Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 28 October

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

newspapers3House of Lords votes against Grayling’s plans to restrict judicial review access [The Guardian]

UK law student denies intending to commit terrorism act [BBC News]

“Tiger Sex” video leads to six months bail, a life in ruin and a challenge to extreme porn law [Huffington Post UK]

Crown Prosecution Service asked to review the “extreme pornography” law [Obscenity Lawyer]

It looks like family law solicitor Lauren Riley didn’t win The Apprentice [Twitter]

Facebook faces legal challenge over “Rooms” app [PC Pro]

Saudi Arabia jails three lawyers for tweets criticising judiciary [Mail Online]

Oscar Pistorius prosecutors confirm they will appeal athlete’s manslaughter verdict [Mail Online]

Judge orders Home Office border agency to explain sham company failures [The Telegraph]

Solicitor in court charged with £600k fraud [Manchester Evening News]

Another Clooney wedding party… and one very angry hotel guest: Disgruntled customer who had afternoon tea cancelled takes to TripAdvisor to complain [Mail Online]

Personal Injury Paralegal sought for leading Legal 500 firm in Hertfordshire [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“Chancery lane used to be the best place for whoring a century ago, hence the Grays reference … apparently. It’s just Starbucks and dull offices today sadly.” [Legal Cheek Comments]