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Morning Headlines 19/5/2015

Morning Headlines 19/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Cameron to publish EU referendum bill one day after Queen’s speech (The Guardian)
  2. Ruling Due On Refusal To Make Gay Rights Cake (Sky News)
  3. Court will reduce Apple’s $930 million win in Samsung patent case (The Verge)
  4. Skadden and Ropes pick up lead roles on Endo’s $8bn acquisition of rival Par (The Lawyer)
  5. BBC journalist arrested for filming Qatar World Cup 2022 workers (The Telegraph)
  6. ‘Psychopathic’ Killer Nurse Faces Life In Jail (Sky News)
  7. Deutsche Bank mulls UK EU exit plan (BBC News)
  8. Saudi Arabia hiring eight new executioners as part of ‘unprecedented spike’ in killings (The Independent)
  9. GCHQ spies given immunity from anti-hacking laws (The Telegraph)
  10. Biker Gang Accused Could Face Death Penalty (Sky News)
  11. Thai ex-PM Yingluck Shinawatra’s negligence trial begins (BBC News)
  12. Unregistered surrogate-born children creating ‘legal timebomb’, judge warns (The Guardian)
  13. Billionaire Russian businessman found dead outside Surrey home could have been poisoned (The Independent)
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