Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 13 May

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

newspapers4David Allen Green: Why repealing the Human Rights Act is not going to be easy [Financial Times]

Scotland “will not consent” to Tory plans to scrap Human Rights Act [The Guardian]

Former City solicitor Dominic Raab joins MoJ [Law Society Gazette]

New laws to target radicalisation [BBC News]

Durham law student Euan Coulthard river death “accidental” coroner rules [BBC News]

The British Bill of Rights [Twitter]

Five Paper barrister and Conservative candidate Joe Rich set to legal action over “shambles” at election count [Stoke Sentinel]

Prince Charles’s ‘black spider’ letters set for publication after 10 year legal battle [The Independent]

Legal aid lawyers fear further cuts under the Conservative government [The Guardian]

Ex Allen & Overy solicitor Chelsy Davy is 33/1 to marry Prince Harry [Mail Online]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Commercial Property paralegal at niche Legal 500 firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

Commenters rebut unsubstantiated claim that Gateway chambers “use a well known employment agency” to sift applications [Legal Cheek Comments]