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Morning Headlines 27/4/2015

Morning Headlines 27/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Senior judge: politicians are ignoring harm caused by cuts to legal system (The Guardian)
  2. Bali Nine: Indonesia condemned over imminent executions (BBC News)
  3. UK government warns BP over potential takeover (The FT)
  4. Labour To Cap Rents To Help ‘Generation Rent’ (Sky News)
  5. Dewey & LeBoeuf Trial Is Expected to Be Lengthy (NYT DealBook)
  6. Oregon anti-gay bakers ordered to pay $135,000 after refusing to make cake for same-sex wedding (The Independent)
  7. A €350bn asset manager: Slaughters and Links lead on Santander and UniCredit’s asset management merger (Legal Business)
  8. Department of Justice scuppers $30bn semiconductor merger (The FT)
  9. Lutfur Rahman ruling is a democratic outrage (The Guardian)
  10. Cinema Massacre: Killer’s Trial Gets Under Way (Sky News)
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