Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 7 October

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

newspapers3Get a good husband, advises Nick Clegg’s City lawyer wife Miriam Gonzalez [BBC News]

Churchill “would leave Tories” over pledge to scrap human rights act [The Guardian]

Shrien Dewani: millionaire lifestyle detailed as murder trial begins [The Guardian]

Posting revenge porn online could lead to 14 years behind bars under new crackdown [Mail Online]

Human rights barrister calls on men to speak out against FGM [Evening Standard]

Pictured: The image Iran is using to hold SOAS law grad in country for trying to watch volleyball match as it emerges she has gone on hunger strike [Mail Online]

Calls for law to be changed after Broadmoor killer Barry Williams is released without supervision [The Telegraph]

Simon Hughes promises action on litigants in person [Law Society Gazette]

Facebook sues fake “like” scammers for £1.3bn [BBC News]

“I sometimes wonder whether qualifying as an attorney in the US might enhance my CV… but then I watch a video like this and I am once again reminded that it would do the exact opposite.” [Legal Cheek Comments]