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Morning round-up: Friday 4 October

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Chris Grayling has the look of a victorious poker player who would walk away with your car keys, house deeds and pet chihuahua without so much as a consoling hand gesture [Law Society Gazette]

Dr Brooke Magnanti: Can we afford a legal war on revenge porn? [The Telegraph]

Greenpeace Brits charged with piracy by Russia [Sky News]

Who writes these BPTC problem questions? [@BenHaseldine on Twitter]

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South London Legal Partnership confirms trainee scheme days after official merger [The Lawyer]

Spain judge: driving schools can charge women learners more because it was proven that “men were better drivers” [The Telegraph]

Tough justice, tough love: US Burglary plot criminal told he’s not allowed romantic relationships as part of probation deal [The Independent]