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Mccans In the Uk Today

Times story: Kate and Gerry McCann deny the Tapas Nine met "to get story straight"

bla, bla bla, same thing as usual in the UK media with a comment from Clarence Mitchell: spokesman for the McCanns, denied that the meeting was held for the friends to compare their accounts of events at the Ocean Club resort. “It is the first time the nine have sat down face to face. It was really just a get-together to discuss where they are at,” he said.

Daily Mail today: Portuguese police fury over Tapas Nine's secret Madeleine summit

more blas, and They wanted to talk about possibly being interviewed by police again and what that may entail." The McCanns and their friends have always denied that they were involved in Madeleine's disappearance or agreed a "pact of silence".
Yesterday the Mc Canns' spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "It was the first time the group had sat down together since Madeleine's disappearance but they have been in constant email and phone contact."

something different: 'McCanns should be arrested for abandoning Madeleine,' missing children's boss says

Kate and Gerry McCann should have been arrested for leaving their children alone in their holiday apartment, the head of Portugal's new foundation for missing children has said.
Paulo Pereira Cristovao claims the couple are guilty of abandoning Madeleine, a crime which carries a maximum sentence of ten years in jail.
As the Portuguese Association for Missing Children was launched to find eight children who have gone missing from Portugal - though not Madeleine - Mr Pereira Cristovao - told the Portuguese newspaper 24 Horas: "We didn't invite the McCanns because they are suspects."
"When those parents told the police that they went to dinner and left the children at home, they confessed to the crime of abandonment."
"They should have been charged for that crime right on the first day."

Clarence Mitchell said something....

Mirror "Tapas 9" in secret McCann meeting

same story» The source (Clarence obviously) said: "It was a show of solidarity under police claims that one or two had wanted to change their stories. That is not the case and the meeting showed that.

and as well PM: My vision for a better Britain

So since June - despite all the challenges we have faced, floods to foot and mouth, missing discs to the threat to our economic stability and turbulence in the US financial markets - I have been determined to make the long-term changes necessary to help Britain's hard-working families.

Guardian Brown will sign EU treaty in Lisbon

Brown's spokesman this morning told reporters: "The prime minister will go to Lisbon but, because of the timing of the liaison committee, he will be unable to make it for the actual signing ceremony. However, he will attend some of the lunch with other leaders and he will sign the treaty while he is there. He will also have a meeting with [the Portuguese prime minister] Socrates.

SkyNews McCanns Meet Rest Of 'Tapas Nine'

Advisers for the Leicestershire couple were present and their spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "It was uneventful as far as we are concerned and it's not significant.

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