Morning Headlines 11/3/2015

Morning Headlines 11/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Pharrell’s $7.3m Bill For Copying Marvin Gaye (Sky News)
  2. UK extradition procedures may breach human rights, say peers (The Guardian)
  3. MPs expected to back cigarette plain packaging (BBC News)
  4. Ireland mistakenly legalises drugs: Twitter reacts to bizarre loophole allowing ecstasy, ketamine and magic mushrooms for one night only (The Independent)
  5. Utah lawmakers vote to become only state to allow firing squad (Fox News)
  6. Germany backs plan to allow EU migrants to travel passport free-through Europe (Daily Express)
  7. Boston Bomber Trial Sees Blood-Stained Note (Sky News)
  8. Wikipedia is suing the NSA over mass internet surveillance (The Verge)
  9. Nemtsov murder: Zaur Dadayev confession ‘forced’ (BBC News)
  10. Univision sets sights on $1bn IPO (The FT)
  11. DWF tears up UK-only strategy with Dubai office launch (The Lawyer)
  12. Criminal legal aid challenge resumes (Law Society Gazette)
  13. US teenager charged with soliciting murder after ‘hiring’ classmate to kill his family (The Independent)
  14. Wind farm tycoon Dale Vince awaits post-divorce payout ruling (BBC News)
  15. New law means job applicants cannot be forced to reveal spent convictions (The Guardian)
  16. Italy’s Top Court Upholds Berlusconi Acquittal (Sky News)
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