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Morning Headlines 24/4/2015

Morning Headlines 24/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. PM sets out ‘English votes’ timetable (BBC News)
  2. Crime rate in England and Wales falls 7% to lowest level since 1981 (The Guardian)
  3. Lord Janner: Britain’s top prosecutor defends decision not to charge Labour peer with child sex crimes (The Independent)
  4. HSBC Launches Immediate Review Of UK Base (Sky News)
  5. Slaughters, Paul Weiss and Hengeler act as Deutsche Bank fined $2.5bn (Legal Business)
  6. Comcast walks away from $45bn TWC deal (The FT)
  7. Hatton Garden heist: £20,000 reward offered by police (BBC News)
  8. Nick Clegg calls for review of DPP’s decision not to prosecute Lord Janner (The Guardian)
  9. Hundreds of solicitors attend vote for justice rally (Law Society Gazette)
  10. Indonesia summons foreign officials as execution of ‘Bali Nine’ drug-smuggling gang nears (The Express)
  11. Tower Hamlets Mayor Axed Over Corruption (Sky News)
  12. Blackburn boy, 14, in court over Australia terror ‘plot’ (BBC News)
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