Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 24 December

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M&S, Muslim employees and the tricky issue of reasonable accommodation [UK Human Rights Blog]

M&S says sorry over alcohol refusal [Sky News]

Two bogus immigration advisory specialists from the “East London Legal Centre” are jailed [Brentwood Gazette]

Royal pardon for codebreaker Alan Turing: it overturns his 1952 conviction for homosexuality for which he was punished by being chemically castrated [BBC News]

Further reading: Putting right the wrong done to Alan Turing [New Statesman]

The listening barrister [BabyBarista]

Britain is accused of breaching almost 50 EU rules over items ranging from tractors to toys, and even garlic [Mail Online]

Employment tribunal claims fell by more than half after introduction of fees [The Guardian]

Uganda anti-gay law: Safety fear for Briton Bernard Randall [BBC News]

Chris Grayling plays Scrooge [The Spectator]