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Lord Macdonald QC said Wiltshire Police's announcement that Operation Conifer had uncovered sufficient evidence to justify questioning Sir Edward under caution "gives entirely bogus credibility" to the controversial two-year inquiry.
Lord Macdonald, who was director of public prosecutions from 2003 to 2008, warned of a "major problem" among some Asian communities who see young white girls as "trash".
Clan chiefs the Earl of Cromartie and Lord MacDonald led clansmen to the centre of Strathpeffer where they swapped weapons and shared a dram.
Former director of public prosecutions Lord Macdonald said it was of "great regret" that a 2007 probe into child sex allegations against Lord Janner was not revealed to him.
Lord Macdonald QC said it was of "great regret" that regional CPS lawyers had failed to refer the case to him in 2007,for reasons he "did not understand".
The former chief prosecutor, Lord Macdonald, told the BBC he suspected Britain's cooperation with Iran could be behind the death of Abbas Yazasanpanah Yazdi.
Lord Macdonald said it is "outrageous" that the police force has yet to publish a conclusion about the 45-second incident outside Downing Street, which led to then chief whip Andrew Mitchell's resignation.
Ex-director of public prosecutions Lord Macdonald said it is "outrageous" that the police force has yet to publish a conclusion about the 45-second incident outside Downing Street nearly a year ago which led to then chief whip Andrew Mitchell's resignation.
Former director of public prosecutions Lord Macdonald said the British people had a right to know if the agency was helping American secret services to find al Qaida and Taliban targets in Pakistan.
Former director of public prosecutions, Lord Macdonald, said the British people have a right to know if the agency is helping American secret services find Al-Qaida and Taliban targets in Pakistan, reports the Daily Express.
And Lord Macdonald, the former director of public prosecutions, said: "Of course, if there is evidence of crime, there must without question be prosecutions.
They were compared to Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau as Mandaric's defence barrister Lord Macdonald QC said the prosecution was "really flailing" with "paper-thin" explanations for the Monaco payments.