Friday, 02 August 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of this week’s top news stories.


1. Pound falls lower on no-deal Brexit prospect [via BBC News]
2. Bank of England cuts UK growth forecast [via BBC News]
3. Facebook bans ‘Saudi Arabia-linked propaganda accounts’ [via BBC News]
4. Barclays, RBS and other banks face £1bn forex rigging lawsuit [via The Guardian]
5. Harbour litigation funding launches first litigation training contract
6. Accelerate your CV with a virtual experience programme
7. UK challenger bank OakNorth launches training contract
8. SRA report reveals money laundering and #MeToo cases driving increases in workload
9. Taylor Vinters accelerates strategy to help world leading innovators and entrepreneurs
10. Labour has spent ‘£400k’ on legal advice over antisemitism crisis [via The Jewish Chronicle]
11. SQE regulator ponders pure multiple choice to help minority candidates [via The Law Society Gazette]

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