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- Nick Clegg to make drug law election pledge (BBC News)
- Complaints to solicitors’ regulator over libel demands from Galloway’s lawyers (The Guardian)
- U.S. Companies Are Stashing $2.1 Trillion Overseas to Avoid Taxes (Bloomberg)
- British ruling to overturn New Zealand murder conviction raises fresh doubts over abolition of London jurisdiction (The Telegraph)
- Boston Marathon bombing: Opening statements to begin in bombing trial (CNN)
- Australian radio station which broadcast Duchess of Cambridge hoax call broke the law (Express)
- ‘No Proof’ Son Is Jihadi John, Says Father (Sky News)
- France ‘violates EU treaty on smacking children’ (BBC News)
- Ashurst keeps on 21 of 23 in stellar retention round BUT Practice area mismatch as Hogan Lovells retention nosedives (The Lawyer)
- Grayling JR amendment ‘unlawful’ – High Court (Law Society Gazette)
- ‘Plebgate’ Pc accepts libel damages (BBC News)
- Is shoplifting from Fortnum & Mason less of a crime than pilfering from Poundland? (The Telegraph)
- Ferguson Police Probe Finds Pattern Of Bias (Sky News)