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Morning Headlines 9/12/2014

Morning Headlines 9/12/2014

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  1. Oscar Pistorius case: Judge Masipa to rule on appeal (BBC News)
  2. MPs get go-ahead to challenge snooping law (The Guardian)
  3. PwC sold ‘tax avoidance on industrial scale’ (The FT)
  4. Shrien Dewani prepares to leave South Africa (BBC News)
  5. White & Case wins first-time mandate from HM Treasury to advise on UK tax changes (The Lawyer)
  6. Wheelchair Bus Row: Ruling Is ‘Disappointing’ (Sky News)
  7. Supreme court verdict now awaited in crucial police surveillance case (The Guardian)
  8. Google in court again over ‘right to be above British law’ on alleged secret monitoring (The Independent)
  9. Madeleine McCann: British police to observe questioning in Portugal (BBC News)
  10. Rape Case Asks If Wife With Dementia Can Say Yes to Her Husband (Bloomberg)
  11. Union drops high court challenge over probation privatisation (The Guardian)
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