The Telegraph, Chiara Palazzo, ‘ Brussels attacks: First victim of terror attacks names – as it happened’
The Week UK, ‘EU referendum campaigners seize on Brussels attacks’
The Daily Express, Greg Heffer, ‘Boris Johnson: EU judges put Britain at greater risk of terror attack'
The Telegraph, Asa Bennett, ‘Morning Briefing: After Brussels’
El Mundo, Michael Howard: ‘Europa es un cartel de bienvenida para los terroristas’
The Brief, The Times, Frances Gibb and Joanthan Ames, ‘Former DPP labels police VIP sex investigations a disgrace’
The Guardian, Owen Bowcott ‘CPS should have closer oversight of police in child sex abuse cases, ex-DPP says’
The Law Society Gazette, Joshua Rozenberg, ‘Compounding the confusion’
The Law Society Gazette, Chloe Smith, ‘SQE could place solicitors at disadvantage to bar, academic warns’
The Global Legal Post, Kathryn Higgins, ‘Dumbing down the law’: Solicitors ‘super exam’ cops flack from legal academics’
LAWYER2B, Richard Simmons, ‘Dangerous dumbing down’ – academics slam SRA training proposals'
Legalfutures, Nick Hilborn, ‘Small law firms have most to lose from SQE, leading academic warns’
Gov.co.uk, copy of Baroness Neville-Rolfe’s speech at Politeia December 2015 ‘Digital economy, intellectual property and small business’
PayStream, News Team, ‘Digital contractors ‘pivotal to UK economy’
Anti-copying in design, copy of Baroness Neville-Rolfe’s speech at Politeia December 2015 ‘IP minister, baroness Neville-Rolfe, on the digital economy, intellectual property and small business’