Morning round-up: Wednesday 25 March

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers4That’s not cushty! Politician drops lawsuit against rival who called him “Del Boy” but is still facing a £50,000 bill [Mail Online]

Assange lawyers demand Swedish prosecution files or no London interview [The Register]

Facebook data privacy case to be heard before European Union court [The Guardian]

Boris Johnson: Sharia law is completely unacceptable in the UK [The Mirror]

Top lawyers discussed the future of advocacy at Legal Cheek Careers event at Gray’s Inn last night [Instagram]

Full house for #LegalCheekLive event at Gray's Inn

A video posted by Legal Cheek (@legalcheek) on

“If I can do this, you can” Ed Miliband’s barrister wife Justine Thornton tells pupils [Harrow Times]

Tesco faces further legal action from UK shareholders [BBC News]

Human rights rebuke over legal aid reforms [Law Society Gazette]

Ooh, Betty [Inappropriate Gavels]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Private client paralegal at well established firm in South West London [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“Our judges are so out of touch with the real world. How can they understand the people they are judging if they don’t watch daytime TV?” [Legal Cheek Comments]