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Morning Headlines 4/6/2015

Morning Headlines 4/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. Apologies that we missed the headlines yesterday, we were attending our event at Allen & Overy, thanks to everyone who attended.

  1. Clifford Chance ups NQ salaries to £70,000 while 3 PQE pay nudges £100,000 (The Lawyer)
  2. Labor agrees ‘in principle’ to stripping citizenship from dual-national fighters (The Guardian)
  3. EU Referendum Remains Wide Open, Poll Shows (Sky News)
  4. PIPs disability benefit delay unlawful, says High Court (BBC News)
  5. Dish Network Joins Deal Mania With Bid for T-Mobile (NYT DealBook)
  6. MoJ hit with further £249m of cuts (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Fifa paid FA of Ireland ‘€5m’ to not pursue legal action over Thierry Henry handball in 2010 World Cup qualifier (The Independent)
  8. MPs David Davis and Tom Watson in court challenge over surveillance act (The Guardian)
  9. Taxpayers’ Stake In Royal Mail To Be Sold (Sky News)
  10. Lloyds hit by record £117m fine over PPI handling (BBC News)
  11. Akin Gump reveals trainee salary increases, sticks to Bingham’s £100k pay packet for NQs (The Lawyer)
  12. Dodging tube fare can result in criminal record (The Telegraph)
  13. Big Increase In Facebook And Twitter Crimes (Sky News)
  14. US woman pursues ex-boyfriend in landmark UK revenge-porn action (The Guardian)
  15. Linklaters’ Simon Davies: “We’re already the global elite” (The Lawyer)
  16. A&O brings in bonus pot to take on US rivals (Law Society Gazette)
  17. Pressure group Cage launches legal action against Charity Commission and accuses it of acting like ‘counter-terrorism police’ (The Independent)
  18. Eight out of 10 Malala suspects ‘secretly acquitted’ (BBC News)
  19. Human rights court allows France to take tetraplegic man off life support (The Guardian)
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