Tuesday 22 October UK News feed. Richard Desmond, the owner of the Daily Express, brought a business meeting to a standstill yesterday after he goosestepped around a boardroom and accused all Germans of being Nazis. On the day his newspaper announced that it was switching its support from Labour to the Conservatives, Mr Desmond indulged in a display of behaviour described by a witness as the "most grotesque outburst of slander and racism" he had ever seen. The incident took place at 9am yesterday at a routine monthly meeting of the finance committee of the board of West Ferry Printers in east London.
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Axel Springer, the builder of West Germany's largest publishing empire and a prominent conservative voice for three decades, died last night in West Berlin. He was 73 years old. A spokesman for his publishing company said Mr. Springer died of a heart attack after a brief illness, Reuters reported.
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The lawsuit - over breach of trust, violations of copyright laws and fraud - was launched after the Bild newspaper followed up the News of the World's original story in March, which wrongly alleged that Mosley's sadomasochistic sex session with five prostitutes had "Nazi connotations". Mosley's action claimed Bild's publisher Axel Springer AG had spent money on "illegal purposes" by paying for the News of the World's video and photos. The prosecutor's office in Berlin has also opened an investigation based on Mosley's lawsuit, spokeswoman Simone Herbeth told the Associated Press today. Mosley won his high court action against the News of the World yesterday after Mr Justice Eady ruled there was no public interest in the story.