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Morning Headlines 29/4/2015

Morning Headlines 29/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Pupillages fall as work at bar shrinks (Law Society Gazette)
  2. Supreme Court Justices Hear Gay Marriage Case (Sky News)
  3. Campaigners win right to challenge assisted dying prosecution policy (The Guardian)
  4. Conservatives promise law to curb tax rises (BBC News)
  5. Bali Nine executions: Indonesia puts drugs smuggling ringleaders to death – ignoring global outcry (The Independent)
  6. Louis Vuitton’s chequered pattern under threat from EU (The Telegraph)
  7. Clyde & Co and Dentons increase partner intake on last year (Legal Business)
  8. Cleary and Slaughters advise as Santander Asset Management merges with Pioneer (The Lawyer)
  9. UK ‘flash crash’ trader to appear in court after failing to make bail (The Guardian)
  10. Lord Janner complainants to seek review of CPS decision (BBC News)
  11. Linklaters is most generous employer as UK top 30 spend up to 55% of revenue on staff (Legal Week)
  12. Judges dismiss bid by MPs to keep their expenses receipts secret (Daily Express)
  13. Court orders UK to cut pollution (BBC News)
  14. UK intelligence tribunal to rule on surveillance case (The Guardian)
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