Morning round-up: Tuesday 13 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


How Witchfinder General leant on DPP: Letter sent by Watson said it was ‘shocking’ that Brittan had not been quizzed [Mail Online]

Erol Incedal trial: Lord Chief Justice says security services cannot be above the law [The Guardian]

Luvvies and lawyers should shut up about the Syrian refugee crisis [The Telegraph]

Hidden agreements on justice and policing: UK’s appeasement of Saudi Arabia [Financial Times]

Sir Brian Leveson warns cameras must be kept out of courts [International Business Times]

Being rich helps overcome our cumbersome court system [Chronicle Live]

Cecil the lion: No charges for Walter Palmer, says Zimbabwe [BBC News]

Julian Assange: police removed from outside Ecuadorian embassy [The Guardian]

Criminal lawyer struck off after failing to report drink-driving conviction [Legal Futures]

Last few places: Why the legal profession needs people who see the world differently — Legal Cheek live, with Lord Neuberger [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Get a grip Southerners, this is the first year BPP have held a ceremony in Manchester for those who attend Manchester/Liverpool/Leeds centres. Every other year people travel to London for the ceremony, so pipe down with your complaining!” [Legal Cheek Comments]