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Morning Headlines 11/12/2014

Morning Headlines 11/12/2014

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. Tweet us to let us know what you think of the new website! Remember, we’re looking for volunteers to edit and write for our new study advice section!

  1. Online child abuse: Law to end ‘grey area’ (BBC News)
  2. British role in torture: Clegg has ‘open mind’ about judicial inquiry (The Guardian)
  3. Google News quits Spain in response to new law (The Verge)
  4. Jihadi’s Father Regrets Co-Operating With Police (Sky News)
  5. US insider trading convictions quashed (The FT)
  6. House of Lords: Lord Chancellor does not need to be a lawyer (The Lawyer)
  7. Hong Kong protests: Police begin arrests as Admiralty site cleared (BBC News)
  8. Society opens new front on legal aid cuts (Law Society Gazette)
  9. Witness in trial gave evidence for an hour before anyone realised she wasn’t speaking English (Daily Mail)
  10. Scouts Admit 36 Child Abuse Actions Since 2012 (Sky News)
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