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A victims' commissioner and policing chief, have warned that courts that requiring "refuge" addresses to be revealed to potentially violent partners are putting domestic abuse victims at risk.
Sophie Linden, the capital's deputy mayor for policing and crime, and Claire Waxman, the London victims' commissioner, have written to the Justice Secretary, Robert Buckland, demanding a change in the law banning courts from disclosing locations of abuse victims.
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Embassy chef Mr Riaz Uddin worked in the Kuwaiti Embassy in London and, amongst other dignitaries, cooked for royalty. 

He suffered a stroke in December 2014 after working a 19 hour shift. He returned to work three months later with limited movement in his right hand and arm and left leg. He also suffered with reduced eyesight and a loss of hearing. 
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Our news items tend to be factored around the news items affecting the legal sector but we've taken this opportunity to concentrate on Covid- 19, more commonly known as the Coronavirus.
The virus is affecting courts, the property sector, and the wider legal profession and as such we have listed, below, the advice provided by the Government and the National Health Service (NHS).
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A Croydon Court has heard that an HSBC intern launched an ongoing harassment campaign against her former manager, and his daughter, after he ended the affair. 
Miss Emily Salt, aged 26, joined HSBC bank as a graduate management trainee where she met her 56 year old boss. With a degree in international business, finance and economics she could have expected a sucessful future.
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Zara Tindall, eldest granddaughter of the Queen, and daughter of Princess Anne has been banned from driving for six months after racking up 12 points on her Drivers Licence.  
Tindall was caught doing 91mph on the A417 near her Cotswold home, where the speed limit is 70mph.  She was given four points on her Licence by Magistrates in Cheltenham earlier this week.
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