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In the 19th century, the Iranian shah Naser al-Din granted Britain what Straw calls “the most extraordinary and rapacious business concessions”. He did this partly to recruit the British empire as a buffer against Russian encroachment, and partly for personal gain, but its effect was to establish the suspicion that the British had “only malign intentions” for Iran. That suspicion grew steadily and was confirmed in 1953 with Britain’s grubby role, along with the US, in unseating the democratically elected Iranian prime minister Mohammad Mosaddegh in an orchestrated coup. Power then swung to the shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, who became increasingly autocratic. Hated by many of his people, he was eventually forced to flee in the 1979 revolution.
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Denise Richards and Charlie Sheen's daughter Sami Sheen, 19, wears only white lace lingerie for Halloween as she poses with a friend I don’t think you could do a job as a minister effectively unless you take an interest in the detail as well as the grand strategy" The Crown will portray Princess Diana as pregnant and will showMohamed Al-Fayed claiming she and Dodi were killed as part of an 'establishment plot', source claims You are trying to influence events which are happening elsewhere with actors who aren’t open to you, you can’t get the House of Commons to say ‘we’re not going to do this, we’re going to do that’ in the Foreign Office" Several chroniclers, including Henry Knighton, mention Straw, though Knighton erroneously confuses him with Tyler.
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Weiner, Robert G.(1999). Perspectives on the Grateful Dead: Critical Writings. Greenwood Publishing Group, 20, 150. ISBN 0-313-30569-2. In October 2006, Straw attracted controversy by suggesting to a local newspaper, The Lancashire Evening Telegraph (now The Lancashire Telegraph), that Muslim women who wear veils that cover their faces (the niqab) can inhibit inter-community relations, though he denied the issue was raised for political gain, stating that he had raised it in private circles in the past and it had never progressed beyond discussions. Although he did not support a law banning a woman's right to choose to wear the veil, he would like them to abandon it altogether. Madonna keeps her health up with Barcelona bike ride... ONE WEEK after revealing she felt UNWELL onstage following health crisisDespite repeated denials about his complicity in extraordinary rendition—he once dismissed the suggestion of UK involvement in the practice as a "conspiracy theory"—Straw had been dogged for years over his alleged leading role in it, with specific accusations about the case of Libyan politician Abdel Hakim Belhadj arising in April 2012.   In October 2012, The Guardian reported on the filing of court papers, which alleged that MI6 alerted Muammar Gaddafi's intelligence services to the whereabouts of dissidents, co-operated in their rendition, sent officers and detailed questions to assist in their interrogation, and that Straw attempted to conceal this from MPs.  NH: How did the departments themselves compare? In terms of the things they were doing, the people, the culture? Barnett, Antony (28 November 2004). "Revealed: how Britain was told full coup plan". The Guardian. Archived from the original on 15 January 2007 . Retrieved 22 August 2007.