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If that sounds haughty, it was quickly surpassed by the tasteless eloquence of Christopher Monckton, a British peer and dean of denialism.
British peer easyJet this month said it expected second-half revenue to rise as business passengers help it to overcome higher fares.
British peer Lord Ashcroft concealed his involvement in a Turks & Caicos Islands construction company that went into receivership with debts of around US$30 million, according to Panorama, a BBC TV program, reports Caribbean News Now (Jan.
Ryanair followed British peer EasyJet in posting strong revenue growth as higher-priced rivals are battered by fuel costs and a struggling global economy.
The US bank sold Egg's credit card business earlier this year to British peer Barclays (LON:BARC).
Earlier in the week, HSBC said it will close its retail banking operation in Russia after just two years, following in the footsteps of British peer Barclays.
MOSCOW: HSBC, Europe's largest bank, is to close its retail banking operation in Russia after just two years, following in the footsteps of British peer Barclays.
Canadian-born Black, a British peer who once led the world's third-largest newspaper publisher with titles including the Jerusalem Post, Canada's National Post and the Chicago Sun-Times, entered a Florida prison in March 2008.
The Canadian-born Black, a British peer who once led the world's third-largest newspaper publisher, with titles including London's Daily Telegraph, Canada's National Post and the Chicago Sun-Times, entered a Florida prison in March 2008.
The appointment of Mr Herman Van Rompuy, the Belgian prime minister, to be the first full-time EU president, and that of the British peer baroness Catherine Ashton to be the EU's foreign policy chief, (both of them relative unknowns) have been widely seen as disappointments and the waste of a chance to put the EU on the world stage by appointing well-known, assertive figures.
He had been invited by a British peer to show Fitna, which criticises the Koran as a "fascist book", in the House of Lords.
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