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Morning Headlines 10/6/2015

Morning Headlines 10/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. MPs to debate assisted dying legislation (The Guardian)
  2. Osborne To Push Through Budget Surplus Rules (Sky News)
  3. Ross Ulbricht appeals life sentence for running Silk Road drug market (The Verge)
  4. Apple’s music deals draw antitrust scrutiny in US (The FT)
  5. Jean Charles de Menezes family in European court challenge (BBC News)
  6. Cinema Shooting Trial: Three Jurors Dismissed (Sky News)
  7. Marriage Act should change to allow same-sex union, says human rights commission (The Guardian)
  8. Michael Jackson’s lawyer loses High Court battle over Dewey & LeBoeuf loan (Legal Futures)
  9. French mother sues government for failing to stop son go to Syria for jihad (The Telegraph)
  10. Search For Escaped Killers Moves After Tip Off (Sky News)
  11. Feds raid Chicago man’s house for allegedly leaking massive celebrity photo archive (The Independent)
  12. Naked Rambler makes history by appearing before judges nude (The Express)
  13. Immigrants who beat their children should get special treatment, says judge (The Telegraph)
  14. Pakistan executes man who was minor when convicted (BBC News)
  15. British Businessman Released From China Jail (Sky News)
  16. Cleveland activists aim to force murder trial with obscure law in Tamir Rice case (The Guardian)
  17. Defence lawyer attacks victim’s relative as 11 men are sentenced to death for Egyptian football riot that killed 70 fans (The Independent)
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