Morning Briefing 12/8/2014

Morning Briefing 12/8/2014

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  1. UK prisoners denied the vote should not be paid compensation, ECHR rules (via The Guardian)
  2. Maliki Bid to Block Successor Escalates Crisis in Iraq (via Bloomberg)
  3. SRA backs down to refund student enrolment fees (via The Lawyer)
  4. Judge extends ban on Ohio executions (via BBC News)
  5. Clifford Chance posts 75% September trainee retention rate (via Legal Week)
  6. British courts ‘too ready’ to follow European Court of Human Rights’ rules (via The Guardian)
  7. Death penalty: Louisiana ‘blagged drug from hospital’ (via The Independent)
  8. Egypt Leaders ‘Not Willing To Provide Justice’ (via Sky News)
  9. Law change needed to save pubs, says Campaign for Real Ale (via BBC News)
  10. Televised confessions on state-run TV consolidate China’s social control (via The Guardian)

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