Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 5 September

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

newspapers3Joshua Rozenberg: Ashya King case shows how parents can be let down by the law [The Guardian]

EU judges rule on what is allowed to be considered as political parody [The Telegraph]

Carlisle robber spits at judge after receiving 7 year prison term [News & Star]

Ohio appeals court judges want to carry guns [The Columbus Dispatch]

Former TOWIE star Mark Wright sends legal letter to CBB after Lauren Goodger talks about their relationship [Evening Standard]

Religion and human rights: Awkward, but necessary, bedfellows [The Economist]

Co-op Legal’s losses soar by 70% [Law Society Gazette]

Immigration law has some rock ‘n’ roll roots [Mail Online]

Law graduate required for leading Bristol based law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Sad times when the legal profession does not recognise the musical talents of Rick Astley. I met him once at the Norfolk Bravery Awards.” [Legal Cheek Comments]