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Saudi Prince's Oxfordshire estate From The Oxford Times Should any inhabitant of west Oxfordshire happen to look up and see an Airbus flying overhead, resplendent louis vuitton purses lubbock in silver and blue, they should wonder not: it is only their neighbour, Prince Bandar, stopping off at his Oxfordshire pad between Riyadh and Washington.
The Saudi Arabian has landing rights for his private jet, which sports the colours of his favourite American football team, Dallas Cowboys, at RAF Brize Norton which is handy for his 2,500 acre estate, complete with village and church dating from the 12th century, at Glympton Park. Prince louis vuitton speedy 30 or neverfull mm Bandar bin Sultan is the man who helped facilitate, on behalf of the UK Government, the controversial 43m Al Yamama sale of weapons made by BAE Systems to the undemocratic Saudi Government in 1985, Britain's biggest ever arms deal and the subject of a Serious Fraud Office (SFO) investigation, famously brought to a dramatic stop last louis vuitton alma interior year. In 1990, he bought the Glympton estate, with 39 cottages and 167 acres of parkland, for 11m from disgraced Australian TV and property magnate Alan Bond, who was later jailed for perpetrating Australia's biggest corporate fraud. Then the Prince reputedly spent another 42m on renovating it, putting in a security system, and even a replica English pub inside the mansion. Prince Bandar is suddenly back in the news because the High Court ruled that the Attorney General was wrong to call off the SFO inquiry into the controversial Al Yamama deal between the Saudi and UK governments. Also last month, Oxford Economics produced a report emphasising the importance of BAE Systems to the British economy. As the newly appointed ambassador to Washington DC, Prince Bandar was approached by Mrs Thatcher to help secure the deal, louis vuitton purses burned according to a book by the Prince's official British biographer William Simpson, The Prince: The Secret Story of the World's Most Intriguing Royal, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, which was written with the co operation of the Prince himself before the allegation was made that 1bn was paid out in commission after the Al Yamama deal. Intriguing he certainly is, with good friends in surprising places. Nelson Mandela, for instance, is full of praise for him. Mandela is quoted in the book as describing the Prince as "one of the great peacemakers of our time an outstanding man a charming, eloquent and nonetheless humble figure. larger than life and full of fun for he is a storyteller without equal". Prince Bandar is a nephew of King Fahd of Saudi Arabia. His father was a former Saudi Defence minister, Prince Sultan. His mother was a servant to his father. He trained as a fighter pilot at RAFIn 2006, the SFO was ordered by the Attorney General to call off its investigations into the Saudi deal, which had taken 20 years to complete. But last month the High Court rejected the Government's claims that the inquiry had had to be closed down because "lives were at risk" if Britain ceased to receive information on national security from Saudi Arabia. The judges noted: "We fear for the reputation of the administration of justice if it can be perverted by a threat." They added: "No one, whether within this country or outside, is entitled to interfere with the course of our justice. The rule of law is nothing if it fails to constrain overweening power." Also last month the Oxford think tank Oxford Economics published a report, called The Economic Contribution of BAE Systems to the UK in 2006. It was commissioned by BAE and argues that BAE is of vital importance for Britain's economy. It notes: "In 2006, BAE directly employed 35,000 people, with a value added (GDP contribution) of 2.4bn, exports of 4.
1bn, a contribution to taxes of nearly 500m, and Research and Development (R D) spending of nearly 900m. "However, its total economic impact is much greater than this as its activities also support other firms' businesses." Adrian Cooper, managing director of Oxford Economics, admitted to The Oxford Times that the report was paid for by BAE but.
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