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Morning Headlines 11/6/2015

Morning Headlines 11/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Lionel Messi ‘To Face Trial’ Over Tax Charges (Sky News)
  2. Businessman is first person jailed under forced marriage laws (The Guardian)
  3. Carney seeks tougher sentences for ‘irresponsible’ traders (BBC News)
  4. Dentons in merger talks with 21 firms as it aims for Asia expansion and Latin America foothold (The Lawyer)
  5. Review Of Anti-Terror Data Laws To Be Released (Sky News)
  6. Government forges ahead with legal aid cuts (Law Society Gazette)
  7. French and Brazilian law firms on call for Telefónica’s €7.5bn acquisition of Vivendi division (The Lawyer)
  8. Jean Charles de Menezes arguments heard in Strasbourg (The Guardian)
  9. British graduate arrested for causing earthquake ‘upset and scared’ (Sky News)
  10. RBS government stake to be sold, chancellor announces (BBC News)
  11. Nestlé launches legal challenge to Maggi noodle ban (The FT)
  12. Blatter’s Computers Seized By Investigators (Sky News)
  13. Clifford Chance retained by oil company SOCO amid Congo corruption row (The Lawyer)
  14. Boy wins £120,000 damages for narcolepsy caused by swine flu vaccine (The Guardian)
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