Prime Minister David Cameron voiced his support for Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, praising their relationship before tomorrow’s Autumn Statement that’s set to highlight Britain’s strengthening recovery.
The British Army pushed Prime Minister Tony Blair to include more ground troops in the 2003 invasion of Iraq against the advice of his officials, according to a study of the relationship between politicians and the military.
When Bulat Utemuratov’s boss told him to go to Europe and open the first trading house for their newly independent Kazakhstan, his reaction was pure Soviet. “Oh no, They want to exile me,” Utemuratov remembers thinking with alarm.
French President Francois Hollande’s comment that “you don’t bug the portable phones of people you meet regularly at international summits” didn’t match the experience of former U.K. officials who recalled warnings of French espionage.
AlphaMetrix Group LLC, a Chicago- based firm that funnels investor money to fund managers, must repay about $600,000 to participants in commodity pools by Nov. 1, the National Futures Association said.