Morning Headlines 16/3/2015

Morning Headlines 16/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Nick Clegg blocks terror laws banning extremists from universities (The Telegraph)
  2. British teenage girl charged with trying to join Kurdish forces fighting Isis (The Guardian)
  3. Police Shoot Gunman After Car Chase On Live TV (Sky News)
  4. US millionaire Durst held after saying he ‘killed them all’ in documentary (BBC News)
  5. Slaughters advises as GSK offloads $853m shares in drug maker Aspen (Legal Week)
  6. Low-tech sexism in America’s high-tech heartland sees $16m gender discrimination court case The Independent)
  7. Pentagon denies UN investigator chance to interview Guantánamo detainees (The Guardian)
  8. One Million Brazilians Show Anger At Corruption (Sky News)
  9. Holcim rejects €42bn merger with rival Lafarge (FT)
  10. ‘Teaching law firm’: Nottingham Trent becomes first university to apply for ABS licence (The Lawyer)
  11. David Cameron steps in after NHS whistleblower is pursued for £100,000 in costs after losing her case on legal technicality (The Independent)
  12. The Ministry of Justice’s double standards on domestic violence (The Guardian)
  13. Shooting Of Ferguson Police: Suspect Charged (Sky News)
  14. Syria-bound UK teens stopped in Turkey released on bail (BBC News)
  15. ‘Belle de Jour’ sues ex-boyfriend for saying she wasn’t a prostitute (The Independent)
  16. Government trying to keep secret spy agencies’ unlawful conduct, IPT hears (The Guardian)
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