Friday, 24 May 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of the week's top news stories.

1. Google restricts Huawei’s use of Android [via BBC News]
2. Japan’s economic growth beats forecasts [via BBC News]
3. Warning over 'new Eurozone crisis’ [via BBC News]
4. MoD says revised torture guidance does not lower standards [The Guardian]
5. I’ve seen how lawyer’s sexism corrupts justice. This is how to change the industry [via The Guardian]
6. UK to appoint first human rights ambassador [via The Guardian]
7. Give women ‘high impact assignments’ say male lawyers [via Law Society Gazette]
8. Insurers stump up millions to lock claimant lawyers out of PI sector [via Law Society Gazette]
9. Government told to close money laundering loopholes [via Law Society Gaxette]  
10. Maternity leave and part-time lawyers promoted in eight-strong Osborne Clarke partnership round. 
11. US-China trade war: Shoe giants urge Trump to end tariffs [via BBC News]
12. British Steel enters insolvency endangering 5,000 jobs [via BBC News]
13. Linklaters launches pilot scheme for disadvantaged students [via Law Society Gazette]
4. Marks & Spencer to close another 20 stores as profits plunge [via The Guardian]

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