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Morning Headlines 29/5/2015

Morning Headlines 29/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Swiss Attorney General: We won’t hesitate to question Blatter (CNN)
  2. Jail terms under ‘legal highs’ law (BBC News)
  3. Keir Starmer defends Human Rights Act in maiden Commons speech (The Guardian)
  4. Apple can’t get rid of its court-appointed antitrust monitor, judge rules (The Verge)
  5. Biotech Cellectis in takeover talks with Pfizer (The FT)
  6. Most-wanted Nazi Gerhard Sommer – accused of 342 murders – is ‘unfit for trial’ says German court (The Independent)
  7. ‘Fanatic’ Briton Who Craved IS Martyrdom Jailed (Sky News)
  8. Freshfields loses Australia country lead to Ashurst (The Lawyer)
  9. David Cameron and Angela Merkel in EU reform talks (BBC News)
  10. Scotland bill may give Holyrood veto over Human Rights Act repeal (The Guardian)
  11. Man who had home-made gun in his attic branded an ‘idiot’ – by his own barrister (Gazette Live)
  12. Equinix to buy Telecity for £2.35bn (The FT)
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