Morning round-up: Friday 3 October

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers3Tory proposals for “Bill of Rights” — leaked by David Allen Green [Jack of Kent]

Conservatives pledge powers to ignore European court of human rights rulings [The Guardian]

Lawyers salute former Attorney-General [Twitter]

High Court deals LASPO blow to Grayling [The Law Society Gazette]

Why can’t lawyers ever answer a question with a straight, short answer? [Evening Standard]

Celebrity victims of naked photo hack join together to sue Google $100M ‘for capitalizing on scandal rather than fixing it’ [Mail Online]

Ricci Guarnaccio moves on from Lauren Goodger with Newcastle University law student [OK!]

Ex-Slaughter and May partner reveals that she has a tattoo [The Telegraph]

Prince William launches legal action against paparazzi to stop son George being hounded during walks with nanny [London Evening Standard]

Chris Grayling roof sit-in man heckles Tories at conference [getSurrey]

Wonga to pay out £10 million after fake law firm scandal — 4 times more than expected [The Mirror]

New US TV show ‘Bad Judge’: She has sex in her chambers, shows up to work hungover and generally behaves like a college student [Variety]

Pre litigation personal injury paralegal for Manchester based firm [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“What is it with these people and St. John Ambulance?” [Legal Cheek Comments]