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Equalities watchdog urged to probe if Authorities broke legislation over coronavirus [The Mirror]

British barrister Karim Khan named as ICC conflict crimes prosecutor [The Telegraph]

Britain doesn’t want a politicised judiciary [Financial Times] (£)

Prisoners would get proper to vote underneath Labour shake-up of election legislation [The Sun]

Alex Salmond accuses Crown Workplace of ‘abuse of laws’ over failure to publish key proof [Sky News]

Sven Badzak stabbing: Third man arrested over aspiring lawyer killing [Evening Standard]

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Biden requires gun legislation reform on anniversary of Parkland capturing [BBC News]

White Home attorneys inform Kamala Harris’ niece Meena, 36, to cease utilizing aunt to construct model [Daily Mail]

Head huntsman charged with encouraging law-breakers [The Times] (£)

Hong Kong: alarm over proposed legislation that would ban anybody from leaving [The Guardian]

Protesters say French anti-radicalism legislation is anti-Muslim [The Independent]

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