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George Galloway’s radio show breached broadcasting rules - Yahoo News UK
An ex-KGB agent reveals why Putin would want to interfere in Canada’s upcoming election - Globalnews.ca
High society drug dealer Alex King — celebrities, expensive cars, royalty and Novichok - Daily Telegraph
Alex King and Anna Shapiro: Police hunt for drug dealer after trial - NEWS.com.au
George Galloway's talkRADIO show broke rules after Skripal poisoning - The National

George Galloway’s radio show breached broadcasting rules - Yahoo News UK

Yahoo News UK
George Galloway’s talkRadio show breached rules with comments that aired after the Skripal poisoning, watchdog Ofcom has said. The three-hour programme aired 12 days after the incident involving Yulia and Sergei Skripal in Salisbury.
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An ex-KGB agent reveals why Putin would want to interfere in Canada’s upcoming election - Globalnews.ca

Globalnews.ca
Former KGB agent Alexander Vassiliev says he understands better than most what motivates Russian President Vladimir Putin, including why he would seek to interfere in western elections, such as Canada’s upcoming federal election.
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High society drug dealer Alex King — celebrities, expensive cars, royalty and Novichok - Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph
High society drug dealer Alex King — celebrities, expensive cars, royalty and Novichok  Daily TelegraphExclusive parties, expensive cars, A-list actors and supermodels — King seemingly had it all.
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Alex King and Anna Shapiro: Police hunt for drug dealer after trial - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au
Alex King has lived a fast, colourful life. Exclusive parties, expensive cars, A-list actors and supermodels — King seemingly had it all. The 42-year-old was so used to rubbing shoulders with Britain’s finest, he once won a $183,000 bet by shaking hands with Prince Charles at a film premiere.
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George Galloway's talkRADIO show broke rules after Skripal poisoning - The National

The National
GEORGE Galloway’s talkRADIO show breached rules with comments that aired after the Skripal poisoning, Ofcom has said. The watchdog found the three-hour programme, which aired 12 days after the incident involving Yulia and Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, did not maintain due impartiality on a major matter of political controversy.
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