Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 2 December

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Criminal barristers warn of ‘days of action’ — starting on 6 January [Law Society Gazette]

Law firm clerk stab death case of mistaken identity say police [BBC News]

Mother’s baby girl was put up for adoption after secret court judge forced her to have a caesarean [The Telegraph]

“Forced caesarean” story questioned [Twitter]

Sir Paul Coleridge, the High Court judge who set up the Marriage Foundation, stepped down from the bench because of opposition to his stance on marriage [The Telegraph]

Lawyer’s fury at “idiotic cover-up” of court papers that could clear the fixer at the centre of Profumo scandal [Mail Online]

Jimmy Savile: Lawyer receives ‘half a dozen queries a week’ relating to claims against DJ and his associates [The Mirror]

Fraud probe solicitor Peter Maine “may have stabbed himself” [BBC News]

Skint student sells naked photos of herself online to buy a new scooter [The Mirror]