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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Labelling all accusers ‘victims’ will pervert the course of justice

by Marcus Soanes and Robert McPeake

The principle that someone accused of an offence is “innocent until proven guilty” is a cornerstone of the criminal justice system in England and Wales. But a new idea of what constitutes “victimhood” may be starting to erode the standard...

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France Tells Maersk to Retrieve Boxes Lost in Bay of Biscay Storm Carrier Must Pinpoint 517 Containers Washed Overboard from Svendborg Maersk

Published on: Tuesday 03 June 2014, 12:41 by Stuart Todd

Containers fell from Svendborg Maersk into the sea during a storm in the Bay of Biscay. FRANCE has given Maersk Line until the end of the summer to pinpoint the location of some 500 containers that tumbled overboard...
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