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Morning Headlines 16/1/2015

Morning Headlines 16/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. We’re looking for Managing Editors for both our Careers and Study sections.

  1. Amazon’s Luxembourg tax deal may be illegal, regulators say (via The Verge)
  2. Attorney General Unable To Review Teacher’s Sentence For Pupil Sex (Sky News)
  3. Covering eyes can help witnesses recall crimes, study finds (The Guardian)
  4. BP faces up to $13.7bn civil penalty for Gulf spill (The FT)
  5. Record numbers of students graduate with first-class degrees (BBC News)
  6. Akin Gump establishes vac scheme and expands training options in wake of Bingham takeover (The Lawyer)
  7. Natalie Bennett: Green Party looking into legal action over leadership debates (The Independent)
  8. Google and eBay’s lawyer comes to London (Evening Standard)
  9. Google and Apple in $415m ‘non-poaching’ settlement offer (BBC News)
  10. Judge slams two couples for £500,000 court fight over ‘a few feet’ of muddy ditch that is ‘longer than some murder trials’ and would have made Dickens proud (Daily Mail)
  11. Delhi woman who said she was attacked by Uber driver to sue company in US (The Guardian)
  12. Police in Belgium say they have foiled a plot to launch major terror attacks (CNN)
  13. Former judge left penniless after lying in Chris Huhne speeding points scandal (Daily Express)
  14. ‘Bali Nine’ pair to ‘face death penalty together’ (BBC News)
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