Cameron Calls Emergency Session of Parliament


LONDON — Britain‘s top police official resigned on Sunday, the latest casualty of the phone-hacking scandal engulfing British public life, just hours after Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch’s News International, was arrested on suspicion of illegally intercepting phone calls and bribing the police. Such is the severity of the crisis swirling around the Murdoch empire, British politicians, police officers and journalists that Prime Minister David Cameron bowed to pressure from the Labour opposition on Monday to call an emergency session of Parliament on Wednesday, a day after Mr. Murdoch, his son James and Ms. Brooks are set to testify to a…

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REDJet Gets Go Ahead For Trinidad Flights

News Americas PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Monday July 18, 2011: New low-cost regional Caribbean carrier, REDjet, is set to officially begin flying to and from Trinidad and Tobago on July 28th. The Barbados-based low cost carrier has finally been given the thumbs up from authorities in the twin-island republic, who […]