Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 14 July

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

newspapers3Tribunal to hear legal challenge to GCHQ surveillance claims [BBC News]

Child abuse victims to sue government [The Independent]

Luis Suarez’s lawyer accuses FIFA of “draconian, totalitarian and fascist” ban of Uruguay striker for World Cup bite [Mail Online]

Scottish independence: Law Society calls for answers in referendum campaign [BBC News]

Magic circle sees UK market share shrink as global consolidation takes hold [The Lawyer]

Legal marijuana: how the American system works [The Week]

Assisted dying: Ex-Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey backs bill [BBC News]

Is the Met hiding sex claim files? First indication Dickens dossier on Westminster paedophile ring may have been found [Mail Online]

Assisted dying: change the law so that the terminally ill die with dignity [The Observer]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Has the ‘lovely view of your backside’ trainee been tracked down yet? Someone must know who she is!” [Legal Cheek Comments]