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The Court of Appeal has overturned the Bloody Sunday inquiry’s decision to force British soldiers to testify in Londonderry. Dinah Rose reports On Sunday 30 January 1972, British soldiers shot dead 13 unarmed civilians and wounded 13 more during a civil rights march on the streets of Londonderry. Lord Widgery’s hastily convened inquiry into the […]

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High-profile technology and data protection specialist Christopher Millard is understood to be going straight in at the top of Linklaters’ lockstep when he leaves Clifford Chance at the end of the month Millard, who is one of the most respected lawyers in data protection, IT and e-commerce law, will take over from Ian Karet as […]

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The result of the Damilola Taylor murder trial has sparked outrage over the way politically sensitive cases are handled by both the police and the CPS. Jon Robins asks: did the fiasco that was the Stephen Lawrence investigation push the authorities into making crowd-pleasing arrests based on shaky evidence?For both the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) […]

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