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Morning Headlines 20/1/2015

Morning Headlines 20/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Clifford Chance video: Trainee at top UK law firm uploads 21-minute online rant blaming Charlie Hebdo shootings on non-Muslims (The Independent)
  2. Alan Rusbridger: Home Office must not remove right to protect sources (The Telegraph)
  3. The CPS wants to stack the deck against the defence (The Telegraph)
  4. Citic in Deal to Sell $10 Billion Stake (NYT DealBook)
  5. Jury selection to begin in Colorado theater shooting trial (Fox News)
  6. Gordon Ramsay loses court battle over London pub (BBC News)
  7. Serious Fraud Office drops investigation into Autonomy and HP deal (Evening Standard)
  8. Attempt to ban performing artist’s abuse memoir ‘threatens free speech’ (The Guardian)
  9. Female genital mutilation: NHS doctor becomes first person to stand trial for involvement in FGM (The Independent)
  10. Man faces life in prison after admitting to beheading wife (The Express)
  11. Mystery as Argentine prosecutor found dead hours before testimony (CNN)
  12. Co-op Bank rewrites its ethical code (The FT)
  13. Fried Frank to shut Hong Kong and Shanghai offices in international downsize (The Lawyer)
  14. Terror suspects and criminals to be stripped of human rights (The Telegraph)
  15. Freshfields, Clifford Chance advise on John Laing’s £130m London IPO (Legal Week)
  16. Paris attacks: Four face charges over links to Coulibaly (BBC News)
  17. On-call solicitor plan adopted with ‘cavalier disregard for fairness’ (The Telegraph)
  18. Dramatic increases in court fees causing deep concern, say senior judges (The Guardian)
  19. Home Secretary Theresa May accused of ‘shocking’ failure on foreign crooks (The Express)
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