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Morning Headlines 26/1/2015

Morning Headlines 26/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. High court upholds legal aid rules in domestic violence cases (The Guardian)
  2. Lawyers-to-be reveal career motivations (Law Society Gazette)
  3. Turkish court orders Facebook to block pages that insult the Prophet Mohammed (The Verge)
  4. Syriza and Independent Greeks agree Greece coalition (BBC News)
  5. Clifford Chance moots superpoints for star partners as part of lockstep overhaul (The Lawyer)
  6. Green party leader Natalie Bennett says it should not be a crime to belong to al-Qaeda or Isis (The Independent)
  7. Aer Lingus Mulls BA Owner’s New Approach (Sky News)
  8. US supreme court to review execution procedure in case brought by man already put to death (The Guardian)
  9. Clare’s Law: 1,300 domestic abuse disclosures made (BBC News)
  10. Lindsay Sandiford ‘weeks away from Bali firing squad’ after being asked to sign document that formally confirms death sentence (Daily Mail)
  11. Inefficient court system should be streamlined, Leveson says (BBC News)
  12. Ropes and Latham advise as Altice raises $6bn for Portuguese telecoms takeover (Legal Week)
  13. Jewish leaders call for Europe-wide legislation outlawing antisemitism (The Guardian)
  14. Judge who presided over Shrien Dewani trial could face censure over ‘bias’ claims (Daily Express)
  15. Mubarak’s sons released from Egyptian prison (BBC News)
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