Morning Briefing 16/9/2014

Morning Briefing 16/9/2014

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. European court to investigate laws allowing GCHQ to snoop on journalists (via The Guardian)
  2. SABMiller’s Bid for Heineken Opens the Door to Possible Beer Industry Mergers (via NYT Dealbook)
  3. Ukraine crisis: Parliament set to ratify landmark EU deal (via BBC News)
  4. Auschwitz guard Oskar Groening charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder (via The Guardian)
  5. Orange Offers to Acquire Jazztel of Spain for $4.4 Billion (via Bloomberg)
  6. Most freed prisoners ‘lacking home and job’ (via BBC News)
  7. Innocence of Muslims actor sues Google to block controversial film (via The Guardian)
  8. City firms recognised for diversity efforts (via Law Society Gazette)
  9. Chris Grayling under fire over claim Ministry of Justice ‘hid abuse and rape in jails’ (via The Independent)
  10. Westminster Leaders Pledge ‘No’ Vote Powers (via Sky News)
  11. Opposition MPs question need for Chris Grayling’s social action bill (via The Guardian)
  12. Alibaba raises price of share sale as demand increases (via BBC News)
  13. QS university world rankings: Imperial College London leapfrogs Oxford to join Cambridge as best British university (via The Independent)
  14. Extra support for victims of crime announced by government (via The Guardian)

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