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Morning Headlines 26/6/2015

Morning Headlines 26/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Clifford Chance and Linklaters advise on BOC’s $3.55bn Silk Road bond issuance (The Lawyer)
  2. Lawyers to refuse criminal cases in protest against cuts in legal aid fees (The Guardian)
  3. Scrap magistrates, cut juries and let professional judges decide (The Telegraph)
  4. David Cameron ‘delighted’ EU renegotiation under way (BBC News)
  5. Default and Grexit days away, but Eurogroup still holds out faint hope of a deal (The Independent)
  6. Hollande Calls Uber’s Ride-Hailing Service Illegal Amid Protests (Bloomberg)
  7. Slaughter and May, Allen & Overy and Linklaters braced for key elections in 2016 as Freshfields announces revamped leadership (Legal Week)
  8. Deal On Migrants Struck Amid Calais Chaos (Sky News)
  9. Cuts to legal aid exacerbate two-nation justice (The Guardian)
  10. Machete man inspired by Jihadi John guilty of attempted murder in ‘revenge for Lee Rigby’ (The Express)
  11. Cravath, Linklaters, Simpson and Sullivan scoop top roles on Ahold Delhaize merger (The Lawyer)
  12. Rwandan spy chief granted £1 million bail (The Telegraph)
  13. Is the Chinese stock market bubble about to burst? (The Independent)
  14. Saved by the Bell actor Dustin Diamond is jailed (BBC News)
  15. Obamacare upheld by US supreme court as conservative justices rescue law (The Guardian)
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