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Streets Of London: Spiderman holds city to Ransom

Friday, 7 November 2003, 10:48 am | William Moloney

I was going to write about a protest 2 weeks ago that I wandered past each day. Two men, dressed as Batman and Robin, had scaled the neo-gothic entrance to the Royal Courts of Justice. More >>

Streets Of London: Star Crossed Leaders

Tuesday, 28 October 2003, 7:50 am | William Moloney

Six years ago the Labour Party swept to power on the back of it’s youthful image. Tony Blair was a young and active 44-year old leader, bring forth a new age of govt. He was a leader with youthful vigour and sex appeal. Beside him was Gordon Brown, ... More >>

Streets Of London: Football’s Coming Home To Roost

Tuesday, 14 October 2003, 11:42 am | William Moloney

This has been the longest couple of weeks for football. A couple of weeks where the game has torn the carefully prepared PR packaging aside and given the public a glimpse at the real game. More >>

Streets Of London: Hutton Inq. Closing Statements

Friday, 26 September 2003, 1:31 pm | William Moloney

From The Streets Of London With William Moloney The Hutton Inquiry Update - Day 23 – Closing Statements More >>

Streets Of London: Hutton Inquiry Update - Day 21

Wednesday, 24 September 2003, 10:35 am | William Moloney

The witnesses today included the Prime Minister's two Official Spokesmen, Godric Smith and Tom Kelly. John Scarlett, Head of the Joint Intelligence Committee - who had responsibility for the dossier - was also called, as was Assistant Chief Constable ... More >>

Streets Of London: Hutton Inq. Campbell And Hoon

Tuesday, 23 September 2003, 9:52 am | William Moloney

Today at the Inquiry we see the newly sainted Alistair Campbell and the Secretary of State for Defence Geoff Hoon being cross-examined. New documents including extracts from Alistair Campbell’s personal diary were revealed to the Inquiry. More >>

Streets Of London: Hutton Inquiry Update - Day 19

Monday, 22 September 2003, 11:31 am | William Moloney

Today the Inquiry was intended to shift back to issues surrounding the naming of Dr. Kelly with witness from the MOD personnel and press offices. Richard Hatfield, Personnel Director MOD and the MOD Director of News Pam Teare were to be the main ... More >>

Streets Of London: Hutton Inquiry Day 18

Friday, 19 September 2003, 3:47 pm | William Moloney

The Witness' called today were Andrew Gilligan, The Today Program’s defence correspondent that started the affair, Richard Sambrook, Director of News at the BBC and Richard Hatfield; Personnel Director at the MOD began giving evidence. More >>

Streets of London: Hutton Inquiry Update - Day 17

Thursday, 18 September 2003, 10:48 am | William Moloney

Today five witness were called: Detective Constable Coe first police officer at site of Dr. Kelly’s death, Dr. Nicolas Hunt a pathologist who examined Dr. Kelly, Martin Howard former head of communications and director of news at the Inquiry, Dr. Andrew ... More >>

SOL: Hutton Inquiry - Monday 15th September

Wednesday, 17 September 2003, 1:02 pm | William Moloney

Greg Dyke BBC Director General - Sir Richard Dearlove- Head of MI6 (Evidence by secure audio link) - Air Marshall Sir Joe French- Former Head of the Defense Intelligence Staff (DIS)- Tony Cragg - Former Deputy Head of DIS under Sir Joe French More >>

Streets Of London: Hutton Inquiry Resumed

Wednesday, 17 September 2003, 12:56 am | William Moloney

The Hutton Inquiry has resumed calling witness’ after a one-week break. Lord Hutton and council used this week break to review the evidence that has been presented to the inquiry and prepare for the coming next two weeks. More >>

SOL: Hutton Inquiry Update - Week 4 Day 1

Tuesday, 2 September 2003, 4:40 pm | William Moloney

This week in the Inquiry shifts away from the inner workings of the Government and back onto Dr. David Kelly. Monday's main witness was Dr. Kelly's widow, Mrs. Janice Kelly. More >>

SOL: Tony Blair's Evidence At The Hutton Inquiry

Friday, 29 August 2003, 12:42 am | William Moloney

The main witness today at the Inquiry was The Prime Minister, Tony Blair. Mr. Blair is only the second serving Prime Minister to give evidence at a judicial inquiry. Mr. Blair’s appearance has sparked much interest with a queue of many hundreds of ... More >>

Streets Of London: Mark Parker Memorial Weekend

Thursday, 28 August 2003, 10:00 am | William Moloney

Mark Parker was a friend of mine. He was not a close friend. He was one of those people that you always were grateful to see propped up at the bar. He had a lovely friendly face and a ready laugh. More >>

SOL: The Hutton Inquiry - Week 3 Day 2

Thursday, 28 August 2003, 9:58 am | William Moloney

Witnesses called today, amongst others, were Wing Commander John Clark and Geoff Hoon, Secretary of State for Defence. More >>

SOL: The Hutton Inquiry - Week 3 Day 1

Wednesday, 27 August 2003, 9:54 am | William Moloney

The witnesses called today were John Scarlett, Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee and Labour MP Andrew Mackinley, Member of the Foreign Affairs Committee. More >>

SOL: Hutton Inquiry - Week 2 Day 4

Friday, 22 August 2003, 10:03 am | William Moloney

The Witness’ called today are Donald Anderson, Labour MP and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee, various specialist defence/intelligence journalists and David Broucher, a diplomat. More >>

SOL: The Hutton Inquiry - Week 2 Day 3

Thursday, 21 August 2003, 5:30 pm | William Moloney

From the Streets of London With William Moloney The Hutton Inquiry - Week 2 Day 3 More >>

SOL: Hutton Inquiry Update - Week 2 Day 2

Wednesday, 20 August 2003, 11:42 am | William Moloney

The inquiry was treated today to the inside workings of Number 10 and its relationship with the Civil Service. More >>

SOL: Hutton Inquiry Update - Week 2 Day 1

Wednesday, 20 August 2003, 11:40 am | William Moloney

For the entire day, Alistair Campbell, The Prime Ministers Director of Communications and Strategy, was answering questions. Over the course of the day he was questioned about the four main issues: The Iraq Dossier, The 45-minute claim, Row with the BBC, ... More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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