Morning Headlines 31/10/2014

Morning Headlines 31/10/2014

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  1. Govt Committed To Cameras In Criminal Trials (Sky News)
  2. Panorama’s planned Mazher Mahmood exposé may face legal gag (The Guardian)
  3. Google will have to pay publishers for aggregating news in Spain (The Verge)
  4. RBS reserves £400m for currency probe (BBC News)
  5. Judge warns honeymoon murder trial could collapse after Dewani suffers ‘panic attack’ when photographers bang on his car outside court (Daily Mail)
  6. Citigroup Legal Costs Jump as Currency Probes Accelerate (Bloomberg)
  7. University rugby team takes District Line Tube train out of action with ‘alcohol-fuelled strip game’ (Independent)
  8. FBI Most Wanted Fugitive Captured After 48 Days (Sky News)
  9. StanChart faces US sanctions probe (FT)
  10. Abdel Hakim Belhaj wins right to sue UK government over his kidnap (The Guardian)
  11. Green Party considering legal action against BBC after being left out of election debates (The Independent)
  12. Court out: Tory MP ducks out of Commons sessions due to £750k second job as barrister (Mirror)
  13. Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Warg faces lengthy jail term (BBC News)
  14. Pinsent Masons and Nabarro voted top 10 undergraduate employers as study shows shorter placements on rise (Legal Week)
  15. Imam to sue after collapse of sham weddings case (Express)
  16. Sex Abuse Inquiry Head Under Pressure To Quit (Sky News)

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