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    May says Islamophobia is a form of extremism, marking shift in rhetoric

    10:17, June 19 396 0

    Theresa May’s Downing Street declaration that the Finsbury Park terrorist attack was “every bit as sickening” as Manchester and London Bridge and description of Islamophobia as another form of extremism marks a distinct and important change in rhetoric from the prime minster.

    TLT growth slows as turnover rises 4 per cent

    07:03, June 19 515 0

    Growth at TLT slowed over 2016/17, with revenue nudging up 4 per cent to £74.6m. The slight increase follows a year of double-digit growth at the firm in 2015/16, when turnover soared 15 per cent from £62.5m to £71.6m.

    Why the Grenfell Tower tragedy needs a rapid public inquiry, not an inquest

    01:14, June 19 531 0

    Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire are absolutely right to demand a much better response to the disaster than has been seen so far. Criminal investigations into possible corporate manslaughter offences and health and safety investigations by the fire service and the Health and Safety Executive can take years and cause long delays to uncovering the truth. In a 35-year career as a lawyer I have seen this many times. I acted for the closest family members of all those who died in the July 2009 Lakanal House fire in Camberwell, London, in which six people died. Because of the criminal investigation there was no inquiry until four and a half years later, and by that time the promised public inquiry had been downgraded to an inquest. The delay hugely prolonged the suffering of the families of those who lost their lives.