Friday, 07 June 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of the week's top news stories.

1. Huawei signs deal to develop 5G in Russia [via BBC News]

2. Aviva to cut 1,800 jobs worldwide [via BBC News]

3. Lord chancellor finds £2m for technology [via Law Society Gazette]

4. Government ushers in emergency pay boost for judges amid mounting staff shortages

5. Iran jails defence lawyer for 30 years in latest attack on profession [via Law Society Gazette]

6. No duty of fairness to women hit by pension age rise, court told [via The Guardian]

7. Ford set to close Bridgend engine plant in 2020 [via BBC News]

8. City regulator bans high overdraft fees to reform ‘dysfunctional’ market [via The Guardian]

9. Cash in hand: Slaughter and May to pocket £6m in fees for advice on failed hostile bid

10. In-house: TfL stations enlarged panel roster as WorldRemit GC exits for regtech start-up

11. Here’s why the Justice Department wants to go after Google [via CNBC]

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