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Morning Headlines 29/1/2015

Morning Headlines 29/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Join The Forum Exclusive To Law Students (The Student Lawyer)
  2. A&O and Ashurst win key roles on £680m Jurys Inn hotel chain sale (The Lawyer)
  3. Top university ‘not a destination for many schools’ (BBC News)
  4. Sri Lanka plans fresh inquiry into human rights abuses during civil war (The Guardian)
  5. Linklaters takes lead role advising Hutchison on its £10bn bid to acquire O2 (Legal Week)
  6. Artist house husband fights ‘get a job’ divorce ruling (The Express)
  7. Men must prove a woman said ‘Yes’ under tough new rape rules (The Telegraph)
  8. After Alibaba Spinoff, Yahoo May Become a Takeover Target (NYT DealBook)
  9. Women with disabilities excluded from domestic abuse law, say campaigners (The Guardian)
  10. One spelling error costs Companies House up to £9 million after being sued for ruining business (The Independent)
  11. Freshfields to pay £1bn to retired partners over next 50 years (The Lawyer)
  12. Halve female prisoner numbers, says minister Simon Hughes (BBC News)
  13. Ched Evans submits ‘fresh evidence’ to try to get rape conviction overturned (The Guardian)
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