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Netanyahu softens judicial overhaul but showdown with top court looms

By Dan Williams JERUSALEM (Reuters) -Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday announced a softening of his judicial overhaul plan but an unallayed opposition said it would still challenge key legislation in the Supreme Court, setting the stage for a constitutional showdown. The package of reforms sought by Netanyahu’s religious-nationalist coalition have triggered weeks of …

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Ferrari reports cyber incident with ransom demand; no impact to operations

(Reuters) -Italian luxury sports car maker Ferrari SpA said on Monday that a hacker recently demanded ransom from the company related to certain client contact details, adding that the breach had no impact on the company’s operations. Ferrari said it notified its customers of the potential data exposure and the nature of the incident. The …

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Northern Ireland’s DUP to vote against key part of new Brexit deal

By Kylie MacLellan and Amanda Ferguson LONDON/BELFAST (Reuters) -Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party on Monday said it would vote against a key element of the British government’s agreement with the European Union on post-Brexit trade rules, in a blow for British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak. But leader Jeffrey Donaldson said his party might yet be …

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UK PM’s office: We’re ready to reassure DUP, but no plans to change new Brexit deal

LONDON (Reuters) – British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is ready to reassure Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) over the deal with the European Union to smooth post-Brexit trade but has no plans to change the agreement, his spokesperson said on Monday. The DUP said they would vote against a key element of the so-called …

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Analysis-Credit Suisse takeover sends shockwaves through London’s banking sector

By Lawrence White, Sinead Cruise and Iain Withers LONDON (Reuters) – Bankers in London braced for hundreds of potential job losses and a hit to Britain’s already-dented financial sector after the historic rescue of Credit Suisse by Swiss rival UBS. Credit Suisse staff had already been seeking to jump ship in recent weeks, sources told …

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