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Morning Headlines 27/5/2015

Morning Headlines 27/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. EU Referendum: ‘Yes’ To Stay Or ‘No’ To Leave (Sky News)
  2. Queen’s Speech: David Cameron pledges tax cuts but delays scrapping Human Rights Act (The Telegraph)
  3. Queen’s speech 2015: a bill-by-bill guide to the next parliament (The Guardian)
  4. ‘The UK is becoming the world leader in censorship’, says obscenity lawyer following porn ID checks proposal (The Independent)
  5. Irish government backs sale of Aer Lingus to IAG (Reuters)
  6. NI legal aid: Barristers quit criminal cases in protest (BBC News)
  7. Federal appeals court sides with Texas against Obama on immigration (CNN)
  8. Snapchat chief outlines plans for IPO (The FT)
  9. Queen’s speech: civil liberties under threat, warns Nick Clegg (The Guardian)
  10. FIFA Officials Held On $100m Corruption Charges (Sky News)
  11. Corporal punishment: Irish smacking law violates European charter (BBC News)
  12. Charter and Time Warner Cable turn to raft of US firms for $78m merger (The Lawyer)
  13. Society fears for legal professional privilege (Law Society Gazette)
  14. Trial Opens in Collapse of Dewey & LeBoeuf Firm (NYT DealBook)
  15. US supreme court to review murder case that excluded all potential black jurors (The Guardian)
  16. Amnesty: Hamas carried out Gaza killings and torture (BBC News)
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