Judge in Baha Mousa death inquiry to question ‘every witness’ – The Guardian

Posted November 21st, 2008 in armed forces, Iraq, news, torture, witnesses by sally

“The judge presiding over the public inquiry into the death of Baha Mousa, the Iraqi hotel receptionist killed while in the custody of British troops in Basra, made clear today that he intended to question every soldier who witnessed the incident, whether or not they were directly responsible.”

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The Guardian, 20th November 2008

Source: www.guardian.co.uk

Legal fees to be squeezed under new accounting rules – The Times

Posted November 21st, 2008 in accounts, fees, news by sally

“Commercial lawyers already under pressure to reduce fees as the market worsens are facing a new challenge with the introduction of new accounting rules governing M&A transactions.”

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The Times, 20th November 2008

Source: www.timesonline.co.uk

Criminal justice to be a ‘service’ – Daily Telegraph

Posted November 21st, 2008 in criminal justice, news by sally

“The criminal justice system is to be re-branded as the criminal justice service, under plans disclosed by ministers this week.”

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Daily Telegraph, 20th November 2008

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

‘Big Brother’ database plan shelved – The Independent

Posted November 21st, 2008 in internet, investigatory powers, news, telecommunications by sally

“The timetable for setting up a giant ‘Big Brother’ database is slipping after the scheme was dropped from next month’s Queen’s Speech. The Independent has highlighted growing fury over government moves to collate details of every telephone call, email and internet visit.”

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The Independent, 21st November 2008

Source: www.independent.co.uk

Daily Cause List, 21st November 2008

Posted November 21st, 2008 in news by sally

Friday 21st November 2008

Source: www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk

Please note only the current day’s cause list will be accessible