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Morning Headlines 20/4/2015

Morning Headlines 20/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. White & Case mulls NQ salary hike to £90k (The Lawyer)
  2. Journalists should not face trial over payment of officials, says ex-DPP (The Guardian)
  3. Ukip sets lawyers on biased BBC: Furious Farage goes to war over Left-wing debate audience (The Express)
  4. The court case that proves you can’t sue politicians for breaking their election promises (The Telegraph)
  5. Family Wins Back $80m ‘Double Eagle’ Coins (Sky News)
  6. Boy, 14, from Blackburn held over Australia ‘terror plot’ (BBC News)
  7. Theresa May admits justice system fails families over deaths in police custody (The Guardian)
  8. Joseph Goebbels’ family suing publishers Random House over royalties from Nazi propaganda minsiter’s biography (The Independent)
  9. Justice Department ‘leaning towards blocking Comcast take over of TimeWarner Cable’ (NYT DealBook)
  10. France wants to fight terrorism by spying on everyone (The Verge)
  11. Deutsche Bank prepares to spin off Postbank (The FT)
  12. Election 2015: Cameron wants to sell Lloyds shares to public (BBC News)
  13. Living on death row in Tennessee: ‘The rollercoaster is exhausting’ (The Guardian)
  14. Oskar Groning: Auschwitz guard, 93, on trial for complicity in murder of 300,000 (The Independent)
  15. A&O makes up nine women in largest promotions round for three years (The Lawyer)
  16. Society warns Treasury on non-dom tax plans (Law Society Gazette)
  17. TV ‘exposure’ of Scientology halted by UK libel law split (The Guardian)
  18. Vigilante paedophile hunter arrested over ‘assault’ and ‘blackmail’ of two men accused of attempting to meet with underage girls (The Independent)
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