Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 18 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Celebrity threesome injunction, Court of Appeal to rule on naming couple [Huffington Post]

Millions of Americans are STILL reading salacious detail about a celebrity threesome — while Britons are left in the dark thanks to a High Court ruling. Here is what you can read [Mail Online]

“I wanna **** all night”: What 3-way sex gag celeb told lover in affair No2 [The Sun]

UK legal aid residence test to be challenged in Supreme Court [The Guardian]

Junior doctors contract: Jeremy Hunt’s legal power to impose new contract questioned [The Independent]

Chris Grayling thinks Obama doesn’t know how the EU works [BuzzFeed]

Baroness Hypocrite: How the Blairite law chief with an illegal immigrant cleaner has cosy links to two vile despots that raise grave questions about her suitability to be new boss of the Commonwealth [Mail Online]

The US just transferred nine Guantanamo detainees to Saudi Arabia [Vice News]

Lunches with Sir Edward Garnier QC [Legal Hackette’s Brief]

Former girlfriend of US Supreme Court judge claims she had threesomes with him and some of his female colleagues [Mail Online]

Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster conducts first legal wedding in New Zealand [The Independent]

Shearman & Sterling is seeking student campus ambassadors [Legal Cheek Hub]

“She could have been multicoloured or pink with yellow spots — and she would’ve been disbarred.” [Legal Cheek Comments]