Today's Video Focus: Tens of thousands of people have taken part in more anti-racism protests across the UK — with the statue of a 17th century slave trader pulled down in Bristol and dumped in the River Avon. The monument to Edward Colston had stood in the city centre for more than a century. Protests took place in several other parts of the UK, with thousands of people gathering at the US Embassy in London.
Focus of the Day Article: Cooley partner Laurence Harris is taking over from Lord Goldsmith QC as chair of the Access to Justice Foundation board of trustees. Full story - New Law Journal
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