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    G4S fined £44m by Serious Fraud Office over electronic tagging

    14:04, July 10 21 0

    Security firm G4S has been fined £44m by the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) as part of an agreement that will see it avoid prosecution for overcharging the Ministry of Justice for the electronic tagging of offenders, some of whom had died.
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    Other lives Tony Allen obituary

    08:57, July 10 17 0

    As a partner of the law firm DMH Stallard, based in Brighton, East Sussex, my brother Tony Allen, who has died aged 76, helped to establish one of the country’s first multi-disciplinary planning practices, combining planning lawyers and chartered planners. He was the planning lawyer that handled the complex application by Brighton and Hove Albion FC for the development of the Amex Stadium, home to the Seagulls since 2011.
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    The supreme court endangered access to contraception. There's a way to fight back

    05:43, July 10 20 0

    Exactly two years ago today, Donald Trump nominated Brett Kavanaugh to be a justice to the supreme court. What followed was one of the most bitter confirmation battles in the history of the court. Advocates and citizens lined up to lobby their Senators to vote no on the confirmation, deeply concerned about the judge’s record on civil rights, reproductive rights, and executive authority. Kavanaugh was the least popular nominee to face confirmation and that was all before Dr Christine Blasey Ford came forward with her allegation of sexual assault.
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    'This is intolerable': fearful Australians in Hong Kong hasten plans to leave city

    20:46, July 09 22 0

    Australian expats in Hong Kong are feeling jittery about their future after Beijing imposed a new national security law that could lead to foreigners being arbitrarily detained. They say the move has hastened their plans to leave the financial hub amid calls from their government for its citizens to “reconsider” their need to stay there.
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    Lockdown culture Jury Duty review – trial-by-audience is cheekily enjoyable

    08:17, July 09 21 0

    A man has been killed and his body, along with most of the evidence, engulfed in flames. Investigative journalist Harry stands trial for murder and, in a slightly skewed post-Covid-19 reality, the normal laws of the justice system no longer apply. Instead, an online jury has been hastily assembled to weigh up the evidence. Will we do the right thing?