Morning Round-Up: Monday 12 August

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Tennessee judge orders parents to change their son’s name from Messiah to Martin, because “only Jesus Christ earned that title” [Mail Online]

Chris Grayling and Michael Turner clash over £2bn axe plans [The Mirror]

Interview with the 18 year old who passed the BPTC [The Guardian]

Unlikely tweet of the weekend [John Cooper QC on Twitter]

Doesn’t Laura Perrins get the fact that not all husbands are like hers: a barrister earning in excess of £150,000 a year? [The Mirror]

Law firm gives new meaning to ambulance chasing [Above the Law]

Doubts over MoJ’s savings target [Law Society Gazette]

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