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    Pride in the work of Alzheimer’s Society

    13:28, February 27 11 0

    We would like to challenge misleading claims in letters from Dr Alan Fowler and Prof David Lewis (24 February). In 2019, we spent £49.3m, not £8.6m as Dr Fowler claimed, on direct support. In addition to those services mentioned by Dr Fowler, this includes dementia advisers and support as well as our Dementia Connect service, helpline, dementia guides and online forum, Talking Point, which people with dementia and their carers tell us make a huge difference to their lives.
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    Julian Assange's lawyers: US files were leaked for political ends

    12:37, February 27 14 0

    Julian Assange’s legal team has rejected a suggestion by lawyers for US authorities that his actions were not “political offences”, arguing that the WikiLeaks founder had published classified documents to highlight human rights abuses.
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    Other lives Biddy Macfarlane obituary

    07:57, February 27 12 0

    In a distinguished legal career, my mother, Biddy Macfarlane, who has died of pneumonia aged 89, was the first female county court registrar (district judge), and the first woman and first solicitor to be appointed Master of the Court of Protection.
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    The Weinstein trial reveals why UK courts fail to prosecute rape

    02:27, February 27 17 0

    The trial of Harvey Weinstein was an extraordinary one for many reasons – his vast power and influence, his embodiment of the #MeToo movement, the high level of media attention, and the fact that more than 90 women came forward and named him as an abuser. This culminated in a watershed moment this Monday, when a jury found Weinstein guilty of serious sexual offences.
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    Forget consent forms. The burden of proof should never fall on rape victims

    14:38, February 26 19 0

    Despite the weight of evidence and the sheer number of accusers, it still felt somehow impossible that Harvey Weinstein would ever have to pay for his sexual crimes with anything but money. The consequences of his predation were so brazenly evaded that, in spite of the cultural upheaval of the last few years, it seemed plausible he would walk away a free man.
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    Consent forms don’t capture the reality of rape – and place the burden of proof on victims

    13:11, February 26 20 0

    Despite the weight of evidence and the sheer number of accusers, it still felt somehow impossible that Harvey Weinstein would ever have to pay for his sexual crimes with anything but money. The consequences of his predation were so brazenly evaded that, in spite of the cultural upheaval of the last few years, it seemed plausible he would walk away a free man.
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    Julian Assange asks to sit with lawyers for extradition case

    11:44, February 26 19 0

    Julian Assange’s extradition case is to hear an application on Thursday for him to leave a dock surrounded by bulletproof glass and sit with his lawyers after he complained of being as much a participant in the proceedings as “watching Wimbledon”.