Morning Round-Up: Friday 12 April

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Criminal barrister responds to Grayling’s idea that barristers’ legal aid fees should not exceed the Prime Minister’s income [Criminal Bar Association Blog]

Top barrister clears up “misunderstanding” with mum [South China Morning Post]

Osborne Clarke ups law school rivalry with BPP switch [Law Society Gazette]

Broken commuter Britain [Twitter]

“I can’t sentence you, I may overreact”: Fury of district judge Nigel Cadbury at thief who stole heating oil from village hall [Mail Online]

Bahrain: Male sex workers sentenced to jail by judge who claims “homosexuality ruins nations” [Pink News]

Gender pay gap remains as female salaries lag male counterparts [Legal Week]