Extradition in the News
NatWest Three: The US had no real reason to pursue us - they just could - The Daily Telegraph, 13.3.12
In the second extract from his new book, David Bermingham, one of the NatWest Three, explains how news of his extradition to the US broke.
NatWest Three: 'I should have walked away' - The Sunday Telegraph, 12.3.12
In this first exclusive extract from his book, David Bermingham candidly details the events at Greenwich NatWest preceding the collapse of its client, Enron, and how he and two colleagues became embroiled in one of the biggest ever financial fraud cases.
NatWest Three: FSA inquiries into the case found no unlawful acts committed - The Sunday Telegraph, 12.3.12
In this exclusive extract from his book, David Bermingham candidly details how he and two colleagues became embroiled in one of the biggest ever financial fraud cases and why the FSA cleared the deal.
'War on Terror is War on Liberty' - Nigel Farage launches e-petition - (video) UKIP 2012 Spring Conference, 3.3.12
Nigel Farage launches a broadside against the Tories on extradition, and an e-petition for Christopher Tappin. This is well worth a watch, as ever with Mr Farage.
Extradited businessman is refused bail in US - (video) Channel Four News, 7.3.12
Christopher Tappin's wife Elaine describes her anguish at her husband being denied bail in Texas
NatWest Three's David Bermingham on Tony Blair and bail - (video) BBC News, 1.3.12
David Bermingham said Tony Blair intervened in his case and the defendants were given bail and electronically-monitored in Houston, Texas. He spoke about his plea bargaining and explained why he could not serve time in a US open prison.
He was discussing the case of Christopher Tappin, 65, who has just been extradited to the US on charges of exporting parts for Iranian missiles. Mr Tappin has appeared in court and was remanded in custody until Friday.