Morning Headlines 10/4/2015

Morning Headlines 10/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

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  1. Hatton Garden jewellery burglary: Insider theory explored as detectives ask all companies in the building for employee lists (The Independent)
  2. Cuba May Be Taken Off Terror Sponsor List (Sky News)
  3. Deutsche Bank faces Libor fine of more than $1.5bn (The FT)
  4. Milan court shooting: Man kills lawyer, judge and co-defendant (BBC News)
  5. Prince Andrew accuser Virginia Roberts now sued for defamation by top American lawyer (Telegraph)
  6. Largest firms have the least diverse trainee cohorts, SRA data reveals (Legal Week)
  7. Lord Stevens: Former Met chief under investigation over Stephen Lawrence ‘cover-up’ (The Independent)
  8. Oklahoma nitrogen gas execution bill gets unanimous yes vote in state senate (The Guardian)
  9. Walter Scott Killing: Cop’s Dashcam Released (Sky News)
  10. Majestic Wine buys Naked Wines (BBC News)
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