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Morning Headlines 16/12/2014

Morning Headlines 16/12/2014

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. Tweet us to let us know what you think of the new website! Remember, we’re looking for volunteers to edit and write for our new study advice section!

  1. Failed London 21/7 suicide bombers lose appeal (The Guardian)
  2. ‘English votes for English laws’ plans to be unveiled (BBC News)
  3. Potential $1 billion Apple iPod judgment is now in jury’s hands (The Verge)
  4. Sandy Hook Families Sue Gun Manufacturer (Sky News)
  5. Google Says Death Threats Don’t Trump Copyright, YouTube (Bloomberg)
  6. Heroism bill survives Lords vote (Law Society Gazette)
  7. Father treated ‘like Kafka character’ by Family Court – top judge (The Telegraph)
  8. BT Set To Buy EE Mobile Phone Network (Sky News)
  9. Planning law policy ‘fuels inappropriate development’ (BBC News)
  10. Jimmy Savile victims’ compensation scheme approved by appeal court (The Guardian)
  11. Ex-JJB Sports boss jailed for ‘very greedy’ fraud (The Express)
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