Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 16 May

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Cameron advised to go slow with new laws in Queen’s Speech [The Guardian]

Royal College of Midwives backs abolition of abortion law that could see women terminate unborn child at any point [The Telegraph]

Donald Trump says the UK wouldn’t be at the “back of the queue” outside the EU [BuzzFeed]

New anti-extremism laws planned in bid to revitalise Cameron’s premiership [The Observer]

Most people have no idea how many countries are in the EU, survey says [The Independent]

AirBnB host taken to court by neighbours after riot police were called to their south London penthouse [Mail Online]

Police have had to be reminded they can’t charge dead people [Metro]

Injustice that can never end: Accused of gang rape, publicly shamed, then exonerated after police abuses and two years of hell. Students reveal what really happened and how it will taint them forever [Mail Online]

Expert tabbing [Facebook]

Applications open for mini-pupillage at 2TG [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Proudman has outgrown her usefulness. Sadly she has been found out as lacking the variety of Katie Hopkins. The travesty!” [Legal Cheek Comments]