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Morning Headlines 20/5/2015

Morning Headlines 20/5/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. High Court rejects ‘flash crash’ trader’s bail appeal (The FT)
  2. Trainee barred for faking legal qualifications (Law Society Gazette)
  3. Operation Hydrant: 1,400 child abuse suspects identified (BBC News)
  4. Hatton Garden Heist: Third Suspect Named (Sky News)
  5. Michael Gove sworn in as lord chancellor (The Guardian)
  6. Bakery that refused to bake cake with gay slogan loses N. Ireland case (CNN)
  7. UBS to Pay Over $500 Million in Fines for Manipulating Currencies and Libor (NYT DealBook)
  8. Scotland may have to leave the EU even if it votes to stay in, David Cameron confirms (The Independent)
  9. Network Rail turns to Eversheds for legal challenge over rail workers’ looming walkout (Legal Business)
  10. PayPal penalised for ‘deceptive’ practices (BBC News)
  11. BLP gains new AIM client as it advises on Stride Gaming’s $103m IPO (The Lawyer)
  12. Heroin Bust ‘Enough For Everyone In New York’ (Sky News)
  13. Theresa May pledges £15m to keep mentally ill people out of police cells (The Guardian)
  14. Allen & Overy advises Computer Sciences Corp on split (Legal Week)
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