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01/05/2018

Sean Curran reports from Westminster as ministers faced with defeat agree that British overseas territories should publish details of the true owners of companies based in them.

Sean Curran reports from Westminster where ministers faced with defeat agree that British overseas territories should publish details of the true owners of companies based in them.
TV chefs Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall tell MPs that childhood obesity is now a "catastrophe" and an "emergency" and call for action including restrictions on junk food adverts.
And senior barristers give a warning that the system for disclosing evidence in criminal cases in England and Wales is a "complete mess" which is close to cracking.

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Tue 1 May 2018 23:30

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