Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 20 January

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

newspapers4Tory Bill of Rights would allow courts to ignore European Court of Human Rights judgments [The Telegraph]

Anti-terrorism law proposals and the impact on human rights [UK Human Rights Blog]

Pannick QC responds to the Tory human rights plans [Twitter]

Andrew hires William Clegg QC to fight under-age sex claims: Prince employs “grandfather of the bar” to help fight allegations as he prepares to make first public appearance [Mail Online]

Top law firm employee’s video diatribe against “apologetic” Muslims in wake of Charlie Hebdo attack [The Telegraph]

The CPS wants to stack the deck against the defence [The Telegraph]

Judicial diversity: First female senior presiding judge appointed [Legal Business]

Dramatic increases in court fees causing deep concern, say senior judges [The Guardian]

Talented lawyer found hanged in Frodsham left note saying she was sorry [The Chester Chronicle]

It’s over for The Sun’s Page Three [BBC News]

Insurance Paralegal sought for prestigious national law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Commercial awareness is that feeling you get in the pit of your stomach when you go into your spare room and see all the London 2012 merchandise you thought was going to be a big seller on e-bay.” [Legal Cheek Comments]