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London's laundries

British banks could face awkward questions after police in London charged Theresa Nkoyo Ibori, wife of former Delta State Governor James Ibori, with money laundering on 20 May. She...


Selective divestment

Britain’s Conservative Party, which has been campaigning against the Sudan government’s Darfur policy, faces charges of hypocrisy after it accepted more than US$800,000 in contribu...


Mission position

Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair landed in Kigali on 23 February on his mission to give ‘unpaid’ advice to the Rwandan government and to his ‘long standing friend’ Presid...


Accounting problems

Investigations into the relations between Zimbabwean ministers and Britain’s Barclays Bank may reopen following the admission by several ruling party politicians that they operate ...


Sanctions sense

Western sanctions on Zimbabwe appear to be unravelling ahead of the European Union/African Union summit in Lisbon on 8-9 December. The Harare delegation is to push for the EU to en...


Scrum half

Relations between Britain and South Africa, not helped by the Springboks’ 15-6 defeat of England in the Rugby World Cup in Paris on 20 October, have become poisonous again ov...


From Blair to Brown

The economists are coming

For the last decade, Prime Minister Tony Blair's Labour government has presided over the modernisation of British Africa policy, from one suited to the era of the Cold War and apar...


Brown and the Brownites

Little is known about new Prime Minister Gordon Brown's intentions on foreign policy or his choice of lieutenants, even though he has been the economic supremo in the British gover...


Deadly collaboration

As British Premier Tony Blair calls for a 'no fly zone' against the Sudanese regime, his government is flying victims of that regime's murderous policy in Darfur back to Khartoum. ...


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