Morning round-up: Wednesday 9 March

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Revealed: Queen backs Brexit as alleged EU bust-up with ex-Deputy PM emerges [The Sun]

Prisoners will be allowed to smoke in their cells after senior judges rule ban on lighting up in public places did not apply to state-run jails [Mail Online]

Law to tackle online crime and cyber crime introduced [BBC News]

Newlywed who claimed she had sex with solicitor husband after fatally stabbing him found GUILTY of murder [The Mirror]

David Cameron has been urged to overturn a decision not to give the family of a boy who died during Surrey floods legal aid [BBC News]

Awkward [Twitter]

EU-Turkey deal on refugees “would contravene international law” [The Telegraph]

Adam Johnson’s sister launches campaign to support footballer’s appeal [The Guardian]

Revealed: The laws you can break and apparently get away with it [The Mirror]

Legal battle over Thatcher aide’s £8m Ming porcelain hoard tears his family apart [Evening Standard]

The deadline for applications to become a campus ambassador at Hogan Lovells closes on Friday [Legal Cheek Hub]

“I don’t understand why they don’t just have it so you do the SQE if you have a degree – as this seems to be the issue.” [Legal Cheek Comments]