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Morning Headlines 27/1/2015

Morning Headlines 27/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. NYPD investigating murder of man who died more than a half-century after he was stabbed (The Independent)
  2. Mass surveillance is fundamental threat to human rights, says European report (The Guardian)
  3. Society puts trainee minimum salary back on agenda (Law Society Gazette)
  4. Nutella and Strawberry not suitable names for children, French court rules (The Telegraph)
  5. Alexander Litvinenko murder inquiry opens in high court (The Guardian)
  6. WikiLeaks threatens legal action against Google and US after email revelations (The Guardian)
  7. Aer Lingus Deal With BA Owner Moves Closer (Sky News)
  8. Police officers could be charged for insulting alleged domestic violence victim (The Independent)
  9. ‘Terribly expensive’ docks could be abolished, says UK’s most senior judge (Evening Standard)
  10. Victims of crime let down by criminal justice system, report finds (The Guardian)
  11. De Brauw, Davis Polk, Linklaters advise on Vision Express owner’s €1.3bn IPO (Legal Week)
  12. ‘Intellectually disabled’ man set for execution (CNN)
  13. Argentina’s President Denies Lawyer Death Link (Sky News)
  14. Alice Gross murder suspect Zalkalns ‘would have been charged’ (BBC News)
  15. Legal highs and prescription drugs face ban in English and Welsh prisons (The Guardian)
  16. US death penalty: Wyoming may allow firing squads in executions (The Independent)
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