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Morning Headlines 18/5/2015

Morning Headlines 18/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Men-only divorce law firm for fathers feeling let down by family courts to open in London (The Independent)
  2. Keir Starmer rules himself out of Labour leadership contest (The Guardian)
  3. Many businesses do not fear leaving the EU (BBC News)
  4. Nine Killed In Waco Biker Gang Gun Battle (Sky News)
  5. Travers Smith adds seven new partners in bumper round (Legal Business)
  6. Clifford Chance and Linklaters advise on £780m New Look sale to Brait (The Lawyer)
  7. BBC faces illegal state aid backlash from producers over expansion (The Telegraph)
  8. Eurosceptic David Davis could oppose government on human rights reform (The Guardian)
  9. Squire Patton Boggs and Ropes & Gray act on £150m Poundworld investment (Legal Week)
  10. Alibaba gets sued by Gucci for fakes…again (CNN)
  11. Hunting Vote Could Be Just Months Away (Sky News)
  12. Online gaming firm 888 makes takeover approach for Bwin (BBC News)
  13. Poland pays $250,000 to victims of CIA rendition and torture (The Guardian)
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