Morning Headlines 23/10/2014

Morning Headlines 23/10/2014

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  1. Initiative promises legal advice for those without lawyers in courts (via The Guardian)
  2. Latham & Watkins, Macfarlanes and Travers Smith lead on £200m Gorkana sale (via Legal Business)
  3. Now the FBI is asking Congress to weaken iPhone and Android security (via The Verge)
  4. Canada Gunman Was Convert to Islam With Criminal Record (via Bloomberg)
  5. Mylan tweaks $5bn ‘inversion’ deal (via The FT)
  6. Notorious Cop Killer Harry Roberts May Be Freed (via Sky News)
  7. Retired judge Sir John Royce criticises legal cuts (via BBC News)
  8. Man in police custody after ‘throwing marbles’ during PMQs in House of Commons (via The Express)
  9. Clifford Chance and Allen & Overy advise on government’s £2.7bn ‘bad bank’ mortgage sale (via Legal Week)
  10. David Cameron defends progress on bringing foreign criminals to justice (via The Guardian)
  11. US Supreme Court makes rare correction made in Justice Ginsburg’s dissent on Texas voter ID law
  12. Jury retrial begins on whether Jodi Arias should get life or death sentence (via CNN)
  13. Barclay brothers lose legal fight over the future of Sark (via The Independent)
  14. Graduates ‘should pay back fees to universities’ (via BBC News)
  15. Mexican military tried to cover up murders of up to 15 people, report says (via The Guardian)

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