• Published on 16 Oct 2011 Sections Politics, UK

    The Police and Electoral Commission have both been asked to investigate the issues around Liam Fox and his unofficial adviser Adam Werrity.

  • Published on 15 Oct 2011 Sections Politics, UK

    Labour calls for the inquiry into the relationship between the former Defence Secretary Liam Fox and his close friend Adam Werritty to be widened.

  • Published on 14 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Who told Fox his time was up?

    Today, the PM has made it clear that he didn’t try to talk Dr Fox into resigning. His spokesman is even saying that the PM said something along the lines of “are you sure?” when Dr Fox surprised him with his phone call saying he’d decided to go at around 2.30pm. I wonder how surprised he was.

  • Published on 14 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Adam Werritty, self-styled adviser to Defence Secretary Liam Fox, is being questioned for a second time amid confusion over whether Dr Fox declared attending a defence dinner in Washington.

  • Published on 14 Oct 2011 Sections Sri Lanka, World

    In the wake of Dr Fox’s resignation, foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Miller reveals the links with private interests that allowed Dr Fox to run what some called ‘a shadow foreign policy’.

  • Published on 14 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Channel 4 News looks at the career of the former Defence Secretary who has resigned following days of increasing scrutiny and questions over his relationship with his friend Adam Werritty.

  • Published on 14 Oct 2011 Sections Politics, UK

    Embattled Defence Secretary Liam Fox has announced he is to stand down after prolonged speculation about his relationship with self-styled adviser Adam Werritty.

  • Published on 12 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    What should we read into Gus O’Donnell’s investigation role?

    If a startling fact comes to light it will be on the PM’s desk pronto and Liam Fox’s mobile will be lighting up.

  • Published on 12 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Handy neighbours?

    Channel 4 News Political Correspondent Michael Crick blogs on the Adam Werritty saga and a London street with a definite fox problem.

  • Published on 12 Oct 2011 Sections UK

    The defence secretary denies allegations that he lied about having a male house guest during a burglary, as the prime minister once more gives him his support.

  • Published on 11 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Werritty – more help to give?

    Sources close to Dr Fox were suggesting last night that Mr Werritty would be making available his bank statements to show his income sources. I understand that hasn’t happened yet and that no hard paper evidence was handed over for inspection. Mr Werrity gave an oral account of how he earned his living.

  • Published on 11 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    First class accusations against Werritty

    Adam Werritty has been quizzed by senior officials (not sure if that is actually Sir Gus O’Donnell – suspect not) about whether he profited from getting corporate access to Liam Fox – we wait to hear Mr Werritty’s response, reports political editor Gary Gibbon.

  • Published on 10 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Liam Fox and the smell of political death

    A couple of Tory MPs I met this morning seem to think that even if Liam Fox survives today he’ll be hard-pressed to survive the week, blogs Political Editor Gary Gibbon.

  • Published on 10 Oct 2011 Sections Politics

    Defence Secretary Liam Fox is to face questions from MPs over his relationship with Adam Werritty, as a report into his conduct is handed to the prime minister.

  • Published on 10 Oct 2011 Sections Politics, UK

    As an interim report blasts the blurring of the line between ministers’ public and personal interests, campaigners tell Channel 4 News the government must deliver on promises to regulate lobbying.