12 April 1999

One tea, no sugar

Jack Straw is a man with teeth. But he’s more likely to bare them than reveal them in a grin, Fiona Callister discovers. Somewhere along the way, Jack Straw must have missed out on a New Labour training session. For this is a Government that likes to show off its collective dental work: Blair can […]

Barclays plc

Barclays plc is one of the UK’s largest financial services groups, engaged primarily in banking. The group operates throughout 64 countries, including all the major financial centres. It generates profits of around £2bn. Its corporate structure contains four international business groupings, reflecting developments in global financial services and changing customer needs. Barclays is now putting […]

Alan Whitfield

One of a new breed of business-minded in-house lawyers, Alan Whitfield has responsibility for all of BT’s legal affairs. Sean Farrell checks up on his progress. Alan Whitfield has not got his new business stationery yet. Having been appointed general counsel at BT two weeks ago, his card still bears his old title – not […]

Bound by civil liberties

Shaun Pye meets Geoffrey Bindman after his double victory- for Ammnesty in the Pinochet case and in getting the Hanratty case to the Court of Appeal Many crusaders never get to see the profit of their struggles. So Geoffrey Bindman, senior partner at Bindman & Partners, must be feeling quietly satisfied. Two campaigns, both spanning […]

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