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Morning Headlines 22/06/2016

Morning Headlines 22/06/2016

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Diesels more polluting below 18C, research suggests (BBC News)
  2. Mitsubishi forecasts huge loss in wake of fuel scandal (BBC News)
  3. Debenhams confident despite sales fall (BBC News)
  4. RBS bank sheds another 900 jobs in cost-cutting drive (BBC News)
  5. Ellie Butler judge ‘took unwarranted steps’ to reunite her with violent parents (The Guardian)
  6. Overstretched doctors urge two-week absence before workers need to see GP (The Guardian)
  7. Regulators warn on risks posed by bitcoin (Financial Times)
  8. Call for probe of entire VW board (Financial Times)
  9. My Local calls in administrators putting 1,700 jobs at risk (The Telegraph)
  10. Ofgem approves a 354-mile power cable from UK to Norway (The Telegraph)
  11. Taylor Swift joins copyright law plea (BBC News)
  12. New British judge chosen for European court of human rights (The Guardian)
  13. Russia rules out Olympic boycott but may take legal action against IAAF (The Guardian)
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