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Morning Headlines 15/6/2015

Morning Headlines 15/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. David Cameron: British bill of rights will ‘safeguard legacy’ of Magna Carta (The Guardian)
  2. Justice Secretary Gove Sparks Row Over Tory Donor Appointment (Sky News)
  3. ‘No deal’ with Greece as talks in Brussels fail (BBC News)
  4. Europcar Plans to Sell $963 Million in Shares in Paris I.P.O. (NYT DealBook)
  5. Germany drops investigation into claims the NSA tapped Angela Merkel’s phone (The Verge)
  6. Brain-injured man’s family fights to continue NHS medical treatment (The Guardian)
  7. Woman ‘wins £37,000 damages’ after she was strip-searched and left naked by Met police (The Independent)
  8. Legal system ‘failing’ older people, says commissioner (BBC News)
  9. US companies regain their appetite for tax inversion deals (The FT)
  10. Elite firms accused of ‘poshness test’ (Law Society Gazette)
  11. Law firm attempts to charge students for work experience (The Lawyer)
  12. Will Stacey Hyde’s acquittal finally change hearts and minds? (The Guardian)
  13. Amazon takes magic circle advice for e-books antitrust investigation (Legal Week)
  14. Mick and Mairead Philpott’s £350,000 defence bill draws criticism (The Independent)
  15. Lawyers Flag Doubts Over Reviewer’s HBOS Role (Sky News)
  16. Abortion: Court challenge to NI law to begin (BBC News)
  17. Any payments to people smugglers ‘may have broken Australian law’ (The Guardian)
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