Morning Headlines 9/2/2015

Morning Headlines 9/2/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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Extra Read: Nigel Boardman on why English law needs reform (Legal Business)

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  1. Schoolboys hit with legal letter over Peppa Pig song (The Telegraph)
  2. Canada’s highest court strikes down ban on doctor-assisted dying (The Guardian)
  3. HSBC helped rich customers dodge tax with secret Swiss bank accounts, reports says (The Independent)
  4. Teen Charged After ‘Selfie With Dead Body’ (Sky News)
  5. People who post anti-semitic messages online should be BANNED from internet, blasts MP (The Express)
  6. Katy Perry ‘Left Shark’ model removed at lawyers’ request (BBC News)
  7. China Executes Mafia Boss Tied to Disgraced Security Czar (Bloomberg)
  8. Terminally ill New Yorkers demand state rule on legality of assisted dying (The Guardian)
  9. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland should be allowed to veto a UK exit of the EU, says Plaid Cymru leader (The Independent)
  10. ‘Serial’ Podcast Murderer To Appeal Conviction (Sky News)
  11. Wikileaks’ Julian Assange considering suing Nick Clegg for defamation (The Mirror)
  12. Clifford Chance, Ropes and Skadden take roles on Pfizer’s $17bn Hospira takeover (Legal Week)
  13. Judge rules man’s upskirt photos of girl, 13, at shop not a crime but appalling (The Guardian)
  14. Costa Concordia trial: Captain Francesco Schettino awaits verdict that could put him in jail for 26 years (The Independent)
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