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    Society did right by James Bulger’s killers

    01:17, November 25 23 0

    They were Child A and Child B. The public weren’t told the names of the boys, Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, until they had been found guilty of the murder of two-year-old James Bulger in 1993. The decision by the judge to reveal the identities of the pair was controversial, causing complications and difficulties that were outlined by Sir David Omand in his 2010 review of the probation service’s handling of the case.
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    Ratko Mladić was unlucky. These days most war criminals go free

    14:33, November 24 22 0

    The sight of a judge in The Hague interrupted by insults and obscenities from Ratko Mladić as the court convicted the former general of genocide reached us like the light of a distant star. The jailing of the butcher of Srebrenica happened on Wednesday, but it gave off the glow of a spark lit more than two decades ago. It’s not just that Mladić’s crimes were committed in the mid-1990s. It’s that the very idea of bringing war criminals to justice seems like a memory from the distant past.
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    Iraqi inquiry needed into Mosul killings

    13:41, November 24 25 0

    Ghaith Abdul-Ahad’s extremely disturbing report on Iraqi government soldiers torturing and cold-bloodedly killing captives after this year’s battle for Mosul should be urgently acted on (After the liberation of Mosul, an orgy of killing, 22 November). The authorities in Baghdad should establish an independent, impartial inquiry into all aspects of the conduct of its troops and allied forces – including United States and United Kingdom ones – during this cataclysmically bloody assault.
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    Pinsent Masons celebrates International Men’s Day for first time

    19:13, November 23 61 0

    Pinsent Masons is celebrating International Men’s Day for the first time this year.  The firm will mark the occasion with a conference next week for 50 male year 10 and 11 students from its partner schools, who are statistically less likely to achieve their potential at school than their female peers.
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    Regulator calls for better scrutiny of drug testing in family courts

    18:39, November 23 34 0

    The government’s forensic regulator has called for fresh scrutiny on drug and alcohol testing carried out for the family courts, after a scandal at a Manchester laboratory raised doubts about the quality of evidence used in thousands of child custody proceedings.
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    We gave May clear evidence of tax avoidance. Why won’t she act?

    13:09, November 23 30 0

    In the three weeks since the unveiling of the Paradise Papers, the government has clung to familiar arguments. These arguments have not been to do with the Panama Papers – the forerunner investigation into tax havens and offshore empires that the Guardian published last year. Instead, the echoes have come from another remarkable, though unrelated, case: the Edward Snowden intelligence leaks.