Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 30 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Keir Starmer: Leaving the EU would be a retrograde step for national security [The Telegraph]

EU rules are “putting thousands of British jobs at risk” as Indian-owned Tata Steel prepares to sell its entire UK business because we can’t block cheap Chinese imports [Mail Online]

Jean Charles de Menezes ruling due in European court of human rights [The Guardian]

My boyfriend’s chemsex death will stay with me forever, says barrister [Evening Standard]

Longer jail sentences do deter crime, but only up to a point [The Economist]

A hospital boss was dragged into court for a telling off by a judge after swearing down the phone at one of their workers who was doing jury service [Liverpool Echo]

Falkland Islands seek clarity on new ruling expanding Argentina’s sea control [BBC News]

Man appears in court accused of trying to attack Crystal Palace eagle mascot [Evening Standard]

Third of British workers may benefit from new legal pay level [The Guardian]

Law students help local communities in India [Herbert Smith Freehills]

The deadline for Hogan Lovells’ training contract applications for non-law students and graduates is 31 March [Legal Cheek Hub]

“She is not the only law graduate who has been suckered. No need to sue the law school though.” [Legal Cheek Comments]