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Morning Headlines 17/12/2014

Morning Headlines 17/12/2014

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  1. MPs call for urgent review of joint-enterprise law (The Guardian)
  2. QASA barristers in last throw of the dice with appeal to Supreme Court (Legal Futures)
  3. Gay marriage law comes into effect in Scotland (BBC News)
  4. Freshfields, Clifford Chance and Norton Rose called up for BT EE deal (Legal Week)
  5. Pakistan Reinstates Death Penalty After Attack (Sky News)
  6. Fifa rejects Michael Garcia’s protest over corruption summary (The Independent)
  7. Federal judge: Obama immigration actions ‘unconstitutional’ (Fox News)
  8. EU court removes Hamas from terror blacklist (RT)
  9. Sydney cafe gunman Man Haron Monis ‘dropped off watchlist’ and Australia refused Iran’s request to extradite him, Tony Abbott says (The Independent)
  10. Midwives Abortion Ruling Overturned By Court (Sky News)
  11. Bill Cosby: No charges over 1974 sex offence allegations (Sky News)
  12. Bar to be prosecuted after teenager who drank liquid nitrogen had her stomach removed (The Independent)
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