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