Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 28 January

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

newspapers4Extreme internet pornography is driving people to inflict sexual violence and murder, warns Lord Chief Justice [Mail Online]

Legal services market failing to cut costs, says Lord Chief Justice [Law Society Gazette]

Anti-Semitism exposes legal gaps in Europe [BBC News]

What in sanity’s name is Chris Grayling doing in the job of Justice Secretary? [The Independent]

How a law degree could launch your career in politics [The Guardian]

The Ministry of Justice and the Saudis: ten more unanswered questions [Jack of Kent]

Alexander Litvinenko inquiry: Former spy’s death was “act of nuclear terrorism”, barrister tells hearing [The Independent]

High court blocks second phone-hacking claims brought by John Leslie and Jeff Brazier [The Guardian]

Stone Roses’ Ian Brown gives evidence at trial of TV weatherman Fred Talbot [Manchester Evening News]

Court gives the green light for first stage in privacy lawsuit against Facebook by 25,000 people around the world who say their data was used illegally [Mail Online]

How and when you can watch Better Call Saul in the UK [GQ]

Conveyancing paralegal required for major Leeds law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Heard in court [Facebook]

“All firms, indeed the whole country, needs a modern approach to child care — because that is the elephant in the room, not the hard work and dedication of women solicitors.” [Legal Cheek Comments]