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Passport row Tuesday, 31 May, 2005, 12:12 GMT 13:12 UK
Srichand Hinduja Blair urged to explain Hinduja visit
A Tory MP calls on Tony Blair to explain his relationship with the Hinduja brothers after it emerged they visited Downing Street three years ago.
Mandelson: The controversial minister
Peter Mandelson, who has resigned as Northern Ireland Secretary, has always been the most controversial member of the New Labour government.
Mandelson resigns
The top flight political career of Peter Mandelson appears to be over after his resignation from the cabinet for a second time.
Timeline: Mandelson's final day
There were straws in the wind all morning that Mr Mandelson might resign over the Hinduja brothers passport row.
New Labour's broken heart?
BBC correspondent Norman Smith asks whether the apparent rift between two of Tony Blair's closest advisers is irreparable.
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