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Morning Headlines 21/11/2014

Morning Headlines 21/11/2014

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  1. Britain Abandons Banker Bonus Fight After EU Court Blow (Bloomberg News)
  2. President Flexes Muscles To Help Illegal Migrants (Sky News) BUT Republicans hammer legal case against Obama on immigration (CNN)
  3. HMRC powers to raid bank accounts watered down (The FT)
  4. Pérez-Llorca wins Spanish airport IPO deal with €1 fee (The Lawyer)
  5. Andy Coulson leaves prison after serving five months of 18-month term (The Guardian)
  6. Julian Assange sex case: Swedish court upholds warrant (BBC News)
  7. ‘Poppy terror plot’: Three men were planning to behead member of public court hears (The Independent)
  8. US announces release of 5 Guantanamo prisoners (FOX News)
  9. Gordon Ramsay’s father-in-law ‘forged’ £640k hotel lease (The Express)
  10. HMRC failed to investigate tax relief scheme, watchdog finds (BBC News)
  11. Utah may reintroduce death by firing squad for state executions (The Independent)
  12. Dutch teenager returned from Syria to appear in court (BBC News)
  13. Egypt’s first female genital mutilation trial ends in not guilty verdict (The Guardian)
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