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Morning Headlines 1/6/2015

Morning Headlines 1/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. PM at odds with Theresa May and Michael Gove over human rights (The Guardian)
  2. US surveillance powers expire as Senate deal fails (BBC News)
  3. Britain to Extend Trading Plan to Reduce Its Stake in Lloyds Banking Group (NYT DealBook)
  4. Fears Over Thai Beach Murders Evidence (Sky News)
  5. Britain could turn into ‘Nazi Germany’ if it dumps Human Rights Act, blasts UN envoy (The Express)
  6. Did Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht deserve a life sentence? (Mashable)
  7. UK police requests to access phone calls or emails are granted 93% of the time (The Guardian)
  8. Slaughters and Pinsent Masons dominate stock market and Aim client rankings (The Lawyer)
  9. Escaped Criminal: I’m On The Costa Del Sol (Sky News)
  10. Bakers wins role alongside Slaughters on Equinix’s £2.35bn takeover of Freshfields client Telecity (Legal Business)
  11. Serious Fraud Office looking at material relating to Fifa allegations (The Guardian)
  12. Dewey Barclays trial goes ahead with just one defendant as three ex-partners settle (The Lawyer)
  13. 30 years on death row and many appeals later, ‘deck is always stacked against you’ (The Guardian)
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