The peer stands by his decision as Sir Philip Green plans to make a complaint to the House of Lords. BBC Politics News: Source link"Sir Philip Green: Lord Hain defends naming tycoon in House of Lords"
Anick – who was born intersex – had a series of operations to give him a fully-functioning penis. The BBC followed his progress. BBC Health news: Source link"Doctors gave me a new penis – I want to find love"
It is not known if Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was in the helicopter when it came down after the club’s Premier League match. BBC World news: Source link"Leicester City owner's helicopter crashes leaving stadium"
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The Labour peer says he stands “fully” by his naming of Sir Philip Green in the House of Lords. BBC Politics News: Source link"Lord Hain on injunction breach: 'I will not be silenced'"