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Morning Round-Up: Tuesday 16 April

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MP plotting changes to libel laws earns thousands as a libel lawyer [The Independent]

Guantánamo hunger-strike inmates forced to drink dirty water, court hears [The Guardian]

Late workers in Lincoln’s Inn (or someone forgot to turn the lights off) [PJ Kirby QC On Twitter]

Top Turkish pianist and composer convicted of denigrating religion after making jokes about Islam and call to prayer on Twitter [Mail Online]

Chuka Umunna praises City lawyers [Labour.org.uk]

Lawyer Toadie’s wedding goes up in flames [The Sun]

Free event: Lapdancers, Methodist preachers, part time judges and other persons of dubious employment status [Hardwicke]