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Anti-racism campaigners have celebrated a jury's decision to find protestors who toppled a statue of a slave trader in Bristol not guilty of criminal damage. Jake Skuse 33, Rhian Graham, 30, Milo Ponsford, 26, and Sage Willoughby, 22, admitted participating in toppling the statue and throwing it in

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India's tax authority has seized £26 million in banknotes, 23 kilograms of gold and 250 kilograms of silver from the country's biggest-ever tax evader. Businessman Piyush Jain was arrested after officials raided his home, described by local media as a "warehouse of money" with cash "spilling o

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Co Antrim high street law firm Armstrong Solicitors has announced the appointment of two new solicitors and a legal assistant to its residential conveyancing team. Jonathan Scullion and Zara Webber, who together have over 20 years' experience in residential conveyancing, have joined the firm as it e

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A&L Goodbody has topped the M&A league tables for 2021 in terms of volume and value of deals, according to new figures. The law firm advised on 77 deals worth €48.2 billion in a bumper year that saw a record 682 deals worth €88.3 billion overall.

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Business law firm Flynn O'Driscoll has announced a series of senior appointments across its Dublin and Galway offices. Diann Cannon has been appointed as partner in the firm's corporate and commercial team, while Deirdre Walsh and Cian Mannion have been promoted to associates in the same department.

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Convictions imposed on people for consensual homosexual activity under former laws will be included in a scheme for “righting the wrongs of the past”, the UK's home secretary Priti Patel is to announce. Ms Patel said more people would have convictions for same-sex sexual activity removed

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A celebrity chef has won defamation proceedings brought against a food critic who wrote a scathing review of his "bland risotto". Italian chef Carlo Cracco sued Achille Ottaviani, editor of La Cronaca di Verona, over his assessment of the food served at an international wine festival in 2016.

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