Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 30 January

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

newspapers4Labour would halt plans to slash on-call legal aid solicitors [The Guardian]

Three parent baby law is “irresponsible” says Church of England ahead of vote [The Telegraph]

Lawyers’ second bid to make Prince Andrew testify under oath has failed [Evening Standard]

European human rights judges rule extradition of paranoid schizophrenic Briton accused of setting up a jihadist training camp in the US under orders from Abu Hamza was legal [Mail Online]

Ministry of Justice investigating after computer disk containing information on Mark Duggan inquest and two other inquiries goes missing [The Guardian]

Punishment for all gang members if one carries out a violent crime [London Evening Standard]

Inquest opened into death of Durham University student Euan Coulthard [Northern Echo]

Bob Odenkirk: Better Call Saul will deliver [film-news.co.uk]

Researcher/project coordinator for human rights information project [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Law GIF [Facebook]

“How about … don’t make deals with yourself specifying that when X amount of work is done you’ll give yourself a reward. Only to then minutes later negotiate an additional term of the deal that involves doing the reward first.” [Legal Cheek Comments]