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Morning Headlines 25/6/2015

Morning Headlines 25/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. More people than ever being convicted of violence against women, figures show (The Guardian)
  2. Tsipras Holds Nonstop Creditor Talks to Avert Greek Default (Bloomberg)
  3. Court of Appeal comes under fire for year-long delays on hearings (The Lawyer)
  4. David Cameron to begin EU talks with European leaders (BBC News)
  5. QASA to go ahead as Supreme Court dismisses appeal (Law Society Gazette)
  6. Court reforms may take guilty pleas online (The FT)
  7. Pupils denied university place due to immigration status ‘should get loans’ (The Guardian)
  8. South Africa may leave ICC over Bashir arrest row (BBC News)
  9. Baker & McKenzie makes up three partners in London as part of 83-strong promotions round (Legal Week)
  10. 2nd New York prison worker charged in connection with killers’ escape (CNN)
  11. Marksman ‘Convinced Of Danger’ In Rodney Killing (Sky News)
  12. Defence spending: Private Member’s Bill calls for 2% UK law (BBC News)
  13. Merseyside barristers and solicitors back direct action (Law Society Gazette)
  14. Bosnian court grants wartime rape victim compensation in landmark ruling (The Guardian)
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