Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 12 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Article 50: House of Commons debates urgent question on legal process for leaving EU [Independent]

Cavaliers and Roundheads: four thoughts about the Article 50 litigation [Jack of Kent blog]

Southern rail: City lawyer issues legal threat to crisis-hit operator [Evening Standard]

Former platinum workers bid to challenge firm at supreme court [The Guardian]

Liverpool’s Mamadou Sakho facing fresh legal battle over doping verdict [The Telegraph]

😴 [Twitter]

Court showdown set between Phones 4U tycoon and former business partner [The Telegraph]

Law firm Clyde & Co confirms faith in Europe by launching first German office [City A.M.]

‘Our dead son loved life — change the law’ [Newsbeat]

Jailed paedophile in legal bid to win back his gold-plated mobile phone [Birmingham Mail]

Police storm Stuttgart law firm after reports of gunman, find 2 bodies inside [RT]

Philippines’ top lawyer urges more killings of suspected criminals [Mail Online]

LPC Law seeks BPTC & LPC graduates to work as County Court Advocates [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I voted remain but I didn’t sign this letter. Whether we like it or not, the decision was reached democratically. That has to be respected.” [Legal Cheek comments]


Not Amused

I think Jack of Kent is mistaken in which side are the roundheads and which the cavaliers.

If you support the status quo. If you are in favour of an unaccountable and corrupt regime. If you are attempting to ignore or subvert the will of the people. Then I think you should wear your flowing locks with pride (and not imagine you are the people’s army – you aren’t).



Why don’t you join twitter and tell him that? Evidently, you’d have a HUGE Following.



You’ve imeepssrd us all with that posting!


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