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Morning Headlines 22/12/2014

Morning Headlines 22/12/2014

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  1. UK must probe its role in CIA torture, says UN legal expert (The Guardian)
  2. Clifford Chance-backed study calls on firms to adopt new social mobility initiatives for grad intake (Legal Week)
  3. Spanish princess to face fraud trial (BBC News)
  4. Swiss Bankers in Limbo After U.S. Jury Clears Ex-UBS Man (NYT DealBook)
  5. Kingfisher sells controlling stake in China business (The FT)
  6. Barrister to appeal against BSB discrimination ruling (Legal Futures)
  7. Outrage over £1million legal aid bill for terror suspects (The Express)
  8. Theresa May’s curbs on foreign students are ‘a silly idea’, say Liberal Democrats (The Independent)
  9. Spain’s new security law sparks protests across country (The Guardian)
  10. Child abuse inquiry: Survivors want new panel and extra powers (BBC News)
  11. Manhunt Launched After Berlin Jewellery Heist (Sky News)
  12. Gardener jailed for sending prank text to juror friend saying ‘if you find them guilty, I will find you’ (Mail Online)
  13. Court in Argentina grants basic rights to orangutan (BBC News)
  14. Skadden and Davis Polk lead on Baidu’s investment in Uber (Legal Week)
  15. New DNA test snares knife rapist Paul Drinkwater 30 years on (Express)
  16. New York gunman told public ‘watch what I’m going to do’ (BBC News)
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