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Morning Headlines 23/1/2015

Morning Headlines 23/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. We’re looking for an Assistant Editor in Chief to help our EIC with his daily duties, including responding to writer applications, communicating with the senior editors and helping to grow the site. If you’re interested in applying, email Nathan.Akhavan-Moossavi@thestudentlawyer.com.

  1. Telefónica poised to sell O2 to Hutchison Whampoa for £10bn (The FT)
  2. Tory MP accuses CPS of pursuing vendetta against Sun journalists (The Guardian)
  3. Taylor Wessing acts as MetLife sues A&O client JP Morgan for $107m (Legal Business)
  4. Firms scramble to tighten disciplinary procedures in wake of CC trainee’s Islamist rant (The Lawyer)
  5. Drone packed with crystal meth crashes near US-Mexico border (The Verge)
  6. MI5 officers to give evidence in wigs during US terror trial (The Telegraph)
  7. Ban on sending books to prisoners set to end (The Guardian)
  8. Families of Lockerbie bombing victims to launch appeal against conviction of al-Megrahi (The Independent)
  9. Box Raises $175 Million Pricing U.S. Initial Offer Above Range (Bloomberg)
  10. Former Thai PM Faces Corruption Charges (Sky News)
  11. Super sewer legal challenge thrown out by judge because council submitted court papers one day late (Evening Standard)
  12. German court rules that men can urinate while standing (BBC News)
  13. McDonald’s sued over claims workers were fired from store with ‘too many black people’ (The Guardian)
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