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News round-up: November 2016

19th-27th November 2016 – Explore Your Archive week

Staff across the department contributed to this annual campaign delivered by The National Archives and the Archives and Records Association across the UK and Ireland ( 659 more words

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News Round-up: Final Fantasy 15 finally arrives ten years on

By Neil Merrett

“If Final Fantasy XV doesn’t do well, perhaps there’s not much of a future for console games. It kind of really depends on how that goes” – Final Fantasy 15 co-director Hajime Tabata on the Japanese gaming market in May 2014… 1,384 more words

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News Round-Up

A round-up of today’s developing news stories in Edinburgh and across the globe.

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President Obama’s move to commute prison sentences highlights affordable housing needs of people with criminal records

November 9, 2016
By Jacob Schmidt, NLIHC Policy Intern

President Obama and his administration have led the charge in pushing for criminal justice reform and has… 445 more words

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News roundup: what you might have missed over the holiday weekend

I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving 2016 with family and friends and are now rested and ready to continue the revolution to make America great again! 330 more words

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Legal aid cuts have created a ‘two-tier justice system’ benefiting the wealthy, damning report finds

The Bach Commission on access to justice states that poor people are being left without advice or professional support due to cuts which strictly limit the type of cases for which which legal aid can be applied. 1,076 more words

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Daily Round-up

Find the daily round-up of today’s biggest stories below.

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  1. Nigel Farage says he’s ‘flattered’, after Donald Trump suggested he should be appointed Britain’s ambassador to the US, despite criticism from British MPs.
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