Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 19 November

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

newspapers3British-Iranian SOAS law grad jailed in Iran left without legal representation [The Guardian]

Sex on a parked motorbike and 11 other bizarre and bonkers sex laws [The Mirror]

Is Blair Jnr about to wed his divorce lawyer girlfriend? [Mail Online]

Editing Google’s search results would damage free speech, judge rules [The Guardian]

Barrister tells court he is in the “unusual” position of trying to persuade the judge to jail his client [Sheffield Telegraph]

Topshop asks Court of Appeal to let it sell T-shirts with pictures of pop star Rihanna on the front [Mail Online]

Thousands who received fake legal letters from Wonga still waiting for compensation after lender admits it hasn’t contacted them [This is Money]

Mobberley land dispute judge “baffled” by £500,000 case [The Telegraph]

Alice Lee, lawyer, church leader, and sister of Harper, dies aged 103 [The Guardian]

“Self-lawyering” is the future, consumer watchdog forecasts [Law Society Gazette]

Paralegal at international law firm Pinsent Masons [Legal Cheek jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“All things aren’t equal, but the suggestion that 30%+ of the ‘best’ candidates come from 9% of the entrants seems odd.” [Legal Cheek Comments]