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Peter Murrell charged in connection with embezzlement in SNP finances probe

Former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell has been charged in connection with embezzlement of SNP funds   Former SNP chief executive Peter Murrell has been charged in connection with embezzlement of SNP funds following a police investigation into the party’s finances. The 59-year-old husband of former first minister Nicola Sturgeon was taken into custody for …

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Peter Murrell re arrested in SNP finances probe

Former SNP chief executive and husband of ex-first minister Nicola Sturgeon, has been re-arrested in connection party finance probe. Peter Murrell, former SNP chief executive and husband of ex-first minister Nicola Sturgeon, has been re-arrested in connection with the police investigation into the party’s finances. The 59-year-old was previously arrested on April 5 last year in …

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Ronnie OSullivan begins World Championship against Jackson Page

The Rocket is chasing his eighth title History-chasing Ronnie O’Sullivan will start the World Snooker Championship against Jackson Page as reigning champion Luca Brecel faces David Gilbert. The sport’s best take to the green baize at the Crucible from Saturday, with the winner crowned in Sheffield on Sunday, May 6. Seven-time world champion O’Sullivan begins …

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BP trim leadership team

Oil giant BP has revealed plans to reduce its team of top bosses to simplify its structure led by new CEO Murray Auchincloss. The group is reducing its executive director leadership team to 10 from 11 after a move to axe the regions, corporates and solutions division – which will instead be merged within its …

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Rwanda Bill stuck in deadlock

Peers have maintained the parliamentary deadlock over Rishi Sunak’s Rwanda deportation plan. The House of Lords snubbed ministerial calls to back down and again insisted on revisions to the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill. The fresh Government defeats mean a continuation of wrangling at Westminster over the proposed law that aims to clear the way to send …

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