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- Britain’s legal sector is world-beating – but the Tories are putting it all at risk (CityAM)
- Driver of Glasgow bin lorry that killed six people not to be prosecuted (The Guardian)
- Washington DC legalises marijuana possession and use (BBC News)
- The man who ran a revenge porn website is asking Google to remove his own private photos (The Verge)
- Swiss Banks Try to Keep Italian Clients After Tax Deal Is Signed (Bloomberg)
- Lord Neuberger: access to justice is “crucial” to uphold Magna Carta rule of law (The Lawyer)
- Abercrombie & Fitch case: justices set to side with Muslim woman over headscarf (The Guardian)
- Abid Naseer New York trial shown Bin Laden documents (BBC News)
- World Cup winner Cannavaro faces jail after swimming in his own pool (CNN)
- Brit Death Row Witnesses Were ‘Threatened’ (Sky News)
- Austria passes controversial reforms to 1912 Islam law (BBC News)
- China’s top court rejects judicial independence as ‘erroneous thought’ (The Guardian)
- Roman Polanski appears in Polish court ahead of decision whether to extradite him to the US for historic sex charges that date from 1977 (Mail Online)