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Scandal investigations touched thousands of politicians, administrators, and businessmen ; the shift from a proportional to an Additional Member System ( with the requirement to obtain a minimum of 4 % of the national vote to obtain representation ) also altered the political landscape.
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Scandal and investigations
However, in the interim between the formation of the new party and the selection of its new leader, factional infighting and investigations into the Sponsorship Scandal significantly reduced the popularity of the governing Liberal Party.
The Watergate Scandal developed from this incident, leading to wide-ranging investigations, Congressional hearings, and enormous media coverage for the next two years.
Scandal and politicians
The failure of the project is sometimes referred to as the Panama Canal Scandal, after rumors circulated that French politicians and journalists had received bribes.
He was the first of four politicians convicted in relation to the Scandal and the remaining politicians are on or awaiting trial.
* A. N. Wilson's Scandal and Josephine Hart's Damage are two other British novels depicting extramarital affairs of politicians which eventually lead to their downfall.
Scandal and ;
The character grew tremendously in popularity with the first series of short stories in The Strand Magazine, beginning with A Scandal in Bohemia in 1891 ; further series of short stories and two novels published in serial form appeared between then and 1927.
Holmes also tells Watson, in " A Case of Identity ", of a golden snuff box received from the King of Bohemia after " A Scandal in Bohemia " and a fabulous ring from the Dutch royal family ; in " The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans ", Holmes receives an emerald tie-pin from Queen Victoria.
Leigh next sought the role of Blanche DuBois in the West End stage production of Tennessee Williams's A Streetcar Named Desire and was cast after Williams and the play's producer Irene Mayer Selznick saw her in The School for Scandal and Antigone ; Olivier was contracted to direct.
A corruption scandal discovered late in his first term involved misdeeds around the expansion of the Beauharnois Canal in Quebec ; this led to extensive inquiries and eventually a Royal Commission, which exposed the Beauharnois Scandal.
Morrissey: Scandal and Passion ( Robson 2004 ; ISBN 1-86105-787-3 ; covers both Smiths and Morrissey's solo career )
* Robert M. Entman ( 2012 ) Scandal and Silence: Media Responses to Presidential Misconduct ( Polity Press ) 269 pages ; case studies from USA 1998 to 2008 indicate the news media neglects many more incidents of corruption than it covers.
* Madoff Investment Scandal ; YU Endowment Shaken By Madoff Storm, YU Loses $ 110 Million, Scrambles To Assess Immediate Damage.
Among the company's other breakthrough films as distributors in the late 1980s and early 1990s were Scandal ; Sex, Lies, and Videotape ; Tie Me Up!
Samuel Barber: Symphony No. 2 ; Music for a Scene from Shelley ; Overture to The School for Scandal ; First Essay ; Adagio for Strings.
Dench's more recent film career has garnered six Academy Award nominations in nine years for Mrs. Brown in 1997 ; her Oscar-winning turn as Elizabeth I in Shakespeare in Love in 1998 ; for Chocolat in 2000 ; for the lead role of writer Iris Murdoch in Iris in 2001 ( with Kate Winslet playing her as a younger woman ); for Mrs Henderson Presents ( a romanticised history of the Windmill Theatre ) in 2005 ; and for 2006's Notes on a Scandal, a film for which she received critical acclaim, including Golden Globe, Academy Award, BAFTA and Screen Actors Guild nominations.
* Sally Hemings: An American Scandal, a CBS television miniseries ( Air dates: 2 / 13 / 00 and 2 / 16 / 00 ; Writer: Tina Andrews Director: Charles Haid ; With Carmen Ejogo as Hemings and Sam Neill as Thomas Jefferson ) As PBS noted in a Frontline program, " Though many quarrelled with the portrayal of Hemings as unrealistically modern and heroic, no major historian challenged the series ' premise that Hemings and Jefferson had a 38-year relationship that produced children.
" The other five were by BBC Records, released as Hancock's Half Hour: " The Poetry Society " and " Sid's Mystery Tours ", released in 1980 ; " The Americans Hit Town " and " The Unexploded Bomb " in 1981 ; " The Scandal Magazine " and " The Last of the McHancocks " in 1982 ; " The Sleepless Night " and " Fred's Pie Stall " in 1983 ; and finally " Hancocks War " and " The Christmas Club " in 1984.
Scandal and shift
In WWE, following the fallout from the Signature Pharmacy Scandal, smaller and less muscular wrestlers such as CM Punk and Jeff Hardy began to get pushed and Vince McMahon confirmed the paradigm shift by mentioning that today's fans are drawn by charisma and not size.
Scandal and from
Major attempted to draw some of the sting from the financial scandals by setting up public inquiries – the Nolan Report into standards expected in public life, and the Scott Report into the Arms to Iraq Scandal.
Other mementos of Holmes's cases are a gold sovereign from Irene Adler (" A Scandal in Bohemia ") and an autographed letter of thanks from the French President and a Legion of Honour for tracking down an assassin named Huret (" The Adventure of the Golden Pince-Nez ").
Glenn was one of the five U. S. senators caught up in the Lincoln Savings and Keating Five Scandal after accepting a $ 200, 000 contribution from Charles Keating.
From 2001 to 2003, the Larson episodes were banned from airing on GSN until clips were incorporated in Big Bucks: The Press Your Luck Scandal – including footage not aired during the original CBS broadcast.
Scandal rocked the royal family again in 1976 when it was revealed that Prince Bernhard had accepted a $ 1. 1 million bribe from U. S. aircraft manufacturer Lockheed Corporation to influence the Dutch government's purchase of fighter aircraft.
In this tumultuous era, the Yazoo Land Scandal forced the Federal Government the take direct control from Georgia of what is now Alabama and Mississippi.
* Shoeless Joe Jackson ( 1887 – 1951 ), American baseball player most known for being banned from baseball for his part in the 1919 Black Sox Scandal
This list was compiled from famous cover-ups such as Watergate Scandal, Iran-Contra Affair, My Lai Massacre, Pentagon Papers, the cover-up of corruption in New York City under Boss Tweed ( William M. Tweed and Tammany Hall ) in the late 1800s, and the tobacco industry coverup of the health hazards of smoking.
The term Françafrique is derived from the essay La Françafrique, le plus long scandale de la République ( French Africa: The Longest Scandal of the Republic, 1998 ), by François-Xavier Verschave, which critically analysed French neo-colonial policies towards the countries of Africa.
After Lady Teazle tells her that she ( Lady Teazle ) is withdrawing from the School for Scandal, Lady Sneerwell leaves in a rage, and Joseph follows, supposedly to keep her from further malicious attacks.
LuPone ’ s stint with the company lasted from 1972 to 1976, and she appeared in many of their productions, such as The Cradle Will Rock, The School for Scandal, Women Beware Women, The Beggar ’ s Opera, The Time of Your Life, The Lower Depths, The Hostage, Next Time I ’ ll Sing to You, Measure for Measure, Scapin, Edward II, The Orchestra, Love ’ s Labours Lost, Arms and the Man, The Way of the World.
Scandal and Additional
Additional theatre credits include The Merchant of Venice, Love's Labour's Lost, Much Ado About Nothing, Forty Carats, And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little, The Plough and the Stars, The Glass Menagerie, Morning's at Seven, Awake and Sing !, The Octette Bridge Club, Love Letters, Man and Superman, The Importance of Being Earnest, The School for Scandal, The Balcony, for which she won a Distinguished Performance Obie Award, and Black Comedy / White Lies, for which she was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play.
Scandal and with
We couldn't be seen together, for the tongue of Scandal was ever ready to link our names, and the tongue of Scandal finds but one thing to say of the association of a man with a girl, no matter how innocent.
The 1919 World Series, however, was marred by the Black Sox Scandal, in which several prominent members of the White Sox ( including Cicotte and Jackson ) were accused of conspiring with gamblers to purposefully lose games.
In several stories, he adopts disguises to gather evidence while ' under cover ' so convincing that even Watson fails to penetrate them, such as in " The Adventure of Charles Augustus Milverton ", " The Man with the Twisted Lip ", " The Adventure of the Empty House " and " A Scandal in Bohemia ".
Olivier performed Richard III and also performed with Leigh in The School for Scandal and The Skin of Our Teeth.
* May – The Thomas Overbury Murder Scandal ( 1615 – 1616 ) ends with the conviction of Earl and Countess of Somerset, who were, however, not hanged but imprisoned until 1622 in the Tower of London.
The doubt over the Yankees ' lasting power was amplified by baseball's sagging popularity after the 1919 Black Sox Scandal, in which eight Chicago White Sox players were expelled for conspiring with gamblers to fix that year's World Series.
The story of Caroline's marriage to George and her battle to be recognized as queen consort served as the basis for the 1996 BBC docudrama A Royal Scandal with Susan Lynch as Caroline and Richard E. Grant as George IV.
", as has happened when players in the Black Sox Scandal intentionally lost the 1919 World Series in a scheme with gamblers.
In 1960, Stan Freberg did a parody on the Payola Scandal, by calling it " Old Payola Roll Blues ", a two sided single, where the promoter gets an ordinary teenager, named Clyde Ankle, to record a song, for Obscurity Records, entitled " High School OO OO ", and then tries to offer the song to a Jazz radio station with phony deals that the Disc Jockey just won't buy it.
Violations of the protection status of Argali sheep and other species have been alleged, together with accusations of corruption, in the Altaigate Scandal.
In 1777 he played Moses in The School for Scandal, which came to be the role with which he was most associated.
In 1886 he played Iago in Othello and Sir Peter Teazle in The School for Scandal with F. R. Benson's company at Bournemouth.
* Interview with Ruth Harris about her book Dreyfus: Politics, Emotion, And the Scandal of the Century ( 2010 ).
Several other titles were considered for the film, including In Love with You, You're Wonderful, A Local Affair, The Woman's Touch, Morning for Angels, Scandal in Lochester, The Lochester Affair, and even " Nothing Ever Happens ".
After Heaven Can Wait, Lubitsch worked with Edwin Justus Mayer on the scripting process of A Royal Scandal ( 1945 ), a remake of Ernst Lubitsch's silent film A Forbidden Paradise.
Mayer wrote the screenplay for A Royal Scandal, and had worked with Lubitsch on To Be or Not to Be ( 1942 ).
" After A Royal Scandal, Ernst Lubitsch regained his health, and directed Cluny Brown ( 1946 ), with Charles Boyer and Jennifer Jones.
Parliament Hill also features in Notes on a Scandal ( 2006 ) together with the nearby areas of Gospel Oak and Camden Town.
His partnership with her continued throughout the 1940s and into the 1950s with Mrs. Parkington, Julia Bisbehaves, That Forsythe Woman and concluding with Scandal at Scourie in 1953.