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NEWS AGENDA: July 9 – 13
George Engels has just published a story about possible protests in the UK during President Donald Trump’s forthcoming visit. Read his recent interview with Allison Feduccia a clinical data scientist at the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).
Jack Barton is writing about the legal mechanisms by which refugees are returned home from Europe. With the help of a community member, he is also shortly going to publish a feature surrounding anti-money laundering legislation. Read his recent call out for collaboration here.
As President Donald Trump continues to reset existing international trade deals, Charles Turner is writing about the difficulties in negotiating tariffs. Read his recent story about the plight of Myanmar’s Baptist-Christian minority.
Lydia Morrish is obtaining police force figures from around the country to look at statistics on domestic violence during the World Cup. Read her recent story about “period poverty” which forces girls to miss school and leads to health problems.
Linh Nguyen is writing about why California’s new privacy law is significant and what it might mean for the tech industry. Read her recent story about the European Union’s rejection of an update of the Copyright Directive.
Eliza Gkritsi is writing a story about the rise of Open Banking which aims to offer customers additional choices.
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