Morning round-up: Tuesday 14 April

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By Thomas Connelly on

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

newspapers4Are the Tories going to attempt to repeal the Human Rights Act again? [Twitter]

Labour politicians don’t want to talk about their vague legal aid manifesto pledge on Twitter [Legal Cheek]

It’s ‘Be Kind to Lawyers Day’ [Days of the Year]

Tony Angel: “The legal profession is about to go through a quite phenomenal change” [The Lawyer]

Access to justice a greater concern than free healthcare — poll [The Guardian]

The law of lawyering [Twitter]

Man accuses ex-girlfriend of “sleeping with the entire Wu Tang Clan” on Divorce Court [Evening Standard]

A man allegedly desecrated a grave to annoy his ex-wife’s lawyer [Vice]

Amal ditched her lady-like style for something edgier [Popsugar]

Law GIF [Facebook]

There is a recruitment evening today at Addleshaw Goddard in Manchester to hire newly qualified solicitors [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“The £4m scholarships given by Inns are swallowed up by BPTC fees. So effectively, the Inns are giving £4m per year to private equity funds. That money could be used to run advocacy classes directly by the Inns.” [Legal Cheek Comments]