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Morning Headlines 2/2/2015

Morning Headlines 2/2/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Andrew Mitchell ordered to pay further costs after refusing Plebgate settlement (The Guardian)
  2. Former London Trader Sentenced to Seven Years in Investment Scheme (NYT DealBook)
  3. ‘Hostile’ divorce judge thrown off case (The Telegraph)
  4. British Library reunites Magna Carta copies for 800th anniversary (The Guardian)
  5. Dominique Strauss-Kahn pimping trial to begin in France (BBC News)
  6. Barack Obama plans to tax overseas cash piles (The FT)
  7. Rory McIlroy’s Case Against Former Agency Set For Court (Sportsagentblog)
  8. Presumed guilty? Ministry of Justice is forced to withdraw advice leaflet (The Guardian)
  9. HSF keeps on 93 per cent in spring retention round (The Lawyer)
  10. Human Rights Act has helped 28 terrorists to stay in UK (The Telegraph)
  11. Canada’s new anti-terror legislation prompts civil liberties fears (The Guardian)
  12. Boston Marathon bombing defense likely to focus on dead brother (Fox News)
  13. Ex-Power Ranger Star Held Over Sword Attack (Sky News)
  14. Lowering tuition fees ‘implausible’, say vice-chancellors (BBC News)
  15. Alabama on potential collision course with supreme court over gay marriage (The Guardian)
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