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Jeffrey Archer

Jeffrey Howard Archer, Baron Archer of Weston-super-Mare (born 15 April 1940) is an English author and former politician whose political career ended with his conviction and subsequent imprisonment (2001–03) for perjury and perverting the course of justice.

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Adam Raphael - Career
... published a book on some libel cases, My Learned Friends an Insider's View of the Jeffrey Archer Case and Other Notorious Actions, which focussed on the remarkable case of Jeffrey Archer v ... In 1999, Raphael wrote an article in The Economist about Jeffrey Archer's 1987 libel action against the Daily Star which raised new questions about where Archer ... He claimed that Archer had asked him to forget a conversation about the case and had asked him to change evidence he was about to give to the 1987 libel trial ...
Monica Coghlan - Jeffrey Archer
... One of Coghlan's clients, in September 1986, was Jeffrey Archer, then the Conservative Party's Deputy Chairman, whom she met in Shepherd Market, Mayfair ... Aziz Kurtha, an Indian businessman, sold the story of Archer seeing a prostitute to a tabloid newspaper ... World filmed and audiotaped Michael Stacpoole, a representative of Jeffrey Archer, giving Coghlan £2,000 in £50 notes on Platform 3 of London's Victoria station to leave the country ...
The Simpsons (season 5) - Episodes
... to college for another year 4 ... "Rosebud" Wes Archer John Swartzwelder October 21, 1993 (1993-10-21) 1F01 After a disastrous birthday party, Mr ... stars James Brown, Albert Brooks and Phil Hartman 8 ... "Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood" Jeffrey Lynch Dan McGrath November 18, 1993 (1993-11-18) 1F06 Bart and Milhouse find $20.00 on the street and buy ... pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)" Wes Archer Bill Oakley Josh Weinstein December 16, 1993 (1993-12-16) 1F08 After the local economy stalls, everyone in ...

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    I was allowed to ring the bell for five minutes until everyone was in assembly. It was the beginning of power.
    —Jeffrey Archer (b. 1940)