Lord Brown's Statement: "For the past 41 years of my career at BP I have kept my private life separate from my business life. I have always regarded my sexuality as a personal matter, to be kept private. "It is a matter of personal disappointment that a newspaper group has now decided that allegations about my personal life should be made public. "Legal documents have been disclosed today containing allegations about me and my personal life. "I wish to acknowledge that I did formerly have...Read Full Story
ThisIsLondon is reporting on Lord Brown's resignation from BP and the scandal surrounding his case:Lord Browne, multi-millionaire chief executive of BP, has dramatically resigned after he admitted lying on oath to a High Court judge. The 59-year-old, once one of Britain's most powerful businessmen, could face a charge of perjury or perverting the course of justice. He will also lose £15 million in cash and shares he would have received if he had retired, as he planned, in July.Read Full Story
Lord Brown resigned as the chief of BP (British Petroleum) in scandal, after admitting to lying under oath.