Morning Headlines 30/10/2014

Morning Headlines 30/10/2014

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  1. Saudi businessman sues Barclays for $10bn (The FT)
  2. Tesco Faces Criminal Probe Over Profits Crisis (Sky News)
  3. New copyright rules allow ‘orphan’ artworks to find homes (BBC News)
  4. Bangladesh deploys thousands of police after war crimes death sentence (The Guardian)
  5. Criminal phone-hacking charges against up to nine Mirror Group journalists ‘imminent’ (The Independent)
  6. Clifford Chance tax partner opts for Bar career with fast-track pupillage (Legal Week)
  7. Americans are more afraid of being hacked than of all other crimes, including murder (The Verge)
  8. Barclays sets aside £500m for forex probe (The FT)
  9. No link between tough penalties and drug use – report (BBC News)
  10. Cameron to stage Commons vote on European arrest warrant (The Guardian)
  11. ‘Dead’ banker Aubrey Lee Price sentenced to 30 years in prison after faking own death to escape prosecution (The Independent)
  12. Beware teen braggers: Why Australia’s tough new terror laws could misfire (CNN)
  13. Privately educated graduates earn more – even with the same qualifications and job (The Independent)
  14. Grieve tells Grayling on being Lord Chancellor: “It helps to be a lawyer” (Legal Futures)
  15. US gets first Ebola quarantine legal test case (BBC News)
  16. Badger cull campaigners lose legal battle (The Guardian)

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