Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Thursday 12 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Privy council: Jeremy Corbyn did not kneel for the Queen [The Guardian]

Winning back powers from the EU isn’t “Mission Impossible”, David Cameron says [BuzzFeed]

Fire breaks out above historic legal London pub beloved of lawyers [Huffington Post]

Facebook successfully sued for tracking people around the web in Belgium, lawyer claims cases could spread [The Independent]

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard unlikely to give evidence at Eva Carneiro hearing, says top London barrister [Evening Standard]

Indian lawyer disbarred from Inner Temple a century ago is reinstated [The Guardian]

“Difficulty” [Twitter]

Lawyer turns tables on absurd argument that a woman’s underwear is to blame for whether she gets raped [The Independent]

Limiting EU human rights law [Full Fact]

Theresa May’s proposed spying law is “worse than scary” United Nations says [Independent]

Scottish FA to face Mike Ashley in court [BBC Sport]

Spain goes to court to block Catalonia secession bid [Reuters]

Full-time law reporters required at the The Incorporated Council of Law Reporting [Legal Cheek Hub]

“…If you don’t have it, for whatever reason, you can’t do it. That’s not discrimination. That’s life.” [Legal Cheek Comments]