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Morning Headlines 12/11/2014

Morning Headlines 12/11/2014

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  1. State-backed RBS and HSBC among banks fined £2 billion over foreign exchange market rigging (The Independent)
  2. Sajid Javid: terrorists and criminals are exploiting ‘right to be forgotten’ (The Guardian)
  3. MPs’ calls to prisoners ‘taped’, says Chris Grayling (The Telegraph)
  4. Harry Roberts: Police killer released from prison (BBC News)
  5. Apple faces US lawsuit for iMessage’s role in text message disruption (The Verge)
  6. Disabled man forced off bus by refusal to move pram sparks equality test case (The Guardian)
  7. Bar accused of taking ‘cheap shots’ at solicitor-advocates (Law Society Gazette)
  8. Germany threaten jail for athletes under new doping law (BBC Sport)
  9. European Court of Justice rules states can refuse welfare to immigrants (City AM)
  10. ‘Putins Banker’ challenges freeze on assets (Evening Standard)
  11. Domestic violence should be specific criminal offence, says Law Commission (The Guardian)
  12. British law student accused of targeting Tony Blair facing retrial after ‘secret terror trial’ jury discharged (The Independent)
  13. Environmentalists in legal battle with US Navy over war games (FOX News)
  14. UK drops security claim blocking Pakistani’s lawsuit over ‘torture’ (The Guardian)

 

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