Morning Headlines 03/11/2014

Morning Headlines 03/11/2014

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  1. Germany ‘would accept UK exit from EU’ to protect migration rules (BBC News)
  2. Chris Grayling to scrap ‘soft’ police cautions (The Telegraph)
  3. Judge attacks legal aid cuts as couple fight to keep their son (The Independent)
  4. Where is Jerusalem? How boy’s passport case could affect US foreign policy (The Guardian)
  5. Google ordered to pay Canadian woman $2,250 for showing her cleavage on Street View (Mail Online)
  6. Diversity League Table reveals that just one in 200 partners is black (The Lawyer)
  7. Panorama exposé on Mazher Mahmood delayed for legal reasons (The Guardian)
  8. Rurik Jutting remanded in custody over Hong Kong murders (BBC News)
  9. Human rights abusers in Franco-era Spain could be tried in Argentina (The Guardian)
  10. Pro bono up as solicitors fill legal aid void (Law Society Gazette)
  11. Family of girl who killed herself after arrest challenges detention policy (The Guardian)
  12. Intel paying up after allegedly ‘manipulating’ benchmarks 15 years ago (The Verge)
  13. Law Student Jailed For Watching Volleyball In Iran (Sky News)
  14. Rolf Harris loses first appeal bid over convictions (The Guardian)
  15. Holiday pay case could open floodgates for backdated claims (The Guardian)

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