Morning round-up: Monday 22 February

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Boris Johnson: There is only one way to get the change we want — vote to leave the EU [The Guardian]

Being neutral about Brexit [Jack of Kent]

Families to challenge minimum income visa rules in Supreme Court [The Guardian]

UK’s biggest law firms downsize as London rents increase [The Telegraph]

Crazed stalker, 65, bombarded top lawyer with hate mail and 300 phone calls because she didn’t like him dating her daughter [Mail Online]

Does the international criminal court help to end conflict or exacerbate it? [The Guardian]

Harper Lee: US author of To Kill a Mockingbird dies aged 89 [BBC News]

Career paths blocked as partners retire later [Law Society Gazette]

Legal aid is a lifeline for victims of domestic violence [Justice Gap]

“I’m bringin’ Willy Bach
Tory motha f*****s don’t know how to act
Let him make up for all the legal aid we lack
Because we’re burning up, I got to get it fast” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Commercial Awareness Question Time — with Hardwicke and RPC: Apply to attend [Legal Cheek Hub]