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A lack of real competition to tech giants Google and Facebook could mean people are already missing out on the next new idea from a potential rival, the Competition and Markets Authority has said in a new report. Furthermore, the market position of Google and Facebook may potentially be undermi

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson plans to give British judges the power to overturn rulings of the European Court of Justice, The Times reports. Under Theresa May it was agreed that the acquis of EU law would be transferred into domestic law after Brexit. This would mean only the Supreme Court and High

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Four part-time judges have succeeded against the Ministry of Justice in an appeal to the Supreme Court over their rights to a pension. The Supreme Court unanimously allows the appeals. Lord Carnwath gives the sole judgments, with which Lady Hale (President), Lord Reed (Deputy President) and Lord Wil

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Lawyers' groups have written to the Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, over concerns about the detention of civilians, including lawyers, in Kashmir. The Bar Council of England and Wales and the Bar Human Rights Committee of England and Wales expressed "serious concern" over reports that civilian

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A law firm must pay damages to the estate of a late coal miner who missed a chance of claiming compensation because he was given negligent advice, the UK Supreme Court has ruled. Arthur Watkins was an employee of British Coal from 1964 to 1985 and, as a result, developed the condition known as vibra

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Computer algorithms must be regulated to ensure the digital world is not lawless, UK Supreme Court justice Lord Sales has said. Delivering the Sir Henry Brooke Lecture at the British and Irish Legal Information Institute, Lord Sales called for the creation of an expert commission to counter the &ldq

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