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Morning Headlines 24/08/2015

Morning Headlines 24/08/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Baker & McKenzie’s turnover takes a 4 per cent hit to $2.54m in year after record figures (The Lawyer) 
  2. Criminal lawyers suspend legal aid strike after 52 days in “goodwill” gesture (The Lawyer) 
  3. UK cuts its stake in Lloyds to below 13 percent (Reuters) 
  4. UK employers raise growth outlook (Reuters) 
  5. China stocks suffer biggest one-day fall since global financial crisis (Reuters) 
  6. Lady Butler-Sloss criticised for giving evidence for defence in child rape trial (The Guardian) 
  7. Pace of rent rises quickens as average UK rent reaches £937 a month (The Guardian) 
  8. Corbyn targets ‘ludicrous’ executive pay (The FT) 
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