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Aitken

Robert Grant. 1864--1951, US astronomer who discovered over three thousand double stars

Aitken

(ayt -kin) See table at craters.
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They were all there to see Aitken in his new home - Standford Hill open prison on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, dubbed "The Savoy" because of its relaxed regime.
Aitken, 56, is serving 18 months for perjury and perverting the course of justice.
Conviction on either allegation could mean prison for millionaire Aitken.
After being bailed yesterday, a chastened Aitken, 55, admitted: "I can confirm that this morning, I voluntarily attended an interview with the police in connection with the allegations made against me and my daughter by the editor of The Guardian.
A deal had been worked out with police so Aitken and Victoria would voluntarily give themselves up for arrest.
Aitken served seven months of an 18-month sentence for perjury after a failed libel trial hinging on a Paris hotel bill.
Lady Aitken, Mr Aitken's mother, said: "Petrina is a lovely girl, and Jonathan was very willing to do the DNA test.
Soraya Khashoggi reportedly approached Mr Aitken to have a DNA tests after her daughter and the twins were repeatedly mistaken for one another.
At the time Aitken, Treasury Secretary in the Tory government, was gearing up for his showdown with the press over claims that he served Arab interests as a minister.
Fides is a small company of Lausanne accountants regularly used in the past by Aitken and his then wife, Lolicia.
Aitken has tried to deny the existence of the cash.