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Morning Headlines 04/08/2015

Morning Headlines 04/08/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. RBS Shares Sold At £1bn Loss To Taxpayers (Sky News)
  2. NHS told to fill only essential vacancies due to ‘almost unprecedented’ finances (The Guardian)
  3. G20 countries pay over $1,000 per citizen in fossil fuel subsidies, say IMF (The Guardian)
  4. Exclusive: Clifford Chance’s London office set to embrace agile working (The Lawyer)
  5. Hogan Lovells and Shearman & Sterling win roles on Nokia’s £2bn sale of digital mapping service (The Lawyer)
  6. UK supreme court urged to appoint Welsh judge (The Guardian)
  7. EY: Firm says it will not longer consider degrees or A-level results when assessing employees (The Independent)
  8. Tom Hayes conviction a big victory for UK’s Serious Fraud Office (The FT)
  9. Britain extends Isis bombing campaign by two years (The Independent)
  10. Kirkland & Ellis and Sidley turn to Freshfields and Weil for London finance boost (Legal Week)
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