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Morning Headlines 23/6/2015

Morning Headlines 23/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Greece crisis: EU steps back from the brink as leaders welcome last-minute Athens concessions (The Independent)
  2. Met police to step up targeted stop and search amid surge in knife-crime (The Guardian)
  3. Ladbrokes and Gala Coral, British Gambling Firms, Discuss Possible Merger (NYT DealBook)
  4. Murder Arrests After Three Die In House Fire (Sky News)
  5. Ashurst and BLP gifted roles on Nutella-maker Ferrero’s takeover bid for Thorntons (Legal Business)
  6. Gove to pursue urgent reform of ‘dysfunctional’ courts (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Murderer seeks to overturn ban on secret evidence going to Strasbourg (The Guardian)
  8. Prison worker reportedly smuggled escaped convicts tools in hamburger meat (Fox News)
  9. People-smuggling: ‘100 Britons’ jailed in France in past year (BBC News)
  10. Regulators plan to extend bank bonus clawback period to 10 years (The FT)
  11. Sullivan & Cromwell replaces Kirkland as Teva’s adviser for proposed $43bn acquisition of Mylan (The Lawyer)
  12. Madoff trustee’s appeal over $4bn recovery rejected by US supreme court (The Guardian)
  13. Rwandan spy chief Karenzi Karake arrested in London accused of war crimes (The Independent)
  14. Germany releases al-Jazeera journalist Ahmed Mansour after arrest (The Telegraph)
  15. White & Case’s City office wins first work from CVC as PE house leads on $2bn Alvogen acquisition (Legal Business)
  16. US appetite for hostile takeovers hits post-crisis high (The FT)
  17. Electronic tag to be removed from terror suspect who ‘feared it was bomb’ (The Guardian)
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