Remembering Dame Deborah James, Ghislaine Maxwell’s Sentence & The Met Under ‘Special Measures’ | TM

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What’s got Britain talking? We’ll be discussing today’s top stories with Camilla Tominey & Graeme Brown.

Broadcast on 29/06/22

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Ghislaine Noelle Marion Maxwell is a British former socialite, known for her association with financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. She worked for her father, the publishing tycoon Robert Maxwell, until his death in 1991 when she moved to the United States and became a close associate of Epstein.

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