Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 10 November

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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David Cameron vows to seize control of Britain’s borders as he sets out his demands for EU reform [The Telegraph]

Saudi billionaire gains legal immunity in Britain with career as Caribbean diplomat [The Telegraph]

Man who fired two blanks at Prince Charles in a bizarre protest during a royal visit to Sydney 21 years ago is now a barrister [Mail Online]

Afua Hirsch: Workplace racism is on the rise — we need action, not lip service [The Guardian]

Tear down house or go to prison, high court tells farmer in planning dispute [The Guardian]

The Supreme Court Belhaj and Rahmatullah cases [Obiter J]

Have a dystopian Christmas! [Twitter]

Law Society publishes equal pay guidance for law firms [Politics Home]

Judge blocks NSA spying and sets an important precedent [Wired]

Applications now being accepted for Shearman & Sterling’s January open day [Legal Cheek Hub]

“How utterly ludicrous! Pathetic over reaction by sanctimonious moron…..reflects more badly on the firm than anything the guy said…” [Legal Cheek Comments]