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30pm: Hercule Poirot applies his finely honed sleuthing skills to the baffling murder of a British peer.
He had been invited by a British peer to show his controversial 17-minute film Fitna, which criticises the Koran as a "fascist book", in the House of Lords.
Summary: Moroccan Foreign Minister, TaE[macron]b Fassi Fihri held, here Monday talks with his British peer, David Miliband on ways to further bolster bilateral cooperation in all fields, as well as the issue of the Moroccan Sahara.
A British peer who branded nurses 'grubby, drunken and promiscuous' during a debate in the House of Lords has earned the wrath of nursing leaders, government ministers and his own party.
While Freidheim declined to take any personal shots at Black, the deposed newspaper mogul and British peer felt no such restraint -- at one point referring to Freidheim as a "septuagenarian banana marketer.
In response, the British peer who runs the business made promises to loosen his reins a bit.
SHAMED British Peer Lord Archer has been given an ultimatum: any more diary writing and you'll be back in tough Lincoln Jail.
To make the single meaning doubly clear He ends the journey -- as a British peer.
Lord Avebury, a British peer, has claimed that a defected Iranian man claiming Iran is responsible for the bombing of Pan Am flight 103 was an intelligence agent.
An obscure British peer was once found dead with a broken neck, plainly fallen from the balcony of his Belgravia home.
A senior British peer said on Tuesday he was leaving the House of Lords, Britain's unelected upper parliamentary chamber, after a newspaper published a video which it said showed him using cocaine and cavorting with prostitutes.
A BRITISH peer was under pressure to quit the House of Lords last night after he was filmed allegedly taking cocaine with prostitutes.

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