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Morning Headlines 30/4/2015

Morning Headlines 30/4/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Supreme court asks if execution drugs are like being ‘burned alive at the stake’ (The Guardian)
  2. Forex probes push RBS to £446m deficit (The FT)
  3. GCHQ breached Libyan dissident’s human rights, says watchdog (The Telegraph)
  4. Indonesia executions: ‘Saddened’ Lindsay Sandiford ‘could be next’ (The Guardian)
  5. Sainsbury’s chief executive Mike Coupe sentenced to jail in Egypt (The Independent)
  6. Woolworths Workers Lose Compensation Fight (Sky News)
  7. Greek court gives dead man six-month suspended jail sentence (The Guardian)
  8. Libya’s $1.2bn Goldman lawsuit hangs in balance after lawyers quit (The Telegraph)
  9. Stalking victim warns of legal loophole (BBC News)
  10. Zoopla Agrees £160m Deal To Buy uSwitch (Sky News)
  11. Baltimore imposes bail bonds of half a million dollars in legal crackdown (The Guardian)
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