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Morning Headlines 23/12/2014

Morning Headlines 23/12/2014

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. If you’re interested in improving your CV, we’re looking for writers and editors to join our team. This is our last morning headlines email until the 29th.

  1. Pharrell Williams’ Lawyer to YouTube: Remove Our Songs or Face $1 Billion Lawsuit (The Hollywood Reporter)
  2. Healthcare at heart of robust year in M&A (The FT)
  3. Human rights groups call for special prosecutor to investigate CIA torture (The Guardian)
  4. Police Investigate Deadly Bin Lorry Crash (Sky News)
  5. Alstom to pay $772m fine to settle bribery charges in US (BBC News)
  6. Grayling faces new year test over legal aid (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Hogan Lovells and Clifford Chance hammer out Kingfisher’s £140m sale in B&Q China (Legal Week)
  8. Chancellor’s crackdown will leave rogue City traders facing jail (The Express)
  9. May urged to appoint UK’s most senior female judge to lead child abuse inquiry (The Guardian)
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