Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 25 July

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

newspapers3Google hauled in by Europe over ‘right to be forgotten’ reaction [The Guardian]

London Underground is hotter than maximum legal temperature for transporting cattle [The Independent]

The death penalty in California: cruel and unusual [The Economist]

Judge argues for return of firing squad executions [Mail Online]

Scottish prisoners’ appeal regarding ban on voting in independent referendum rejected by Supreme Court [Twitter]

Squatters move into Magistrates’ Court [Ham & High]

Irish barrister involved in urgent Luis Suarez appeal [Irish Independent]

Sunderland teen charged over offensive MH17 tweet [The Northern Echo]

The legal definition of terrorism threatens to criminalise us all [The Independent]

#HipsterLaw could be a thing [Twitter]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Any prizes for naming the Crown Court judge who was clerk of the court, or the silk who prosecutes?” [Legal Cheek Comments]