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Morning Headlines 26/5/2015

Morning Headlines 26/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. British judges not bound by European court of human rights, says Leveson (The Guardian)
  2. EU Migrants Banned From Vote On Europe (Sky News)
  3. Charter to announce $55 billion takeover of Time Warner Cable (NYT DealBook)
  4. What Would Happen If Greece Doesn’t Pay the IMF: Q&A (Bloomberg)
  5. PM tells EC president Britons ‘unhappy with status quo’ (BBC News)
  6. Slug & Lettuce Owner To Drink To £1bn Float (Sky News)
  7. Legal experts call for greater scrutiny of surveillance laws (The Guardian)
  8. ‘We’re next’ says Italy after Irish gay marriage vote (The Telegraph)
  9. Five internet trolls a day convicted in UK as figures show ten-fold increase (The Telegraph)
  10. Lib Dem leadership rivals unite to save Human Rights Act (The Guardian)
  11. Triple murder suspect Jed Allen found dead in Oxford woodland (BBC News)
  12. Journalist’s Spying Trial Starts In Iran (Sky News)
  13. UN investigates Briton on death row in Ethiopia (The Guardian)
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