Morning round-up: Thursday 25 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Michael Gove faces sack over his opposition to European Union [The Telegraph]

After Michael Gove claims David Cameron’s EU deal is not legally binding, he’ll be barred from seeing any more EU-related papers until after June’s referendum [Mail Online]

Joshua Rozenberg: Who’s right on the legal status of the EU deal, Cameron or Gove? [The Guardian]

Woman who wants to use dead daughter’s eggs to give birth to grandchild given go ahead for legal fight [The Mirror]

Amnesty International reveals the 10 worst attacks on human rights across the world last year [The Independent]

Tony Blackburn says he will take legal action against BBC after alleged sacking [The Guardian]

Sony’s biggest star Adele dedicates her Brit Award win to Kesha days after judge ruled singer must stay with the label despite her claims producer raped and drugged her [Mail Online]

Replacing Scalia: Uncertainty is the enemy of justice [Newsweek]

Incest and necrophilia ‘should be legal’ according to youth branch of Swedish Liberal People’s Party [The Independent]

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“You are far more likely to get to Oxbridge if you went to public school. You are far more likely to have gone to public school if you’re parents could afford to send you there.” [Legal Cheek Comments]