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    The Guardian view on moped crime: more complex than headlines say

    14:09, June 06 49 0

    Britain is in the grip of a new kind of crime wave. Or so it would seem if one were to believe the headlines. Hordes of helmeted youngsters are cruising urban streets armed with hammers and bottles of acid ready to smash the windows of expensive shops or rob passing commuters. “Moped-enabled crime” is a phrase that has passed from the police database to the front pages. For obvious reasons celebrity victims, such as the comedian Michael McIntyre and the finance pundit Martin Lewis, have captured the media’s attention. There have also been fatal stabbings; victims have been beaten, others sprayed with acid and some dragged along pavements. It is a growing issue: in London, the Metropolitan police say the number of such offences has risen from just over 1,000 in 2014 to more than 19,000 in the year to last September. As with so many debates about crime, it helps to examine what is driving the numbers.
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    Other lives Michael Barnes obituary

    13:16, June 06 32 0

    Michael Barnes, who has died aged 85, was the Labour MP for Brentford and Chiswick in west London from 1966 to 1974 and subsequently had a long career in public service, culminating in serving as the legal services ombudsman for England and Wales (1991-97).
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    Court filing has more details about Cooley Law coming into compliance with admissions standard

    08:43, June 06 31 0

    When Western Michigan University Thomas M. Cooley Law School in March was found to be back in compliance with an ABA accreditation standard regarding admissions, it was after the school agreed to no longer admit students with predicted law school grade point averages below 2.1, and limit admittees with predicted GPAs between 2.2 and 2.49 to part-time enrollment, according to an accreditation committee decision made public in a recent court filing.
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    ‘Marcia Clark Investigates’ offers entertainment, but not impact

    08:27, June 06 33 0

    One of the things I love the most about being an attorney is that moment when a stranger or new acquaintance finds out about my occupation. When someone learns that I am a practicing attorney, the next question is always “What type of law do you practice?”
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    Grenfell Tower inqury: kitchen fire resident ‘did nothing wrong’

    08:26, June 06 56 0

    Behailu Kebede, in whose Grenfell Tower flat the fire broke out, has been scapegoated by the media and wrongly blamed for failing to raise the alarm, the inquiry into the blaze has been told.On the 10th day of its hearings, Rajiv Menon QC, representing Kebede, gave a detailed account of events in the early hours of 14 June last year when the fire started in his kitchen in flat 16.Kebede, who is originally from Ethiopia and had lived in the tower for 25 years, was woken by a fire alarm. He immediately got up to find smoke coming from behind his Hotpoint fridge freezer. He did not see any flames.“He grabbed his mobile phone and called 999,” said Menon. He had to ring several times before connecting to an operator. At the same time he banged on all his neighbours’ doors on the fourth floor, shouting that there was a fire. “He left the flat barefoot, without his flat or car keys.”