Morning Headlines 19/3/2015

Morning Headlines 19/3/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Lib Dems to reverse court fee hikes if they win general election (The Independent)
  2. EU exit would make 2m Britons abroad illegal immigrants overnight – Grieve (The Guardian)
  3. Tunis Bardo museum: ‘Four suspects’ arrested for links to attack (BBC News)
  4. UK Supreme Court fails to overturn benefits cap that ‘violates international law’ (RT)
  5. Criminal legal aid appeal – judgment tomorrow (Law Society Gazette)
  6. One Direction Ordered To Pay ‘Weed Bond’ (Sky News)
  7. Latham to close Abu Dhabi and Doha offices (Legal Week)
  8. Bloomberg and Gates launch legal fund to help countries fight big tobacco (The Guardian)
  9. Foreign students are welcome, say UK university applicants (BBC News)
  10. Execution of man convicted as teenager on hold in Pakistan (CNN)
  11. Jeremy Clarkson ‘threatens legal action’ over Jimmy Savile comparisons made by ‘BBC source’ (The Independent)
  12. IS Must Be Put On Trial For Genocide, UN Says (Sky News)
  13. Auto Trader Group Is Valued at $3.5 Billion in London I.P.O. (NYT DealBook)
  14. Man painted himself black to evade US police in worst idea ever (The Independent)
  15. Why is US attorney general such a controversial job? (BBC News)
  16. Texas prosecutor accused of misconduct for role in famous execution case (The Guardian)
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