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Morning Headlines 13/4/2015

Morning Headlines 13/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Liberal Democrats propose new digital rights bill (The Guardian)
  2. General Election 2015: Public access to justice is at risk, says ex-prosecutor Sir Keir Starmer (The Independent)
  3. Jail Threat As ‘Revenge Porn’ Law Comes In (Sky News)
  4. Hogan Lovells among raft of firms on GE’s financial restructuring (Legal Business)
  5. Italian pizza chefs threaten legal action over McDonald’s advert claiming children prefer hamburgers (The Telegraph)
  6. City firms reveal high trainee retention rates (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Hezbollah defendants at large but journalists in dock at UN tribunal (The Guardian)
  8. Reed Smith and Osborne Clarke tapped for £70m Majestic Wine deal (Legal Week)
  9. Man arrested over murder of Syrian Abdul Hadi Arwani (BBC News)
  10. Google Could Face Formal EU Charges And Fines (Sky News)
  11. Access to justice a greater concern than free healthcare – poll (The Guardian)
  12. Protesters in Brazil push to impeach President Dilma Rousseff (CNN)
  13. Supreme Court to rule on illegal pollution levels (The Independent)
  14. Labour plans to give complainants right to review in rape cases (The Guardian)
  15. Barrister May Be UK’s Biggest Fare Dodger (Sky News)
  16. Gender abortion case shows CPS run by ‘secular extremists’ – MP (The Telegraph)
  17. Cyclists in near miss with train should be prosecuted (BBC News)
  18. Cannabis smokers warned they risk poorer exam grades (The Guardian)
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