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11/08/2011 | Landmark Chambers is to host a seminar about the Leveson Inquiries entitled Phone hacking Inquiries and how to protect a free press on 8 September 201 more >

04/08/2011 | Many NGOs and those who claim they have been tortured will take no part in the Torture Inquiry because they believe it lacks credibility and transparency more >

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