Morning Briefing 2/9/2014

Morning Briefing 2/9/2014

Good morning. Here’s todays legal news roundup.

  1. Ashya King’s parents case under ‘immediate review’ by CPS (via BBC News)
  2. Passports of suspected jihadis will be seized in fresh crackdown by Cameron on terror (via The Express)
  3. Madeleine: Secret Report On Police Probe (via Sky News)
  4. UN to send investigators to Iraq over Islamic State ‘atrocities’ (via The Guardian)
  5. Weil, Gotshal & Manges pays multi-million pound professional negligence settlement (via Legal Business)
  6. British labour activist Andy Hall in Thailand trial (via BBC News)
  7. Banks say funding rules will make key equities trades more expensive (via The FT – requires a free registration)
  8. Nigerian witch-finder Helen Ukpabio threatens legal action against human rights organisations (via The Independent)
  9. Anti-terror plans: ‘Difficulties’ with Cameron’s plans (via BBC News)
  10. Leaked Nude Celeb Photos: FBI Hunts Hackers (via Sky News)
  11. Plebgate report shows Metropolitan police colluded to conceal truth (via The Guardian)

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