Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 5 November

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

newspapers3David Allen Green: Are inquiries a bad thing? [Financial Times]

Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan has said he will co-operate with any investigation over claims he used his mobile phone while driving [BBC News]

Khan Crash: Sadiq’s rush hour horror [Guido Fawkes]

Shrien Dewani “could be cleared” of bride Anni’s murder within days [The Mirror]

A call for “root and branch change” to the legal aid system has been made by the Law Society of Scotland [BBC News]

Joshua Rozenberg: Former Ombudsman vs colourful former judge in battle for press regulation [The Guardian]

Labour backs legal apprenticeship scheme [Law Society Gazette]

Former Phones 4U directors face legal probe [Sky News]

Lawyer accused of extorting sex from clients, amateur porn, polygamy [Above the Law]

Judge cites Pink Floyd song, Money, in solicitor’s office fraud case about ‘greed’ [ABC News]

Personal injury paralegal at leading Legal 500 firm in Hertfordshire [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“To immediately point and shout ‘sexism’ like some tagline greatly demeans those areas where sexism IS obvious.” [Legal Cheek Comments]