Morning round-up: Friday 20 February

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

newspapers4Law student who wanted a husband who ‘must be determined to do Jihad’ facing jail for collecting issues of Al Qaeda magazine [Mail Online]

Arsenal and Chelsea lawyer upsets neighbours with basement granny flat plans [Ham & High]

Google says it acknowledges some people want “right to be forgotten” [The Guardian]

Change the law to give breastfeeding mothers paid breaks, parliamentary report says [The Telegraph]

Cuts to legal aid will leave domestic violence victims facing traumatic court ordeals [Cosmopolitan]

February is a busy time of year for law students [Twitter]

Report: look after ‘Generation Y’, or they’ll move on [Law Society Gazette]

Catholic pressure group launches legal action against website promoting extra-marital sex [The Independent]

Jailed: Solicitor son who took care home savings from mum’s bank account [Swindon Advertiser]

The top 10 case law picture puzzles [JustCite Blog]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Financial Services Paralegal required for Global Institution based in Switzerland [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“‘Simples’? Is the Bar Council staffed by eastern european meerkats these days?” [Legal Cheek Comments]