Morning Headlines 6/3/2015

Morning Headlines 6/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. DUP to seek judicial review over election debate snub (BBC News)
  2. EU rules that ebooks are an ‘electronic service’ and subject to higher tax (The Verge)
  3. George Osborne admits RBS error and calls for early sale (The FT)
  4. Dozens arrested in cybercrime ‘strike week (BBC News)
  5. Assisted Suicide Bill: Nicola Sturgeon unconvinced (Scotsman)
  6. 30% of police cautions and fines used inappropriately, say MPs (The Guardian)
  7. Clifford Chance, CMS and Freshfields take key roles as Government sells Eurostar stake (The Lawyer)
  8. Police tackle serious crimes with ‘slap on wrist’, MPs warn (BBC News)
  9. US law firms see 2014 performance outpace 2013 as three more break $1bn mark (Legal Week)
  10. Lawyer sues for £1.5million after NHS blunder left her infertile (The Express)
  11. Mob Lynches Rape Suspect After Storming Jail (Sky News)
  12. Bali Nine: Australia complains over treatment of pair (BBC News)
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