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Morning Headlines 14/5/2015

Morning Headlines 14/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. ‘Radical’ City Devolution Plans To Be Unveiled (Sky News)
  2. What will the new Parliament look like? (BBC News)
  3. Retention of offenders’ DNA profiles not illegal, supreme court rules (The Guardian)
  4. Allen & Overy and White & Case set to launch South Korea offices (Legal Week)
  5. 76-year-old B&B owner cuts risk of New World Oil takeover (The FT)
  6. Cameron faces Tory backbench rebellion over plans to scrap the Human Rights Act (The Telegraph)
  7. Cleary, Milbank and Paul Weiss win roles on $2bn Cushman & Wakefield merger with DTZ (The Lawyer)
  8. Google must be more open on ‘right to be forgotten’, academics warn in letter (The Guardian)
  9. Corfu Gas Deaths: Thomas Cook ‘Breached Duty’ (Sky News)
  10. Driver of train becomes focus after NTSB reveals train’s high speed before crash (Fox News)
  11. Wragges and McDermott win roles on $1.27bn AstraZeneca and Innate Pharma agreement (The Lawyer)
  12. Jury To Decide Boston Marathon Bomber’s Fate (Sky News)
  13. US Department of Justice judgments on RBS and Barclays ‘delayed’ (The Guardian)
  14. Clifford Chance’s top-tier partners in jeopardy as firm approves lockstep overhaul (Legal Week)
  15. OECD attacks ‘aggressive’ tech tax plans (BBC News)
  16. Robbie Williams And Wife Deny Sex Harassment (Sky News)
  17. Argentinian judges back colleague, 97, amid row over his competence (The Guardian)
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