Morning round-up: Thursday 18 December

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers3Al-Sweady lawyers “should now face disciplinary action” [The Telegraph]

Yesterday in parliament: Fallon spat out Shiner the lawyer’s name with loathing [Mail Online]

Birmingham law firm made £900k from false Iraq murder and torture claims [Birmingham Mail]

Nottingham barrister Alastair Munt killed in collision [Nottingham Post]

Man banned from having sex with wife by High Court judge [The Telegraph]

Joshua Rozenberg: Why Chris Grayling must be gnashing his teeth over the human rights court [The Guardian]

Catholic midwives must supervise abortions, Supreme Court decides [The Telegraph]

EU court takes Hamas off terrorist organisations list [BBC News]

Tories to sue Ukip barrister Mark Reckless [Guido Fawkes blog]

Exonerated, 70 years too late: Judge clears 14-year old boy executed for killing two white girls in 1944 [Mail Online]

Conveyancing paralegal at progressive Wiltshire based law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“My peers who worked harder than me at school went to Oxbridge, and excelled thereafter. Good luck to them — why begrudge them?” [Legal Cheek Comments]