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Morning Headlines 5/12/2014

Morning Headlines 5/12/2014

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  1. Mother who drank heavily when pregnant not guilty of crime, court rules (The Guardian)
  2. HSF and Freshfields advise on Sky Bet £800m deal with CVC Capital Partners (The Lawyer)
  3. Balfour Beatty rejects £1bn JLIF offer (The FT)
  4. Premier Foods accused over ‘pay and stay’ practice (BBC News)
  5. Chimpanzees aren’t ‘persons’ with rights of humans, no need to be freed, New York court rules (Fox News)
  6. Scots Cut Drink-Drive Limit North Of Border (Sky News)
  7. Undercover police spy accused of encouraging activist to crime (The Guardian)
  8. Singapore Busts Global Soccer-Fixing Gang With 2013 Detentions (Bloomberg)
  9. Jeff Stelling in legal row as Soccer Saturday dispute goes into extra time (Mail Online)
  10. Australian parliament backs migrant reforms (BBC News)
  11. Canary Wharf owner spurns Qatari’s raised takeover bid (The FT)
  12. Cleveland police use excessive force far too often, stinging government report finds (The Guardian)
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