Spanish PM Reacts Badly to Belgian PM’s Comment on Catalunya

October 23, 2017

The Belgian Prime Minister, Charles Michel, provoked an angry reaction from his Spanish counterpart following his comments about the situation in Catalunya, as reported in a Belgian newspaper last Thursday (19th October). The daily Belgian newspaper ‘Le Soir’ (a Walloon and Brussels paper

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HSBC Scandal Deepens: Adams Challenges Government Over ‘Golden Circle’

February 11, 2015

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE A week that started of with Ed Miliband setting out to castigate offshore jurisdictions like the Isle of Man as tax havens has backfired spectacularly with both the UK Labour Party and the Conservatives embroiled in the continuing

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Time Role and Funding of Interpol came in for Greater Scrutiny

June 27, 2013

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE In Act 1 of Shakespeare’s `Hamlet’ Marcellus says “Something is rotten in the State of Denmark”. The saying has become to epitomise situations which do not seem quite right and it could, in the light of recent Celtic

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Kenya Land and Freedom Army Veterans Win Compensation From UK

June 9, 2013

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE When the campaign for freedom was launched in Kenya over sixty years ago few would have thought that it would have a sequel in the British courts which would see the British governments forced to apologise and compensate

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