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Kate Walker: Cash for Your Honours

Bernie Ecclestone's regular trips to Munich could be coming to an end with news that the 83-year-old's lawyers have offered a settlement that could lead to the end of his involvement in the Gerhard Gribkowsky corruption case. But it might not. Settlement raises the possibility of a dangerous precedent for Ecclestone, as while Munich may be the most public of the F1 supremo's court cases, it is not alone. In addition to the Constantin Medien case that took place in London this year – which Ecclestone won, albeit at the cost of being described as an unreliable witness by presiding judge Guy Newey, who also said in his closing statement that the 83-year-old had entered into a “corrupt...
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