4th November - Law News

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Today's video story: At the Golden Temple Complex in the Indian city of Amritsar, Punjab Deputy Chief Minister talks about the newly built Heritage street, takes on his political rivals and challenges the AIIMS report on Punjab drug menace. On the Buck Stops Here, Sukhbir Badal calls Navjot Sidhu a 'human bomb', compares Arvind Kejriwal to a new mobile phone and terms Captain Amarinder Singh the 'most non serious politician'. Rejecting Rahul Gandhi's charge of 70% Punjab being drug addicts, Sukhbir Badal says Congress citing a criminal, Jagdish Bhola's statement to level baseless accusation.

Focus of the Day story: The European arrest warrant has helped the UK  extradite suspects quicker and more cheaply, the director of public prosecutions said today, highlighting potential challenges with international criminal justice cooperation after the UK leaves the EU. Alison Saunders told the House of Lords EU home affairs sub-committee that up to 150 extraditions to the UK over recent years would not have been possible without the European arrest warrant (EAW). Full story - The Law Society Gazette

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