A property developer is waiting to hear whether he has won the latest stage of a legal battle with two of the UK’s best-known businessmen over control of a £1bn (€1.16bn) company which owns three of London’s most famous hotels.
Fri, 08 Feb, 2013
Dublin-based property developer Patrick McKillen who lost a British High Court battle with two of the UK’s best-known businessmen — the Barclay twins — is facing a legal bill of about £20 million (€25m), a judge was told yesterday.
Wed, 12 Sep, 2012
Tony McCoy has doubts whether Synchronised is a good enough jumper to provide him with a second Aintree Grand National but the stayer has done enough for the champion’s career already by providing him with a first success in the Chepstow version.
Sun, 09 Jan, 2011
The international military effort in Afghanistan was under-resourced for years, the head of the British Army said today as US troops prepared to take over operations in an area which has seen some of the bloodiest fighting for British forces.
Sun, 10 Jan, 2010
FRESH doubt has been cast over Manchester United’s pre-season visit to Malaysia following the discovery of “new information” which prevents the Red Devils playing in the country without official approval from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
Thu, 24 May, 2007