Morning round-up: Tuesday 24 November

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Jeremy Corbyn demands human rights adviser in every embassy across the world [The Independent]

How to deal with terrorism [The Guardian via David Allen Green]

“1 in 5 Muslims have sympathy with ISIS” claim draws record complaints as story is mocked online [The Mirror]

Why international law matters in a post-ISIS era [Huffington Post]

Ban arms sales to countries with poor human rights records, say Lib Dems [The Guardian]

EU referendum: Majority of British public now wants a ‘Brexit’, poll reveals [The Independent]

Law centres “bouncing back” from funding cuts [Law Society Gazette]

The fake penis case: A moral travesty [Spiked]

Sorry Bieber, using your hoverboard is illegal on Australian roads [Mashable]

Applications now being accepted for Macfarlanes’ spring and summer vacation schemes [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The deleted tweet — in which she called me ‘love’ (an irony given her previous complaints about forms of address) — passed me by because up ‘ere in God’s own county that’s how we all refer to each other.” [Legal Cheek Comments]