Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 24 July

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The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts

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Lawyer suing Easyjet after he was wrongly banned from flying and blacklisted on ‘no fly’ list [Mirror]

Kensington stripey house owner loses High Court planning fight [The Telegraph]

First Giant Hogweed court case after boy, 7, left permanently scarred by toxic plant [Express]

CBA a no-show to Gove crunch talks due to “a genuine misunderstanding” [Twitter]


High Court orders judicial review of Cage charity funding decision [The Guardian]

Elderly neighbours of ex-Goldman Sachs partner face eviction and £500,000 bill after banker wins legal fight [Evening Standard]

Michael Gove’s prison policy: “making prisons work” [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Michael and the mystery of the disappearing prosecution service [The Secret Barrister]

Residential property paralegal required for fast growing London firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“The GDL students have the last laugh — do a History degree, get a first, do the GDL, get a pupillage.” [Legal Cheek Comments]