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Morning Headlines 11/11/2014

Morning Headlines 11/11/2014

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  1. EU court ruling backs curbs on ‘benefit tourism’ (BBC News)
  2. ‘Fake sheikh’ fails in bid to stop Panorama revealing appearance (The Guardian)
  3. Davis Polk and Linklaters act on UBM’s £565m rights issue (Legal Business)
  4. Oscar Pistorius appeal hearing set for December 9 (The Telegraph)
  5. Baker & McKenzie, CMS and Taylor Wessing line up for Gherkin sale (The Lawyer)
  6. Largest listed law firm’s shares sink as deal sparks fresh panic (The Independent)
  7. Law change allows first ecigarette ad to be shown on British TV (The FT)
  8. Sainsbury’s loses legal challenge against Tesco ad campaign (The Guardian)
  9. Uganda planning new anti-gay law despite opposition (BBC News)
  10. Rolling Stones in £8m insurance battle over cancelled shows (Mail Online)
  11. Ashurst, Freshfields, Linklaters and Clifford Chance to advise the big four on CMA’s high street banking probe (Legal Week)
  12. Supreme Court could weigh in on same sex marriage bans by next June (Fox News)
  13. South Korea ferry disaster captain jailed for 36 years over sinking that killed more than 300 (The Independent)
  14. Gary Glitter Denies Sex Abuse Allegations (Sky News)
  15. Labour to call Commons debate on European Arrest Warrant row (BBC News)
  16. Conservatives’ British bill of rights proposal to guarantee freedom of press (The Guardian)
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