Morning round-up: Wednesday 11 May

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Andy Burnham proposes major reforms of justice system in wake of Hillsborough verdicts [Liverpool Echo]

‘Gay cake’ case: Northern Ireland Attorney General says judgement against Ashers was wrong [BBC News]

Why law banning legal highs will fail [The Guardian]

Thousands on the run after skipping court bail [BBC News]

Belle de Jour author cautions MPs over rethink of prostitution laws [The Guardian]

Police helicopter team in court accused of filming people having sex [The Telegraph]

13 ways you might be accidentally breaking the law, according to lawyers [The Independent]

Judge refuses attempt to force alleged hacker Lauri Love to hand over passwords [The Telegraph]

British liberty: The legal case against the EU [Breitbart]

Sponsored: Barrister rubber ducks, legal advice dice, comedy law mugs and much, much more [Carbolic Smoke Ball Company]

Applications have opened for training contracts at Herbert Smith Freehills [Legal Cheek Hub]

“What utter garbage. Matthew Scott hit the nail on the head. I don’t see warnings being given before medical school lectures on oncology or gynaecological conditions or other “distressing” topics…” [Legal Cheek Comments]