PwC warning, Rolf Harris dies, Lidia Thorpe hits out at ‘deceptive’ quotes

Good morning. Our top story focuses on revelations that consultancy firm PwC was warned over its use of confidential information it had gleaned from high-level meetings at a government department. Rolf Harris, the Australian entertainer and artist convicted of child abuse, has died in Britain aged 93 (he died two weeks ago but the news was just made public). And academic journals are being urged to take action after researchers with links to tobacco fail to declare potential conflicts of interest.


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