Legal News for 19/03/2014

Legal News for 19/03/2014
  1. Ministers defeated in grey squirrel battle (via The Independent)
  2. ‘Out of control’ foreign divorce ‘squeezing out needy litigants’ (via The Law Gazette)
  3. Mental capacity legislation hits ‘rock bottom’ (via The Law Gazette)
  4. Oklahoma delays two executions amid lethal drugs shortage (via The Guardian)
  5. Paul Gascoigne paid damages by the Daily Express and Daily Star (via The Guardian)
  6. Care leavers to get access to their records (via The Guardian)
  7. Watchdog criticises Ministry of Justice over barrister earnings claims (via The Guardian)
  8. Support grows for decriminalising non-payment of licence fee (via The Guardian)
  9. Solicitor and firm numbers holding up, SRA figures show (via The Law Gazette)
  10. Batang Kali massacre: judges reject call for inquiry into 1948 shootings (via The Guardian)
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