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Morning Headlines 1/12/2014

Morning Headlines 1/12/2014

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  1. Boris Johnson to seek control of CPS and court system in London (The Guardian)
  2. Freshfields leaps ahead in magic circle salary stakes (The Lawyer)
  3. Student vote could swing 2015 election, suggests study (BBC News)
  4. Mother of German MH17 victim takes Ukraine to human rights court (The Telegraph)
  5. Sony Pictures calls in FBI on film leak (The FT)
  6. Junior lawyers: we’re worth it (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Charities warn against ‘chilling’ move to restrict access to judicial review (The Guardian)
  8. Egypt’s ex-ruler Mubarak cleared in deaths of hundreds; prosecutors to appeal (CNN)
  9. Bridgepoint set to buy Italian restauraunt chains from Cinven (The FT)
  10. Ohio Republicans push law to keep all details of executions secret (The Guardian)
  11. Slaughters and Latham lead on €3.8bn Swiss packaging group takeover (Legal Week)
  12. ‘Right to rent’ checks start in West Midlands (BBC News)
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