Morning round-up: Monday 13 April

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By Legal Cheek on

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

newspapers4Revenge porn laws come into force — sharing sexually explicit images without consent could mean two years in jail [ITV News]

Keir Starmer calls for review of the Coalition’s much-criticised justice reforms as a “year one” priority for the next government [The Independent]

Italian pizza chefs threaten legal action over McDonald’s advert claiming children prefer hamburgers [The Telegraph]

Gender abortion case shows CPS run by “secular extremists” — Ukip MP [The Telegraph]

Supreme Court to rule on illegal pollution levels [The Independent]

Better Call Saul season 2 returns in 2016: Jimmy is one step closer to Saul Goodman; What to expect next in the series [International Business Times]

Judge apologises to teenager prosecuted for having sex with 15-year-old girl when he was 17 [The Mirror]

Liberal Democrats propose new digital rights bill [The Guardian]

Barrister may be UK’s biggest fare dodger [Sky News]

“The top firms are still overwhelmingly WASP-ish (or whatever the appropriate term is now), Oxbridge/London educated though. Female intake is much better than it used to be though.” [Legal Cheek Comments]