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Morning Headlines 17/4/2015

Morning Headlines 17/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. A&O, Linklaters and Slaughters win roles on sale of Virgin Active (The Lawyer)
  2. Respect women’s right to wear veil in court, says Britain’s most senior judge (The Guardian)
  3. Sturgeon Tells Miliband: I Will Make You PM (Sky News)
  4. Freshfields and Simpson Thacher called in by Alibaba on $2.5bn online pharmacy deal (Legal Week)
  5. Karen Buckley murder: Man to appear in court (BBC News)
  6. Britain’s wealthy judges must prevent subconscious bias against poor people, says Lord Neuberger (The Independent)
  7. Hatton Garden jewellery heist gang ‘have struck before with £8 MILLION raid’ (The Express)
  8. Former JPMorgan Chase Broker Charged in $20 Million Fraud (NYT DealBook)
  9. If a politician breaks a promise should a voter have a legal remedy? (The FT)
  10. Julian Assange speech prompts judges to boycott legal conference (The Guardian)
  11. SRA proposes alternative to client accounts (Law Society Gazette)
  12. Muslim migrants arrested for allegedly throwing Christians into sea after brawl (Fox News)
  13. A&O and Cleary advise as Google faces EU antitrust claims (Legal Week)
  14. China jails journalist over leaked ‘state secrets’ (BBC News)
  15. Police consider challenge to CPS ruling not to charge Janner over abuse allegations (The Guardian)
  16. Lithuanian murder suspect to finally be sent home after four year human rights battle (The Express)
  17. Rapper Suge Knight Ordered To Stand Trial For Murder (Sky News)
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