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February 2, 1993 | From Associated Press
A respected left-wing magazine apologized to Prime Minister John Major and a caterer Monday for publishing an article on rumors that they had an extramarital affair. Major and Clare Latimer, who sometimes cooks at his Downing Street residence, filed lawsuits last week against the New Statesman and Society and the satirical magazine Scallywag for reporting allegations that they were involved in an affair. The New Statesman's editors "very much regret that the prime minister and his family and Ms.
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February 2, 1993 | From Associated Press
A respected left-wing magazine apologized to Prime Minister John Major and a caterer Monday for publishing an article on rumors that they had an extramarital affair. Major and Clare Latimer, who sometimes cooks at his Downing Street residence, filed lawsuits last week against the New Statesman and Society and the satirical magazine Scallywag for reporting allegations that they were involved in an affair. The New Statesman's editors "very much regret that the prime minister and his family and Ms.
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January 29, 1993 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prime Minister John Major instructed his lawyers Thursday to issue libel writs against two magazines that published allegations that he has had an extramarital affair. His press office on Downing Street issued a denial on Major's behalf of involvement in an affair. It said he will pay for the lawsuits himself. The woman named, caterer Clare Latimer, said late Thursday that she also will sue the magazines for libel.
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January 29, 1993 | WILLIAM TUOHY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Prime Minister John Major instructed his lawyers Thursday to issue libel writs against two magazines that published allegations that he has had an extramarital affair. His press office on Downing Street issued a denial on Major's behalf of involvement in an affair. It said he will pay for the lawsuits himself. The woman named, caterer Clare Latimer, said late Thursday that she also will sue the magazines for libel.
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July 8, 1993 | Associated Press
British Prime Minister John Major and caterer Clare Latimer have accepted nominal libel settlements from the New Statesman and Society magazine over its report of gossip that they had an affair, the magazine said Tuesday. In Tokyo, where he is attending a summit of the world's leading industrialized nations, Major said the magazine acknowledged that the rumors were untrue.
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