Morning round-up: Thursday 10 October

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The hashtag for this evening’s ‘If I knew then what I know now — at the Google Campus’ event is #IfIKnew [Twitter]

Mr Loophole launches campaign to save courtroom bible oath [Manchester Evening News]

Crowdsourcing a new UK constitution [Head of Legal]

Lord Leveson battles to stay out of debate on press regulation [The Independent]

Uni shag website offers £500, mobile, booze and condoms prize to find “Britain’s horniest student” [Mail Online]

Legal row over Libyan al-Libi held on “Guantánamo at sea” warship [The Telegraph]

Chief prosecutor was my former solicitor, Gerry Adams confirms [Belfast Telegraph]

Law Society calls on members to engage with Government over legal aid [The Lawyer]