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Morning Headlines 28/4/2015

Morning Headlines 28/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Training contract numbers down by 5 per cent (The Lawyer)
  2. Google will pay you to keep your ideas out of the hands of patent trolls (The Verge)
  3. High court ruling paves way for courts to decide whether bridge is a sport (The Guardian)
  4. If Ed Miliband makes ‘Islamophobia’ illegal, I volunteer to test the new law immediately (The Spectator)
  5. Baltimore declares emergency as Freddie Gray riots erupt (BBC News)
  6. Ukip offers Christians who object to gay marriage special legal protection (The Telegraph)
  7. Sewol ferry captain jailed for murder of 304 passengers (CNN)
  8. ‘No Point In Trying To Hurt’ Boston Bomber (Sky News)
  9. Mishcon to bring judicial review against KPMG over interest rate mis-selling compensation (The Lawyer)
  10. Same-sex marriage: US supreme court has few choices but to ‘end the debate’ (The Guardian)
  11. Grandmother denied $41.8m casino jackpot payout (BBC News)
  12. Colorado Cinema Killer ‘Came To Slaughter’ (Sky News)
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