Morning round-up: Friday 11 April

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By Legal Cheek on

The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts.

NewspapersSanctions proposals threaten London’s role as global legal hub [Financial Times]

Nigel Evans verdict casts doubt over CPS decisions in sexual assault cases [The Guardian]

Daily Mail has another go at Fulford LJ [Mail Online]

Student outrage as Anglia Ruskin cancels Chelmsford LPC [Lawyer2B]

Appearances can be deceptive [Twitter]

Pet rabbits need better legal protection [BBC News]

Oscar Pistorius’s claims about night of shooting “improbable” [The Week]

Police officers have said it would be “unlawful” to delete intimate photos of a young abuse victim from a paedophile’s laptop [BBC News]

CoA dismisses silk VAT appeal but criticises judge’s handling of the case [The Lawyer]

Hottie of the Week [Your Barrister Boyfriend]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Why didn’t you ask to take a selfie with him and possibly the rest of the people that were at the carriage at the time following Ellen DeGeneres’ example?” [Legal Cheek Comments]