Flagship 'court of cybercrime' to be set-up in London

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Lord Chancellor David Gauke to announce new court covering fraud and cybercrime tonight

A specialist court to deal with the surge in cyber crime is to be set-up in London, the Lord Chancellor David Gauke will announce tonight. However, it won't be open for business before 2025. The...

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