Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 13 August

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

newspapers3Lord Neuberger, Britain’s most senior judge, admits he doesn’t read all papers in a case [The Telegraph]

Russell Brand and Jemima Khan win injunction against Hungarian masseuse over “harassment” [Evening Standard]

No European Court damages for prisoners denied vote [BBC News]

Ben Jennings on prisoners’ right to vote — cartoon [The Guardian]

Barrister and police officer in Twitter spat [Twitter]

Scottish solicitors to get ID cards [Law Society Gazette]

Manchester chief constable Sir Peter Fahy faces criminal investigation by watchdog [The Telegraph]

Russell Group unis still to fill LLB places for autumn [Lawyer2B]

Lawyers, let us play [Lawyer Watch]

Fifty Shades of Grey Fringe parody in legal row [Edinburgh Evening News]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“It’s not an example of our justice system in action. It’s not even trying to be an example of our justice system in action.” [Legal Cheek Comments]