hencke, Mark Watts, Onome Akpogheneta, Crina Boros, Susan Cooke, Guy Eaton, Alanah Eriksen, Mojda Hashemyan, Hui Shan Khoo, Naomi Lloyd, Fiona O’Cleirigh, Richard Orange, Andrea Perry, Naomi Scherbel-Ball, Sorana Stanescu, Pavel Stroilov, Alex Varley-Winter, Richard Wachman, Frederika Whitehead, Mark Conrad, Tim Wood, David Pallister, Mike Yuille and Alison Winward

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Patrick Mahony – Apology

By Exaro Team | 11 July 2016 On 26 April we published an article about Mr Mahony which linked monies received by him to 1...

Was chemical weapons cash used to target coalition in Iraq?

On the eve of Chilcot Report, questions raised over payments to warlord for Sarin By Nick Kochan and David Hencke | 5 July 2016 British troops destroyed chemical weapons bought from...

Royal Bank of Scotland faces wider scandal over Libor rigging

RBS manipulated benchmark rate in more currencies than admitted, documents suggest By Mark Watts and Mike Yuille | 23 May 2016 "It provides a properly arguable foundation for PAG’s allegation that...

RBS ‘at highest level’ knew of ‘serious problems’ with Libor

Case raises questions about bank’s ‘top management’ as well as trading floor – judge By Mark Watts and Mike Yuille | 23 May 2016 Documents forced out of the Royal Bank...

Jimmy Savile hid abuse on Top of the Pops in ‘plain sight’

Janet Smith’s review: ‘testosterone-laden’ show masked presenter’s assaults on girls By David Hencke, Alex Varley-Winter and Mark Watts | 20 January 2016 Jimmy Savile hid his abuse of girls while working as...

CQC admits setback for new inspection regime for care homes

Project to give ratings to services for elderly people delayed by another seven months By Katy Scott | 19 May 2016 England’s health watchdog has given up on meeting...

NSPCC to step down as provider of CSA inquiry’s helpline

Children’s charity decides against bidding for £1m contract after criticism of service By Tim Wood | 12 May 2016 "There are literally thousands of people who are coming forward,...
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