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Morning Briefing 19/6/2014

Morning Briefing 19/6/2014
  1. Children with criminal past should be given clean slate at 18, say MPs (via The Guardian)
  2. Saudi student may have been murdered because she was wearing a hijab (via The Independent)
  3. Florida man put to death in 3rd execution in 24 hours in U.S. (via CNN)
  4. China jails ‘New Citizens’ Movement’ activists (via BBC News)
  5. Disclosure of cautions breaches privacy rights, Supreme Court rules (via Law Society Gazette)
  6. Clifford Chance to vote on slashing management committee from 16 to nine (via The Lawyer)
  7. Hedge fund tycoon fights divorce claim – Withers and Mishcon representing (via The FT – requires free registration)
  8. Europe’s top court will rule on protecting data sent to the US (via The Verge)
  9. 89-year-old Nazi living in America and accused of helping kill 200,000 Jews in Auschwitz, facing extradition to Germany (via The Independent)
  10. Washington Redskins Trademark Cancelled By Patent Office (via Sky News)
  11. Spain’s new king Felipe VI to be sworn in by parliament (via BBC News)
  12. Judge rules Tsarnaev prosecutors cannot argue he ‘betrayed the US’ (via The Guardian)
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