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Morning Headlines 9/6/2015

Morning Headlines 9/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. E-cigarette ban in enclosed spaces in Wales pushes ahead (BBC News)
  2. A&O launches Middle East training contracts (The Lawyer)
  3. Wrongfully jailed men lose high court actions in battle for compensation (The Guardian)
  4. Lawyers see breakthrough in UK-Russia extradition cases (The FT)
  5. Boris Johnson backs EU referendum freedom for ministers (BBC News)
  6. Female Worker Quizzed Over ‘Shawshank’ Jail Break (Sky News)
  7. Freshfields freezes associate pay bands – move puts firm behind Magic Circle peers’ NQ wages (Legal Business)
  8. Solitary confinement: US man to be freed after 43 years (BBC News)
  9. G.E. to Sell Buyout Financing Business for $12 Billion (NYT Dealbook)
  10. Woman sues eBay, claims she owns the sun (Fox News)
  11. Obama lawyers asked secret court to ignore public court’s decision on spying (The Guardian)
  12. Alton Towers faces paying out millions in compensation as bosses admit blame for rollercoaster crash that left girl, 17, having her leg amputated above the knee (Mail Online)
  13. Egypt football riot death sentences upheld by court (BBC News)
  14. Jennifer Lopez sued for ‘tarnishing women’s honor’ after raunchy Morocco gig sparks outrage (The Independent)
  15. Teen Makes Plea To Spare Her Death Row Dad (Sky News)
  16. Britain urged to end arms trade with Saudi Arabia after blogger ruling (The Guardian)
  17. Snoop Dogg sues beer firm over sale of brand (BBC News)
  18. Oscar Pistorius to be released on parole in August (The Telegraph)
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