The investment empire behind Canary Wharf is among suitors eyeing the troubled transport titan Arriva as its German owner seeks to raise billions in an auction to pay down a €20bn (£17.8bn) debt mountain.
It is June 1998 and Paula Rego is furious. Her people, the Portuguese people, had not turned up in sufficient numbers to vote in the recently held national referendum to change the country's conservative
Lecturer described man accused of murdering him as 'deceptive, disloyal and laughably vain' in poem penned before his death,
A university lecturer wrote an unflattering poem about the man accused of murdering him, a jury has heard. Peter Farquhar, 69, penned 18 lines of rhyming verse about Benjamin Field after the church warden